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Reviewer: Mark R Hutchinson, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description: This book is the 13th volume in a series dedicated to the hand and upper extremity. This volume is dedicated in particular to arthroscopic techniques.
Purpose: The purpose is to define the current status of arthroscopy in the upper extremity and serve as a useful reference for arthroscopists, specialized surgeons, and surgeons in training. The book does an admirable job of accomplishing this goal within the limits of a textbook format, which in general may be 1 to 3 years behind the most current journal literature.
Audience: The editors have provided a collection of internationally acclaimed surgeons to author chapters in their specific areas of expertise. This collection of experts itself makes the text unique and valuable.
Features: Each chapter is supported by numerous, high-quality full color photographs of patients and arthroscopic images that make the book pleasant and interesting to read. The references that follow each chapter are an appropriate mix of classic references as well as recent literature from the late 1980s and early 1990s. I found the book easy and informative to read.
Assessment: This book provides a unique international perspective regarding the current state of the art of arthroscopy in the upper extremity in the world. Various texts currently available are dedicated to just shoulder, elbow, or wrist arthroscopy. Therefore, it would be impossible for this concise volume to be as complete and extensive. Nonetheless, I found it good reading and valuable for an overview of the upper extremity arthroscopy for the surgeon in training or as a review for the avid arthroscopist.
Mark R. Hutchinson
This book is the 13th volume in a series dedicated to the hand and upper extremity. This volume is dedicated in particular to arthroscopic techniques. The purpose is to define the current status of arthroscopy in the upper extremity and serve as a useful reference for arthroscopists, specialized surgeons, and surgeons in training. The book does an admirable job of accomplishing this goal within the limits of a textbook format, which in general may be 1 to 3 years behind the most current journal literature. The editors have provided a collection of internationally acclaimed surgeons to author chapters in their specific areas of expertise. This collection of experts itself makes the text unique and valuable. Each chapter is supported by numerous, high-quality full color photographs of patients and arthroscopic images that make the book pleasant and interesting to read. The references that follow each chapter are an appropriate mix of classic references as well as recent literature from the late 1980s and early 1990s. I found the book easy and informative to read. This book provides a unique international perspective regarding the current state of the art of arthroscopy in the upper extremity in the world. Various texts currently available are dedicated to just shoulder, elbow, or wrist arthroscopy. Therefore, it would be impossible for this concise volume to be as complete and extensive. Nonetheless, I found it good reading and valuable for an overview of the upper extremity arthroscopy for the surgeon in training or as a review for the avid arthroscopist.

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Table of Contents

1 History, Physical Examination, and Diagnostic Modalities 1
2 Arthroscopic Anatomy of the Shoulder Joint 7
3 Basic Techniques for Diagnostic and Operative Shoulder Arthroscopy 23
4 Arthroscopy for the Diagnosis of Shoulder Pain 43
5 Arthroscopic Treatment of Shoulder Instability: Extra-Articular Bankart Repair 57
6 Arthroscopic Treatment of Shoulder Instability: Capsulolabral Suture Repair for Traumatic and Atraumatic Anterior Instability 69
7 Arthroscopic Evaluation and Treatment of Rotator Cuff Disease 87
8 Arthroscopic Cuff Surgery: Arthroscopic Subacromial Decompression and Related Procedures 107
9 Arthroscopic Management of Impingement Syndrome 125
10 Arthroscopy of the Frozen Shoulder 135
11 Shoulder Arthroscopy in Athletes 143
12 Complications in Shoulder Arthroscopy 149
13 Elbow Arthroscopy: Technique and Anatomy 157
14 Elbow Arthroscopy: Indications and Results 165
15 Elbow Arthroscopy: Operative Techniques 177
16 Complications of Elbow Arthroscopy 187
17 Elbow Arthroscopy: Indications and Techniques in the Throwing Athlete 195
18 Radiocarpal and Midcarpal Wrist Arthroscopy: Technique and Anatomy 209
19 The Indications for Arthroscopy of the Wrist 227
20 Management of Chondral Lesions, Arthritis, and Synovitis 233
21 Arthroscopic Assisted Reduction and Internal Fixation of Distal Radial Fractures 239
22 Management of Triangular Fibrocartilage Derangements 253
23 Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release 275
24 Indications for Arthroscopy in the Painful Wrist 287
Index 303
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