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Injection Techniques in Musculoskeletal Disorders

Injection Techniques in Musculoskeletal Disorders

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The new edition of this book is a comprehensive guide to orthopaedic pain management through injection. It presents an interdisciplinary approach, offering both traditional and alternative methods for diagnosing, treating and managing pain in adults, children and also geriatric patients.

The second edition has been fully revised to provide clinicians with the latest advances in the field.

Divided into eight sections, the book begins with general concepts in injection technique. The following sections each discuss a different site of injection - shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand, chest, spine, hip and pelvis, and knee and ankle.

Each chapter examines in detail, the surface and clinical anatomy, causes of pain and injection techniques, as well as potential pitfalls.

More than 500 full colour illustrations and X-Rays assist understanding.

Key points

  • Comprehensive guide to injection techniques in orthopaedics
  • Examines in detail, anatomy, causes of pain and injection techniques for different parts of the body
  • Presents interdisciplinary approach of both traditional and alternative techniques
  • Includes more than 500 illustrations and X-Rays
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    1. General Consideration in Injection Technique
    2. Shoulder
    3. Elbow
    4. Wrist and Hand
    5. Chest
    6. Spine
    7. Hip and Pelvis
    8. Knee and Ankle



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