Book review: Apley & Solomon’s system of orthopaedics and trauma

Book review: Apley & Solomon’s system of orthopaedics and trauma

Author: Ashley Blom; David Warwick; Michael Whitehouse;

Publisher: CRC press, 10th edition

Now in its tenth edition and in continuous publication since 1959, Apley & Solomon’s system of orthopaedics and trauma is one of the world’s leading textbooks of orthopaedic surgery. 

Relied upon by generations of orthopaedic trainees, the book remains true to the teaching principles of the late Alan Apley and his successor Professor Louis Solomon. This new edition is fully revised and updated under the leadership of new editors. It retains the familiar ‘Apley’ philosophy and structure.

The contents are divided into three major sections: General orthopaedics, Regional orthopaedics and Trauma, enabling readers to gain the knowledge they need for their lifetime learning.

The book is precise, systematic, well organised and comprehensive and it continues to be an essential orthopaedic reference resource.

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