ASSH Surgical Anatomy: Nerve Reconstruction
Published by: The American Society for Surgery of the Hand
Edited by: Christopher J. Dy, MD, MPH and Jonathan Isaacs, MD
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ASSH Surgical Anatomy is a new series of publications brought to you by the American Society for Surgery of the Hand. With a strong focus on anatomic principles and anatomic structures, this new series brings you detailed instructions on specific topics of interest to the hand and upper extremity surgeon, offering the highest quality anatomical coverage available. Each publication highlights the fine points of the surgical treatment of the upper extremity with an emphasis on high quality images and illustrations, and consistent, thorough technique descriptions.
ASSH Surgical Anatomy: Nerve Reconstruction, edited by Christopher J. Dy, MD, MPH and Jonathan Isaacs, MD, is the first title of the series. It features incisive and cutting-edge discourse of anatomic relevance and surgical technical details that are directly applicable to the practice of nerve surgery. The meticulously detailed and highly informative text is accompanied by over 300 pragmatic and aesthetically beautiful illustrations and photographs, and the book’s 30 videos walk the reader through the intricacies of nerve surgery in the hand and upper extremity.
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