Orthopaedic Surgery: The Essentials
Offering a complete, fully integrated approach to the entire field of orthopedic surgery, this new reference covers basic science, anatomy, surgical approaches, evaluation, treatment and anticipated outcome.
Highlights include full discussions of: musculoskeletal soft tissues, joint pathology, imaging techniques, trauma, oncology, adult and pediatric orthopedics, medical malpractice, and evolving telemedicine technology. The book's detailed yet easy-to-read format aids in implementing the practical tips and guidelines, highlighted throughout.
As comprehensive as any existing orthopedic textbook, but with the convenience of portability, the book contains hundreds of useful, finely executed illustrations. With its complete approach, this decisive book also provides the core curriculum for orthopedic residents, including state-of-the-art sections on gene therapy, outpatient orthopedics, new surgical procedures, and resource management.
Practical and timely, ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY: THE ESSENTIALS provides a clear, streamlined approach to the field. It is ideal for residents, medical students, and practicing orthopedic surgeons, who will use it both for examination review and for authoritative reference.
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Soft Tissue Coverage
Soft Tissue Coverage of the Lower Extremity Enrico B Robotti and William M Swartz
Traumatic and Degenerative Conditions of the Cervical Spine James D Kang and Lars Gilbertson
Traumatic and Degenerative Conditions of the Lumbosacral Spine Mark A Fye
Knee and Leg 34 Knee and Leg Trauma Barry Riemer
Soft Tissue Problems of the Knee Brian J Cole Lucio S Ernlund and Freddie H Fu
and Hugh P Chandler
Foot and Ankle
Pediatric Fractures B David Horn
Congenital Anomalies of the Upper Extremity Scott H Kozin and Joseph J Thoder
Disorders of the Lower Extremity in Children John J Williams
The Pediatric Foot Anthony A Stans and Douglas K Kehl
Shoulder 17 Evaluation of Shoulder Pain Joseph P lannotti and Abraham Shurland 233
Rotator Cuff Disease Julian S Arroyo Evan L Flatow and Louis U Bigliani
Arthritis of the Shoulder Mark W Rodosky
Fractures of the Humeral Shaft Gregory G Degnan
Fractures and Dislocations of the Elbow Peter G Mangone Thomas T Dovan and John G Seder III
Overuse Syndromes of the Elbow Neal S ElAttrache and Arthur L Valadie III
Arthritis of the Elbow Heather Brien and Graham J W King
Diaphyseal Forearm Fractures T Michael Dye and John Clifford
Fractures and Dislocations of the Wrist and Hand Stanley Marczyk Adrienne J Towsen Bruce Jacobs and Mark E Baratz
Tendon Injuries of the Wrist and Hand Joseph M Failla
Ligament Injuries of the Wrist and Hand John M Bednar
Vascular Injuries of the Wrist and Hand L Scott Levin Richard S Moore Jr and Rey Aponte
Arthritis of the Wrist and Hand Mark E Baratz and Adrienne J Towsen
Pelvis Hip and Femur
Pelvis Acetabulum and Hip Trauma Matthew L Jimenez
Pelvis Hip and Femur Reconstruction Ray C Wasielewski
Pediatric Spine Vishwas R Talwalkar and Gregory A Mencio
Neuromuscular Disorders in Children Stephanie L SchneckJacob and Mark J Sangimino
Acute Injuries to Peripheral Nerves Greg P Watchmaker and Susan E Mackinnon
Chronic Nerve Injuries and Neuropathies Thomas W Wright
Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation
The Principles of Biopsy and Staging of Bone Tumors Norbert J Lindner
Benign Lesions of the Musculoskeletal System Don C Beringer Mark S Meyer
Malignant Lesions of the Musculoskeletal System Richard Lackman
Metastatic Lesions to the Bone Scott C Wilson
Orthopaedic Issues in Aging
Economic Legal and Political Issues in Orthopaedics
and Trevor Soergel
The Orthopaedic Surgeon as a Medical Expert
Perspective of the Physicians Team Clayton A Peimer
The Attorney Fredrick W Bode 111
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