The Lumbar Intervertebral Disc
Page Count326 Pages
About the e-Book
The Lumbar Intervertebral Disc pdf
Written by leading authorities in the field of spine care, this book is a
comprehensive reference for the latest techniques for managing intervertebral
disc disorders affecting the lumbar spine. Divided into four main sections, the
book opens with a review of fundamental basic science concepts, including
epidemiology, anatomy, pathophysiology, biology, biomechanics, and mechanisms of
pain. The second section focuses on the management of disc herniation, with
chapters guiding clinicians from the pathophysiology of the herniated disc to
clinical presentation to various treatment strategies. The final sections of the
book present in-depth coverage of degenerative disc disease and provide
essential information for imaging and testing, diagnosis, patient screening,
treatment, and rehabilitation.
- Detailed coverage of the latest innovations in the
field, including nonsurgical treatments, minimally invasive procedures,
biologic techniques, and motion-preserving procedures, enables clinicians to
select the appropriate treatment for each clinical situation
- More than 200 high-quality illustrations and images
demonstrate key concepts
- Valuable discussion of safety considerations and how to
avoid and manage potential complications
Ideal for practitioners and trainees
with a focus on spinal disorders, this book will be an invaluable resource for
orthopaedists, neurosurgeons, pain specialists, physiatrists, neuroradiologists, and researchers in these specialties.
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