An Atlas of Surgical Approaches to the Bones and Joints of the Dog and Cat / Edition 4

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Overview

This well-illustrated atlas provides detailed coverage of the surgical anatomy of the skeletal system of dogs and cats. It's a great learning and teaching tool for small animal surgery that contains highly detailed and clearly labeled drawings of bones and joints. The comprehensive coverage and vivid detail allow surgeons to explore a variety of approaches to fit each unique clinical situation.

• Each illustration has been created by an expert artist and conveys substantial clarity, realism, and detail
• A consistent presentation, with text on left side of the page and illustration plates on right, provides easy access to key material
• Full pages are dedicated to each plate with descriptive titles and detailed labeling
• Cross references allow for easy comparison of approaches to the same area or the combination of approaches to treat multiple injuries
• Each approach has one plate number, no matter how many parts, and thus can be referenced by the plate number rather than by the page number
• Primary indications are listed for each approach
• References are organized in one section at the back of the book

• Anatomic labels have been modified to make each section of a plate independent by making the labels cumulative
• Contains more than 20 updated illustrations
• Step-by-step procedure descriptions have been expanded with more detailed coverage of patient positioning, anatomic landmarks, potential dangers, and increasing exposure
• Features a new section in the introductory chapter on planning for an approach, including 4 new radiographs

This book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780721687070
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 1/21/2004
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 416
  • Sales rank: 1,204,831
  • Product dimensions: 8.80 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

