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Tuberculosis of the Skeletal System (Bones, Joints, Spine and Bursal Sheaths)

SM TULI
ISBN: 978819470902220246/e Reprint

Synopsis

The philosophy of management of skeletal tuberculosis has been greatly influenced by the availability of effective antitubercular drugs, facility of modern imaging modalities for diagnosis at predestructive stages of disease, and changes in the socioeconomic status of the people. Techniques have evolved to retain and restore the mobility of articular disease. The looming challenge of ""super-bugs"" has been addressed with possible modalities to combat it by immunopotentiating techniques. The 6th edition is a compilation of the personal clinical experience of the author and relevant information from the international literature. Many new pictures have been added mostly as ""composites"" to express the story as it evolves in clinical management. This book is a source of knowledge of biological processes of activity and healing of disease, and for rational options for effective and safe management of tuberculosis of the skeletal system.
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    Synopsis

    The philosophy of management of skeletal tuberculosis has been greatly influenced by the availability of effective antitubercular drugs, facility of modern imaging modalities for diagnosis at predestructive stages of disease, and changes in the socioeconomic status of the people. Techniques have evolved to retain and restore the mobility of articular disease. The looming challenge of ""super-bugs"" has been addressed with possible modalities to combat it by immunopotentiating techniques. The 6th edition is a compilation of the personal clinical experience of the author and relevant information from the international literature. Many new pictures have been added mostly as ""composites"" to express the story as it evolves in clinical management. This book is a source of knowledge of biological processes of activity and healing of disease, and for rational options for effective and safe management of tuberculosis of the skeletal system.
    MRP
    TBA
    Inclusive of all taxes
    Available In stockSold by Jaypee Books and Delivered by Jaypee.

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      The philosophy of management of skeletal tuberculosis has been greatly influenced by the availability of effective antitubercular drugs, facility of modern imaging modalities for diagnosis at predestructive stages of disease, and changes in the socioeconomic status of the people. Techniques have evolved to retain and restore the mobility of articular disease. The looming challenge of ""super-bugs"" has been addressed with possible modalities to combat it by immunopotentiating techniques. The 6th edition is a compilation of the personal clinical experience of the author and relevant information from the international literature. Many new pictures have been added mostly as ""composites"" to express the story as it evolves in clinical management. This book is a source of knowledge of biological processes of activity and healing of disease, and for rational options for effective and safe management of tuberculosis of the skeletal system.

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      Key Features

      • This book will guide the learner to master the concepts in tuberculosis of the skeletal system. • Includes most recent information on the subject along with philosophy behind investigations and treatment of musculoskeletal tuberculosis. • Divided into three sections- General Consideration, Extra-spinal Regional Tuberculosis, and Tuberculosis of the Spine. • Conclude with Take Home Key Points.

      Product Details

      Publisher :

      JPB

      Edition :

      6/e Reprint

      Binding :

      Hard Back

      Language :

      English

      Pages :

      466

      ISBN-13 :

      9788194709022

      Item Weight :

      1000 grams

      Dimensions :

      6.25 x 9.5

      Printing Format Color :

      Four Color

      Copyright year :

      2024