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  • Simplified Approach to Orthopedic Physiotherapy
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    12100lei 110.00 lei

    This book reflects the need for integral approach to physiotherapy. It is a book which can be used as a reference by the physiotherapy undergraduate and postgraduate students, researchers, academicians and clinical physiotherapists. This book aims at developing clinical reasoning and problem solving approach in treating various orthopedic conditions as well as providing theoretic base along. This book also seeks to teach the fundamental approach to physiotherapy practice so that the diagnosis and physiotherapy treatment are merged into established pattern. It elaborates the detailed information of all the possible musculoskeletal conditions with their pathophysiology, symptoms, epidemiology, assessment and diagnosis along with their surgical and nonsurgical management based on current rationale. This book includes the most accepted established exercise protocol which is an important way to provide evidence-based practice. An outstanding source of reference for clinical physiotherapists. Structured in accord of undergraduate and postgraduate physiotherapy course curriculums. Numerous illustrations, flowcharts and pictorial presentations have been used so as to make the reader clearly understand the concepts. Easy language makes this typical subject easy to understand even for naive readers. Covering a wide range of topics to develop necessary knowledge and skill for planning appropriate management.

  • 250.00 lei

    Have an idea for a new tool or instrument? This a great resource to use to bring your invention ideas to the bedside! Written for clinicians, researchers, students, and entrepreneurs, this concise yet comprehensive review presents a clear process to identify, invent, and implement new technology solutions that aid in effective and safe practice in orthopedic surgery. Includes practical advice on how to scope and scale markets, develop ideas within institutions, create business plans, and identify business partners. Written by a team of medical, engineering, and business experts, including executives from the equipment industry. Reflects the medical device industry's increased globalization and focus on value-conscious healthcare. Features stories of technological developments that have shaped modern orthopaedic surgery practice. Reviews and evaluates emerging technologies, including reasons for success, reasons for failure, and lessons that can be applied to new solutions. Enrich Your Ebook Reading Experience Read directly on your preferred device(s), such as computer, tablet, or smartphone.Easily convert to audiobook, powering your content with natural language text-to-speech.

    ·  Cover

    ·  Title

    ·  Copyright

    ·  Preface

    ·  Contributor List

    ·  Table of Contents

    ·  Chapter 1 Identifying an Unmet Need

    ·  Chapter 2 Market Analysis—Determining Market Size

    ·  Chapter 3 Competitive Analysis: Understanding Your Unique Market Position

    ·  Chapter 4 Forming a Solution: Defining Product Requirements Before Concept Development

    ·  Chapter 5 Vetting the Concept

    ·  Chapter 6 Prior Art Search: Can Your Solution be Patented?

    ·  Chapter 7 Concept Development, Selection, and Testing—Passion and Planning Go Hand-­in-­Hand

    ·  Chapter 8 Engineering Resources: First Steps to Making a Tangible Prototype

    ·  Chapter 9 Patent Strategy: How do You Protect Your Intellectual Property?

    ·  Chapter 10 Regulatory Basics: What Does it Take to Start Selling Your Device?

    ·  Chapter 11 Research and Development and The Importance of Testing

    ·  Chapter 12 What is Needed to Produce Medical Devices in Large Volumes?

    ·  Chapter 13 FDA Marketing Authorization: How to Get Your Device on The US Market

    ·  Chapter 14 Reimbursement Basics: Who is The Customer and How Will You Profit?

    ·  Chapter 15 Business Models

    ·  Chapter 16 Marketing, Sales, and Distribution

    ·  Chapter 17 Business Operations: What is Needed For Sustainable Revenues

    ·  Chapter 18 Funding Approaches: Who, When, Why, and in Exchange For What?

    ·  Chapter 19 Alternative Pathways: Reconsidering Licensing and/or Codevelopment

    ·  Chapter 20 Postlaunch Physician Relationships: How You Maintain Loyalty?

    ·  Chapter 21 Successful Exit: Acquisition Considerations

    ·  Chapter 22 Concept to Commercialization Case #1: Pioneering The X-­Stop Interspinous Decompression Device

    ·  Chapter 23 IlluminOss: The World’s First Patient-­Conforming Polymer Intramedullary Implant

    ·  Chapter 24 Concept to Commercialization: SOMAVAC® Sustained Vacuum System

    ·  Glossary

    ·  Index

     


  • 32500lei 260.00 lei

             This book is derived from Ronald McRae’s Pocketbook of Orthopaedics and Fractures, a highly successful ‘survival guide’ for the trainee working in accident and emergency or orthopaedic departments. Retaining the underlying principles of the original editions this comprehensive rewrite and re-presentation provides complete coverage of orthopaedic trauma surgery as relevant to contemporary practice.

    • This book is a fully rewritten text based on a classic textbook by Mr Ronald McRae.

         

    • Now in a larger page size the book contains over 500 illustrations all drawn in two colours for this new edition.

         

         

    • Over 250 x-rays accompany the text, many of which are connected with the line drawings to ease interpretation.

  • 28100lei 270.00 lei

    The Bone Book: An Orthopedic Pocket Manual is a complete guide to the essentials of orthopedics in today's busy hospital and outpatient settings. Concise chapters provide the basic knowledge that all orthopedic surgery residents, medical students, and supporting staff must know to handle the full range of conditions, injuries, and diseases for patients in the operating room and emergency department. Included are essentials of musculoskeletal anatomy, physical examination, orthopedic emergencies, and emergency room consults, including care for fractures, dislocations, bone/joint infections, and spinal cord injuries. Additional chapters cover operative room basics, such as patient positioning, prepping, and draping, and common orthopedic techniques, such as splinting, joint aspiration, and regional blocks. By compiling information commonly passed down from senior to junior surgeon, the authors have distilled a wide range of orthopedic fundamentals into one easy-to-read book.

  • 280.00 lei

    This book describes and illustrates the surgical techniques, implants, and technologies used for the purpose of personalized implantation of hip and knee components. This new and flourishing treatment philosophy offers important benefits over conventional systematic techniques, including component positioning appropriate to individual anatomy, improved surgical reproducibility and prosthetic performance, and a reduction in complications. The techniques described in the book aim to reproduce patients’ native anatomy and physiological joint laxity, thereby improving the prosthetic hip/knee kinematics and functional outcomes in the quest of the forgotten joint. They include kinematically aligned total knee/total hip arthroplasty, partial knee replacement, and hip resurfacing. The relevance of available and emerging technological tools for these personalized approaches is also explained, with coverage of, for example, robotics, computer-assisted surgery, and augmented reality. Each chapter is written by one or more surgeons who are considered world leaders in a specific field of this novel surgical philosophy. The book will be of value to a wide readership, from trainees at all levels to consultants practicing lower limb surgery.

  • 36500lei 315.00 lei

    Unsustainable healthcare costs and sophisticated predictive modeling based on large-scale medical data is rapidly changing models of healthcare delivery. The shift towards a value-based, consumer-driven industry has created an urgent need for validated tools to increase cost efficiency, reduce rates of adverse events, and improve patient outcomes. Value-based approaches to spine care will be presented, highlighting models for the future. These approaches stress cost effectiveness and sustainable approaches to spinal disease, where quality and safety are paramount.  
     
    Beginning with a review of current trends in health care delivery leading to more value-based platforms, the discussion then focuses on how modern spine care is being shaped by the aging population, scientific and technological advancements, and the economic impact of various treatment modalities, providing insight into the seminal efforts surrounding sustainable spine care guideline development. The over-utilization of spine fusion surgery and adult spinal deformity are presented as examples that have led to a decline in the value of care delivered, as well as how a multidisciplinary evaluation by the range of clinicians involved in spine surgery can revise recommendations for management. The benefits and risks of LEAN methodology for streamlining and standardizing spine care approaches are discussed, and the specific approach of the Seattle Spine Team is presented as an example of successful system-wide improvement. Similar changes to outcome measurement, specifically for adult spinal deformity, are described. Last, the future of technology in spine care is presented, including robotics, nanotechnology, 3D printing, and the use of biologics and biomaterials.
     
    Given the broad scope of topics covered in this book, the intended audience includes not only orthopedic and spinal surgeons, neurosurgeons, physiatrists, and medical students, residents and fellows, but also hospital CEOs, CMOs, administrators, health services researchers, and health care policymakers, consultants and strategists.

    ·  Front Matter

    ·  1. Macro Trends in Healthcare Delivery

    ·  2. Evaluating Policy Effects in the Treatment of Lumbar Fusion

    ·  3. The Bree Collaborative Bundle for Lumbar Fusion: Evolution of a Community Standard for Quality

    ·  4. Multidisciplinary Evaluation Improves the Value of Lumbar Spine Care

    ·  5. Using Lean Process Improvement to Enhance Safety and Value

    ·  6. The Seattle Spine Team Approach

    ·  7. Modifiable Factors in a Standard Work Protocol for Adult Deformity Surgery

    ·  8. Measuring Outcomes in Adult Spinal Deformity

    ·  9. Spine Safety: Optimum Integration of Technology

     

  • Handbook of Foot and Ankle Orthopedics
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    315.00 lei

    Foot and ankle orthopedics is the fastest developing orthopedic subspecialty in the Asia-Pacific region and the Handbook of Foot and Ankle Orthopedics is designed to be an indispensable guide for all general as well as specialist orthopedicians.

    The handbook covers a wide range of topics, including the general rules of foot and ankle examination, their investigation, rationale of prescription of foot and ankle orthotics, various malunions, management of foot and ankle trauma, diagnosis, and the management of common foot and ankle infections. It also explains the art of arthrodesis in a concise yet comprehensive manner. Its content is organized in a pointwise format, supported by algorithms, tables, illustrations and real clinical pictures for easy and quick reference by orthopedic surgeons. The chapters are contributed by internationally-renowned authors with years of clinical experience.

    Salient features

    • Comprehensive knowledge of all common and complex foot and ankle problems encountered in general orthopedic practice.
    • Clear goals and principles of management along with treatment solutions in keeping with the resources available in developing countries.
    • A simple approach to diagnosis and differential diagnosis of problems.
    • Special 'Tips and Tricks' section summarizing the important points at various places within and at the end of chapters.

  • Ankylosing Spondylitis
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    320.00 lei

    The first and only interdisciplinary guide dedicated to the subject, this reference leads readers through the pathogenic, genetic, clinical, and biomechanical aspects of ankylosing spondylitis (AS) and addresses issues related to outcomes assessment, medical treatment, surgical complications, disease management, and genetics.

  • 36400lei 320.00 lei

    The Johns Hopkins High-Yield Review for Orthopaedic Surgery is a compact, concise study tool to help residents prepare for Part 1 of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS) examination and the Orthopaedic In-Training Examination (OITE). The book is also ideal for seasoned clinicians studying for the ABOS recertification exams and motivated medical students preparing for orthopaedic surgery rotations. With its numerous illustrations, streamlined structure and heavily bulleted text, the book is designed as a 'memory-jogger' to supplement basic knowledge of fundamental orthopaedic surgery principles and procedures. Covers the most important, core exam material in a single, easy-to-use resource. Content is structured in a bulleted format throughout for rapid recall and effective absorption of information. Written by expert educators in the field of orthopaedic surgery. Enrich Your eBook Reading Experience Read directly on your preferred device(s), such as computer, tablet, or smartphone. Easily convert to audiobook, powering your content with natural language text-to-speech.

