Current Management of Scaphoid Fractures is a unique and comprehensive book which draws together the latest expert opinions on the study and management of scaphoid fractures. It revisits the article which was published by Nicholas Barton in the Journal of Hand Surgery a decade ago. Each of the twenty questions is answered by specialists from around the world. Topics include diagnosis of schaphoid fractures, and palliative procedures. This is an essential book for all orthopedic and hand surgeons wishing to update their current knowledge. It is easy to read and full of practical advice, with clear illustrations and a valuable collection of key references.
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Each section is well illustrated with diagrams and images…The book is certainly useful in revealing areas of ambiguity that could be clarified by further research.
The specialist will be interested in the diverse and frequently diametrically opposed views of the various experts, which have been skillfully collated by the editors in a very modestly priced book.
The British journal for Society of the Hand