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Interventional Spine Procedures: A Case-based Approach
Author:  
Jeremy Simon MD
 
Mitchell Freedman DO
 
Michael J Mehnert MD
 
Alexander R Vaccaro MD PhD
 


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ISBN9789351521693
Edition 1/e
Publish Year2014
Pages216
Size 6.25" X 9.5"
Cover TypeHard Back
With CD/DVD No
Weight (Grams) 710
Quick Overview
This book is intended as a teaching tool to reinforce the concepts of common problems encountered in the spine clinic. It presents real case scenarios and emphasizes the importance of a thorough history and physical examination, as well as confirmation via appropriate imaging. The judicious and appropriate use of procedures in spine care cannot be stressed enough. Proper patient selection and realistic goals, as well as the use of a multidisciplinary approach are paramount to patient success. This text may be used in the clinic and as a spring-board for discussion as well, as other treatments may often be considered in select patient presentations.
Key Features
This is a case-based approach to understanding, diagnosing and treating commonly encountered spine conditions in clinical practice. The book is also useful as an educational tool for allied health professionals, medical students, residents and fellows interested in painful spinal conditions. It may be used for teaching in the outpatient clinic and a Socratic approach with an attending and student is encouraged.

Each case is presented with a pain diagram, a history and physical examination. Appropriate testing is also ordered and treatment options discussed. As the text is an interventional approach, a procedure indicated for the patient's presentation is then ordered and performed. A discussion of the technique and rationale is also discussed. This is also meant to create a conversation and possibly disagreement as a practitioner's treatment paradigms may differ.
Target Audience
Useful for Allied Health Professionals, Medical Students, Residents and Fellows Interested in Painful Spinal Conditions.
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