Differential Diagnosis In Spine Surgery

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ISBN
9789385999475
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Autores
Jhon D. Koerner, Alexander R. Vaccaro, Daniel H. Kim
Editorial
Jaypee
Fecha Publicacion
1 jul. 2016
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N/D
This book is a practical guide to the diagnosis of spine-related disorders. Covering both adult and paediatric conditions, each chapter presents a systematic approach to common and more complex problems, including associated complaints such as headaches, bowel and bladder incontinence and retention, and groin pain. Typical case presentations and initial work up are provided for each condition, followed by differential diagnosis and treatment options. Authored by internationally recognised experts from the USA, this comprehensive text is enhanced by clinical images, diagrams and tables to assist understanding. Key Points Practical guide to diagnosis of spine-related disorders Coversadult and paediatricconditions Each topic includes typical case presentations and initial work up Authored by internationally recognised experts in the field Contents Lower Back Pain in Children and Adolescents Lower Back Pain in Adults Arm Pain, Weakness and Numbness Cervical versus Shoulder/Periscapular Pain Groin Pain Leg Pain/Weakness/Numbness Bowel/Bladder Incontinence, Retention, and Saddle Anesthesia Neck Pain in Adults Headaches Gait Abnormalities Sacroiliac Joint Pain Differential Diagnosis: Hemiparesis Progressive Diffuse Paresis in Adults MRI Cord Changes Author information  John D Koerner MD New Jersey Spinal Medicine and Surgery, Maywood, Glen Rock, New Jersey, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Hackensack University Medical Centre, Hackensack New Jersey, USA Alexander R Vaccaro MD PhD MBA President, Rothman Institute, Richard H Rothman Professor and Chairman, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Professor of Neurosurgery, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Daniel H Kim MD FAANS FACS Professor, Director of Spinal Neurosurgery, Reconstructive PeripheralNerve Surgery, Memorial Hermann Health System, Department of Neurosurgery, University of Texas, Houston, Texas, USA
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