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Still a classic work in the field, the New Edition of this text is a definitive and detailed reference work on the elbow and the problems associated with it*with increased coverage of cartilage transplantation and new applications of arthroscopy. Including broadened and reorganized sections on arthroplasty and discussions from previous editions. Expert contributors and a generous number of updated illustrations are also added.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: Edward Abraham, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description: This is the second edition of a book broken up into 65 chapters with 62 contributors, most of whom are from Minnesota.
Purpose: The purpose is to present elbow problems and their solutions with a new emphasis on surgical technique. The material was thoroughly covered and appears to meet the objectives set out by the author.
Audience: The book is written for orthopedic surgeons and orthopedic residents. In most instances, the contributors are authorities in their field.
Features: The book is very well illustrated, but a significant number of illustrations are from other publications. The book is divided into many more chapters than is customary. For instance, there are separate chapters for loose bodies, and in the chapter on supracondylar fractures in children, the contributor failed to use current theories about the types of fractures with regard to periosteal changes and the role of the medial bony hinge in maintaining fracture reduction.
Assessment: The text thoroughly covers the diseases and disorders of the elbow joint. One has to question the wisdom of breaking the book up into so many chapters, which can be as short as six pages, including photos and illustrations. Also, there are too many cooks (contributors), writing about a joint that the author describes in the preface as "not frequently injured or involved with disease." In spite of these distractions, the book is a major work that should be in all medical libraries and easily accessible to practitioners and residents
Edward Abraham
This is the second edition of a book broken up into 65 chapters with 62 contributors, most of whom are from Minnesota. The purpose is to present elbow problems and their solutions with a new emphasis on surgical technique. The material was thoroughly covered and appears to meet the objectives set out by the author. The book is written for orthopedic surgeons and orthopedic residents. In most instances, the contributors are authorities in their field. The book is very well illustrated, but a significant number of illustrations are from other publications. The book is divided into many more chapters than is customary. For instance, there are separate chapters for loose bodies, and in the chapter on supracondylar fractures in children, the contributor failed to use current theories about the types of fractures with regard to periosteal changes and the role of the medial bony hinge in maintaining fracture reduction. The text thoroughly covers the diseases and disorders of the elbow joint. One has to question the wisdom of breaking the book up into so many chapters, which can be as short as six pages, including photos and illustrations. Also, there are too many cooks (contributors), writing about a joint that the author describes in the preface as ""not frequently injured or involved with disease."" In spite of these distractions, the book is a major work that should be in all medical libraries and easily accessible to practitioners and residents

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780721667942
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 1/28/1993
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 884

Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Embryology and Phylogeny 1
Embryology 1
Phylogeny 5
Ch. 2 Anatomy of the Elbow Joint 13
Ch. 3 Biomechanics of the Elbow 43
