Handbook of Peripheral Nerve Entrapments
Peripheral nerve entrapments take many forms, and patients may present with a wide variety of symptoms and signs. The Handbook of Peripheral Nerve Entrapments offers the physician a complete source of information on this class of disorders. This extremely practical book covers both common and rare types of nerve entrapment, from carpal tunnel syndrome and thoracic outlet syndrome through sciatica, as well as infrequently encountered types, such as occiptal nerve neuralgia and abdominal nerve entrapment.
Unique in scope and focus, the Handbook of Peripheral Nerve Entrapments is the result of the editors' extensive clinical experience with entrapped nerve bundles as well as a comprehensive review of the literature. The material has been organized in a way that gives maximum pertinent information in an easy-to-follow, concise format; each factor is listed with a discussion of appropriate therapy. The Handbook of Peripheral Nerve Entrapments is an invaluable reference for both seasoned specialist and surgeons in training.