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Overview

Here's the New Edition of the must-have reference in sports medicine! Covering all athletes throughout their lifespan, this 2-volume reference explores the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of the full spectrum of sports-related injuries and medical disorders. It provides the most clinically focused, comprehensive guidance available in any single source, with contributions from the most respected authorities in the field. Thoroughly revised and updated, you’ll find state-of-the-art coverage in an all-new full-color format and access to the complete contents online, with video clips and more!

• Encompasses imaging techniques, the management of both adult and child/adolescent injuries, and sports-related fractures to help you meet for every clinical challenge.

• Includes coverage of important non-orthopaedic conditions in the management of the athlete for a complete guide to treatment.

• Integrates coverage of pediatric and aging athletes to help you meet the unique needs of these patients.

• Covers rehabilitation and other therapeutic modalities in the context of return to play.

• lDelivers new and expanded coverage of arthroscopic techniques, including ACL reconstruction, allograft cartilage transplantation, rotator cuff repair, and complications in athletes, as well as injury prevention, nutrition, pharmacology, and psychology in sports.

• Offers unprecedented reference power with access to the full text online, with links to PubMed, an image library, self-assessment material, and more.

• Includes video clips demonstrating arthroscopic and open surgical techniques on the website to enhance your mastery of essential skills.

• Offers a new full-color design and format including over 3000 superb illustrations, intraoperative and clinical photos, and boxed and color-coded text features to clarify key concepts, diagnostic landmarks, and operative techniques.

Web site access will be provided until the next edition is published, or until the current edition is no longer offered for sale by Elsevier.

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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Mark R Hutchinson, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description: This is a timely update of the classic textbook of orthopedic sports medicine. With this third edition, the authors provide a cutting-edge reference with the bonus of modern technology of instructional videos and web-based consultation. The original was published in 1994, with the second edition in 2003.
Purpose: This two-volume book was created to serve as the go-to reference for orthopedic sports medicine. Each chapter is filled with supportive science and references that assure that the authors have accomplished their goal. I love this update with all of its new bells and whistles.
Audience: The obvious audience is orthopedic sports surgeons, orthopedic general surgeons who do some sports, and orthopedic residents in training. However, it also will be a sought after book for primary care sports physicians and physical therapists who serve the athletic population and need to keep their knowledge base up to date and to communicate with their orthopedic colleagues. Drs. DeLee and Drez have been the leaders in educational textbooks for orthopedic sports medicine since the first edition was published in 1994. Bringing in one of the premier educators of our time, Mark Miller, as an editor serves to further secure the book's pre-eminent position. The editors have invited some of the most knowledgeable surgeons and specialists in the field to contribute.
Features: This thorough book provides significant depth and support for each chapter from basic science, to primary care issues, to specific surgical techniques. It is a classic reference that presents in-depth knowledge but allows readers to dig deeper using the excellent supporting references.
Assessment: Each edition of this book has taken a cherished and privileged place in my library. I am confident that this edition will have as many well-worn pages as the earlier ones, as I go back and re-read the chapters to address issues unique to my patients. This new edition should be a part of every academic library — I will insist that it is part of our university orthopedic library — and it most certainly will occupy a privileged spot in my personal library.
From the Publisher
“No other comparable and comprehensive sports-medicine textbook exists. This textbook should prove useful to the practicing orthopaedic surgeon, resident, fellow, therapist, or athletic trainer who has an interest in physically active patients.” –JBJS, review of previous edition
From The Critics
Reviewer:Mark R Hutchinson, MD(University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description:This is a timely update of the classic textbook of orthopedic sports medicine. With this third edition, the authors provide a cutting-edge reference with the bonus of modern technology of instructional videos and web-based consultation. The original was published in 1994, with the second edition in 2003.
Purpose:This two-volume book was created to serve as the go-to reference for orthopedic sports medicine. Each chapter is filled with supportive science and references that assure that the authors have accomplished their goal. I love this update with all of its new bells and whistles.
Audience:The obvious audience is orthopedic sports surgeons, orthopedic general surgeons who do some sports, and orthopedic residents in training. However, it also will be a sought after book for primary care sports physicians and physical therapists who serve the athletic population and need to keep their knowledge base up to date and to communicate with their orthopedic colleagues. Drs. DeLee and Drez have been the leaders in educational textbooks for orthopedic sports medicine since the first edition was published in 1994. Bringing in one of the premier educators of our time, Mark Miller, as an editor serves to further secure the book's pre-eminent position. The editors have invited some of the most knowledgeable surgeons and specialists in the field to contribute.
Features:This thorough book provides significant depth and support for each chapter from basic science, to primary care issues, to specific surgical techniques. It is a classic reference that presents in-depth knowledge but allows readers to dig deeper using the excellent supporting references.
Assessment:Each edition of this book has taken a cherished and privileged place in my library. I am confident that this edition will have as many well-worn pages as the earlier ones, as I go back and re-read the chapters to address issues unique to my patients. This new edition should be a part of every academic library -- I will insist that it is part of our university orthopedic library -- and it most certainly will occupy a privileged spot in my personal library.
From The Critics
Reviewer: Mark R Hutchinson, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description: This is a timely update of the classic textbook of orthopedic sports medicine. With this third edition, the authors provide a cutting-edge reference with the bonus of modern technology of instructional videos and web-based consultation. The original was published in 1994, with the second edition in 2003.
Purpose: This two-volume book was created to serve as the go-to reference for orthopedic sports medicine. Each chapter is filled with supportive science and references that assure that the authors have accomplished their goal. I love this update with all of its new bells and whistles.
Audience: The obvious audience is orthopedic sports surgeons, orthopedic general surgeons who do some sports, and orthopedic residents in training. However, it also will be a sought after book for primary care sports physicians and physical therapists who serve the athletic population and need to keep their knowledge base up to date and to communicate with their orthopedic colleagues. Drs. DeLee and Drez have been the leaders in educational textbooks for orthopedic sports medicine since the first edition was published in 1994. Bringing in one of the premier educators of our time, Mark Miller, as an editor serves to further secure the book's pre-eminent position. The editors have invited some of the most knowledgeable surgeons and specialists in the field to contribute.
Features: This thorough book provides significant depth and support for each chapter from basic science, to primary care issues, to specific surgical techniques. It is a classic reference that presents in-depth knowledge but allows readers to dig deeper using the excellent supporting references.
Assessment: Each edition of this book has taken a cherished and privileged place in my library. I am confident that this edition will have as many well-worn pages as the earlier ones, as I go back and re-read the chapters to address issues unique to my patients. This new edition should be a part of every academic library — I will insist that it is part of our university orthopedic library — and it most certainly will occupy a privileged spot in my personal library.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781416031437
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 9/9/2009
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 2392
  • Product dimensions: 9.60 (w) x 12.00 (h) x 5.00 (d)

