Publication Year: 2013
Authors/Editor: Joseph P Iannotti MD, PhD , Gerald R Williams Jr., MD , Anthony Miniaci , Joseph D Zuckerman MD
As shoulder surgery and its methods rapidly advance, the 3-volume set Disorders of the Shoulder: Diagnosis and Management lends invaluable insight into shoulder trauma, sports-related shoulder conditions, and shoulder reconstruction.
Written and edited by world-class experts, each highly readable text features chapters devoted to pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment. The extensive recommendations for treatment are grounded in years of peer-reviewed evidence and clinical experience by the field’s most respected physicians and academics. The series embraces the multidisciplinary nature of shoulder disorders, covering supportive fields like anesthesia, pain management, and rehabilitation, which will deepen your holistic understanding of the shoulder and its treatment. Other topics include management of surgical complications, as well as key principles to illuminate the basic science that underlies pathogenesis.
Practitioners treating patients with shoulder disorders will find endless utility and insight in this comprehensive survey of the shoulder and its disorders.