2: Hand therapy,
4: Bone and joint injuries of the wrist and forearm,
5: Bone and joint injuries of the hand,
6: Soft tissue injuries of the hand,
8: Skin conditions,
9: Osteoarthritis of the hand,
14: Ulnar corner,
Fully revised and updated, the second edition of Hand Surgery has been broadened to reflect the diverse nature of the speciality, providing more detail on hand therapy and alternatives to hand surgery, whilst maintaining surgical techniques in line with current guidelines.
The compact format of Hand Surgery, part of the Oxford Specialist Handbooks in Surgeryseries, is designed to work both as a revision guide, with clearly organised chapters and headings throughout, and as an aide-memoire for fine detail such as pathology classifications. Featuring an authoritative list of contributors from hand surgeons and therapists, this new edition reflects the close working relationships between the two disciplines and draws from the knowledge of experts in the field.
• Clear subject headings and concise-yet-comprehensive topics make this volume ideal for revision.
• Suitable for the BSSH Instructional Course, the BAHT Hand Therapist courses, and the RCS Trauma and Elective Hand Surgery courses.
• Features complex classifications and fine detail in a portable size, for quick reference.
• An international team of experts in hand therapy and hand surgery bring together a wealth of expertise and knowledge.
• The editors are donating all royalties from the sale of this book to charity.
New to this Edition:
• A greater focus hand therapy and alternatives to hand surgery reflects the multidisciplinary nature of the field.
• Fully revised and updated to cover the latest developments and guidelines in hand surgery.
• David Warwick, Consultant Hand Surgeon, University Hospital Southampton, Southampton, UK. Consultant Hand Surgeon at University Hospital Southampton and visiting Hand Surgeon to Jersey and Guernsey. His was awarded an Honorary Professorship by University of Southampton in 2013 and a Bronze Clinical Excellence Award in 2012. He achieved Gold Medal in the European Diploma of Hand Surgery in 2004. He has served as President of the British Association of Hand Therapists, Secretary of British Society for Surgery of the Hand and Exco Member of FESSH. He currently sits on the IFSSH Exco and is President of the BSSH in 2020. He reviews 40 papers per year and sits on the Editorial Boards of the Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons, European Journal of Hand Surgery, Bone & Joint Journal. David has published 80 papers. As well as Editor of the Oxford Handbook of Hand Surgery (2009, 2018), he was editor of FESSH Textbook of Dupuytren's Disease (2015) and Apley & Solomon's System of Orthopaedics and Trauma (2001, 2010, 2017).
• Roderick Dunn, Consultant Plastic, Reconstructive and Hand Surgeon, Odstock Centre for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Salisbury Hospital, UK. Consultant Plastic, Reconstructive and Hand Surgeon at the Odstock Regional Centre for Plastic Surgery and Burns in Salisbury. He is also an Honorary Visiting Consultant at the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre, Headley Court. His practice includes Reconstructive Hand Surgery, Congenital Hand Surgery, Microsurgery and Peripheral Nerve Surgery. He has also spent the last 10 years treating soldiers with complex war injuries from the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts. He was awarded the Order of St John for his work at Headley Court in 2011, and an NHS Bronze National Clinical Excellence Award in 2012. He is Co-Editor of the 2nd Edition of the Oxford Handbook of Hand Surgery, and Co-author of the First Edition. He has written many book chapters and papers, and presents regularly at National and International Meetings. He is actively involved with surgical teaching, including the RCS Hand Surgery Courses and the BSSH Hand Instructional Courses in Hand Surgery.