Spine Core Knowledge in Orthopaedics pdf
Spine Core Knowledge in Orthopaedics pdf book is designed to function as a pocket aid or reference for medical and graduate students, residents, and those in the beginning of their fellowship training interested in spinal medicine.A general but complete overview of topics commonly encountered in clinical spinal medicine is presented, intended to focus and supplement daily readings and round discussions.
Students will find this text useful initially in building a foundation of the core principles of spinal care. Spine fellows and even attending physicians will find Spine Core Knowledge in Orthopaedics pdf book useful as a quick, on-the-spot review of contemporary treatment principles of commonly encountered spinal disorders.
The design of this Spine Core Knowledge in Orthopaedics pdf text allows students to quickly scan a topic of interest to acquire useful information while on rounds or before entering the operating arena. The book is written in an informal bulleted format with a plethora of outlines, pictures, charts, and graphs.The student or fellow on rounds can refer to any pertinent topic being discussed that day and assimilate the most important facts regarding a particular topic while actively participating in clinical rounds.
The Spine Core Knowledge in Orthopaedics pdf book begins with a basic overview of spinal anatomy, surgical approaches, and physical examination of the spine. As you progress through the book, the topics become more focused on specific but common spinal disorders, such as primary and metastatic tumors of the spine, spinal trauma, and spondylolisthesis.
For the seasoned spinal care physician, the book is a wonderful review of specific pathologies that can be read in a short period and can be used for teaching students, residents, ancillary personnel, and spine fellows.
This Spine Core Knowledge in Orthopaedics pdf book is a must for any physician or physician in training who wishes to review on a yearly basis the basics and, if necessary, the details of a particular spinal pathology to maintain a well-rounded understanding of the principles of spinal care.