The books authors are experienced practitioners in this field and the book itself comes in the neat, pocket-size format usually reserved for emergency handbooks, although it is more likely that it would sit on a desk as a reference. The first chapters, covering anatomy, diagnosis and treatment, would suffice for most doctors needs. There are straightforward tables, figures and illustrations supporting the written information. The section on treatment is up-to-date and includes all the current products in the UK market, although not all are available in Australia.
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