edited by W. Dilworth Cannon and Kenneth E. DeHaven, quarterly, $110 (institutions), $89 (individuals), New York, NY, Raven Press, Spring, 1993-.
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Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review devotes each issue to a particular topic in the title areas. The editors, Drs Cannon and DeHaven, are highly respected in the field. They have organized an outstanding editorial board for the journal with members who are considered to be some of the top arthroscopists and sports medicine researchers from Canada, Sweden, Japan, and the United States. An expert guest editor coordinates each issue and invites authors to submit relevant review articles.
This new journal features review articles that report on the cutting edge of research and technology in sports medicine and arthroscopy. It also provides information on accepted therapeutic practices in a manner easily assimilated by busy practitioners. Articles cover all aspects of a condition, including diagnosis, etiology, research findings, operative techniques, and conservative care.
This efficient format allows clinicians to find everything they need to know about the topic. The first six thematic
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