Key Techniques In Orthopaedic Surgery

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Edition 02
Author Stern Et Al
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Key Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery, 2nd Edition, by Steven Stern, Matthew Saltzman, and Christopher Bono provides a fully updated, easy-to-follow orthopaedics reference. The book encompasses a full spectrum of core orthopaedic procedures impacting pediatric to adult patients. Unlike dense orthopaedic tomes, the straightforward, streamlined approach makes this reference the ideal operating room companion.For each of the 60 procedures, the authors include numbered, step-by-step guidance. This is augmented with more than 300 high-quality black and white line drawings illustrating techniques. In addition to consistently formatted surgery procedures, each chapter includes indications; contraindications; preoperative preparation; special instruments, position, and anesthesia; clinical tips and pearls; pitfalls to avoid; postoperative care issues; and suggested reading. From the foot and ankle to the cervical spine, procedures cover a wide range of acquired and degenerative conditions.Key FeaturesOpen and arthroscopic shoulder approaches including rotator cuff repair, Latarjet, Bankart, hemiarthroplasty/reverse shoulder arthroplasty for proximal humerus fractures, and total shoulder arthroplastyManagement of arm, elbow, and hand conditions including compartment syndrome of the forearm, carpal tunnel syndrome, olecranon and radial head/neck fractures, thumb metacarpal fractures, and distal radius fracturesEssential techniques for treating hip fractures, hy
id and uncemented total hip arthroscopy, hemiarthroplasty,and pediatric hip aspirationCore knee and leg procedures including ACL repair, total and medial unicompartmental knee arthroplasty, and repair of tibial shaft, femoral shaft, and patella fracturesThe use of pedicle screws, fusions, decompression, disc arthroplasty, discectomy, and verte
ectomy, for cervical and lumbar spine pathologiesThe succinct, reader-friendly format emphasizes technique and is designed to allow readers to quickly review and absorb salient procedural steps. Orthopaedic residents and surgeons alike will benefit from this must-have rounds and OR resource.Steven H. Stern, MD,is Clinical Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois, USA.Christopher M. Bono, MD,is Chief of Spine Service and Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.Matthew D. Saltzman, MD,is Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois, USA.An award-winning international medical and scientific publisher, Thieme has demonstrated its commitment to the highest standard of quality in the state-of-the-art content and presentation of all its products. Founded in 1886, the Thieme name has become synonymous with high quality and excellence in online and print publishing.

Table of Contents
ContentsSection I: Upper ExtremityOpen Rotator Cuff Tendon RepairOpen Anterior Shoulder StabilizationCoracoid Transfer for Glenohumeral Instability (Latarjet Procedure)Shoulder Arthroscopy and Subacromial DecompressionArthroscopic Rotator Cuff RepairArthroscopic Shoulder Stabilization (Bankart Repair)Proximal Humerus Fracture: Open Reduction and Internal FixationProximal Humerus Fracture: Hemiarthroplasty/Reverse Shoulder ArthroplastyTotal Shoulder Arthroplasty: Anatomic and ReverseHumeral Shaft Fracture—Open Reduction and Internal FixationRadial Head FractureOlecranon FractureDistal Humerus Fractures—Open Reduction Internal FixationForearm Diaphyseal Fractures: Radius and UlnaForearm FasciotomyOpen Carpal Tunnel ReleaseBase of Thumb Metacarpal Fractures: Operative RepairDistal Radius Fractures: Open Reduction and Internal FixationDistal Radius Fractures: Traditional Bridging External FixationExtensor Tendon RepairFlexor Tendon RepairSecond through Fifth Metacarpal Fractures: Operative RepairSection II: Lower ExtremityTotal Hip Arthroplasty: Hy
id and UncementedInternal Fixation of Hip FractureHip Fracture: HemiarthroplastyHip ArthroscopyIntramedullary Nailing of Femoral Shaft FracturesKnee ArthroscopyAnterior Cruciate Ligament Surgery: Two IncisionAnterior Cruciate Ligament Surgery: Endoscopic Bone - Patella Tendon — Bone GraftAnterior Cruciate Ligament Surgery with Hamstring Autograft (Traditional Interference Screw and All-Inside with Graft Link)Total Knee ArthroplastyMedial Unicompartmental Knee ArthroplastyHigh Tibial OsteotomySupracondylar Femoral OsteotomyLateral Tibial Plateau Fracture: Open Reduction and Internal FixationIntramedullary Nailing of Tibial Shaft FracturesOperative Treatment of Patella FracturesExtensor Mechanism Injuries: Quadriceps Ruptures and Patella Tendon RupturesTibial FasciotomyAnkle ArthroscopyAnkle Fractures: Open Reduction and Internal FixationAchilles Tendon RepairChevron Bunionectomy for Hallux ValgusHammer Toe CorrectionMorton's Neuroma ExcisionProximal Fifth Metatarsal Jones' Fractures: Internal FixationSection III: SpineLumbar DiscectomyAnterior Approach to the Cervical Spine: Discectomy, Fusion, and Verte
ectomyPosterior Lumbar FusionSpinal Lumbar DecompressionAnterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion: Traditional ALIF and Less Invasive Lateral Interbody ApproachCervical Disc ReplacementPercutaneous Pedicle Screw InsertionIdiopathic Scoliosis: Posterior Spinal Instrumentation and FusionSection IV: PediatricsSlipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis: In-Situ Hip PinningClubfoot Surgery: Posterior Medial-Lateral ReleaseDistal Humerus Supracondylar Fracture: Reduction and PinningHip AspirationFemoral and Tibial Traction Pin Placement