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Applying For Your Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration (CESR)

Entry to the Specialist Register through a CESR (Certificate of Eligibility for the Specialist Register) via the GMC can be a long and complicated process for many doctors. This module,

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The Musculoskeletal System

Endorsed by St George’s University of London, the book forms a useful clinical anatomy reference and revision guide of the musculoskeletal system. Visualisation is an important method to learn anatomy,

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Recent Advances in Orthopaedics

This book is a guide to the most recent hot topics and advances in orthopaedics, compiled in a concise manner to help the busy practising orthopaedic surgeon stay up-to-date with

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Operative Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery

This is a major comprehensive reference on operative surgical techniques in trauma and orthopaedic surgery; written by international experts from around the world, with expertise and experience in the discipline.

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FRCS (Tr&Orth) MCQs and Clinical Cases

It contains 173 pages with contents derived from the well-known ‘Exam Corner’ section of the leading international publication The Bone & Joint Journal, conveniently published together in one place. All

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Joint and soft tissue injection Injecting with confidence

The author has provided a concise and comprehensive description and illustration for treatment of most common joint and soft tissue disorders by injections. The book is drawn from the author’s

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Orthopaedic emergencies

This book is published by Oxford University Press in 2012, and edited by a group of orthopaedic surgeons from North America. It is directed to any doctor or practioner who

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Quick Reference Dictionary for Orthopaedics

Published by SLACK incorporation and distributed in the Europe by Eurospan group. This is a pocket-size reference book in 390 pages, which contain all the pertinent information relevant to the

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Orthopaedic trauma: A systematic approach

This book is published by Quay Books, and intended to cover the basics of the management of common orthopaedic and musculoskeletal injuries for medical students, junior doctors and paramedical staff.

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Schein’s common sense prevention and management of surgical complications

Good surgeons operate well, but great surgeons know how to manage their own complications. This is why the authors have attempted the brave step of writing this book about surgical