    ·  Cover Page

    ·  Title Page

    ·  Copyright Page

    ·  CONTRIBUTORS

    ·  FOREWORD

    ·  PREFACE

    ·  CONTENTS

    ·  1 Basic Science

    ·  2 Adult Reconstruction

    ·  3 Pediatrics

    ·  4 Hand and Wrist

    ·  5 Trauma

    ·  6 Sports Medicine

    ·  7 Shoulder and Elbow

    ·  8 Foot and Ankle

    ·  9 Spine

    ·  10 Oncology and Pathology

    ·  Appendix: Test-Taking Strategies

    ·  Index


  • 36500lei 330.00 lei

    This book provides a practical working guide to the most important peri-operative issues and medical problems found on the day-to-day ward management of trauma patients. Although aimed at medical students, orthopedic and surgical residents and foundation year pre-registration house officers, the style and content of the book will also appeal to senior medical students and senior house officers, and junior doctors in the acute specialties.

  • Knee Arthroscopy
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    340.00 lei

  • 42000lei 360.00 lei

    Description:

    Evidence suggests a direct correlation between the quality of postoperative orthopaedic rehabilitation and the effectiveness of the surgery. Clinical Orthopaedic Rehabilitation, 4th Edition, helps today’s orthopaedic teams apply the most effective, evidence-based protocols for maximizing return to function following common sports injuries and post-surgical conditions. Charles Giangarra, MD and Robert Manske, PT continue the commitment to excellence established by Dr. S. Brent Brotzman in previous editions, bringing a fresh perspective to the team approach to rehabilitation.

    Features:

    • Every section is written by a combination of surgeons, physical therapists, and occupational therapists, making this respected text a truly practical "how-to" guide for the appropriate initial exam, differential diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation.
    • Treatment and rehabilitation protocols are presented in a step-by-step, algorithmic format with each new phase begun after criteria are met (criteria-based progression, reflecting current best practice).
    • Expert Consult™ eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, videos, and references from the book on a variety of devices.

    New To This Edition:

    • Revised content brings you up to date with new evidence-based literature on examination techniques, classification systems, differential diagnosis, treatment options, and criteria-based rehabilitation protocols.
    • Extensive updates throughout include new chapters on: medial patellofemoral ligament, shoulder impingement, pec major ruptures, thoracic outlet syndrome, general humeral fractures, foot and ankle fractures, medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction, the arthritic hip, athletic pubalgia, and labral repair and reconstruction.
    • Easy-to-follow videos demonstrate rehabilitation procedures of frequently seen orthopaedic conditions and commonly used exercises, and new full-color images complement the highly visual nature of the text.

  • 45000lei 380.00 lei

    In this book, leading international thinkers in the still nascent field of orthopaedic sports medicine consider what the future holds and give their views on what we should be most worried about. The range of issues addressed is wide, encompassing technological threats, environmental concerns, big data and its ramifications, the influence of industry, academic ethics, and much more. Many of the identified dangers are not yet on the popular radar, and these are the principal focus of the book. On the other hand, attention is also paid to misplaced fears, with explanation as to why these anxieties can be laid to rest. The contributors are leading thinkers in the field and include original pioneers of sports medicine, senior and newly appointed orthopaedic surgeons, orthopaedic trainees, and sports medicine physicians. In addition, leaders of industry in sports medicine and allied health professionals from around the world share their fears. This compelling and thought-provoking book, published in collaboration with ISAKOS, will appeal to all stakeholders in orthopaedic sports medicine.

    ·  Cover

    ·  Front Matter

    ·  1. How Long Is a Piece of String?

    ·  2. I Worry that Informal Logic Will Take Over from Formal Logic

    ·  3. It’s Not You, It’s Me

    ·  4. Are We Losing Our Profession Through the Loss of Leadership?

    ·  5. BIG DATA: Revolution or Complication?

    ·  6. The Influence of Industry

    ·  7. Are We Stifling Innovation?

    ·  8. Don’t Get Dragged into the Gloom: Keep the Flame!

    ·  9. Pseudoscience and False Avenues

    ·  10. We’d Better Quit Now

    ·  11. Academic Integrity and the God of Data

    ·  12. Research Funding: Finding a Balance

    ·  13. From Science to Daily Practice: A Huge Gap! The Example of Meniscus Surgery

    ·  14. Living on the Edge

    ·  15. The Last Generation of Doctors

    ·  16. The Future of Orthopaedic Sports Medicine: It’s the Human Connection

    ·  17. The Meniscus Is the Most Important Piece of the Knee

    ·  18. Is Medicine Now a Science or Still an Art?

    ·  19. Let’s Get Back to Basics

    ·  20. We Should Be Worried, About Being Worried!

    ·  21. The End of Sports Surgery

    ·  22. Will Our Focus on Techniques and Technology to Improve Patient Outcomes Be at the Expense of a Loss of Clinical Judgement?

    ·  23. Are We Going Forward or Standing Still?

    ·  24. Please Take Your Time: A Research Perspective

    ·  25. What’s in It for Me?

    ·  26. Social Media in Sports Medicine

    ·  27. Biologic and Regenerative Medicine: The Balance Between Promise and Proven

    ·  28. There Are No Facts, Only Interpretations

    ·  29. Increased Incidence of Sports Trauma in Children. Is It Time to Worry?

    ·  30. Persistent Lack of Patient Treatment Outcome Information for Patients, Therapists, and Surgeons

    ·  31. The Perils and Potentials of Biologic Therapies

    ·  32. Am I a Robot or a Surgeon?

    ·  33. Who Will Guard the Guardians?

    ·  34. Don’t Wait to Worry!

    ·  35. The Threat of Fake News!

    ·  36. The Big Bang and Its Fall Out

    ·  37. First the Process, Then the Art of Medicine? The Gruyère Theory

    ·  38. The Complexity of a ‘Rope’

    ·  39. If You Don’t Know Where You Are Going, Any Road Will Take You There!

    ·  40. What’s the Use in Worrying?

    ·  41. High-Technology Technicians Versus Bedside Doctors

    ·  42. Surgery Is Overvalued and Rehabilitation Undervalued Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury

    ·  43. The Professional Responsibility of Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Surgeons as Advocates for Sports Injury Prevention

    ·  44. Digitalization and Machine Learning

    ·  45. Worried About the Vision

    ·  46. Why Are ACL Injury Prevention Programs Not Being Implemented More Widely?

    ·  47. Think of the Children

    ·  48. Mentoring in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine

    ·  49. Challenges of Certification and Training: Looking into the Future

    ·  50. Technology and Sports Medicine: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    ·  51. Will It Be Possible to Perform a 99% Perfect ACL Reconstruction in the Future?

    ·  52. The Good and the Bad of Evidence-Based Medicine and the Challenge of Practising in a Time of Increased Connectivity and Artificial Intelligence

    ·  53. Preventing Osteoarthritis in Young Patients After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury

    ·  54. The Danger of Making Decisions for Evolution, Quality of Care, and Education Based on National Health Data

    ·  55. When Dogmas Are Not Revised Soon, Our Sportsmen’s Hips and Knees Will Not Be Preserved but Instead Replaced

    ·  56. Ingenuity, Intellectual Integrity, Honesty, and Collaboration Will Be the Key to Our Future

    ·  57. A Lot Done, More to Do!


  • 39400lei 385.00 lei

    There is a saying that "hand surgery without a tourniquet is like repairing a clock in a barrel full of dark ink." Operating without a sound fundamental knowledge of anatomy can be compared to "stirring around in the soup." Classic anatomy instruction covers only a fraction of the area of hand surgery: bones, muscles/ligaments, vessels, and nerves. The many different connective-tissue structures are often only briefly highlighted. The complex interaction of the various structures remains a mystery to most. This book presents the specialty of applied anatomy and is intended for medical professionals involved with the hand and its functionality: hand surgeons, trauma specialists, orthopaedists, plastic surgeons, occupational therapists, and physio-therapists.

    Key Features:

    • Almost 150 illustrations, anatomical drawings, and photos of anatomy in vivo.
    • Part 1 deals with the anatomy and functional anatomy of the hand
    • Part 2 is dedicated to the surface anatomy of the structures of the forearm, wrist, and hand

  • 47000lei 390.00 lei

    Description:

    The latest techniques and advances in the field … cutting-edge clinical and surgical knowledge … a clear, bulleted format … it all adds up to the fully revised 2nd Edition of Core Knowledge in Orthopaedics: Foot and Ankle. Perfect for exam review or in preparation for rotations or a challenging clinical case, this easy-to-use resource is designed for busy orthopaedic residents and fellows as well as practitioners who want a quick review of the foot and ankle.

    • Brings you fully up to date with current techniques and advances in the area of foot and ankle, including new developments in orthotics, ankle fractures, Achilles injuries, and more.
    • Features a new, full-color design throughout, plus new chapters on Hallux Rigidus and Sesamoid Pathology and Osteochondral Lesions of Talus.
    • Presents new and fully revised information in a bulleted, templated format, with summary tables that help you find and retain key information.
    • Includes key facts for quick review and selected references for further reading in every chapter.
    • Shares the knowledge and experience of two experts in the field, Drs. Justin K. Greisberg and J. Turner Vosseller.

     

    ·  Chapter 1: Anatomy and Biomechanics

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Evolution of Modern Foot and Comparative Anatomy

    ·  Anatomy of Foot

    ·  Chapter 2: Physical Examination and Imaging

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Inspection, Palpation, and Motion

    ·  Gastrocnemius Contracture

    ·  Stability

    ·  1st-Ray Mobility

    ·  Strength

    ·  Vascular Examination

    ·  Sensation

    ·  Alignment

    ·  Chapter 3: Orthotics and Prosthetics

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Types of Orthoses

    ·  Prefabricated Foot Orthoses

    ·  Custom Foot Orthoses

    ·  Treatment Effects of Orthotics

    ·  Material Selection

    ·  Indications for Soft, Semirigid, and Rigid Orthoses

    ·  Specific Indications and Prescription Guidelines for Foot Orthoses

    ·  Chapter 4: Flatfoot

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Arches of Foot

    ·  Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction

    ·  Treatment

    ·  Chapter 5: Cavus/Neuromuscular Foot

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Neuromuscular Deformity

    ·  Evaluation of Neuromuscular Patient

    ·  Principles of Treatment of Neuromuscular Cavus Foot

    ·  Foot Drop

    ·  Peroneal Nerve Palsy

    ·  Deformity From Untreated Compartment Syndrome

    ·  Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease (Hereditary Sensory Motor Neuropathy)

    ·  Poliomyelitis

    ·  Surgical Procedures for Severe Dysplastic Cavus Foot

    ·  Summary of Cavus Foot Surgery

    ·  Chapter 6: Diabetic Foot

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Diabetic Vascular Disease

    ·  Diabetic Neuropathy

    ·  Healing in Diabetes

    ·  Equinus Contracture in Diabetes

    ·  Diabetic Foot Care and Ulcer Prevention

    ·  Foot and Ankle Ulcers

    ·  Charcot Foot (Neuroarthropathy)

    ·  Chapter 7: Hallux Valgus

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  TERMINOLOGY

    ·  Epidemiology

    ·  Etiology

    ·  Associated Symptoms

    ·  History and Physical Examination

    ·  Radiographic Examination

    ·  Treatment

    ·  Chapter 8: Hallux Rigidus and Sesamoid Pathology

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  TERMINOLOGY

    ·  EPIDEMIOLOGY

    ·  Etiology

    ·  History and Physical Exam Findings

    ·  Imaging

    ·  Classification

    ·  Treatment

    ·  Sesamoid Pathology

    ·  Chapter 9: Lesser Toe Disorders and Metatarsalgia

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Hammer Toes, Mallet Toes, and Claw Toes