Table of Contents

PART I: BASICS Chapter 1. Basic Science and Injury of Muscle, Tendon and Ligament, Section editor: Mark D. Miller Section A. Physiology of injury to musculoskeletal structures 1. Muscle and tendon injury 2. Ligamentous injury 3. Articular cartilage injury 4. Meniscus injury 5. Bone injury Section B. Fundamentals of biomechanics Section C. Design and statistics in sports medicine Chapter 2. Surgical principles, Section editor: Jesse C. DeLee Section A. Arthroscopic principles Section B. Suture materials Section C. Allograft tissues Chapter 3. Non-orthopaedic conditions, Section editor: Thomas M. Best Section A. Infectious disease and sports Section B. Management of hypertension in athletes Section C. Sudden death in athletes: causes, screening strategies, use of participation guidelines and treatment of episodes Section D. Diabetes mellitus Section E. Exercise-induced bronchospasm Section F. Sports and epilepsy Section G. Dermatologic disorders Chapter 4. Exercise physiology, Section Editors: Joseph M. Hart, Donald E. Fowler, III, David J. Lunardini Chapter 5. Rehabilitation and therapeutic modalities, Section editors: Russell Paine, Bob Mangine Section A. Language of exercise and rehabilitation Section B. Electrical stimulation Section C. Therapeutic cold and heat Section D. Therapeutic exercise modalities Section E. Stretching Section F. Role of proprioceptive and functional joint stability Chapter 6. Principles of injury prevention, Section editor: Bert Mandelbaum Section A. General principles Section B. Factors predisposing to injury Section C. Functional training for knee injury prevention Section D. Functional training for shoulder injury prevention Chapter 7. Complications, Section editor: Mark D. Miller Section A. Complex regional pain syndromes including reflex sympathetic dystrophy and causalgia Section B. DVT and pulmonary embolism Section C. Infection: prevention, control, and treatment Chapter 8. Nutrition, pharmacology and psychology in sports, Section editors: Edward McDevitt, Dave Brown Section A. Nutrition Section B. Pharmacology 1. Sports pharmacology: ergogenic drugs in sports Section C. Psychology Section D. Chronobiology Chapter 9. The young athlete Chapter 10. The female athlete, Section Editors: Letha Y. Griffin, April Armstrong, Marlene DeMaio Chapter 11. Environmental Stress, Section Editor: Gomez Section A. Heat Section B. Cold Section C. Stress Chapter 12. The team physician: preparticipation examination, on-field emergencies, and ethical and legal issues, Section Editors: COL Thomas M. DeBerardino, MAJ Brett D. Owens Chapter 13. Basic imaging techniques, Section Editors: Clement, Gilley Chapter 14. Stress injuries, Section Editor: Luke Choi

