Whiplash... It's a challenging medical, legal and social dilemma. Why do some people report chronic pain following acute injury, while others do not? Why is whiplash epidemic in some countries and unknown in others? Is it biological, psychological, cultural? Can whiplash be explained by any one unified theory? The Whiplash Encyclopedia is an authoritative resource that addresses the questions surrounding whiplash and provides multidisciplinary perspectives on this highly charged issue. Based on a comprehensive review of current and historical scientific literature, The Whiplash Encyclopedia considers all possible models that might explain the whiplash mystery. You'll find all relevant medical theories presented, as well as psychological and cultural considerations. Source materials are evaluated to assist medical, legal, insurance, engineering and other professionals in understanding the strengths and weaknesses of key arguments. A comprehensive bibliography leads readers to key resources, diagnostic tools and informative research.
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Descrizione libro Jones & Bartlett Publishers, 1999. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. 1st. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0834216612