This compact but comprehensive guide to all aspects of hand surgery encompasses the appropriate aspects of plastic surgery, orthopaedic surgery and hand therapy, and rheumatology and biomechanics, providing a single source of information on this specialty. It features the detailed classifications, nerve root values and outcomes needed by practising hand surgeons, but which will also act as an invaluable, well-structured revision tool for trainee hand surgeons about to undertake the Hand Diploma. The book will also prove a useful guide for orthopaedic and plastic surgery trainees, needing to get the most from their attachment. Practising Hand Therapists and trainees will find clear information for their role in supporting patients with hand and wrist problems. People dealing with hand and wrist problems (GPs, theatre staff, clinic staff) would also find this to be a useful reference.
Written by: David Warwick|Roderick Dunn|Erman Melikyan|Jane Vadher