SKELETAL TRAUMA OF THE UPPER EXTREMITY

SKELETAL TRAUMA OF THE UPPER EXTREMITY

Editorial:
MOSBY
Año de edición:
Materia
Traumatología
ISBN:
978-0-323-76180-2
Páginas:
672
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 10 días

Descuento:

-5%

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174,00 €

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165,30 €

Introduction
• Section 1 Clavicle
Sternoclavicular Joint Dislocations
Technique: Allograft stabilization
Tech: Allograft docking technique
Medial Clavicle Fractures
Tech: Medial Hook Plate
Midshaft Clavicle Fractures
Tech: ORIF with plate
Tech: ORIF with IMN
Lateral Clavicle Fractures
Tech: Hook Plate
Tech: ORIF with CC "tightrope"
AC joint Instability
Tech: ORIF with CC "tightrope"
Tech: Anatomic ligament recon
• Section 2 Scapula
Scapula Body
Tech: ORIF scapula
Floating Shoulder, Acromion, and Coracoid: The SSSC
Scapulothoracic Dissociation
• Section 3 Glenohumeral joint instability
Anterior Instability Evaluation and Decision Making
Tech: Arthroscopic labral repair
Tech: Arthroscopic Remplissage
Tech: Arthroscopic Latarjet
Posterior instability
Tech: Open reduction and bone grafting of reverse hill sachs
• Section 4 Proximal Humerus
Treatment Algorithm for Proximal humerus fractures
Tech: Nonoperative rehab
Tech: ORIF with plate/screws
Tech: ORIF with IMN
Tech: RSA for fracture
Tech: Endosteal allograft for complex reconstruction
• Section 5 Humeral Shaft
Humeral Shaft fractures
Tech: Non-op treatment with functional bracing
Tech: Posterior approaches
Tech: Anterolateral Approach
• Section 6 Distal Humerus
Adult Distal humerus fractures
Tech: Principle Based Internal Fixation of Distal Humerus Fractures
Tech: TEA for distal humerus fracture
• Section 7 Elbow
Traumatic elbow ligamentous injury (incl PMRI and PLRI)
Tech: LUCL repair
Tech: LUCL recon
Tech: UCL recon
Isolated Radial Head/neck Fractures
Tech: ORIF radial head and neck-- Techniques for exposure, avoiding the PIN. Fixation options for head fractures. Plate options and approach options for neck fractures
Tech: Radial Head Arthroplasty
Coronoid fractures and The Terrible Triad: An Algorithm for Successful Management
Tech: Terrible triad
Tech: ORIF medial coronoid fracture
Tech: Approach to chronic elbow instability
Proximal Ulna fractures and fracture-dislocations (monteggia)
Tech: ORIF Comminuted Olecranon fracture--Dual plating and triceps off-loading
Tech: ORIF with intramedullary fixation
Tech: ORIF trans-olecranon fracture/dislocation—Pattern recognition and fixation options
Tech: ORIF Monteggia
• Section 8 Forearm and Wrist
Essex-Lopresti—When do all three levels require attention?
Tech: Interosseous Ligament Reconstruction
Radial and Ulnar Shaft Fractures: Choice of approach, Nails vs Plates, Compression tips and tricks
Tech: ORIF both bones forearm fracture approaches
Distal Radius fractures
Tech: ORIF inta-articular distal radius fracture
Tech: Bridge plating
Tech: Application of wrist external fixator for distal radius/carpal injuries
Distal Radioulnar joint Instability and Galeazzi Fractures
Tech: ORIF Galeazzi
Galeazzi Fractures
Tech: Tips and tricks for predicting which will be unstable; repair options for the DRUJ/TFCC after radial fixation
Distal Radius Fractures
Tech: Volar plate, dorsal plate, spanning plates, fragment specific options
Radiocarpal Dislocations
Dumontier type 1 vs type 2; when and how to fix the radial styloid fragment; neutralization device options
• Section 9 Hand and Digits
Scaphoid Fractures
Tech: Volar vs. Dorsal, Open vs. percutaneous; Bone graft options
Perilunate and Lunate Dislocations
Tech: Lesser vs. Greater arc injuries; volar vs. dorsal approach – when and how; fixation options for intercarpal stabilization
Metacarpal Fractures
Tech: Pins vs. plates vs. intramedullary devices – when and how
Metacarpophalangeal Joint Dislocations
Tech: Volar vs. dorsal approaches
Phalanx Fractures
Tech: Pins vs. screws vs. plates – when and how
Proximal Interphalangeal Joint Dislocations
Tech: ORIF (seattle seat belt) vs. extension block pinning vs. dynamic external fixation
Index

From the sternoclavicular joint to the distal phalanx, Skeletal Trauma of the Upper Extremity is a practical, one-volume resource covering all aspects of upper limb trauma and surgery. Comprehensive in scope, it features a multidisciplinary, step-by-step approach to evaluation and management, including concise background information and a detailed focus on practical points and surgical techniques. Written by global experts in traumatology, sports medicine, shoulder, elbow, and hand surgery, this richly illustrated guide brings you into the operating room with leaders in the field.

• Offers detailed, practical guidance from the originators and/or masters of each procedure, along with multiple, illustrated surgical technique descriptions.
• Includes pearls and pitfalls, preoperative evaluation and indications, surgical techniques, rehabilitation, and management of complications.
• Features tables and figures throughout that clearly demonstrate surgical tips and tricks.
• Identifies controversial topics and covers current challenges such as arthroscopic coracoclavicular/acromioclavicular joint reconstruction, reverse total shoulder arthroplasty for proximal humerus fracture, total elbow arthroplasty for fracture, interosseous membrane reconstruction of the forearm, and many more.
• Contains more than 500 high-quality illustrations, including anatomical and surgical illustrations, surgical photographs, ultrasounds, and x-rays.
• Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.

Authors
• Grant E. Garrigues , MD, Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush, Rush University Medical Center, Director of Upper Extremity Research, Co-Team Physician, Chicago White Sox and Chicago Bulls.
• Marc J. Richard, MD, Associate Professor, Director, Hand, Upper Extremity & Microvascular Surgery Fellowship, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina.
• Mark J. Gage, MD, Assistant Professor, Director of Orthopaedic Trauma, Duke University Hospital, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.