SPINAL ANATOMY. MODERN CONCEPTS

SPINAL ANATOMY. MODERN CONCEPTS

Editorial:
SPRINGER
Año de edición:
Materia
Traumatología
ISBN:
978-3-030-20924-7
Páginas:
640
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Ilustraciones:
621
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 2-3 semanas

Descuento:

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Antes:

176,80 €

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167,96 €

1. Comparative Anatomy of the Axial Skeleton of Vertebrates
2. Embryology of the Vertebral Column
3. The Growing Spine
4. The Growth Cartilages of the Spine and Pelvic Vertebra
5. Morphologic and Functional Evolution of the Aging Spine
6. The Standing Position: Its Principles and Spinopelvic Relations
7. The Reserve of Hip Extension and Its Relationship with the Spine
8. The EOS System: Overall Assessment of Balance of the Vertebral Column and Its Movements
9. The Cranial Vertebra
10. Surgical Anatomy of the Vertebral Pedicle
11. Sacrum Anatomy: New Concepts
12. The Pelvic Vertebra, the Cephalic Vertebra and the Concept of the Chain of Balance
13. The Cranial and Pelvic “Vertebrae” Are They Real Vertebrae?
14. The Intervertebral Disc
15. Anatomy of the Thoraco-Lumbar Facet Joint
16. The Spinal Ligaments
17. Sacroiliac Joints
18. The Normal and Pathological Spinal Muscle
19. Configuration of the Posterior Lumbar Muscles: Study of Lumbosacral Malformations and the Extraforaminal Approach (ELIF)
20. Vertebral Column: Muscles, Aponeurosis, and Fascia
21. Functional Anatomy of the Erector Spinae: Review
22. Connective Tissues of the Posterior Aspect of the Trunk
23. The Spinal Canal
24. The Spinal Cord
25. Spinal Nerves (Innervation of the Spine)
26. Anatomy of the Spinal Meninges
27. Intrinsic Innervation of the Spine
28. Spinal Vascularization
29. Systemic Approach to the Functioning of the Spine
30. Kinematics of the Spine
31. Spinal Balance
32. Biomechanics and Spinal Modelling
33. Anatomy Is a Living Language

This richly illustrated and comprehensive book covers a broad range of normal and pathologic conditions of the vertebral column, from its embryology to its development, its pathology, its dynamism and its degeneration. The dynamic anatomy of the living subject is viewed using the latest technologies, opening new perspectives to elucidate the pathology of the spine and improve spinal surgery. The respective chapters review in depth all sections of the vertebral column and offer new insights, e.g. the 3D study of vertebral movements using the “EOS system,” which makes it possible to define an equilibrium of posture and its limits. New histological and chemical findings on the intervertebral disc, as well as detailed descriptions of the aponeuroses and fasciae, are also provided.
Bringing together the experience of several experts from the well-known French school, this book offers a valuable companion for skilled experts and postgraduate students in various fields: orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, physiotherapy, rheumatology, musculoskeletal therapy, rehabilitation, and kinesiology.

Features
• Offers an exhaustive review of the current state of knowledge on spine anatomy
• Covers static and dynamic biomechanical concepts
• Shares the perspectives of the French school on knowledge of the spine