Chapter 1 The structural anatomy of the hand
Chapter 2 Clinical evaluation of the hand and arm
Chapter 3 Functional anatomy: normal and abnormal digital balance
Chapter 4 The injured hand
Chapter 5 Fractures and joint injuries
Chapter 6 Flexor and extensor tendon surgery
Chapter 7 Peripheral nerve injuries and pain
Chapter 8 Tendon transfers in peripheral nerve injuries
Chapter 9 Hand infections
Chapter 10 Skin and scarring
Chapter 11 Nerve compression syndromes
Chapter 12 Tumours and other tumour-like conditions of the hand
Chapter 13 Rheumatoid arthritis
Chapter 14 Osteoarthritis and other degenerative conditions
Chapter 15 Congenital anomalies of the hand
Chapter 16 The wrist
Chapter 17 The shoulder and elbow
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