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Blood Supply of Bone

Scientific Aspects

  • Murray Brookes
  • William J. Revell

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xx
  2. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 1-6
  3. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 7-22
  4. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 23-34
  5. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 35-45
  6. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 46-57
  7. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 58-63
  8. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 64-74
  9. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 75-107
  10. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 108-141
  11. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 142-151
  12. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 152-176
  13. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 177-181
  14. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 182-191
  15. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 192-202
  16. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 203-209
  17. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 210-216
  18. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 217-236
  19. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 237-247
  20. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 248-265
  21. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 266-276
  22. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 277-285
  23. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 286-298
  24. Murray Brookes, William J. Revell
    Pages 299-303
  25. Back Matter
    Pages 304-359

About this book

Introduction

Blood Supply of Bone: Scientific Aspects provides a comprehensive description of the development and physiology of blood supply to the skeleton. Investigative techniques for different types of bone in the body are discussed and the effects of disturbed circulation and the vascular control of osteogenesis is described. This highly illustrated and authoritative volume contains much revised material and many new illustrations reflecting 25 years of advances in this research field since the publication of its well-known precursor in 1971. The wealth of information will not only be invaluable to orthopaedic surgeons, rheumatologists, and radiologists but also pathologists, sports medicine specialists and bone metabolism research workers.

Keywords

blood vessel bone cartilage physiology sports medicine

Authors and affiliations

  • Murray Brookes
    • 1
    • 2
  • William J. Revell
    • 2
  1. 1.University of LondonUK
  2. 2.Academic Department of OrthopaedicsRayne Institute, St Thomas’s HospitalLondonUK

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