Melvil Decimal System: 616.720
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Agriculture & Animal Husbandry
Handicraft and Occupations
Pathology; Diseases; Treatment
Gynecology and Pediatrics
Comparative Medicine; Veteraniary
Pathology; Diseases; Treatment
Diseases of circulatory system
Diseases of respiratory system
Diseases of the digestive system
Diseases of lymphatic system and ductless glands
Dermatology; Skin diseases
Uro- and Gynocological Systems
Diseases of organs of locomotion
Diseases of nervous system
Works under MDS 616.720
- There is a Cure for Arthritis by Paavo Airola
- Curing Arthritis: The Drug Free Way (Overcoming Common Problems Series) by Margaret Hills
- Manuell mobilisering av ekstremitetsledd : Manuell undersøkelse og ledd-mobilisering i grunnutdannelsen by Freddy M. Kaltenborn
- Combined Scintigraphic and Radiographic Diagnosis of Bone and Joint Diseases Including Gamma Correction Interpretation by Yong-hwi Pak
- Peripheral Manipulation by G.D. Maitland
- The Practical Guide to Range of Motion Assessment by John J. Gerhardt
- Fam's Musculoskeletal Examination and Joint Injection Techniques: Expert Consult - Online Print, 2e by George V. Lawry MD
- Healing Joint Pain Naturally: Safe and Effective Ways to Treat Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, and Other Joint Diseases by Ellen Hodgson Brown
- Musculoskeletal Examination and Joint Injections Techniques by Adel G. Fam
- New developments in antirheumatic therapy by K. D. Rainsford
- Treffen sich zwei knochen : fit und gelenkig bis ins hohe alter by Dr. Thomas Pfeifer
- Ankylosis : advances in research and treatment : ScholarlyPaper by Q. Ashton Acton
- MRI Atlas of the Joints: Normal Anatomy and Pathology by John D. Reeder
- Cram session in joint mobilization techniques : a handbook for students and clinicians by David C. Berry
- MRI-arthroscopy correlations : a case-based atlas of the knee, shoulder, elbow and hip by Stephen F. Brockmeier
- Soft Tissues of the Extremeties A Radiologic Study of Rheumatic Disease by W J Weston
- Therapeutic stretching : towards a functional approach by Eyal Lederman
- Harvard Medical School The Joint Pain Relief Workout: Healing exercises for your shoulders, hips, knees, and ankles (Harvard Medical School Special Health Reports) by Edward M. Phillips
- Treating Arthritis, Carpel Tunnel Syndrome and Joint Conditions by Alan Pressman
- Trends in research and treatment of joint diseases by K. Hirohata
- Treatment of the Rheumatic Diseases: Companion to Kelley's Textbook of Rheumatology by Michael H. Weisman MD
- Magic Herbs for Arthritis, Rheumatism, and Related Ailments by Richard Lucas
- Autoantibodies to Nuclear Antigens (Ana : Advances in Laboratory Tests and Significance in Systemic Rheumatic Diseases) by Robert M. Nakamura
- Soft tissues of the extremities : a radiologic study of rheumatic disease by Windsor John Weston
- Essential Therapies for Joint, Soft Tissue, and Disk Disorders by Robert L. Swezey
- The Science and Art of Joint Manipulation, Volume 2: The Spinal Column by James Mennell
- A Field Guide to Joint Disease in Archaeology by Juliet Rogers
- Prevenire e curare i dolori reumatici by Michael T. Murray
- Guide to Arthrocentesis and Soft Tissue Injection, 1e by Bruce Carl Anderson MD
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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