    ·  2nd Metatarsophalangeal Joint Instability

    ·  Bunionette Deformity

    ·  Freiberg Infraction

    ·  Intractable Plantar Keratosis

    ·  Interdigital Corns

    ·  Chapter 10: Ankle Arthritis

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Posttraumatic

    ·  Biology of Ankle Cartilage

    ·  Evaluation of Arthritic Ankle

    ·  Nonsurgical Treatment

    ·  Surgical Treatment

    ·  Arthrodesis

    ·  Arthroplasty

    ·  Amputation

    ·  Chapter 11: Heel Pain

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Normal Heel Anatomy

    ·  Plantar Fasciitis

    ·  Plantar Nerve Impingement

    ·  Fat Pad Atrophy

    ·  Calcaneal Stress Fracture

    ·  Cavus Foot Pain

    ·  Enthesopathy

    ·  Chapter 12: Achilles Tendinosis and Rupture

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Clinical Anatomy

    ·  Pathology

    ·  History and Physical Exam Findings

    ·  Treatment

    ·  Chapter 13: Other Tendon Disorders

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  TERMINOLOGY

    ·  Peroneal Tendons

    ·  History and Physical Examination

    ·  Treatment

    ·  Anterior Tibial Tendon

    ·  History and Physical Examination

    ·  Treatment

    ·  Flexor Hallucis Longus

    ·  History and Physical Examination

    ·  Treatment

    ·  Extensor Hallucis Longus

    ·  History and Physical Examination

    ·  Treatment

    ·  Chapter 14: Ankle Instability

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  TERMINOLOGY

    ·  ANATOMY/BIOMECHANICS

    ·  Acute Lateral Ankle Ligament Injuries

    ·  Chronic Ankle Instability

    ·  Syndesmosis Instability

    ·  Deltoid Injury

    ·  Chapter 15: Osteochondral Lesions of Talus

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Overview

    ·  Natural History

    ·  Classification

    ·  History and Physical

    ·  Treatment

    ·  Chapter 16: Ankle Fractures

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Overview

    ·  Anatomy

    ·  Classification

    ·  General Treatment

    ·  Other Considerations

    ·  Chapter 17: Tibial Pilon Fractures

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  TERMINOLOGY

    ·  Anatomy

    ·  Understanding Injury

    ·  Management of Pilon Fractures

    ·  Outcomes

    ·  Complications

    ·  Chapter 18: Calcaneus Fractures

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Historical Perspective

    ·  Mechanism of Injury

    ·  Initial Evaluation and Management

    ·  Classification

    ·  Operative vs. Nonoperative Treatment

    ·  Treatment of Extraarticular Calcaneus Fractures

    ·  Treatment of Intraarticular Calcaneus Fractures

    ·  Blast Injuries

    ·  Complications

    ·  Late Reconstruction

    ·  Chapter 19: Talus Fractures

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Background

    ·  Anatomy

    ·  Vascular Anatomy

    ·  Talar Body Fractures

    ·  Posteromedial Talar Body Fractures

    ·  Talar Neck Fractures

    ·  Lateral Process Fracture

    ·  Osteonecrosis

    ·  Nonunion and Malunion

    ·  Chapter 20: Navicular and Cuboid Fractures

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Anatomy and Function of Midfoot

    ·  Navicular Fractures

    ·  Navicular Stress Fractures

    ·  Cuboid Fractures

    ·  Chapter 21: Lisfranc and Midfoot Injuries

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Anatomy and Function of Midfoot

    ·  Cuneiform Fractures

    ·  Lisfranc Injuries

    ·  Chapter 22: Metatarsal Fractures

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Forefoot Structure

    ·  Metatarsal Fractures

    ·  Phalangeal Fractures

    ·  Open Fractures and Lawn Mower Injuries

    ·  Chapter 23: Tumors of Foot and Ankle

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Clinical Evaluation

    ·  Biopsy and Surgical Excision

    ·  Staging

    ·  Bone Lesions

    ·  Soft Tissue Lesions

    ·  Chapter 24: Amputations

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Indications

    ·  Level of Amputation

    ·  Physiology of Amputation: Energy Expenditure

    ·  Surgical Technique

    ·  Specific Levels of Amputation and Disarticulation

    ·  Chapter 25: Pediatric Foot and Ankle Disorders

    ·  KEY FACTS

    ·  Clubfoot

    ·  Flatfeet

    ·  Tarsal Coalitions

    ·  Congenital Vertical Talus

    ·  Accessory Navicular

    ·  Miscellaneous Forefoot Deformities

    ·  Transitional Fractures

    ·  Overuse Injuries of Foot and Ankle in Children

  • 44500lei 420.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. The #1 orthopaedic evidence-based textbook and reference guide Dutton’s Orthopaedic: Examination, Evaluation and Intervention provides readers with a systematic logical approach to the examination and intervention of the orthopedic patient. This comprehensive and up-to-date fifth edition strikes the perfect balance in its coverage of the continuum of care of an orthopaedic patient. The content emphasizes the appropriate use of manual techniques and therapeutic exercise while outlining the correct applications of multiple adjuncts to the rehabilitative process. The content reflects the consistent unified voice of a single author–a prominent practicing therapist who delivers step-by-step guidance on the anatomy, biomechanics, examination, and treatment of each joint and region. This in-depth coverage leads you logically through the systems review and differential diagnosis aided by decision-making algorithms and features new coverage on balance, pain assessment, and concussions. New videos on testing and method techniques are available on AccessPT. This edition has an added 10-15 case studies as well as updated chapters to reflect the latest research and treatment techniques.

     

    ·  Introduction

    ·  SECTION I ANATOMY

    ·  1   The Musculoskeletal System

    ·  2   Tissue Behavior, Injury, Healing, and Treatment

    ·  3   The Nervous System

    ·  SECTION II EXAMINATION AND EVALUATION

    ·  4   Patient/Client Management

    ·  5   Differential Diagnosis

    ·  6   Gait and Posture Analysis

    ·  7   Imaging Studies in Orthopaedics

    ·  SECTION III INTERVENTION

    ·  8   The Intervention

    ·  9   Pharmacology for the Orthopaedic Physical Therapist

    ·  10   Manual Techniques

    ·  11   Neurodynamic Mobility and Mobilizations

    ·  12   Improving Muscle Performance

    ·  13   Improving Mobility

    ·  14   Improving Neuromuscular Control

    ·  15   Improving Cardiovascular Endurance

    ·  SECTION IV THE EXTREMITIES

    ·  16   The Shoulder

    ·  17   Elbow Complex

    ·  18   The Forearm, Wrist, and Hand

    ·  19   Hip Joint Complex

    ·  20   The Knee Joint Complex

    ·  21   Lower Leg, Ankle, and Foot

    ·  SECTION V THE SPINE AND TMJ

    ·  22   Vertebral Column

    ·  23   The Craniovertebral Region

    ·  24   Vertebral Artery

    ·  25   The Cervical Spine

    ·  26   The Temporomandibular Joint

    ·  27   The Thoracic Spine

    ·  28   Lumbar Spine

    ·  29   The Sacroiliac Joint

    ·  SECTION VI SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS

    ·  30   Special Populations

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    Description:

    Designed with the practicing clinician in mind, Biologics in Orthopaedic Surgery provides a succinct, easy-to-digest overview of the integration of biologics (platelet-rich-plasma [PRP], bone marrow aspirate [BMA], and stem cells) into today’s orthopaedic practice. Covering relevant basic science as well as clinical applications, this concise reference takes a head-to-toe approach to the emerging role of orthobiologics for specific conditions and procedures, in addition to future directions for implementation.

    Features:

    Bridges the gap between research and the clinical setting, providing guidance on using recent transformative discoveries in real-world practice.

    Covers applications in sports medicine, general orthopaedics, and musculoskeletal oncology.

    Addresses specific key topics such as FDA regulations and impact, rotator cuff augmentation, osteoarthritis, meniscal transplantation, regenerative engineering, and much more.

    Consolidates today’s available information on this timely topic into one convenient resource.

    Table Of Contents:

    Preface

    Section 1: Introduction

    1. The Role of OrthoBiologics in orthopedics

    2. FDA regulations and impact

    Section 2: Basic Science

    3. Growth Factors

    4. Cells

    5. Tissues

    Section 3: Clinical Applications in Sports Medicine

    6. Biologics in Sports Medicine - Introduction

    7. Rotator cuff augmentation

    8. Bone Loss in the upper extremity

    9. Preserving articular cartilage in the knee

    10. Orthobiologics in osteoarthritis

    11. Ligament reconstruction in the knee

    12. Treating the subchondral environment and avascular necrosis

    Section 4: Clinical Applications in General Orthopaedics

    13. Biologics in Hand and Wrist surgery

    14. Biologic Augmentation in Peripheral Nerve Repair

    15. Biologics in Spine Surgery

    16. Biologics in Foot and Ankle Surgery

    17. Biologics in Fracture Care

    18. Biologics in Musculoskeletal Oncology

    Section 5: Future Directions

    19. Regenerative Engineering

       

     

  • Revision Total Joint Arthroplasty
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    This comprehensive book is devoted to revision total joint arthroplasty and provides state-of-the-art guidance in a field where level-I evidence is difficult to produce. In the book’s respective sections, each of which focuses on a specific joint – the knee, hip, shoulder, elbow, or ankle – readers will learn how to manage these complex surgical techniques. Each section thoroughly describes the epidemiology, causes and surgical techniques, as well as clinical results and complications. Filling an important gap in a rapidly evolving field, this book will appeal to all healthcare workers involved in the care of affected patients, including orthopedic surgeons and fellows, rehabilitation specialists, pain physicians, podiatrists and nurses.

    ·  Cover

    ·  Front Matter

    ·  1. Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty: Epidemiology and Causes

    ·  2. Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty: Surgical Technique

    ·  3. Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty: Complications and Results

    ·  4. Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty: Epidemiology and Causes

    ·  5. Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty: Surgical Technique

    ·  6. Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty: Complications and Results

    ·  7. Revision Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: Epidemiology and Causes

    ·  8. Revision Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: Surgical Technique

    ·  9. Revision Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: Complications and Results

    ·  10. Revision Total Elbow Arthroplasty: Epidemiology and Causes

    ·  11. Revision Total Elbow Arthroplasty: Surgical Technique

    ·  12. Revision Total Elbow Arthroplasty: Complications and Results

    ·  13. Revision Total Ankle Arthroplasty: Epidemiology and Causes

    ·  14. Revision Total Ankle Arthroplasty: Surgical Technique

    ·  15. Revision Total Ankle Arthroplasty: Complications and Results


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    This book provides a practical guide detailing the aetiology, diagnosis, relevant pathology, management principles, and outcomes of a variety of injuries to the shoulder including rotator cuff disorders, glenoid bone loss, and pectoralis major ruptures in both elite and non-elite athletes. Each chapter features clinical pearls and a question and answer section to emphasize key points. Sports Injuries of the Shoulder is an essential book for those seeking an up-to-date resource. It is aimed at sports doctors and musculoskeletal doctors; senior orthopedic trainees with an interest in upper limb and those preparing for the FRCSOrth exam and similar international exams, as well as surgeons with a particular interest in shoulder conditions.

