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About this book
Knee surgeons world wide have been aware that a beautifully illustrated book on diagnostic evaluation of the knee existed. What we in the English speaking world did not appreciate was the superb quality of the text that ac companied these splendid illustrations. Now, Dr. Michael Strobel and Dr. Hans-Werner Stedtfeld's work, Diagnostic Evaluation of the Knee, has been translated by Mr. Terry Telger into an English text that is clear and cogent. The authors' message is comprehensive and straight forward. They show how diagnosis of knee disorders lends itself to a disciplined, orderly thought pro cess based on a substantial body of scientific knowledge. This book, through effective illustrations, clarity of text and thought, and subject organization, leads the reader through the diagnostic evaluation of the knee in an enjoy able and unforgettable way. Some may think the diagnostic process is dead with the advent of magnetic resonance imaging. They are wrong: the diagnostic process has never been more alive, and M. Strobel and H.-W. Stedtfeld capture the excitement of modern day diagnosis through the integration of many disciplines - anato my, pathophysiology, general examination, special examinations, and special studies. This is the unique character of this book and why it will be a text ap preciated by all who care for the knee-injured patient.
Arthroskopie Kniegelenk Meniskus anatomy biomechanics cartilage complication computed tomography fracture instability knee knee joint magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) sonography surgery