Master Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery: Relevant Surgical Exposures

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Overview

This important new Master Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery volume demonstrates approximately 100 of the most successful, widely used surgical exposures. World-renowned master surgeons describe their preferred surgical exposure techniques in step-by-step detail and offer pearls and tips for improving results. The book is thoroughly illustrated with full-color, sequential, surgeon's-eye view photographs of anatomic dissections, with accompanying drawings by a noted medical illustrator to give surgeons a full understanding of what they will encounter in a patient.

Chapters cover each anatomic region of the musculoskeletal system and spine. Exposures are organized similarly to the other Master Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery volumes.

A companion Website offers the fully searchable text and an image bank.

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Table of Contents

Section I: UPPER EXTREMITY

Chapter 1: Hand and Wrist
Part 1: Dorsal Approach to the Wrist
Part 2: Surgical Approach of the Ulnar Nerve at the Level of the Wrist
Part 3: Surgical Approaches of Flexor Tendons in Wrist and Hand
Part 4: Volar Approach to the Wrist
Part 5: Dorsal Radial Exposure of the Scaphoid

Chapter 2: Forearm

POSTERIOR APPROACH TO THE RADIUS (THOMPSON)

ANTERIOR (HENRY) SURGICAL EXPOSURE TO THE PROXIMAL RADIUS

EXPOSURE OF THE SHAFT OF THE ULNA

Chapter 3: Elbow

OLECRANON OSTEOTOMY

LATERAL EXPOSURES

POSTERIOR-MEDIAL EXPOSURE

MEDIAL EXPOSURES

Chapter 4: Humerus

EXTENSILE ANTERIOR LATERAL APPROACH TO THE HUMERUS

POSTERIOR EXPOSURES

Chapter 5: Shoulder

ANTERIOR SUPERIOR APPROACH FOR ROTATOR CUFF REPAIR

HORIZONTAL INCISION FOR CLAVICLE FRACTURES AND NON-UNIONS

DELTOPECTORAL APPROACH FOR FRACTURES AND ARTHROPLASTY

POSTERIOR EXPOSURE FOR RECURRENT POSTERIOR SHOULDER INSTABILITY

ANTERIOR INFERIOR APPROACH FOR SHOULDER INSTABILITY

Section II: LOWER EXTREMITY

Chapter 6: Pelvis

POSTERIOR APPROACH TO THE SACRUM AND SACROILIAC JOINT

APPROACH TO THE ACETABULUM THROUGH THE ILIOINGUINAL APPROACH

APPROACH TO THE PUBIC SYMPHYSIS AND STOPPA APPROACH

APPROACH TO THE POSTERIOR PELVIS (KOCHER-LANGENBECK APPROACH)

APPROACH TO THE ACETABULUM THROUGH THE EXTENDED ILIOFEMORAL APPROACH

Chapter 7: Hip and Acetabulum

ANTERIOR-LATERAL EXPOSURE (HARDINGE)

THE MAYO LIMITED (MINIMAL) ANTERIOR

LIMITED ANTERIOR HIP JOINT EXPOSURE (LIMITED SMITHPETERSON)

POSTERIOR APPROACH TO THE HIP

LIMITED POSTERIOR EXPOSURE (DORR, PAGNANO)

TROCHANTERIC OSTEOTOMY

Chapter 8: Femur

ANTEROMEDIAL APPROACH TO THE FEMUR

ANTEROLATERAL APPROACH TO THE FEMUR

POSTEROLATERAL APPROACH TO THE FEMUR

POSTERIOR APPROACH TO THE FEMUR

MEDIAL APPROACH TO THE FEMUR

Chapter 9: Knee

GENERAL OBSERVATIONS REGARDING SKIN INCISION

STANDARD MEDIAL PARAPATELLAR ARTHROTOMY

Chapter 10: Tibia and Fibula

RELEVANT ANATOMY

POSTEROMEDIAL APPROACH TO THE PROXIMAL TIBIA

Chapter 11: Foot and Ankle

ANATOMIC CONSIDERATIONS

APPROACHES TO THE DISTAL TIBIA/ANKLE JOINT

Section III: SPINE

Chapter 12: Cervical Spine

ANTERIOR APPROACHES

POSTERIOR APPROACHES

Chapter 13: Thoracic Spine

ANTERIOR CERVICAL THORACIC APPROACHES

ANTERIOR THORACOLUMBAR EXTENSILE APPROACH

Chapter 14: Lumbar Spine

Part 1. Anterior Exposures of the Lumbar Spine

ANTERIOR PARAMEDIAN RETROPERITONEAL LUMBAR EXPOSURE

LATERAL LUMBAR APPROACH

Part 2. Posterior Exposures of the Lumbar Spine

POSTERIOR EXPOSURE FOR UNILATERAL LUMBAR DECOMPRESSION

POSTERIOR BILATERAL EXPOSURE OF THE LUMBAR SPINE

EXPOSURE OF THE LUMBAR SPINE FOR TRANSFORAMINAL LUMBAR INTERBODY FUSION

INDEX

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