Ch. 4 Physical Examination of the Elbow 61
Ch. 5 Functional Evaluation of the Elbow 74
Ch. 6 Diagnostic Imaging of the Elbow 84
Ch. 7 Evaluation of the Problem Elbow 102
Ch. 8 Surgical Exposures of the Elbow 109
Ch. 9 Continuous Axial Brachial Plexus Catheters 135
Ch. 10 Rehabilitation 141
Ch. 11 Continuous Passive Motion 147
Ch. 12 Splints and Bracing at the Elbow 150
Ch. 13 Imaging of the Pediatric Elbow 155
Ch. 14 Congenital Abnormalities of the Elbow 165
Ch. 15 Supracondylar Fractures of the Elbow in Children 182
Ch. 16 Complications of Supracondylar Fractures of the Elbow 201
Ch. 17 Physeal Fractures of the Elbow 219
Ch. 18 Fractures of the Neck of the Radius in Children 236
Ch. 19 Proximal Ulnar Fractures in Children 251
Ch. 20 Osteochondritis Dissecans 255
Ch. 21 Dislocations of the Child's Elbow 261
Ch. 22 Post-Traumatic Elbow Stiffness in Children 287
Ch. 23 Fractures of the Distal Humerus in Adults 293
Ch. 24 Nonunion and Delayed Union of Distal Humeral Fractures 331
Ch. 25 Radial Head Fracture 341
Ch. 26 Fractures of the Olecranon 365
Ch. 27 Nonunion of the Olecranon and Proximal Ulna 380
Ch. 28 Coronoid Process and Monteggia Fractures 396
Ch. 29 Elbow Dislocations 409
Ch. 30 Complex Instability of the Elbow 421
Ch. 31 Chronic Unreduced Elbow Dislocation 431
Ch. 32 Ectopic Ossification About the Elbow 437
Ch. 33 Extrinsic Contracture: "The Column Procedure," Lateral and Medial Capsular Releases 447
Ch. 34 External Fixators of the Elbow 457
Ch. 35 Injury of the Flexors of the Elbow: Biceps in Tendon Injury 468
Ch. 36 Rupture of the Triceps Tendon 479
Ch. 37 Soft Tissue Coverage of the Elbow 485
Ch. 38 Replantation About the Elbow 497
Ch. 39 Arthroscopy 505
Portals in Elbow Arthroscopy 505
Elbow Arthroscopy: Loose Bodies 510
Debridement 514
Arthroscopic Capsular Release 516
Complications of Elbow Arthroscopy 519
Elbow Arthroscopy: The Future 522
Ch. 40 Muscle and Tendon Trauma: Tennis Elbow Tendinosis 523
Ch. 41 Medial Epicondylitis 537
Ch. 42 Surgical Failure of Tennis Elbow 543
Ch. 43 Diagnosis and Treatment of Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injuries in Athletes 549
Ch. 44 Lateral Collateral Ligament Injury 556
Ch. 45 Articular Injuries in the Athlete 563
Ch. 46 Overuse Syndrome 577
Ch. 47 Elbow Arthroplasty: Historical Perspective and Current Concepts 583
Ch. 48 Resurfacing Elbow Replacement Arthroplasty 602
Rationale, Technique, and Results 602
The Kudo Total Elbow Replacment 610
Souter-Strathclyde Elbow Arthroplasty 613
Ch. 49 Semiconstrained Elbow Replacement Arthroplasty: Rationale and Surgical Technique 617
Ch. 50 Total Elbow Arthroplasty in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis 631
Ch. 51 Total Elbow Arthroplasty for Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis 640
Ch. 52 Semiconstrained Elbow Replacement: Results in Traumatic Conditions 646
Ch. 53 Total Elbow Arthroplasty for Nonunion and Dysfunctional Instability 655
Ch. 54 Total Elbow Arthroplasty for Primary Osteoarthritis 662
Ch. 55 Complications of Elbow Replacement Surgery 667
Ch. 56 Treatment of the Infected Total Elbow Arthroplasty 678
Ch. 57 Revision of Failed Total Elbow Arthroplasty 685
Ch. 58 Nonimplantation Salvage of Failed Reconstructive Procedures of the Elbow 701
Ch. 59 Synovectomy of the Elbow 708
Ch. 60 Interposition Arthroplasty of the Elbow 718
Ch. 61 Arthrodesis 731
Ch. 62 Flaccid Dysfunction of the Elbow 738
Ch. 63 Spastic Dysfunction of the Elbow 763
Ch. 64 Amputation 772
Ch. 65 Rheumatoid Arthritis 781
Ch. 66 Nonrheumatoid Inflammatory Arthritis 793
Ch. 67 Primary Degenerative Arthritis of the Elbow: Ulnohumeral Arthroplasty 799
Ch. 68 Septic Arthritis 809
Ch. 69 Hematologic Arthritis 819
Ch. 70 Neurotrophic Arthritis 830
Ch. 71 Nerve Entrapment Syndromes 839
Ch. 72 Pain Dysfunction Syndrome 863
Ch. 73 Neoplasms of the Elbow 873
Ch. 74 Loose Bodies 890
Ch. 75 Bursitis 901
Ch. 76 The Elbow in Metabolic Disease 909
Index 915
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