Pediatric Orthopedics : Symptoms, Differential Diagnosis, Supplementary Assessment and Treatment

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Pediatric Orthopedics : Symptoms, Differential Diagnosis, Supplementary Assessment and Treatment

Pediatric Orthopedics : Symptoms, Differential Diagnosis, Supplementary Assessment and Treatment free download
Pediatric Orthopedics : Symptoms, Differential Diagnosis, Supplementary Assessment and Treatment presents the most common site-specific pediatric orthopedic problems seen in clinical practice. Detailed discussions of disorders of the chest wall, neck, back, pelvic, upper- and lower limb, leg length discrepancy, abnormal gate, congenital deficiencies, bone and joint infections are included in this comprehensive resource. Operative treatments are discussed throughout the book with the key focus on managing the patient and the use of the conservative approach. As such, the main benefit of this book is as a diagnostic tool to assess children with orthopedic disease.​
Pediatric Orthopedics : Symptoms, Differential Diagnosis, Supplementary Assessment and Treatment pdf free download
Designed to lead the reader from the initial physical examination through to making the most likely diagnosis, there is advice on what additional studies are meaningful, when there is an indication for referral and what advice can be provided for the patient.

The value of the book is increased by hundreds of color images, thus making it easily accessible for pediatric orthopedic surgeons, pediatricians, pediatric physiotherapists, podiatrists, pediatricians, rehabilitation specialists and primary care physicians with an interest in the subject.

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15.Complex Regional pain syndrome

Sudeck’s osteoneurodystrophy / Algodystrophy / Complex Regional Pain Syndrome I / Casualgia

CRPS I : Regional Pain Syndrome due to tissue trauma in which symptoms are not related to the inciting trauma and are not confined to the distribution of a single peripheral nerve.

CRPS II : Regional Pain Syndrome that develops after injury to a Peripheral Nerve , usually a major nerve trunk. Spontaneous Pain initially develops within the territory of the affected nerve but eventually may spread outside that nerve distribution (Median > Sciatic )

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