2 edition of Care of the hand and arm found in the catalog.
Care of the hand and arm
Cornelia J. Mitchell
in Culver City, Calif
Written in English
|Statement||by Cornelia J. Mitchell.|
|LC Classifications||RL94 .M5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||33029473|
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THE ASSH TEXTBOOK 2ND EDITION. Edited by Arnold-Peter C. Weiss, MD, the second edition of the popular The American Society for Surgery of the Hand Textbook of Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery has been completely rewritten and reorganized by a team of exceptional editors and authors. Hand, grasping organ at the end of the forelimb of certain vertebrates that exhibits great mobility and flexibility in the digits and in the whole organ. It is made up of the wrist joint, the carpal bones, the metacarpal bones, and the phalanges. Learn more about the hand in this article.
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She landed on her right side and on her arm. The decision to have hand or wrist surgery should be a cooperative one between you, your family, and your hand/orthopedic surgeon.
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Hands are made up of more bones and moving parts than most other areas of the body. When they’re healthy, these parts all work together.
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