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Publication Date: 2006
Publisher: Springer Verlag
Oestreich, Alan Emil
The book is an organized approach to understanding bone growth and disease. It integrates anatomic and radiologic knowledge of enchondral and membranous bone growth and emphasizes the similarities of the physis and acrophysis in development. While mainly written for trainees in radiology, pediatrics, and orthopedics, it will also be useful to practitioners in these fields. The artwork, jointly produced by artist and author, illustrates the concepts being promulgated. The identification of abnormality is aided by explanations of the causes in terms of pattern recognition.Oestreich, Alan Emil is the author of 'Growth of the Pediatric Skeleton A Primer for Radiologists', published 2006 under ISBN 9783540376880 and ISBN 3540376887.
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