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Orthopedics, four critical problem areas

Author: John W Frymoyer; Network for Continuing Medical Education.; University of Vermont. College of Medicine.; et al
Publisher: Secaucus, N.J. : Network for Continuing Medical Education, 1986.
Series: Network for Continuing Medical Education (Series), no. 493.
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Examines patients with pain, swelling and various degrees of diminished function and mobility in four critical problem areas--low back, knee, ankle, and forefoot. The evaluation of and treatment for each specific problem are demonstrated. Among the demonstrations are: how to aspirate the knee with hemarthrosis so the knee can be examined, protocol for the evaluation of ankle ligament sprains, and a differential  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: John W Frymoyer; Network for Continuing Medical Education.; University of Vermont. College of Medicine.; et al
OCLC Number: 31649281
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Description: 1 videocassette (50 min.) : sd., col. ; 3/4 in. + 1 booklet.
Contents: pt. 1. Special rehab for chronic, disabling low back diseases / J.W. Frymoyer --
pt. 2. Special rehab for chronic disabling low back disease / R.G. Hazard --
pt. 3. Evaluating the acutely-injured knee for hemarthromsis / J.G. Howe --
pt. 4.How to examine the ankle for ligament sprain / R.G. Alvarez --
pt. 5. How to examine the foot for metarsalsia [sic] / S.G. Trevino.
Series Title: Network for Continuing Medical Education (Series), no. 493.
Responsibility: presented by John W. Frymoyer ... [et al.].

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Examines patients with pain, swelling and various degrees of diminished function and mobility in four critical problem areas--low back, knee, ankle, and forefoot. The evaluation of and treatment for each specific problem are demonstrated. Among the demonstrations are: how to aspirate the knee with hemarthrosis so the knee can be examined, protocol for the evaluation of ankle ligament sprains, and a differential evaluation of stress condition in the forefoot.

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