PART II: ANATOMIC SITE OF INJURY Chapter 15. Head injuries, Section Editors: Robert C. Cantu, Robert V. Cantu Chapter 16. Spinal injuries Section A. Cervical spine injuries 1. Cervical spine injuries in the adult 2. Cervical spine injuries in the child Section B. Thoracolumbar injuries 1. Thoracolumbar injuries in the adult 2. Thoracolumbar injuries in the child Chapter 17. Shoulder, Section editors: Brad Edwards, Elkousy Section A. Anatomy and biomechanics 1. Anatomy and biomechanics of the adult 2. Anatomy and biomechanics of the child Section B. Sternoclavicular joint injuries 1. Sternoclavicular joint injuries in the adult 2. Sternoclavicular joint injuries in the child Section C. Acromioclavicular injuries Section D. Glenoid and scapular fractures Section E. Coracoid injuries Section E. Scapulothoracic bursitis Section F. Sternum and rib fractures in adults and children Section G. Muscle and tendon ruptures Section H. Glenohumeral instabilities 2. Glenohumeral instabilities in the child 3. Imaging of glenohumeral instabilities Section I. Rotator cuff problems 1. Impingement 2. Labral 3. Tears Section J. Injuries of the proximal humerus 1. Injuries of the proximal humerus in adults 2. Injuries of the proximal humerus in children Section K. Adhesive capsulitis Section L. Shoulder replacement Section M. Nerve lesions Section N. Thoracic outlet syndrome Section O. Vascular problems Chapter 18. Arm, Section editor: Fred Corley Section A. Soft tissue and fracture Section B. Neurovascular Chapter 19. Elbow and forearm, Section editor: Larry Field, Savoie Section A. Biomechanics Section B. Tendinopathies, overload injuries and ruptures Section C. Throwing injuries 1. Throwing injuries in adults 2. Throwing injuries in children Section D. Osteocondroses Section E. Forearm fractures Section F. Heterotrophic ossifications Section G. Neurovascular problems about Chapter 20. Wrist and Hand,Section editor: Jack Ingari Section A. Wrist 1. The adult wrist 2. The child wrist Section B. Hand 1. The adult hand 2. The child hand Section C. Arthroscopy Chapter 21. Hip, pelvis and thigh, Section editor: Mark D. Miller Section A. Hip and pelvis Section B. The thigh Section C. Physical activity and sports participation following total hip arthroplasty Chapter 22. Patella, Section editor: David Drez Section A. Patellar and quadriceps tendinopathies and ruptures Section B. Osteocondroses Section C. Subluxation and dislocation 1. subluxation and dislocation: acute 2. subluxation and dislocation: recurrent Section D. Patellar fractures Chapter 23. Knee, Section editor: Mark D. Miller Section A. Relevant biomechanics of the knee Section B. Meniscal injuries Section C. Medial ligament injuries Section D. Anterior cruciate ligament injuries 1. Anterior cruciate ligament injuries in the adult 2. Anterior cruciate ligament injuries in the child Section E. Posterior cruciate ligament injuries 1. Posterior cruciate ligament injuries in the adult 2. Posterior cruciate ligament injuries in the child Section F. Lateral and posterolateral injuries of the knee Section G. Multiple ligament knee injuries Section H. Osteochondritis dissecans Section I. Articular cartilage lesion Section J. Knee replacement in aging athletes Section K. High tibial osteotomy in the anterior cruciate ligament-deficient knee with varus angulation Section L. Vascular problems - popliteal artery entrapment Chapter 24. Leg, Section editor: David Drez Section A. Stress fractures Section B. exertional compartment syndrome Chapter 25. Foot and ankle, Section editors: William McGarvey, Thomas Clanton Section A. Biomechanics Section B. Sports shoes and orthotics Section C. Ligament injuries Section D. Tendon injuries Section E. Stress fractures Section F. Heel pain Section G. Entrapment neuropathies Section H. Forefoot conditions, including nails Section I. Articular Cartilage Lesions Section J. Osteochondroses

Appendix. Sports medicine terminology, Dean C. Taylor, Robert A. Arciero, Donald T. Kirkendall, William E. Garrett, Jr.

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