SECTION I GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
Attributes of an Acceptable Approach to a Bone or Joint
Factors to Consider when Choosing an Approach
Aseptic Technique
Surgical Principles
Anatomy
SECTION II THE HEAD
Approach to the Rostral Shaft of the Mandible
Approach to the Caudal Shaft and Ramus of the Mandible
Approach to the Ramus of the Mandible
Approach to the Temporomanibular Joint
Approach to the Dorsolateral Surface of the Skull
Approach to the Caudal Surface of the Skull
SECTION III THE VERTEBRAL COLUMN
Approach to Cervical Vertebrae 1 and 2 Through a Ventral Incision
Approach to Cervical Vertebrae 1 and 2 Through a Dorsal Incision
Approach to Cervical Vertebrae and Intervertebral Disks 2-7 Through a Ventral Incision
Approach to the Midcervical Vertebrae Through a Dorsal Incision
Approach to Cervical Vertebrae 3 to 6 Through a Lateral Incision
Approach to the Caudal Cervical and Cranial Thoracic Vertebrae Through a Dorsal Incision
Approach to the Thoracolumbar Vertebrae Through a Dorsal Incision
Approach to the Thoracolumbar Intervertebral Disks Through a Dorsolateral Incision
Approach to the Thoracolumbar Intervertebral Disks Through a Lateral Incision
Approach to Lumbar Vertebra 7 and the Sacrum Through a Dorsal Incision
Approach to Lumbar Vertebrae 6 and 7, and the Sacrum Through a Ventral Abdominal Incision
Approach to the Caudal Vertebrae Through a Dorsal Incision
SECTION IV THE SCAPULA AND SHOULDER JOINT
Approach to the Body, Spine, and Acromion Process of the Scapula
Approach to the Craniolateral Region of the Shoulder Joint
Approach to the Craniolateral Region of the Shoulder Joint by Tenotomy of the Infraspinatus Muscle
Approach to the Caudolateral Region of the Shoulder Joint
Approach to the Caudal Region of the Shoulder Joint
Approach to the Craniomedial Region of the Shoulder Joint
Approach to the Cranial Region of the Shoulder Joint
SECTION V THE FORELIMB
Approach to the Proximal Shaft of the Humerus
Approach to the Mid-Shaft of the Humerus Through a Craniolateral Incision
Approach to the Shaft of the Humerus Through a Medial Incision
Approach to the Distal Shaft of the Humerus Through a Craniolateral Incision
Approach to the Distal Shaft and Supracondylar Region of the Humerus Through a Medial Incision
Approach to the Lateral Aspect of the Humeral Condyle and Epicondyle
Approach to the Lateral Humeroulnar Part of the Elbow Joint
Approach to the Supracondylar Region of the Humerus and the Caudal Humeroulnar Part of the Elbow Joint
Approach to the Humeroulnar Part of the Elbow Joint by Osteotomy of the Tuber Olecrani
Approach to the Humeroulnar Part of the Elbow Joint by Triceps Tenotomy
Approach to the Elbow Joint by Osteotomy of the Proximal Ulnar Diaphysis
Approach to the Head of the Radius and Lateral Parts of the Elbow Joint
Approach to the Head of the Radius and Humeroradial Part of the Elbow Joint by Osteotomy of the Lateral Humeral Epicondyle
Approach to the Medial Humeral Epicondyle
Approach to the Medial Aspect of the Humeral Condyle and the Medial Coronoid Process of the Ulna by an Intermuscular Incision
Approach to the Medial Aspect of the Humeral Condyle and the Medial Coronoid Process of the Ulna by Osteotomy of the Medial Humeral Epicondyle
Approach to the Proximal Shaft and Trochlear Notch of the Ulna
Approach to the Tuber Olecrani
Approach to the Distal Shaft and Styloid Prcoess of the Ulna
Approach to the Head and Proximal Metaphysis of the Radius
Approach to the Shaft of the Radius Through a Medial Incision
Approach to the Shaft of the Radius Through a Lateral Incision
Approach to the Distal Radius and Carpus Through a Dorsal Incision
Approach to the Distal Radius and Carpus Through a Palmaromedial Incision
Approach to the Accessory Carpal Bone and Palmaolateral Carpal Joints
Approaches to the Metacarpal Bones
Approach to the Proximal Sesamoid Bones
Approaches to the Phalanges and Interphalangeal Joints
SECTION VI THE PELVIS AND HIP JOINT
Approach to the Wing of the Ilium and Dorsal Aspect of the Sacrum
Approach to the Ilium Through a Lateral Incision
Approach to the Ventral Aspect of the Sacrum
Approach to the Craniodorsal Aspect of the Hip Joint Through a Craniolateral Incision
Approach to the Dorsal Aspect of the Hip Joint Through an Intergluteal Incision
Approach to the Craniodorsal and Caudodorsal Aspects of the Hip Joint by Osteotomy of the Greater Trochanter
Approach to the Craniodorsal and Caudodorsal Aspects of the Hip Joint by Tenotomy of the Gluteal Muscles
Approach to the Caudal Aspect of the Hip Joint and Body of the Ischium
Approach to the Os Coxae
Approach to the Ventral Aspect of the Hip Joint or the Ramus of the Pubis
Approach to the Pubis and Pelvic Symphysis
SECTION VII THE HINDLIMB
Approach to the Greater Trochanter and Subtrochanteric Region of the Femur
Approach to the Shaft of the Femur
Approach to the Distal Femur and Stifle Joint Through a Lateral Incision
Approach to the Stifle Joint Through a Lateral Incision
Approach to the Stifle Joint Through a Medial Incision
Approach to the Stifle Joint with Bilateral Exposure
Approach to the Distal Femur and Stifle Joint by Osteotomy of the Tibial Tuberosity
Approach to the Lateral Collateral Ligament and Caudolateral Part of the Stifle Joint
Approach to the Stifle Joint by Osteotomy of the Origin of the Lateral Collateral Ligament
Approach to the Medial Collateral Ligament and Caudomedial Part of the Stifle Joint
Approach to the Stifle Joint by Osteotomy of the Origin of the Medial Collateral Ligament
Approach to the Proximal Tibia Through a Medial Incision
Approach to the Shaft of the Tibia
Approach to the Lateral Malleolus and Talocrural Joint
Approach to the Medial Malleolus and Talocrural Joint
Approach to the Tarsocrural Joint by Osteotomy of the Medial Malleolus
Approach to the Calcaneus
Approach to the Calcaneus and Plantar Aspects of the Tarsal Bones
Approach to the Lateral Bones of the Tarsus
Approach to the Proximal Sesamoid Bones
Approach to the Phalanges and Interphalangeal Joints
Approaches to the Metatarsal Bones
REFERENCES

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