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Shoulder reconstruction by Charles S. Neer

Shoulder reconstruction

by Charles S. Neer

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Here's the definitive description of shoulder reconstruction by the surgeon who pioneered most of the techniques. Discusses such common clinical problems as cuff tears, bicep lesions, and impingement. Provides background and technique for glenohumeral arthroplasty, including pathology and special technical problems. Develops the modern classification and approach to treatment of proximal humeral fractures. Illustrated throughout with original artwork by renowned medical artist, Robert J. Demarest.

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