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Soft tissue rheumatology
  1. Alexander Scott

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    Edited by Brian Hazleman, Graham Riley, Cathy Speed. Oxford: Published by Oxford University Press, 2004, £115.00, pp 568. ISBN 0-19-263093-8

    Graham Riley is without doubt one of the pre-eminent tendon scientists. Cathy Speed and Brian Hazleman have published key papers in high-impact journals including the BMJ and Rheumatology, respectively. Therefore, this tendinopathy monograph warrants close attention.

    Given the focus of this issue of BJSM, it behoves us to ask, what tendon books are available? In chronological order, I have retrieved Curwin and Stanish’s Tendinitis (1984), Kannus and Jozsa’s Human tendons (1997), William Weintraub’s Tendon & ligament healing: a new approach to sports and overuse …

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