By Broughton, Nigel S. Broughton
A transparent, concise method of a small yet vital subspecialty that's an integral part of orthopaedic surgical education and ultimate examinations. Aimed additionally on the working towards orthopaedic doctor desiring entry to simple paediatric details, it's as appropriate for fast referral because it is for revision reasons. good points: * A concise account of an important subspecialty * all of the easy rules of paediatric orthopaedics in a single simply obtainable e-book * essentially illustrated * Covers all very important issues on the point of uncomplicated ideas * Written by means of a unmarried extremely popular division, drawing at the joint services of its many individuals and their adventure operating as a group * Geared heavily to the necessities of surgical trainees all through Europe and Australia
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