Spine Secrets 3rd edition PDF free download by Vincent Devlin

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805 Pages – 2021 – 106 MB – 68721 Downloads – English

Spine Secrets 3rd edition PDF

Spine Secrets 3rd edition PDF free download – Although spinal disorders are among the most common conditions requiring medical care, identification of the optimal pathways for evaluation and management remains a challenge. Rapid advances related to the field of spinal disorders have opened new avenues for evaluation and treatment of affected patients. A wide range of medical specialties, including but not limited to orthopaedic surgery, neurological surgery, anesthesiology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, pain medicine, radiology, internal medicine, family medicine, critical care medicine, pediatrics, neurology, emergency medicine, rheumatology, infectious disease, medical oncology, pathology, and psychiatry, are involved in the evaluation and treatment of patients with spinal problems on a daily basis. Knowledge of current concepts relating to spinal disorders is crucial in order to provide appropriate evaluation, referral, and treatment. The goal of Spine Secrets is to provide broad-based coverage of the diverse field of spinal disorders at an introductory level, using the proven and time-tested question-and-answer format of the Secrets Series. The book covers the common conditions encountered during evaluation and treatment of spinal patients. Topics are arranged to provide the reader with a sound knowledge base in the fundamentals of spinal anatomy, clinical assessment, spinal imaging, and nonoperative and operative management of commonly encountered spinal disorders. The full spectrum of disorders affecting the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine in pediatric and adult patients is covered, including degenerative spinal conditions, fractures, spinal deformities, tumors, infections, and systemic problems, such as osteoporosis and rheumatoid arthritis. This information will benefit the reader during patient rounds, as well as in the clinic and the operating room. The book is not intended to provide comprehensive coverage of specific topics, which is more appropriately the domain of major textbooks and specialty courses. However, it is hoped that readers will be stimulated to further their knowledge of spinal disorders through additional study, as directed by the internet resources and references listed at the end of each chapter. The intended audience for this book is wide ranging and includes any health care provider interested in furthering their knowledge and understanding of spinal disorders: medical students, residents, orthopaedic and neurosurgery spinal fellows, nurses, physician assistants physical therapists, and chiropractors, and practicing physicians. The book may also be of interest to biomedical engineers, medical researchers, hospital administrators, attorneys, worker compensation professionals, medical-device and regulatory professionals, as well as patients with spinal problems

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