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This is a must have review book for anyone managing patients with brachial plexus and upper extremity peripheral nerve pathology. It is a wonderfully illustrated, anatomically-based guide that devotes the first five chapters to normal brachial plexus and peripheral nerve anatomy. With this solid anatomical foundation, understanding proper physical examination techniques and interpreting abnormal physical exam results (chapter 6) becomes much less intimidating. Using a variety of carefully crafted schematic depictions, an unparalleled discussion of potential sites of nerve entrapment and pathology are outlined (chapter 7). The book concludes with a number of clinically relevant clinical vignettes that help reinforce important points from earlier sections of this book, and familiarize the reader with the treatment and surgical options for the most common entrapment and pathological syndromes encountered in the clinical setting (Chapter 8). It is a phenomenal resource for anyone lacking confidence diagnosing brachial plexus pathology or preparing for a variety of Board examinations.
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