50 Challenging Spinal Pain Syndrome Cases: A problem solving approach, 1e
- Publish Date: 2003-01-05
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Lynton Giles MSc PhD DC
This new book presents 50 cases of patients with spinal pain syndromes ranging from straightforward cases to challenging and complex scenarios. Each case covers the patient profile, presenting complaint, etiology, previous surgery, examination, imaging results, diagnosis, and management. Information on the case is presented on the left side of each two-page spread, with relevant illustrations, anatomy, pathology, and imaging included on the right side for a convenient, user-friendly presentation of the entire case.
- Presents 50 cases that cover the wide range of symptomatic spinal pain as seen in the clinical environment.
- Unique presentation and format provides information on a case, together with illustrations, anatomy, pathology, and imaging in a consistent, two-page spread.
- Cases range from common to complex scenarios for valuable practical experience while anticipating the most effective course of action.