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Overview

This highly acclaimed volume of the Master Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery series is now in its Second Edition—greatly expanded and completely revised to reflect the latest improvements in surgical technique. The world’s foremost shoulder surgeons describe their preferred techniques in step-by-step detail, explain the indications and contraindications, identify pitfalls and potential complications, and offer pearls and tips for improving results. The book is thoroughly illustrated with full-color, sequential, surgeon’s-eye view intraoperative photographs, as well as drawings by noted medical illustrators.

The Second Edition provides thorough updates on all surgical techniques and highlights recent advances in arthroscopic treatment of the shoulder. New chapters cover latissimus dorsi transfers in rotator cuff reconstructions; surgical treatment of sternoclavicular injuries; revision surgery in total shoulder replacement; managing soft tissue deficiencies in total shoulder replacement; arthroscopic repair of rotator cuff; arthroscopic thermal stabilization; arthroscopic capsular release for the stiff shoulder; arthroscopic calcium excision; and open and arthroscopic debridement of full-thickness rotator cuff tears. This edition includes many new contributing authors and new illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

Mark R. Hutchinson
This series of nine volumes is designed to provide direct detailed access to preferred techniques of surgeons recognized as masters by their colleagues. The CD-ROM version allows video and audio clips and expanded references compared to the standard text. The purpose of this CD-ROM is to gather ""masters"" in shoulder surgery to allow practitioners the benefit of their learned experience. The CD-ROM has distinct advantages over the text format in that it allows more interactive control of audio and video supplements. This CD-ROM is targeted at the primary care provider who is maintaining or expanding his level of knowledge. The Core Curriculum Program has a membership group of primary care providers who continually update their knowledge and obtain CME credit through this interactive CD-ROM or Internet approach. A broad range of problems related to the foot and ankle, from biomechanical to shoe wear, are explored. Each slide is downloadable to your own carousel and can be accompanied by a transcript of the text. The links to sites on the WWW are beneficial for more in depth study. This product does not take advantage of all of the capabilities of Windows 95 which would allow a simple load, install, and play. Instead users must go through a separate run program. Many of the presentations could be of greater value with less slides and more 3-D or visual images. Using this CD-ROM is like going to a national meeting and attending a series of lectures on topics of the foot and ankle. I found myself going through the entire CD-ROM to see what they would teach me next. Unfortunately, this CD-ROM fails to present surgical interventions or show excellent images of pathology. It is also verybiased toward certain sponsors of each lecture. Nonetheless, it is valuable and I would make it available to all residents and medical students.
From The Critics
Reviewer: Mark R. Hutchinson, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description: This series of nine volumes is designed to provide direct detailed access to preferred techniques of surgeons recognized as masters by their colleagues. The CD-ROM version allows video and audio clips and expanded references compared to the standard text.
Purpose: The purpose of this CD-ROM is to gather "masters" in shoulder surgery to allow practitioners the benefit of their learned experience. The CD-ROM has distinct advantages over the text format in that it allows more interactive control of audio and video supplements.
Audience: This CD-ROM is targeted at the primary care provider who is maintaining or expanding his level of knowledge. The Core Curriculum Program has a membership group of primary care providers who continually update their knowledge and obtain CME credit through this interactive CD-ROM or Internet approach.
Features: A broad range of problems related to the foot and ankle, from biomechanical to shoe wear, are explored. Each slide is downloadable to your own carousel and can be accompanied by a transcript of the text. The links to sites on the WWW are beneficial for more in depth study. This product does not take advantage of all of the capabilities of Windows 95 which would allow a simple load, install, and play. Instead users must go through a separate run program. Many of the presentations could be of greater value with less slides and more 3-D or visual images.
Assessment: Using this CD-ROM is like going to a national meeting and attending a series of lectures on topics of the foot and ankle. I found myself going through the entire CD-ROM to see what they would teach me next. Unfortunately, this CD-ROM fails to present surgical interventions or show excellent images of pathology. It is also very biased toward certain sponsors of each lecture. Nonetheless, it is valuable and I would make it available to all residents and medical students.

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780781735902
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 10/28/2003
  • Series: Master Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Edition description: Second Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 720
  • Product dimensions: 8.60 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Table of Contents

PART I ARTHROSCOPY

Chapter 1
Arthroscopic Subacromial Decompression and Rotator Cuff Débridement 3

Timothy S. Johnson and Russell F. Warren

Chapter 2
Arthroscopic Distal Clavicle Excision 21

David S. Morrison and Paul H. Woodworth

Chapter 3
Arthroscopic Repair of the Rotator Cuff 35

Robert H. Bell

Chapter 4
Arthroscopic Partial Repair of the Rotator Cuff 59

Ian K. Y. Lo and Stephen S. Burkhart

Chapter 5
Arthroscopic Repair of Anterior Instability 83

Peter Habermeyer and Sven Lichtenberg

Chapter 6
Arthroscopic Repair of Posterior Instability 103

Sabrina Strickland, Riley J. Williams III, and David Altchek

Chapter 7
Arthroscopic Treatment of the Arthritic Shoulder 115

J. Randall Ramsey, Felix H. Savoie III, and Larry D. Field

Chapter 8
Arthroscopic Biceps Tenodesis and Release 129

Pascal Boileau, Sumant G. Krishnan, and Gilles Walch

Chapter 9
Arthrothermal Stabilization 147

Edward V. Craig

Chapter 10
Arthroscopic Capsular Release for the Stiff Shoulder 161

Thomas F. Holovacs, James D. O’Holleran, and Jon J. P. Warner

Chapter 11
Arthroscopic Calcium Excision 177

Steven Klepps, Chunyan Jiang, and Evan L. Flatow

Chapter 12
Arthroscopic Repair of Labral and SLAP Lesions 191

Stephen J. Snyder and Earl J. Kilbride

PART II INSTABILITY

Chapter 13
Bankart Repair of Anterior Shoulder Dislocation and Subluxation 209

Bertram Zarins

Chapter 14
Anterior Capsulolabral Reconstruction for Instability in the Overhead-throwing Athlete 225

Larry R. Stayner and Frank W. Jobe

Chapter 15
Anteroinferior Capsular Shift for Involuntary Multidirectional Instability 241

Steven P. Kalandiak, R. Stacy Tapscott, Michael A. Wirth, and Charles A. Rockwood, Jr.

Chapter 16
Capsular Repair for Recurrent Posterior Instability 273

James E. Tibone

Chapter 17
McLaughlin Procedure for Acute and Chronic Posterior Dislocations 289

Joseph D. Zuckerman

PART III ROTATOR CUFF

Chapter 18
Mini-open and Open Techniques for Full-thickness Rotator Cuff Repairs 309

Edward V. Craig

Chapter 19
Repair of Massive Rotator Cuff Tears 341

John J. Brems

Chapter 20
Latissimus Dorsi Transfers in Rotator Cuff Reconstruction 361

Thomas F. Holovacs, Norman Espinosa, and Christian Gerber

PART IV TRAUMA

Chapter 21
Open Reduction and Internal Fixation of Fractures and Nonunions of the Clavicle 385

Peter Kloen and David L. Helfet

Chapter 22
Operative Treatment of Three-part Proximal Humeral Fractures 413

Theodore F. Schlegel and Richard J. Hawkins

Chapter 23
Proximal Humeral Arthroplasty for Acute Fractures 427

Gregory N. Lervick and Louis U. Bigliani

Chapter 24
Operative Treatment of Displaced Surgical Neck Fractures of the Proximal Humerus 449

Charles N. Cornell

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