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Atlas of Amputations and Limb Deficiencies…

Atlas of Amputations and Limb Deficiencies

by Douglas G. Smith MD

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0892033134, Hardcover)

The Atlas of Amputations, Third Edition, remains the definitive and comprehensive reference on the surgical and prosthetic management of acquired and congenital limb loss. This expanded and updated edition is written by recognized experts in the fields of amputation surgery, rehabilitation and prosthetics, covering all aspects from from history, to specific anatomic regions, to unique management concerns. It is well organized by anatomic structure with a special section on the pediatric population, which presents unique challenges. The most impressive aspect of this book is the extensive presentation of the various facets of this topic. The ease of navigating through the text and the up-to-date concepts make it a perfect reference text. For the generalist or occasional practitioner, this text would be a worthy reference in the medical library.

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