Full text of Navigating the Adult Spine: bridging clinical practice and neuroradiology (2007) is part of the R2 Library Collection
This heavily illustrated text covers the most important clinical, radiological, and management points in caring for the patient with spine problems. The book gives clear, clinical descriptions of the most common spinal disorders, and guides physicians in correlating neuroradiologic findings with the full clinical picture so they can assess the patient correctly and establish an accurate diagnosis. The book emphasizes an early diagnosis so that patients with serious conditions receive an early referral to a spine specialist, thus increasing a more favorable prognosis. Along with an abundance of tables and illustrations, the authors impart clinical pearls designed to sharpen physicians' clinical acumen.
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