English | 410 pages | Springer; 1st ed. 2022 edition (April 28, 2022) | 981169494X | PDF | 16.97 Mb
This book covers all aspects and dimensions of tuberculosis affecting the spine, starting from its historical perspective to modern trends in early diagnosis, management, and rehabilitation. This book is a treatise fulfilling all the existing wide lacunae in suspicion, clinical examination, diagnosis, and management of this disease which still dwells as a mystery in modern medicine. It presents very easy to follow management plan algorithms and keynotes for easy and ready reference in each chapter. It describes the recent advances in diagnostic modalities and the treatment regimes, along with controversies, that have been elucidated and concluded with firm and sound references from evidence-based literature. This book also showcases the varied presentations of the disease as per varied socio-economic strata and in different geographic regions along with the different, principle-based approach to the disease spectrum shall be discussed at length. It also includes different clinical settings and scenarios in the concerned chapters. This book is a ready reference guide for postgraduate trainees, post-doctoral trainees, and faculty and consultants of orthopedics and neurosurgery.