    ·  Cover

    ·  Front Matter

    ·  1. Clinical Anatomy and Biomechanics of the Sporting Shoulder

    ·  2. Shoulder Injuries in Overhead Athletes

    ·  3. Shoulder Injuries in Contact Athletes

    ·  4. Scapular Dyskinesis in Athletes

    ·  5. Rotator Cuff Disorders in Athletes

    ·  6. Labral Injuries in Athletes

    ·  7. Glenoid Bone Loss in Athletes

    ·  8. Acromioclavicular Joint Injuries

    ·  9. The Sternoclavicular Joint

    ·  10. Clavicle Fractures

    ·  11. Glenohumeral Arthritis in Athletes

    ·  12. Pectoralis Major Ruptures

    ·  13. Principles of Sport-Specific Rehabilitation

    ·  Back Matter


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    This volume of Orthopedic Clinics will focus on Reconstruction in orthopedic surgery. Edited by members of a distinguished board from the Campbell Clinic, including Dr. Frederick Azar as editor-in-chief, each issue features several articles from the key subspecialty areas of knee and hip, hand and wrist, shoulder and elbow, foot and ankle, pediatrics, and trauma. Topics discussed in the issue will include: Current Techniques in Scapholunate Ligament Reconstruction, Reconstructive Options for Proximal Humeral Bone Loss in Shoulder Arthroplasty, Osteochondral Reconstruction of the Capitellum, Flexible Flatfoot Reconstruction, Peroneal Tendon Reconstruction, among others.

    ·  Cover image

    ·  Title page

    ·  Table of Contents

    ·  Copyright

    ·  Editorial Board

    ·  Contributors

    ·  Forthcoming Issues

    ·  Preface

    ·  Knee and Hip Reconstruction

    ·  Safety and Cost-Effectiveness of Outpatient Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty in the Ambulatory Surgery Center: A Matched Cohort Study

    ·  Key points

    ·  Methods

    ·  Results

    ·  Discussion

    ·  Summary

    ·  Topical Tranexamic Acid Is Effective in Cementless Total Knee Arthroplasty

    ·  Key points

    ·  Methods

    ·  Surgical technique

    ·  Results

    ·  Discussion

    ·  Summary

    ·  Trauma

    ·  Open Reduction and Internal Fixation Plus Total Hip Arthroplasty for the Acute Treatment of Older Patients with Acetabular Fracture: Surgical Techniques

    ·  Key points

    ·  Introduction

    ·  What bony landmarks are important for acetabular component stability?

    ·  Is open reduction and internal fixation always necessary before total hip arthroplasty?

    ·  Surgical technique for total hip arthroplasty alone through an anterior approach for posterior wall fractures

    ·  In cases where open reduction and internal fixation is required

    ·  Open reduction and internal fixation plus total hip arthroplasty through an anterior (Levine) approach to the acetabulum

    ·  Open reduction and internal fixation plus concomitant total hip arthroplasty through a Kocher-Langenbeck approach

    ·  Acute Distal Femoral Replacement for Fractures About the Knee in the Elderly

    ·  Key points

    ·  Introduction: nature of the problem

    ·  Terminology

    ·  Indications and contraindications for use

    ·  Preoperative care

    ·  Intraoperative technique

    ·  Postoperative care

    ·  Outcomes

    ·  Future work

    ·  Summary

    ·  Pediatrics

    ·  Treatment for Post-Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis Deformity

    ·  Key points

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Pathology

    ·  Assessment

    ·  Hip arthroscopy

    ·  Open osteochondroplasty

    ·  Intertrochanteric osteotomy

    ·  Summary

    ·  Pediatric Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

    ·  Key points

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Anatomy and function of the anterior cruciate ligament

    ·  Clinical evaluation of an anterior cruciate ligament tear

    ·  Assessing skeletal maturity

    ·  Physeal anatomy and anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction

    ·  Operative treatment

    ·  Physeal-sparing anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction

    ·  All-epiphyseal anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction

    ·  Partial transphyseal anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction

    ·  Transphyseal anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction

    ·  Authors’ preferred approach

    ·  Rehabilitation

    ·  Summary

    ·  Hand and Wrist

    ·  Scaphoid Reconstruction

    ·  Key points

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Scaphoid nonunion with no carpal malalignment

    ·  Scaphoid nonunion with carpal collapse

    ·  Scaphoid nonunion with avascular proximal poles

    ·  Salvage procedures

    ·  Summary

    ·  Current Techniques in Scapholunate Ligament Reconstruction

    ·  Key points

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Anatomy and biomechanics

    ·  Classification

    ·  Treatment options

    ·  Summary

    ·  Shoulder and Elbow

    ·  Proximal Humeral Bone Loss in Revision Shoulder Arthroplasty

    ·  Key points

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Classification

    ·  Preoperative planning

    ·  Reconstructive options

    ·  Approach

    ·  Humeral component removal

    ·  Reconstruction options

    ·  Postoperative care

    ·  Outcomes

    ·  Summary

    ·  Osteochondral Reconstruction of the Capitellum

    ·  Key points

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Cause

    ·  Symptoms

    ·  Physical examination findings

    ·  Imaging

    ·  Characterizing the osteochondritis dissecans lesion

    ·  Treatment

    ·  Indications/contraindications

    ·  Complications

    ·  Summary

    ·  Foot and Ankle

    ·  Outcomes of Reconstruction of the Flexible Adult-acquired Flatfoot Deformity

    ·  Key points

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Clinical outcomes in flexible adult-acquired flatfoot deformity

    ·  Summary

    ·  Peroneal Tendon Pathology: Treatment and Reconstruction of Peroneal Tears and Instability

    ·  Key points

    ·  Introduction

    ·  Anatomy

    ·  Biomechanics

    ·  Incidence and etiologic factors

    ·  Classification of peroneal tendon dislocation

    ·  Clinical presentation

    ·  Imaging

    ·  Treatment

    ·  Outcomes

    ·  Summary


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    Get a quick, expert overview of current diagnosis and management of scaphoid fractures with this concise, practical resource by Drs. Geert Buijze and Jesse B. Jupiter. This easy-to-read reference presents a summary of today's best evidence-based approaches to diagnosis and management in this critical area. Provides must-know information on scaphoid fractures, including how to apply evidence-based management, anatomy, diagnosis, acute fracture management, malunion treatment, and nonunion management. Presents case scenarios followed by discussions of the importance of the problem, current opinion, evidence, and key recommendations. Consolidates today's evidence-based information on scaphoid fractures into one convenient resource.

  • 59000lei 500.00 lei

    Miller's Review of Orthopaedics has long been considered the go-to certification and recertification review guide for every orthopaedic resident, fellow, and surgeon - and the 8th Edition has been fully revised to efficiently and effectively prepare you for exam success. Drs. Mark D. Miller and Stephen R. Thompson, along with expert contributors in the field, ensure that this bestselling review tool provides you with maximum knowledge in the least amount of time, keeping you up to date with the latest medical advances and helping you improve the safety, effectiveness, and efficiency of your practice. Contains content current in scope and emphasis for the ABOS (American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery) and OITE (Orthopaedic In-Service Training Exam), using detailed illustrations, surgical photos, and a succinct outline format. Ensures that you spend time studying only high-yield, testable material presented in a concise, readable format, including key points, multiple-choice review questions, quick-reference tables, pathology slides, bulleted text, "testable facts" in every chapter, and more. Includes new, detailed figures that show multiple key concepts in one figure to provide you with a full visual understanding of complex topics. Additional new figures cover important concepts such as tendinopathies, compression syndromes, wrist pathologies, rheumatoid arthritis syndromes of the hand and wrist, motor and sensory inner action of the upper extremity, and much more. Provides video clips and short-answer questions online for easy access. 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.

  • Surgery for Rheumatic Diseases
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    This operative atlas is a detailed guide to the most important standard surgical options for advanced rheumatic disease. Procedures are presented with a rich variety of color photographs and exquisite illustrations.

    The concept

    • Clearly laid out representation of all standard procedures in orthopaedic surgery for rheumatic diseases, with emphasis on the hand and foot
    • Concise and consistently structured texts make for efficient uptake of the material
    • Adjunct information on indications, patient communications, instruments, positioning, approaches, key incisions, complications, and aftercare
    • Detailed photographs illustrate the procedures step by step
    • Precise drawings support comprehension of the anatomic relationships involved in each step of the procedure

    Contents-richly and realistically illustrated

    • More than 400 superb images, showing all relevant details of anatomy and individual surgical steps
    • The focus is on procedures for the hand and foot, while the elbow, shoulder, ankle, knee, hip and spine are also shown in detail

  • 540.00 lei

     

    Part of the popular Tips and Tricks series, Illustrated Tips and Tricks in Hip and Knee Reconstruction provides succinct and practical advice acquired from years of professional practice in hip and knee surgery. Led by Drs. Daniel Berry and Marc Pagnano of the Mayo Clinic, this visually stunning reference focuses exclusively on detailed descriptions of technical tips and tricks for all aspects of hip and knee reconstruction. This unique approach is highly useful to orthopaedic surgery fellows and residents – anyone who would benefit from exposure to the wisdom that experienced attending surgeons pass on to those who are training in this complex field.

    • Presents practical knowledge and insight gleaned from years of surgical experience, with content oversight provided by Dr. Daniel Berry (hip) and Dr. Marc Pagnano (knee).
    • Takes a unique issue/solution approach, offering up-to-date guidance that can be applied in contemporary surgical practice.
    • Features concise, bulleted text and hundreds of high-quality illustrations.
    • Covers total hip and knee arthroplasties, revision hip and knee arthroplasties, hip arthroscopy, hip resurfacing, osteotomies for the hip and knee, unicondylar knee replacement, and more.

    Enhance Your eBook Reading Experience:

    • Read directly on your preferred device(s), such as computer, tablet, or smartphone.
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    Table of Contents
    :

    1.    Cover

    2.    Title Page

    3.    Copyright

    4.    Dedication

    5.    Foreword

    6.    Acknowledgments

    7.    Contributors

    8.    Table of Contents

    9.    Part I Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty

    10.  Section A Preoperative Planning/Templating for Primary THA

    11.  1 Preoperative Planning and Templating for Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty

    12.  Introduction

    13.  History

    14.  Physical Examination

    15.  Radiographs

    16.  Templating

    17.  Section B Surgical Exposures

    18.  2 Posterior Approach

    19.  Key Concepts

    20.  Sterile Instruments and Implants

    21.  Preoperative Planning

    22.  Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    23.  Introduction

    24.  Technique

    25.  Postoperative care

    26.  3 Anterolateral Approaches

    27.  Key Concepts

    28.  Sterile Instruments and Implants

    29.  Instruments

    30.  Implants

    31.  Positioning

    32.  Surgical Approach (for Lateral Decubitus Position; Modify as Needed for Supine Position)

    33.  Postoperative Care

    34.  4 Direct Anterior Approach

    35.  Key Concepts

    36.  Indications

    37.  Technical Considerations

    38.  Sterile Instruments and Implants

    39.  Instruments

    40.  Implants

    41.  Positioning

    42.  Surgical Approach

    43.  5 Transtrochanteric Approaches

    44.  Key Concepts

    45.  Sterile Instruments and Implants

    46.  Positioning

    47.  Surgical Approaches

    48.  Preoperative Planning

    49.  Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    50.  Conventional Greater Trochanteric Osteotomy

    51.  Greater Trochanteric Slide

    52.  Extended Greater Trochanteric Osteotomy

    53.  Postoperative Management

    54.  Section C Primary THA Implants

    55.  6 Uncemented Acetabular Components

    56.  Key Concepts

    57.  Sterile Instruments and Implants

    58.  Positioning

    59.  Surgical Approaches

    60.  Preoperative Planning

    61.  Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    62.  Postoperative Care

    63.  7 Uncemented Tapered Stems

    64.  Key Concepts

    65.  Sterile Instruments and Implants

    66.  Surgical Approaches

    67.  Preoperative Planning

    68.  Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    69.  Ream and Broach

