Medicolegal Reporting in Orthopaedic Trauma / Edition 4by Michael A. Foy
Pub. Date: 06/15/2010
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
This book – now a classic - was developed to facilitate the preparation of medicolegal reports following musculoskeletal injuries. It collates data from the world literature in one source, together with review articles on related topics such as Repetitive Strain Injury. As a result, it saves readers from the time-consuming task of researching multiple
This book – now a classic - was developed to facilitate the preparation of medicolegal reports following musculoskeletal injuries. It collates data from the world literature in one source, together with review articles on related topics such as Repetitive Strain Injury. As a result, it saves readers from the time-consuming task of researching multiple references.
A comprehensive guide to the preparation of medicolegal reports in the field of personal injury litigation following musculoskeletal trauma..
It provides prognostic information following musculoskeletal injuries and assists the clinician acting as an expert medical witness prepare the report.
Each of the chapters is devoted to different areas of injury and takes the reader through the full range of treatments, results and complications and how these impact on prognosis.
Collates data on treatment, results, complications from the relevant medicalliterature and review articlesand saves the orthopaedic surgeon acting as an expert witness a lot of hours of unnecessary research.
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Table of Contents
The Orthopaedic Surgeon's Viewpoint
The Legal Viewpoint
Recent Developments in the Law and their Effect on Practice
The Othopaedic Surgeon in Court
Results Following Upper Limb Fractures
Results Following Lower Limb Fractures
The Femoral Shaft Fractures
The Tibia and Fibula
The Foot, Including Calcineal Fractures
Results following Fractures of the Axial Skeleton
The Cervical Spine
The Thoracolumbar Spine : Assessment
Thoracolumbar Spine Fractures and Soft Tissue Injuries
Traumatic Spinal Cord Injuries
Repetitive Strain Injury
Soft Tissue Injuries, Including Burns
Peripheral Nerve Injuries
The Psychological Effects of Trauma
Post-Traumatic Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
Recognised Arm Conditions and Work
Radiology in Medicolegal Practice
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