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  • Bone Surgery in Small Animals: Resolution of the Most Frequent Fractures

Bone Surgery in Small Animals: Resolution of the Most Frequent Fractures

  • 48.00€

Tags: Canine practice, Bone tissue, Bone anatomy and biomechanics, Fractures, Diagnostic imaging, Surgical treatments, Osteosynthesis techniques, Clinical cases.


Bone Surgery in Small Animals: Resolution of the Most Frequent Fractures is a traumatology manual presenting the most common fractures in the canine species and how to solve them by osteosynthesis. The author presents the general aspects of bone growth and healing, the types of bone fractures, and osseous healing, specific for each bone, from the skull to the phalanges.He also presents various alternatives to bone healing, highlighting the advantages and disadvantages of the different osteosynthesis systems. High-quality color illustrations complete this valuable resource. 243 p.

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CATEGORIES:

Small Animal/Surgery/Orthopedics
Clinical/Surgery/Orthopedics

Authors expertises affiliations

  • Juan Pablo Zaera Polo. DVM, PhD, Internship from Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (Germany). Professor of Surgery, School of Veterinary Sciences of the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC); and Head of the Traumatology Arthroscopy Department.

     
  • Publication date (electronic format): 2015-01 - Servet (Grupo Asis).

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