Osteosynthesis of the Hand Instruments, Implants, and Techniques
This book is vastly different...in that it is primarily a visual presentation. With almost 775 images on 188 pages, that works out to an average of 4.12 images per page. So except for the Introduction, the other chapters consist mainly of images with captions. -- BIZ INDIA
This is an excellent compendium of osteosynthesis techniques for any hand surgeon. It would most benefit trainees and orthopedic surgeons less familiar with hand surgery techniques. -- Doody's Book Review (Score: 90)
Osteosynthesis of the Hand is the ideal reference tool for every hand surgeon interested in learning more about proven osteosynthesis techniques in hand surgery.
- A comprehensive and up-to-date overview of common tools and implants.
- A total of 775 illustrations showing detailed descriptions of techniques, clearly demonstrating each important step.
- The many illustrations, in combination with concise and pertinent text, result in detailed, yet easy-to-grasp descriptions of the relevant surgical procedures.
- A chapter on differential indications with unique tabular summaries of the most common fracture types and their current surgical management options. Both the fracture type and the management options are shown in clear graphic form, complemented by X-ray images of the individual fractures.