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The causes of back pain, the most common of all consultations, vary enormously, therefore making accurate diagnosis especially important. Written by a team of highly regarded scientists with a vast experience of the subject, An Atlas of Back Pain not only explains how to determine the underlying causes of your patients' conditions but also describes the various treatment options available.This color atlas provides you with an easily accessible guide to all aspects of back pain and its differential diagnosis. Richly illustrated, it contains more than 130 X-rays, CT scans, MRI images, and color pictures of both pathology and surgery. It provides supportive text that expertly describes the techniques and procedures and detailed captions for each illustration that enhance the book's value as an atlas-text for teaching, residency training, and clinical practice. These features and more make An Atlas of Back Pain the resource you will reach for when you need information fast.
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