    70.  Broach Only

    71.  Postoperative Care

    72.  8 Uncemented Cylindrical Stems

    73.  Key Concepts

    74.  Sterile Instruments and Implants

    75.  Surgical Approaches

    76.  Preoperative Planning

    77.  Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    78.  Femoral Neck Osteotomy

    79.  Exposure

    80.  Starting Point

    81.  Reaming

    82.  Broaching

    83.  Trialing and Radiographs

    84.  Final Implantation

    85.  Postoperative Care

    86.  9 Uncemented Modular Stems

    87.  Key Concepts

    88.  Sterile Instruments and Implants

    89.  Instruments

    90.  Implants

    91.  Positioning

    92.  Surgical Approaches

    93.  Preoperative Planning

    94.  Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    95.  Postoperative Care

    96.  10 Uncemented Tapered Fluted Stems

    97.  Key Concepts

    98.  Sterile Instruments and Implants

    99.  Surgical Approaches

    100.               Preoperative Planning

    101.               Bone/Implant/Soft Tissue Techniques

    102.               Postoperative Management

    103.               11 Cemented Stems

    104.               Key Concepts

    105.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    106.               Positioning

    107.               Surgical Approaches

    108.               Preoperative Planning

    109.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    110.               Postoperative Care

    111.               Section D Primary THA in Specific Conditions

    112.               12 Acute Hip Fracture

    113.               Key Concepts

    114.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    115.               Surgical Approaches

    116.               Preoperative Planning

    117.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    118.               Postoperative Care

    119.               13 Failed Previous Hip Fracture

    120.               Key Concepts

    121.               Sterile Instruments/Implants

    122.               Positioning

    123.               Surgical Approaches

    124.               Preoperative Planning

    125.               Bone/Implant/Soft Tissue Techniques

    126.               Failed Femoral Neck Fracture

    127.               Failed Intertrochanteric Fracture

    128.               Postoperative Care

    129.               14 Previous Acetabular Fracture

    130.               Key Concepts

    131.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    132.               Surgical Approaches

    133.               Preoperative Planning

    134.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    135.               Postoperative Care

    136.               15 Hip Dysplasia

    137.               Key Concepts

    138.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    139.               Surgical Approaches

    140.               Preoperative Planning

    141.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    142.               Postoperative Care

    143.               16 High Hip Dysplasia

    144.               Key Concepts

    145.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    146.               Positioning

    147.               Surgical Approaches

    148.               Preoperative Planning

    149.               Bone/Implant/Soft Tissue Techniques

    150.               Postoperative Management

    151.               17 Acetabular Protrusio

    152.               Key Concepts

    153.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    154.               Instruments

    155.               Implants

    156.               Positioning

    157.               Surgical Approaches

    158.               Preoperative Planning

    159.               Bone/Implant/Soft Tissue Techniques

    160.               Postoperative Care

    161.               18 Proximal Femoral Deformity

    162.               Key Concepts

    163.               Sterile Instruments/Implants

    164.               Positioning

    165.               Surgical Approaches

    166.               Preoperative Planning

    167.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    168.               Proximal Level Deformities

    169.               Distal Level Deformities

    170.               Subtrochanteric Level Deformities

    171.               If a Corrective Osteotomy Will be Utilized (Figure 18.9)

    172.               Postoperative Management

    173.               19 Previous Hip Fusion

    174.               Key Concepts

    175.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    176.               Instruments

    177.               Implants

    178.               Positioning

    179.               Surgical Approaches

    180.               Preoperative Planning

    181.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    182.               Acetabular Preparation

    183.               Femoral Preparation

    184.               Trialing

    185.               Wound Closure

    186.               Postoperative Care

    187.               20 Total Hip Arthroplasty for Oncologic Conditions

    188.               Key Concepts

    189.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    190.               Instruments

    191.               Acetabular Implants

    192.               Femoral Implants

    193.               Positioning

    194.               Surgical Approaches

    195.               Preoperative Planning

    196.               Bone/Implant/Soft Tissue Techniques

    197.               Cup-Cage Construct

    198.               Custom Components

    199.               Femoral Reconstruction for Metastatic Lesions

    200.               Femoral Reconstruction for Primary Lesions

    201.               Postoperative Care

    202.               Part II Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty

    203.               Section A Preoperative Planning/Templating for Revision THA

    204.               21 Preoperative Evaluation, Planning, and Templating for Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty

    205.               Preoperative Evaluation

    206.               History

    207.               Physical Examination

    208.               Radiographs

    209.               Tests

    210.               Preoperative Planning

    211.               Bone Reconstruction

    212.               Hip Stability

    213.               Closure

    214.               Templating

    215.               Section B Exposures and Implant Removal in Revision THA

    216.               22 Choosing the Exposure

    217.               Key Concepts

    218.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    219.               Instruments

    220.               Implants

    221.               Positioning

    222.               Surgical Approach

    223.               Preoperative Planning

    224.               Record Review

    225.               Laboratory Workup

    226.               Imaging

    227.               Indications

    228.               Exposure Options: Approaches

    229.               Direct Anterior Approach

    230.               Anterolateral Approach

    231.               Posterolateral Approach

    232.               Conventional Trochanteric Osteotomy

    233.               Trochanteric Slide Osteotomy

    234.               Laterally Based Extended Trochanteric Osteotomy

    235.               Wagner (Anterior-Based) Extended Trochanteric Osteotomy

    236.               Transfemoral Approach

    237.               Revision Scenarios

    238.               Insert Exchange for Wear/Instability

    239.               Straight Forward Acetabular Component Revision

    240.               Complex Acetabular Revision

    241.               Additional Comments

    242.               Femoral Revision: Loose Stem/Mild Bone Loss

    243.               Femoral Revision: Well-Fixed Cemented Stem

    244.               Femoral Revision: Well-Fixed Uncemented Stem

    245.               Femoral Revision: With Femoral Bone Deformity

    246.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    247.               Postoperative Care

    248.               23 Extended Greater Trochanteric Osteotomies

    249.               Key Concepts

    250.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    251.               Surgical Approaches

    252.               Preoperative Planning

    253.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    254.               Lateral Extended Trochanteric Osteotomy

    255.               Removal of Stem

    256.               Closure of an Extended Trochanteric Osteotomy

    257.               Anterior Extended Osteotomy

    258.               Postoperative Care

    259.               24 Implant Removal

    260.               Key Concepts

    261.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    262.               Preoperative Planning

    263.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    264.               Acetabulum

    265.               Cemented Polyethylene Cup

    266.               Monoblock Cementless Cup

    267.               Modular Cementless Cup, Polyethylene Liner

    268.               Modular Cementless Cup, Metal Liner (Dual Mobility or Metal-on-Metal Articulation)

    269.               Femur

    270.               Cemented Femoral Stem

    271.               Proximal Porous Coated Cementless Stem

    272.               Extensively Porous Coated Stem

    273.               Monoblock Fluted Stem

    274.               Modular, Fluted, Tapered Stem

    275.               Conclusion

    276.               Section C Revision THA Implants

    277.               25 Uncemented Hemispherical Cups

    278.               Key Concepts

    279.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    280.               Implants

    281.               Positioning

    282.               Surgical Approaches

    283.               Preoperative Planning

    284.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    285.               Postoperative Care

    286.               26 Uncemented Cup With Metal Augments or Structural Graft

    287.               Key Concepts

    288.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    289.               Surgical Approaches

    290.               Preoperative Planning

    291.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    292.               Postoperative Care

    293.               27 Cup-Cage Constructs

    294.               Key Concepts

    295.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    296.               Surgical Approaches

    297.               Preoperative Planning

    298.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    299.               For the Full Cup-Cage Technique

    300.               For the Half Cup-Cage Technique

    301.               Postoperative Care

    302.               28 Custom Triflange Implants

    303.               Key Concepts

    304.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    305.               Instruments

    306.               Implants

    307.               Positioning

    308.               Surgical Approach

    309.               Preoperative Planning

    310.               Record Review

    311.               Laboratory Workup

    312.               Imaging

    313.               Indications

    314.               Component Design

    315.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    316.               Postoperative Care

    317.               29 Fully Porous Coated Stems

    318.               Key Concepts

    319.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    320.               Surgical Approaches

    321.               Preoperative Planning

    322.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    323.               Exposure and Implant Extraction

    324.               Prophylactic Cerclage

    325.               Reaming (Straight Stems)

    326.               Reaming (Curved Stems)

    327.               Trialing and Radiographs

    328.               Final Implantation

    329.               Osteotomy Fixation

    330.               Postoperative Care

    331.               30 Fluted Tapered Modular Stems

    332.               Key Concepts

    333.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    334.               Instruments

    335.               Implants

    336.               Positioning

    337.               Surgical Approaches

    338.               Preoperative Planning

    339.               Bone/Implant/Soft Tissue Techniques

    340.               Postoperative Care

    341.               31 Cemented Stems

    342.               Key Concepts

    343.               Indications

    344.               Contraindications

    345.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    346.               Surgical Approaches

    347.               Radiographic Evaluation—Evaluate Serial Radiographs of the Arthroplasty if Possible

    348.               Review prior operative reports

    349.               Surgical Procedure

    350.               Special Cases

    351.               Results

    352.               Postoperative Management

    353.               32 Impaction Bone Grafting With Cemented Stems

    354.               Key Concepts

    355.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    356.               Surgical Approaches

    357.               Preoperative Planning

    358.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    359.               Postoperative Care

    360.               33 Allograft Prosthetic Composite

    361.               Key Concepts

    362.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    363.               Surgical Approaches

    364.               Preoperative Planning

    365.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    366.               For Standard APC Reconstructions

    367.               For Intussusception APC Reconstructions

    368.               Postoperative Care

    369.               34 Proximal Femoral Replacement With Tumor Prosthesis; Total Femur Replacement

    370.               Key Concepts

    371.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    372.               Instruments

    373.               Implants

    374.               Positioning

    375.               Surgical Approaches

    376.               Preoperative Planning

    377.               Bone, Implant, and Soft-Tissue Techniques

    378.               Proximal Femoral Replacement

    379.               Total Femoral Replacement

    380.               Postoperative Care

    381.               35 Cortical Strut Bone Grafts

    382.               Key Concepts

    383.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    384.               Surgical Approaches

    385.               Preoperative Planning

    386.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    387.               Postoperative Care

    388.               Section D Revision THA Implants

    389.               36 Periprosthetic Osteolysis

    390.               Key Concepts

    391.               Basic Science of Osteolysis

    392.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    393.               Instruments

    394.               Implants

    395.               Positioning

    396.               Surgical Approaches

    397.               Preoperative Planning

    398.               Record Review

    399.               Laboratory Workup

    400.               Evaluation and Treatment of Acetabular Osteolysis

    401.               Paprosky Classification for Acetabular Bone Loss

    402.               Radiographic Signs of Fixed Acetabular Component (Figure 36.1A-C)

    403.               Radiographic Signs of Loose Acetabular Component (Figure 36.4A and B)

    404.               Surgical Treatment

    405.               Retaining the Acetabular Component

    406.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques Acetabulum

    407.               Evaluation and Treatment of Femoral Osteolysis

    408.               Paprosky Classification for Femoral Bone Loss

    409.               Diagnostic Evaluation of Femoral Osteolysis

    410.               Treatment of a Well-Fixed Stem in the Setting of Osteolysis

    411.               Treatment of a Loose Femoral Component in the Setting of Osteolysis

    412.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques Femur

    413.               Surgical Technique for Femoral Revision

    414.               General Revision Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    415.               Postoperative Care

    416.               37 Metal Wear or Corrosion

    417.               Key Concepts

    418.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    419.               Surgical Approaches

