Netter's Concise Orthopaedic Anatomy, Updated Edition
ISBN: 032342970X
EAN13: 9780323429702
Language: English
Pages: 416
Dimensions: 0.6" H x 8.9" L x 6" W
Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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5
   Extremely useful during my ortho rotation
During my ortho rotation, it was extremely useful. I'm sure I will find this as a great asset with my everyday ortho complaints.
 
5
   Concise, not pocket sized
This was recommended by a former Ortho preceptor. Good guide to carry whether it is to look something up or for a quick read between patients. But if you're looking at this, chances are that you already knew it. And its Netter knows what to expect. You know that you need it, just add it to your cart.
 
4
   Excellent!
There were few more detailed structures that I was not able to find in this anatomy book, but I really liked it overall.
 
4
   Excellent Reference
Purchased as a personal reference and as a visual aid in explaining things to patients who have questions about their problems. Early this morning, the book received and began reading through it. I really like the fact that this is only about orthopedics and not about orthopedics. Previously, I had used a set of Netter Flash cards for this purpose, but a colleague showed me that it was much better for our purposes. Unlike the flash cards, this is a handy reference for all in one reference, and is not cluttered with information unrelated to my practice area. I can also take it in the pocket of my lab coat if I want to drop it along. No cards to fumble or misplace. If you are working in orthopedics or planning to do so, I would recommend this book without reservation.
 
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   Kindle iPad Version Near-Useless
I own the paper and the kindle version and use it on an iPad, Kindle Fire and Galaxy S3. In the sortle version, each page is actually a single scanned image. This means that you can not highlight the text in any way. On the iPad there is some screen - error where the software will load into technical loops. When trying to use the text as a reference, it is extremely annoying. On the Kindle Fire and in the S3, the book is much slower to use than other books due to the size and use of images instead of text. You also cannot search the text. Content is still great, but the Kindle version is subpar.
 
5
   Perfect
This text is perfect for performing anatomy studies before reviewing procedures. I love the quality of the images and its small enough to carry it to work.
 
5
   awesome
I use it for the podiatry school! A great supplement for anatomy, radiology, pathology and surgery with all the good netter images you're used.
 
5
   Great
I am a sports medicine fellow and I carry this thing with me everywhere I go. I love it, very portable, quick and easy to reference. An excellent quick reference book for learners. I used it to teach as well as quickly residents during the clinic.
 
5
   Ortho gunner's bible
If you want to buy your ortho rotation, slay this book and keep it in your briefcase.
 
5
   Good reference for FM
Resident of family medicine, Dr. I use this as a reference for a lot of MSK stuff, especially when trying to send to Ortho vs sportspt vs just OMT with myself. Probably more likely I use ortho traumapedia. It is not that expensive or large, so it is worth it in my case.
 
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