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Staying Out of Trouble in Pediatric Orthopaedics


Written by two authorities in pediatric orthopaedics, this book is a complete, practical, and highly illustrated guide to handling difficult orthopaedic problems in children. In an engaging and informal style, the authors offer advice for avoiding pitfalls in diagnosing and treating the full range of musculoskeletal disorders, including trauma, orthopaedic infections, bone and soft tissue tumors, skeletal dysplasias, neuromuscular conditions, congenital syndromes, problems in pediatric athletes, and conditions of the spine, hip, leg, and foot.
Throughout
the book are guest appearances by “gurus,” the leading experts and mentors in pediatric orthopaedics, presenting essential unique tips on handling the special needs of children. To facilitate easy access for the busy clinician, information is provided in boxes and bulleted lists containing summary points, complications to avoid, surgical steps, and treatment recommendations by age. More than 600 illustrations complement the text.
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 Doody's Book Review Service, 01-SEP-06, Edward Abraham, MD, University
of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, Chicago, IL --  "As one who
has spent over 25 years caring for children with pediatric orthopedic
problems, I fully see the need and importance of a textbook that focuses
on problem prevention. The avoidance of serious complications with
permanent disability associated with spine surgery, neglected hip
infections, growth plate injuries, etc., in a growing child are most
important considerations. I strongly recommend this most useful and
refreshing work to all orthopedists caring for children."-Doody's Book
Review Service (Weighted Numerical Score: 92; 4 Stars)   Ambulatory
Pediatrics, 15-NOV-06, Volume 6, Issue 6, Ronald V. Marino, DO, MPH,
Winthrop University Hospital Program, Mineola, NY -- "The general
clinician will find excellent chapters on the orthopedic exam, dealing
with families (so thoughtful that it could have been written by a
pediatrician), newborn orthopedics, pediatric athletes, infections,
scoliosis, and bow legs and turned in feet. These titles are the
vanguard of a complete offering that contains information from the
esoteric to the every day...This book is written for clinicians and is
chock full of pearls and wisdom."-Ambulatory Pediatrics
 
     Product Description
 Written by two authorities in pediatric orthopaedics, this
book is a complete, practical, and highly illustrated guide to handling
difficult orthopaedic problems in children. In an engaging and informal
style, the authors offer advice for avoiding pitfalls in diagnosing and
treating the full range of musculoskeletal disorders, including trauma,
orthopaedic infections, bone and soft tissue tumors, skeletal
dysplasias, neuromuscular conditions, congenital syndromes, problems in
pediatric athletes, and conditions of the spine, hip, leg, and foot.
Throughout
the book are guest appearances by "gurus," the leading experts and
mentors in pediatric orthopaedics, presenting essential unique tips on
handling the special needs of children. To facilitate easy access for
the busy clinician, information is provided in  boxes and bulleted lists
containing summary points, complications to avoid, surgical steps, and
treatment recommendations by age. More than 600 illustrations complement
the text.
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