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Orthopedic Navigator: An Orthopedic Guide for Postgraduates
Editors: Jacob Ipe MBBS Dip (Ortho) DNB (Ortho)
Febin Ahamed PI MBBS MS (Ortho)
Jacob Eapen MBBS MS (Ortho) DNB (Ortho) Fellow in Arthroplasty (Depuy)

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Publish Year2022
Size6.25" x 9.5"
cover TypePaper Back
FormatTwo Color
Weight (Grams) 380 Grams
Quick Overview
This book contains an intricate, exhaustive, and comprehensive compilation of classification systems used in orthopedics (trauma, regional conditions of upper and lower limbs, pediatric orthopedic, spine, sports, congenital conditions, etc.) explained with simple line diagrams useful for any student to reproduce in their examination papers. In addition, it also contains Orthopedic Formulas, Diagnostic Criteria, Radiological Lines and Signs, which are important from an examination and knowledge point of view Not to forget an updated Question Bank of over 500 questions covering MS and DNB questions over the past years arranged topic-wise for easy reading. The book also provides tips on the view pattern of DNB Practical Examination and its Do’s and Don’ts.
Key Features
  • Covers more than 200 common topics, what is expected from a postgraduate student during ward rounds and preparatory tests.
  • Contains a compilation of theory questions asked in MS and DNB examinations over the past 15 years, arranged topic-wise.
  • Standard textbooks have been refereed to compile the exhaustive list of classifications of upper limb and lower limb trauma, classifications of pediatric trauma, congenital and regional conditions of upper limb and lower limb, diagnostic criteria for various conditions, orthopedic formulas, and radiological lines.
  • Enriched with simple, easy to reproduce diagrams.
Target Audience
Postgraduate or a consultant during busy duty hours in the casualty or outpatient department (OPD)
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