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The Spine At Trial: Practical Medicolegal Concepts About The Spine by José Ferez Kuri
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José Ferez Kuri
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American Bar Association
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9781570739965
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Develop a greater understanding of the medical side of your personal injury case. A neurosurgeon, two personal injury lawyers and a medical researcher have written a comprehensive guide to spinal injuries. Using clear and simple terms and detailed diagrams and drawings, the book provides accessible medical information that you can use to strengthen your case. Each chapter is based on the authors experience at trial and covers what a lawyer should know about: --Adult anatomy and biomechanics of the spine --Developmental anatomy --Healing and repair of injuries --Radiological imaging procedures and neuromuscular tests --Fracture and dislocation of the vertebral column --Soft tissue injuries of the neck and lower back --Disks --Easy Definitions of spondylolysis and spondylolisthesis --Understanding impairment evaluations --Making sense of medical terminology

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