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SHARPEN YOUR CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS AND PREPARE FOR REAL-WORLD PRACTICE WITH ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY CASES
Experience with clinical cases is key to excelling in your rotations and post-graduate training. Case Files: Orthopaedic Surgery gives you 45 true-to-life cases that illustrate concepts critical to managing common musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. Each case includes a concise and accurate patient presentation, key exam findings, and clear radiologic images where applicable. Additionally, cases include in-depth discussions of the injury or condition represented, replete with evidence-based practice recommendations, basic procedural tips and techniques, and discussion of potential complications, pitfalls, and ultimate patient outcomes. Review questions and clinical pearls reinforce learning.
- Learn from 45 high-yield cases, each with review questions
- Master key concepts with clinical pearls
- Polish your approach to clinical problems and think like a surgeon
- Perfect for students, orthopaedic interns, and residents who encounter orthopaedic conditions in daily practice
About the Author
Andrew J. Rosenbaum, MD is a resident of orthopaedic surgery at theAlbany Medical Center, Albany, New York.
Joshua S. Dines, MD
Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service
The Hospital of Special Surgery
New York, New York
Timothy Roberts, MD
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Albany Medical Center
Albany, New York
Eugene C. Toy, MD is a dual certified family physician and ob/gyn. He is the John S. Dunn Senior Academic Chair and Program Director of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program; Vice Chair of Academic Affairs in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at The Methodist HospitalHouston; Clerkship Director and Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at The University of TexasHouston Medical School (Houston, Texas).
Table of Contents
Section I: How to Approach Clinical Problems
Part 1. Approach to the Orthopaedic Patient
Part 2. Approach to Clinical Problem Solving
Part 3. Approach to Reading
Section II: Clinical Cases
Forty-Five Case Scenarios
Section III: Listing of Cases
Listing by Case Number
Listing by Case Topic (Alphabetical)