The Journal of Hand Surgery (British and European Volume) is essential reading for everyone involved in restoring the function to the hand and upper limb. Dedicated to the needs of hand, plastic, reconstructive and orthopaedic surgeons, it publishes the best selection of current papers on hand surgery. The journal regularly highlights key developments in a range of original, authoritative and highly informative articles written by distinguished experts from around the world. Rapid coverage of the latest research, techniques, trends and ideas to make sure you stay up-to-date.
Subjects covered include:
- joint replacement
- fracture and joint injuries
- microvascular surgery
- congenital hand problems
Holdings: Vol. 20, no. 1 (Feb. 1995)-v. 32, no. 2 (Apr. 2007)
Related titles: Continues Hand ; Continued as The Journal of Hand Surgery: European Volume Variant Title: Journal of hand surgery, British volume ; Journal of hand surgery, British and European volume
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