By Fraser J. Leversedge MD, Martin I. Boyer MD FRCS(C), Charles A. Goldfarb MD
Pocketbook of Hand and top Extremity Anatomy: Primus Manus gains exquisitely special full-color pictures of dissections and line drawings of all significant anatomic entities. The written descriptions of anatomy are in bulleted layout to permit easy accessibility to the fabric. The e-book additionally describes scientific correlations for significant ailments and comprises numerous mnemonic devices.
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A pocketbook manual of hand and upper extremity anatomy : primus manus by Fraser J. Leversedge MD, Martin I. Boyer MD FRCS(C), Charles A. Goldfarb MD