By Fraser J. Leversedge MD, Martin I. Boyer MD FRCS(C), Charles A. Goldfarb MD
Pocketbook of Hand and top Extremity Anatomy: Primus Manus positive factors exquisitely designated full-color images 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 booklet additionally describes scientific correlations for significant illnesses and comprises a variety of mnemonic devices.
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