Authors: Robin Kamal & Arnold-Peter C Weiss
Format: Paperback, 550 pages
Publisher: Thieme; 1st edition (2016)
The chapters in this Comprehensive Board Review in Orthopaedic Surgery are organised by subspecialty, with margin boxes highlighting high-yield components, and meticulously created figures specifically focused on helping readers understand and retain difficult concepts. This is alongside mnemonics and classification schemes.
Content includes: basic science; musculoskeletal oncology; trauma; paediatrics; spine, hip and knee reconstruction; upper extremity; sports medicine; hand and microvascular; foot and ankle; amputation; rehabilitation; biomechanics; and biostatistics.
The easy-to-read bulleted formatting enables the reader to organise, synthesise, and memorise the information with ease.
The anatomy is illustrated and described in each chapter, enabling clear understanding of normal and pathologic musculoskeletal system structures and functions.
Treatment of various conditions are detailed using structured algorithms that includes best diagnostic modalities, expected outcomes and most common complications.
This indispensable book will greatly benefit both orthopaedic residents preparing for examinations and qualified surgeons who need to stay updated in this ever-changing science.