Section 1: Basic Science
Section 2: General Knowledge
Section 3: Trauma
Section 4: Orthopaedic Oncology / Systemic Disease
Section 5: Pediatrics
Section 6: Spine
Section 7: Shoulder and Elbow
Section 8: Hand and Wrist
Section 9: Preservation, Arthroplasty, and Salvage Surgery of the Hip and Knee
Section 10: Sports Injuries of the Knee and Sports Medicine
Section 11: Foot and Ankle
AAOS Comprehensive Orthopaedic Review, 2nd edition offers sweeping coverage of the core of orthopaedic knowledge that spans the spectrum of the orthopaedic specialties. Gathered in one convenient and comprehensive text, you'll find the specific information you need to prepare for your examination.
Study to prepare for your Board Exam!
This study set is designed to prepare orthopaedic residents for the Orthopaedic In Training Exam (OITE), and the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS) Board Certification examination. Dr. Boyer and his editorial team of Board-certified orthopaedic surgeons edited and present this thorough text in a concise outline format, giving you ready access to the important facts as a quick bulleted review of the concepts you need to know.
Study to retain knowledge!
With content developed by over 200 physician contributors, you can reinforce what you've learned on your daily rounds and skills labs. Organized by specialty, each of the 143 chapters is loaded with color images, illustrations, tables, and charts to support the material and help you retain the information.
Study to achieve proficiency!
Pinpoint areas for further study by self-testing with nearly 500 multiple-choice companion study questions – none repeated from the first edition. Each question includes the preferred response with additional discussion and explanation of the topics.
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