    420.               Preoperative Planning

    421.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    422.               Postoperative Care

    423.               38 Periprosthetic Femur Fracture

    424.               Key Concepts

    425.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    426.               Instruments

    427.               Implants

    428.               Positioning

    429.               Surgical Approaches

    430.               Preoperative Planning

    431.               Careful Clinical History

    432.               Radiographic Evaluation

    433.               Fracture Classification

    434.               Operative Planning and Templating

    435.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    436.               Open Reduction and Internal Fixation (Vancouver B1 and C Fractures)

    437.               Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty (Vancouver B2/B3)

    438.               39 Hip Instability

    439.               Key Concepts

    440.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    441.               Surgical Approaches

    442.               Preoperative Planning

    443.               Analysis of Patient Clinical Risk Factors

    444.               Analysis of Physical Examination Risk Factors

    445.               Radiographic Evaluation—Compare Preoperative and Current Radiographs

    446.               Prior Operative Reports

    447.               Prior Surgical Approach

    448.               Type of Articulation

    449.               Implant Records

    450.               Surgical Preparation

    451.               Be Prepared With Surgical Multiple Options

    452.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    453.               Dual Mobility Constructs

    454.               Constrained Liners

    455.               Postoperative Care

    456.               40 Infection: Two-Stage Techniques

    457.               Key Concepts

    458.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    459.               Resection and Spacer Insertion

    460.               Implants

    461.               Reimplantation

    462.               Positioning

    463.               Surgical Approaches

    464.               Preoperative Planning

    465.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    466.               Postoperative Care

    467.               Management of the Patient During the Resection Interval

    468.               Reimplantation

    469.               41 Pelvic Discontinuity

    470.               Key Concepts

    471.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    472.               Instruments

    473.               Implants

    474.               Positioning

    475.               Surgical Approaches

    476.               Preoperative Planning

    477.               Bone/Implant/Soft Tissue Techniques

    478.               Cup-Cage Construct

    479.               Distraction Method

    480.               Custom Triflange

    481.               Hemispherical Acetabular Component With ORIF With Compression Plating

    482.               Postoperative Care

    483.               42 Heterotopic Bone

    484.               Key Concepts

    485.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    486.               Positioning

    487.               Surgical Approaches

    488.               Preoperative Planning

    489.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    490.               Postoperative Care

    491.               External Beam Irradiation

    492.               Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Medications

    493.               43 Abductor Muscle Repair/Reconstruction

    494.               Key Concepts

    495.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    496.               Surgical Approaches

    497.               Preoperative Planning

    498.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    499.               Postoperative Care

    500.               Part III Primary Knee

    501.               Section A Preoperative Planning/Templating for Primary THA

    502.               44 Preoperative Planning/Templating/Limb Alignment for Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty

    503.               Introduction

    504.               History

    505.               Physical Examination

    506.               Radiographs

    507.               Templating

    508.               Goals

    509.               Steps

    510.               Summary

    511.               Section B Surgical Exposures

    512.               45 Median Parapatellar Approach

    513.               Key Concepts

    514.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    515.               Preoperative Planning

    516.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    517.               Introduction

    518.               Technique

    519.               Postoperative Care

    520.               46 Mid Vastus; Mini Mid Vastus Approaches

    521.               Key Concepts

    522.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    523.               Preoperative Planning

    524.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    525.               Introduction

    526.               Technique

    527.               Postoperative Care

    528.               47 Exposure of the Problem Knee: Stiffness, Previous Incisions

    529.               Key Concepts

    530.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    531.               Instruments

    532.               Implants

    533.               Position

    534.               Surgical Approaches

    535.               Preoperative Planning

    536.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    537.               Postoperative Care

    538.               Section C Primary TKA Implants

    539.               48 Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty

    540.               Key Concepts

    541.               Indications

    542.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    543.               Positioning

    544.               Surgical Approaches

    545.               Preoperative Planning

    546.               Bone Implant and Soft Tissue Techniques

    547.               Mobile Bearing Unicompartmental Arthroplasty

    548.               Fixed Bearing Unicompartmental Arthroplasty Technique

    549.               Final Thoughts for Fixed Bearing UKA

    550.               49 Patellofemoral Arthroplasty

    551.               Key Concepts

    552.               Surgical Indications

    553.               Contraindications

    554.               Imaging

    555.               Surgical Technique

    556.               Preoperative Planning

    557.               Positioning

    558.               Surgical Approach

    559.               Preparation of the Femur

    560.               Patellar Preparation

    561.               Alternative Techniques

    562.               Postoperative Care

    563.               Results

    564.               Complications

    565.               Patella Fracture

    566.               50 Total Knee Arthroplasty: Posterior Cruciate Retaining and Substituting Implants

    567.               Key Concepts

    568.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    569.               Surgical Approaches

    570.               Preoperative Planning

    571.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    572.               The Distal Femoral Cut Sets the Joint Line in Extension

    573.               Femoral Anterior, Posterior, Chamfer Cuts

    574.               Rotation/AP Sizing

    575.               Making the Cuts

    576.               Box Cut (Posterior Stabilized Only) (Figure 50.10)

    577.               Clearing the Joint

    578.               Balancing

    579.               Performing Releases

    580.               Patella

    581.               Implantation

    582.               Postoperative Care

    583.               51 Flexion Gap Balancing Techniques in Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty

    584.               Key Concepts

    585.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    586.               Preoperative Planning

    587.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    588.               Introduction

    589.               Gap Balancing Technique

    590.               Postoperative Care

    591.               52 Kinematic or Anatomic Alignment Techniques in Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty

    592.               Key Concepts

    593.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    594.               Surgical Approaches

    595.               Preoperative Planning

    596.               Simple, Pragmatic Planning

    597.               More Complex, Mechanistic Planning Process

    598.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    599.               Distal Femoral Resection

    600.               AP Sizing/Femoral Finishing

    601.               Tibial Preparation

    602.               Trialing/Balancing

    603.               Postoperative Care

    604.               Section D Primary TKA in Specific Conditions

    605.               53 Varus Knee Deformity

    606.               Key Concepts

    607.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    608.               Sterile Instruments

    609.               Implants

    610.               Position

    611.               Surgical Approaches

    612.               Preoperative Planning

    613.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    614.               Bone Preparation

    615.               Postoperative Care

    616.               54 Valgus Knee Deformity

    617.               Key Concepts

    618.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    619.               Instruments

    620.               Implants

    621.               Position

    622.               Surgical Approaches

    623.               Preoperative Planning

    624.               Physical Examination

    625.               Radiographs

    626.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    627.               Exposure

    628.               Bone Cuts

    629.               Soft Tissue Balancing

    630.               Implant Selection

    631.               Postoperative Care

    632.               55 Flexion Contracture

    633.               Key Concepts

    634.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    635.               Instruments

    636.               Implants

    637.               Positioning

    638.               Surgical Approaches

    639.               Preoperative Planning

    640.               Bone/Implant/Soft Tissue Techniques

    641.               Postoperative Care

    642.               56 Previous High Tibial Osteotomy

    643.               Key Concepts

    644.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    645.               Basic Knee Instruments

    646.               Surgical Approaches

    647.               Preoperative Planning

    648.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    649.               Postoperative Care

    650.               57 Extra-articular Deformity

    651.               Key Concepts

    652.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    653.               Instruments

    654.               Implants

    655.               Surgical Approaches

    656.               Preoperative Planning

    657.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    658.               Extramedullary Alignment

    659.               Handheld Navigation

    660.               Computer-Assisted/Robotically Assisted Surgery

    661.               Postoperative Care

    662.               Part IV Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty

    663.               Section A Preoperative Evaluation, Planning, and Templating for Revision TKA

    664.               58 Preoperative Evaluation, Planning, and Templating for Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty

    665.               Preoperative Evaluation

    666.               History

    667.               Physical Examination

    668.               Radiographs

    669.               Tests

    670.               Preoperative Planning

    671.               Bone Reconstruction

    672.               Knee Stability

    673.               Extensor Mechanism

    674.               Closure

    675.               Templating

    676.               Section B Revision TKA Implants

    677.               59 Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty: Order of Attack

    678.               Key Concepts

    679.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    680.               Preoperative Planning

    681.               Physical Examination

    682.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    683.               Exposure

    684.               Femoral Component Removal

    685.               Tibial Component Removal

    686.               Patellar Component Assessment

    687.               Reconstructive Step 1: Reestablish the Tibial Platform

    688.               Reconstructive Step 2: Reestablish Balance in Flexion

    689.               Reconstructive Step 3: Ensure Balance in Extension

    690.               Intraoperative Radiographs

    691.               Cementing Components

    692.               Closure

    693.               Postoperative Management

    694.               Summary

    695.               60 Extensile Exposures

    696.               Key Concepts

    697.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    698.               Surgical Approaches

    699.               Preoperative Planning

    700.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    701.               Postoperative Care

    702.               61 Implant Removal

    703.               Key Concepts

    704.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    705.               Surgical Approaches

    706.               Preoperative Planning

    707.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    708.               Polyethylene

    709.               Femoral Component

    710.               Tibial Component

    711.               Patella Component

    712.               Stemmed Components

    713.               Cement Columns

    714.               Ingrown Metaphyseal Cones and Sleeves

    715.               Postoperative Care

    716.               Section C Exposures and Implant Removal

    717.               62 Use of Stems: Cemented and Uncemented

    718.               Key Concepts

    719.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    720.               Instruments

    721.               Implants

    722.               Positioning

    723.               Surgical Approaches

    724.               Preoperative Planning

    725.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    726.               Bone Preparation

    727.               Component Implantation

    728.               Postoperative Care

    729.               63 Metaphyseal Fixation: Sleeves and Cones

    730.               Key Concepts

    731.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    732.               Surgical Approaches

    733.               Preoperative Planning

    734.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    735.               Postoperative Management

    736.               64 Distal Femoral Replacement

    737.               Key Concepts

    738.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    739.               Positioning

    740.               Surgical Approaches

    741.               Preoperative Planning

    742.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    743.               Femoral Resection

    744.               Tibial Preparation

    745.               Femoral Preparation

    746.               Patellar Preparation

    747.               Trial Reduction

    748.               Final Implantation

    749.               Postoperative Care

    750.               65 Bone Grafting Methods and Allograft Prosthetic Replacement

    751.               Key Concepts

    752.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    753.               Surgical Approaches

    754.               Preoperative Planning

    755.               Bone/Implant/Soft Tissue Techniques

    756.               For Intussusception Allografts

    757.               Postoperative Management

    758.               66 Constrained Implants

    759.               Key Concepts

    760.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    761.               Instruments

    762.               Implants

    763.               Positioning

    764.               Surgical Approaches

    765.               Preoperative Planning

    766.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    767.               Postoperative Care

    768.               Section D Revision TKA for Specific Conditions

    769.               67 Tibiofemoral Instability

    770.               Key Concepts

    771.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    772.               Instruments

    773.               Implants

    774.               Surgical Approaches

    775.               Preoperative Planning

    776.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    777.               Sagittal (Anteroposterior) Instability

    778.               Coronal (Varus-Valgus) Instability

    779.               Global Instability

    780.               Hyperextension (Recurvatum) Instability

    781.               Postoperative Care

    782.               68 Knee Stiffness

    783.               Key Concepts

    784.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    785.               Instruments

    786.               Implants

    787.               Positioning

    788.               Surgical Approaches

    789.               Preoperative Planning

    790.               Bone/Implant/Soft Tissue Techniques

    791.               Postoperative Care

    792.               69 Infection: Two-Stage Methods

    793.               Key Concepts

    794.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    795.               Preoperative Planning

