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Download Atlas of Hand Surgery by Sigurd Pechlaner, F. Kerschbaumer, H. Hussl PDF

By Sigurd Pechlaner, F. Kerschbaumer, H. Hussl

This massive and wonderfully illustrated atlas describes all significant strategies in hand surgical procedure. step-by-step, problematic and transparent unique drawings of excessive creative price depict the surgical methods and methods.Following an introductory bankruptcy at the anatomical foundation of hand surgical procedure, the medical a part of the publication treats hand surgical procedure in traumatology, cosmetic surgery and orthopedics.The nice care that used to be given to the education of this surgical atlas is matched by means of the comprehesive remedy of the concepts.

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As shown in Table C1 the data from these series (Opitz, personal communication 1977) and two population-based Swedish series agree largely in spite of the differences in population and the original grouping. It would be profitable to work out refined alternatives for aetiological groupings for such systematic analyses of comparable series from different geographic areas, populations and periods. o ulations of mentall It is generally agreed that IQ testing, for various reasons, is not an ideal tool for defining populations of MR in scientific studies.

These are by no means mutually exclusive, and in individual cases which come to society's notice, aetiology is often complex. To have an IQ of 60 or 70 and to be well adjusted often enables the person to escape detection. But to have additional problems and to lack both the capacity or opportunity to solve them at once identifies the individual. AIIUNISTRATIVE VERSUS TRUE PREVALENCE For mild retardation, as for some other conditions, there is a clear relationship between the provision of facilities and administrative prevalence.

Such factors characterize poor famil ies in general, however, and they do not discriminate between the approximately 10% of this segment of the population who are retarded and the 90% who are not. The primary discriminants are maternal intell igence and level of education" (p 7). Interpretations of these facts can be genetic or environmental, according to one's choice! However, Begab goes on to point out that children born in such circumstances may suffer from subclinical deficits which may affect intellectual performance, but which are undetectable by existing technology.

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