    796.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    797.               Static Spacer

    798.               Dynamic Spacer

    799.               Treatment With Spacer in Place

    800.               Reimplantation

    801.               Conclusion

    802.               70 Periprosthetic Fracture

    803.               Key Concepts

    804.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    805.               Instruments

    806.               Implants

    807.               Positioning

    808.               Surgical Approaches

    809.               ORIF of the Femur

    810.               Retrograde IMN of the Femur

    811.               ORIF of the Tibia

    812.               Revision TKA

    813.               Preoperative Planning

    814.               Clinical History

    815.               Physical Examination

    816.               Radiographic Review

    817.               Fracture Classification and Treatment Options

    818.               Operative Planning and Templating

    819.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    820.               ORIF of the Femur With Periarticular Locking Plate (Lewis and Rorabeck Types I and II Fractures)

    821.               Retrograde Femoral IMN (Lewis and Rorabeck Types I and II Fractures)

    822.               Revision TKA With Stemmed Components

    823.               71 Patellar Instability

    824.               Key Concepts

    825.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    826.               Preoperative Planning

    827.               Diagnosis

    828.               Tests

    829.               Nonoperative Treatment

    830.               Conservative

    831.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    832.               Surgical Management

    833.               Postoperative Care

    834.               72 Patellar Bone Loss

    835.               Key Concepts

    836.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    837.               Surgical Approaches

    838.               Preoperative Planning

    839.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    840.               Postoperative Care

    841.               73 Extensor Mechanism Deficiency

    842.               Key Concepts

    843.               Sterile Instruments and Implants

    844.               Surgical Approaches

    845.               Preoperative Planning

    846.               Bone, Implant, and Soft Tissue Techniques

    847.               Postoperative Care

    848.               Index

     

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    This scientific, technical and clinical guide to Weight Bearing Cone Beam Computed Tomography (WBCT), written by the board of the International WBCT Society, presents all of the relevant content to date on the development, implementation, interpretation and clinical application of WBCT for the foot and ankle. Part One describes the history of the development of, and need for, WBCT as an imaging option and a scientific overview of the procedure. Part Two is an exhaustive scientific background, comprised of 16 landmark studies, describing its advantages for selected foot and ankle injuries and deformities (both congenital and acquired). With this science as context, Part Three includes chapters on the technical aspects and necessary background for WBCT, introduces the different devices, and provides insight into the actual measurement possibilities, including the initial software solutions for automatic measurements. Current clinical applications via case material are illustrated in atlas-like fashion in the next chapter, and a final chapter on future developments explores further applications of WBCT, such as dynamic scans and measurements or hologram-like visualization. The first book publication of its kind on this exciting and developing imaging modality, Weight Bearing Cone Beam Computed Tomography (WBCT) in the Foot and Ankle will be an excellent resource for orthopedic and foot and ankle surgeons, radiologists, and allied medical professionals working in this clinical area.

    ·  Cover

    ·  Front Matter

    ·  Part I. History and Scientific Overview of Weight Bearing Cone Beam Computed Tomography

    ·  1. Background of Weight Bearing Cone Beam Computed Tomography

    ·  2. Scientific Overview of Weight Bearing Cone Beam Computed Tomography

    ·  Part II. Scientific Background of Weight Bearing Cone Beam Computed Tomography

    ·  3. Weight Bearing CT Allows for More Accurate Bone Position (Angle) Measurement than Radiographs or CT

    ·  4. Combination of Weight Bearing CT (WBCT) with Pedography Shows No Statistical Correlation of Bone Position with Force/Pressure Distribution

    ·  5. Combination of Weight Bearing CT (WBCT) with Pedography Shows Relationship Between Anatomy-Based Foot Center (FC) and Force/Pressure-Based Center of Gravity (COG)

    ·  6. A New Concept of 3D Biometrics for Hindfoot Alignment Using Weight Bearing CT

    ·  7. 3D Biometrics for Hindfoot Alignment Using Weight Bearing Computed Tomography: A Prospective Assessment of 249 Feet

    ·  8. Relationship Between Chronic Lateral Ankle Instability and Hindfoot Varus Using Weight Bearing Cone Beam Computed Tomography: A Retrospective Study

    ·  9. Normal Hindfoot Alignment Assessed by Weight Bearing CT: Presence of a Constitutional Valgus?

    ·  10. Reliability and Correlation Analysis of Computed Methods to Convert Conventional 2D Radiological Hindfoot Measurements to 3D Equivalents Using Weight Bearing CT

    ·  11. The Hind- and Midfoot Alignment Analyzed After a Medializing Calcaneal Osteotomy Using a 3D Weight Bearing CT

    ·  12. Is Load Application Necessary when Using Computed Tomography Scans to Diagnose Syndesmotic Injuries? A Cadaver Study

    ·  13. Use of Weight Bearing Computed Tomography in Subtalar Joint Instability: A Cadaver Study

    ·  14. Is Torque Application Necessary When Using Computed Tomography Scans to Diagnose Syndesmotic Injuries? A Cadaver Study

    ·  15. Flexible Adult-Acquired Flatfoot Deformity: Comparison Between Weight Bearing and Non-weight Bearing Measurements Using Cone Beam Computed Tomography

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    ·  18. Results of More Than 11,000 Scans with Weight Bearing CT: Impact on Costs, Radiation Exposure, and Procedure Time

    ·  Part III. Technical Guide to Weight Bearing Cone Beam Computed Tomography

    ·  19. Technology of Weight Bearing Cone Beam Computed Tomography

    ·  20. Weight Bearing Computed Tomography Devices

    ·  21. Measurements in Weight Bearing Computed Tomography

    ·  22. Clinical Examples of Weight Bearing Computed Tomography

    ·  23. Future Developments in Weight Bearing Computed Tomography

    ·  Back Matter


  • 62000lei 550.00 lei


    Description:
    Newly updated, this full-color resource offers a systematic approach to performing a neuromusculoskeletal assessment with rationales for various aspects of the assessment. This comprehensive text covers every joint of the body, head and face, gait, posture, emergency care, the principles of assessment, and preparticipation evaluation. The latest edition of this core text is the essential cornerstone in the new four-volume musculoskeletal rehabilitation series.

    Features:

    Thorough, evidence-based review of orthopedic physical assessment covers everything from basic science through clinical applications and special tests.

    2,400 illustrations include full-color clinical photographs and drawings as well as radiographs, depicting key concepts along with assessment techniques and special tests.

    The use of icons to show the clinical utility of special tests supplemented by evidence - based reliability & validity tables for tests & techniques on the Evolve site

    The latest research and most current practices keep you up to date on accepted practices.

    Evidence-based reliability and validity tables for tests and techniques on the EVOLVE site provide information on the diagnostic strength of each test and help you in selecting proven assessment tests.

    A Summary (Précis) of Assessment at the end of each chapter serves as a quick review of assessment steps for the structure or joint being assessed.

    Quick-reference data includes hundreds of at-a-glance summary boxes, red-flag and yellow-flag boxes, differential diagnosis tables, muscle and nerve tables, and classification, normal values, and grading tables.

    Case studies use real-world scenarios to help you develop assessment and diagnostic skills.

    Combined with other books in the Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation series — Pathology and InterventionScientific Foundations and Principles of Practice, and Athletic and Sport Issues — this book provides the clinician with the knowledge and background necessary to assess and treat musculoskeletal conditions.

    New To This Edition:

    NEW! Online resources include video clips, assessment forms, text references with links to MEDLINE® abstracts, and more.

    NEW! Video clips demonstrate selected movements and the performance of tests used in musculoskeletal assessment.

    NEW! Text references linked to MEDLINE abstracts provide easy access to abstracts of journal articles for further review.

    NEW! Forms from the text with printable patient assessment forms can be downloaded for ease of use.

    NEW! Updated information in all chapters includes new photos, line drawings, boxes, and tables.

    NEW! The use of icons to show the clinical utility of special tests supplemented by evidence - based reliability & validity tables for tests & techniques on the Evolve site.

    Table Of Contents:

    1. Principles and Concepts of Assessment
    2. Head and Face
    3. Cervical Spine
    4. Temporomandibular Joint
    5. Shoulder
    6. Elbow
    7. Forearm, Wrist, and Hand
    8. Thoracic (Dorsal) Spine
    9. Lumbar Spine
    10. Pelvis
    11. Hip
    12. Knee
    13. Lower leg, foot and ankle
    14. Assessment of Gait
    15. Assessment of Posture
    16. Assessment of the Amputee
    17. Primary Care Assessment
    18. Emergency Sports Assessment

       

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  • 550.00 lei

    The most comprehensive physical therapy text available on the topic, Orthotics & Prosthetics in Rehabilitation, 3rd Edition is your one-stop resource for clinically relevant rehabilitation information. Evidence-based coverage offers essential guidelines on orthotic/prosthetic prescription, pre- and post-intervention gait assessment and outcome measurement, and working with special populations. Comprehensive coverage addresses rehabilitation in a variety of environments, including acute care, long-term care and home health care, and outpatient settings. Authoritative information from the Guide to Physical Therapist Practice, 2nd Edition is incorporated throughout. World Health Organization (WHO) International Classification of Function model provides consistent language and an international standard to describe and measure health and disability from a biopsychosocial perspective. Case studies present real-life scenarios that demonstrate how key concepts apply to clinical decision making and evidence-based practice. A visually appealing 2-color design and a wealth of tables and boxes highlight vital information for quick reference and ease of use. Updated photos and illustrations reflect current clinical practice. Updated chapter on Assessment of Gait focuses on clinically useful outcome measures. Updated chapter on Motor Control and Motor Learning incorporates new insights into neuroplasticity and functional recovery. NEW! Integrated chapter on Lower Extremity Orthoses assists in clinical decision making about the best options for your patients. NEW! Chapter on Athletics after Amputation explores advanced training and athletics, including running and athletic competition to enhance the quality of life for persons with amputation. NEW! Chapter on the High Risk Foot and Would Healing helps you recognize, treat, and manage wounds for the proper fit and management of the patient. NEW! Chapter on Advanced Prosthetic Rehabilitation provides more thorough rehabilitation methods beyond the early care of persons learning to use their prostheses.

  • 570.00 lei

    Current statistics indicate that 75-80% of people worldwide will experience some form of back pain during their lifetime. Lumbar pain is a leading cause of disability - a global public health burden with serious economic implications. Written by internationally renowned spine experts, the 8th volume in the AOSpine Masters series is a concise, state-of-the-art overview on fundamental management strategies and current issues and challenges. The text covers the full age spectrum - from childhood to older adulthood - and contributing factors such as the sacroiliac joints, genetics, and spine infections.

    Clinical evaluation, treatment options, recent research advances, and future perspectives are systematically examined and presented in a clear format. With commentary from leading authorities, this compendium presents candid discussion of significant challenges faced by clinicians who treat back pain. Among the issues addressed are managing patients who have undergone multiple operations, chronic back pain, failed spine surgery, and what to do when all nonsurgical and surgical options have been exhausted.

    Key Highlights

    • Economic considerations, risk factors, and legal aspects
    • Neurological causes, including myopathies, neuromuscular disease, Parkinson disease,and dystonia
    • Conservative treatment options such as drugs, physiotherapy, and complementary medicine
    • The role of minimally invasive surgery in treating degenerative lumbar spine disease
    • Must-read bibliographic references in every chapter
    • Bullet lists of pearls and pitfalls summarize critical points and key concepts

    The AOSpine Masters series, a copublication of Thieme and the AOSpine Foundation, addresses current clinical issues featuring international masters sharing their expertise in the core areas in the field. The goal of the series is to contribute to an evolving, dynamic model of evidence-based approach to spine care.

  • 67400lei 570.00 lei

    Acetabular fractures in older adults are increasing in frequency and present unique challenges to the surgeons charged with their treatment. This text provides the clinician tools for deciding who is an operative candidate and reviews in detail the various surgical treatments available for management. Opening chapters discuss the scope of the problem, the functional status of older patients and the risks involved with any surgical approach. After a chapter discussing non-operative approaches to acetabular fractures, the remaining chapters present the various surgical techniques and include a critical assessment of the outcomes of these treatment choices. ORIF techniques for posterior and anterior wall and column fractures are followed by percutaneous treatment and total hip arthroplasty, both alone and in combination with ORIF. Presenting the most current strategies for these increasingly common injuries, Acetabular Fractures in Older Patients is an excellent resource for all orthopedic and trauma surgeons.

    ·  Cover

    ·  Front Matter

    ·  1. Introduction and Scope of the Problem

    ·  2. Life Expectancy and Assessment of Functional Status in Older Adults

    ·  3. Nonoperative Treatment of the Geriatric Acetabular Fracture

    ·  4. Open Reduction and Internal Fixation of Posterior Wall and Column Fractures in Older Patients

    ·  5. Open Reduction and Internal Fixation of Anterior Fracture Patterns through a Limited Ilioinguinal Approach

    ·  6. Dealing with Dome Impaction and Quadrilateral Plate Comminution in Older Patients Treated with Open Reduction and Internal Fixation

    ·  7. Percutaneous Treatment of Acetabular Fractures in Older Patients

    ·  8. Total Hip Arthroplasty Alone for Treatment of Selected Acetabular Fractures in Older Patients

    ·  9. Open Reduction and Internal Fixation with Concomitant Total Hip Arthroplasty

    ·  10. Outcomes of Treatment Options for Acetabular Fractures in Older Patients

    ·  11. Conversion Total Hip Arthroplasty

    ·  Back Matter


  • 570.00 lei

    An estimated 9 million children every year are affected by pediatric spinal deformities, encompassing a broad spectrum of pathologies. New classification systems, innovative imaging modalities, and advances in surgical techniques have contributed to a continually evolving, evidence-based treatment paradigm. Patient variables such as the age of onset, severity, course of deformity progression, as well as the availability of technology pose individualized challenges.

    AOSpine Masters Series, Volume 9: Pediatric Spinal Deformity is a concise yet comprehensive review of fundamental surgical and nonsurgical approaches, contemporary issues, and treatment obstacles. Internationally renowned spine surgeons Luis Roberto Vialle, Marinus de Kleuver, and Sigurd Berven and a cadre of esteemed contributors deliver a state-of-the-art reference on deformities of the pediatric spine. From early childhood to adolescent spine disorders, 17 richly illustrated chapters cover diagnosis, preoperative evaluation, imaging, spine surgery interventions, non-fusion procedures, and long-term management.

    Key Highlights

    • Overviews on the classification and natural history of early onset scoliosis and adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, with subsequent chapters covering non-operative management and contemporary surgical techniques
    • Evidence-based discussion of long-term surgical care outcomes, indications for revision surgery, and strategies for achieving optimal results
    • Management of congenital and developmental kyphosis, lordosis, syndromic conditions, and low and high grade spondylolisthesis
    • Clinical pearls on spine surgery in the developing world, safety issues and complications, and the importance of developing outcome metrics

    The AOSpine Masters series, a copublication of Thieme and the AOSpine Foundation, addresses current clinical issues featuring international masters sharing their expertise in the core areas in the field. The goal of the series is to contribute to an evolving, dynamic model of evidence-based approach to spine care.

    This outstanding textbook is a must have for spine surgeons, in particular those who specialize in treating childhood spine disorders. Orthopaedic and neurosurgery residents, as well as veteran surgeons with extensive knowledge will find this an indispensable tool for daily practice.

  • 67400lei 580.00 lei

    This book represents the most advanced understanding of diagnosis and management of hip dysplasia in the young adult, written by the world’s leading experts and covering advanced imaging and biomechanical studies as well as latest surgical techniques. This is especially timely, as the field of hip preservation surgery is in constant evolution, and it is critical that surgeons and researchers combine their efforts to provide the best evidence-based knowledge to all health care providers evaluating and treating patients suffering from pre-arthritic hip pain. Not only does this book discuss the most up-to-date information on the etiology and natural history of hip dysplasia, as well as pathomechanics and traditional and advanced imaging, it also presents new conceptions of its classification and subsequent management. The focus throughout the book is that hip dysplasia is a problem of instability, where both the bony structure and the soft tissue envelope (i.e., capsule, ligaments and muscles) are at play. Moreover, although corrective osteotomies such as the peri-acetabular osteotomy will remain the dominant treatment option, non-surgical treatments as well as hip arthroscopy are now being increasingly recognized as useful adjuncts in order for our patients to return to their desired activities. Finally, as the longevity of joint replacement surgery has improved dramatically, this should be strongly considered in cases where the outcome of joint preserving surgery is not as predictable. Orthopedic surgeons, sports medicine physicians, physiatrists and physiotherapists alike will find this book a valuable resource when treating the young adult with symptomatic hip dysplasia.

    ·  1. Aetiology of Hip Dysplasia: Genetic and Environmental Factors

    ·  2. Natural History of Residual Hip Dysplasia

    ·  3. Anatomical Description and Classification of Hip Dysplasia

    ·  4. Pathomechanics of the Dysplastic Hip

    ·  5. Biomechanics of the Native Hip from Normal to Instability

    ·  6. Traditional Imaging: Plain X-Rays, Three-Dimensional CT, and MR Imaging in Development Dysplasia of the Hip

    ·  7. Advancing Imaging of the Hip: Cartilage

    ·  8. Non-Surgical Management of Pre-Arthritic Dysplastic Hip Pain

    ·  9. Adjuvant Therapies in the Treatment of Pre-Arthritic Hip Disease

    ·  10. Role and Indications of Hip Arthroscopy for Hip Dysplasia

    ·  11. Proximal Femoral Osteotomy

    ·  12. The Periacetabular Osteotomy

    ·  13. Other Pelvic Osteotomies

    ·  14. Joint Replacement in the Dysplastic Patient: Surgical Considerations and Techniques


  • 63000lei 580.00 lei



    Ideal for anyone involved in the care of children with musculoskeletal problems, this best-selling resource has been completely updated to be even more relevant to your everyday practice. Comprehensive and user-friendly, it covers the diagnosis and management of pediatric orthopedic issues with an emphasis on the welfare of the whole child. More than 1,700 color illustrations make it easy to visualize everything from normal variations to treatment plans to potential pitfalls, for virtually any pediatric orthopedic challenge you may encounter.
    Features:
    • Thoroughly up-to-date and evidence-based, including expanded material on sports medicine.
    • Lavishly illustrated with over 1,700 color drawings and photographs – a uniquely visual approach you’ll appreciate for rapid reference and quick understanding.
    • Parent education guides make it easy to provide important information to caregivers and increase compliance.
    • Comprehensive coverage includes growth, evaluation, management, trauma, sports, infections, and tumors, as well as each anatomical area: lower limb, foot, knee, hip, spine, and upper limb.
    • Designed to meet the everyday needs of health care practitioners who are involved with pediatric musculoskeletal problems, including primary care physicians, pediatricians, and orthopedists.
    Now with the print edition, enjoy the bundled interactive eBook edition, which can be downloaded to your tablet and smartphone or accessed online and includes features like:
    • Complete content with enhanced navigation
    • Powerful search tools and smart navigation cross-links that pull results from content in the book, your notes, and even the web
    • Cross-linked pages, references, and more for easy navigation
    • Highlighting tool for easier reference of key content throughout the text
    • Ability to take and share notes with friends and colleagues
    • Quick reference tabbing to save your favorite content for future use

  • 580.00 lei

    Originally founded by three renowned orthopedic masters, Bauer, Kerschbaumer, and Poisel, this atlas has enjoyed a longstanding reputation for the exceptional quality of its surgical, topographic anatomical illustrations. Considerable advances in minimally invasive, endoscopic, and arthroscopic surgery during the last few decades necessitated this updated edition.
    Special Features:

     The addition of more than 40 new surgical procedures, including soft tissue preservation techniques used in trauma surgery.
    More than 700 color illustrations drawn directly from cadavers or documentation from the operating room.
    The authors provide a unique operative guide, gleaned from years of evidence-based, clinical experience. From the cervical spine to the foot and ankle, each part of the body is divided into detailed subsections. Multiple approaches are included to treat common and rare musculoskeletal injuries, conditions, and diseases.
    The concise descriptions are complemented by meticulously crafted, labelled anatomical drawings illustrating each step of the procedure, from the skin incision to the targeted region to incision closure. Associated indications, patient positioning and preparation, precautions, and dangers are also summarized for each approach.
    This comprehensive, state-of-the-art atlas is an invaluable surgical resource for all orthopedic surgeons, residents, and medical students.

  • Orthopedics (A Postgraduate Companion)
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    580.00 lei

    The book adequately covered each region, from anatomy to the latest advances in surgical management, with a lot of emphasis placed on basic principles and clinical examination. This book eliminates the need to refer to a separate book on clinical skills. It addressed controversies without bias and the sections on `Recent Advances' is updated with current literature. A complete guide for orthopedics students. Covers every topic region-wise like upper limb, lower limb and spine, etc. in detail, encompassing anatomy, pathophysiology, clinicoradiological presentation and management from basics to recent advances. Contains chapters on recent topics and newer modalities such as newbearing materials, stem cell, laser, HIV and PET scan, which are not covered in any other single textbook. In this edition, certain new topics, such as mechanobiology, metabolomics; procedures like arthroscopy and arthroplasty, and important topics like management of associated chest and abdominal blunt and penetrating injuries in addition to musculoskeletal trauma in a motor vehicle accident victims; soft tissue coverage in orthopedics and scope and limitation of amputation, have been written by experts in those fields. Over 2,000 clinical photographs, line diagrams and illustrations are included for easy understanding. Every topic is covered in detail without being unduly lengthy or tiring. Text is written in lucid language and comprehensive in nature.

  • 67400lei 585.00 lei

     This practical guide offers a complete overview of the complications that can arise during and after arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder. Divided into four key sections, the book first focuses upon general problems and complications, followed by difficulties in general glenohumeral and subacromial space procedures, shoulder instability and rotator cuff lesions.

    Complications in Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery is written  by a team of leading arthroscopic specialists and is a valuable resource for orthopaedic surgeons, and sports traumatologists who encounter these patients in their day-to-day clinical practice.

    ·  Cover

    ·  Front Matter

    ·  1. General Problems and Complications

    ·  2. Complications in General Glenohumeral and Subacromial Space Procedures

    ·  3. Complications in Arthroscopic Release of the Stiff Shoulder

    ·  4. Complications in AC Joint Stabilization

    ·  5. Complications of Soft Tissue Repair Techniques for Shoulder Instability

    ·  6. Complications of Bony Procedures for Shoulder Instability

    ·  7. Complications of Subscapularis Repair

    ·  8. Complications in Posterosuperior and Three Tendon Rotator Cuff Repair

    ·  9. Complications of Superior Capsular Reconstruction

    ·  10. Complications in Tendon Transfers

    ·  11. Complications in Biceps Tendon Management: Long Head of Biceps Tenotomy and Tenodesis

    ·  12. Complications in Arthroscopic Fracture Management

    ·  13. Vascular Complications in Shoulder Arthroscopy

    ·  14. Neurological Complications in Shoulder Arthroscopy