Guide to anatomical terminology.
1. Musculoskeletal structure and function.
2. Calcium homeostasis and bone metabolism.
3. History and examination – an overview.
5. Anatomy of the arm.
6. History and examination of the arm.
7. Problems presenting in the arm.
8. Upper arm trauma.
9. Lower arm trauma.
10. Anatomy of the spine.
11. History and examination of the spine.
12. Problems presenting in the spine.
13. Trauma of the spine.
14. Anatomy of the leg.
15. History and examination of the leg.
16. Problems presenting in the hip.
17. Joint replacement.
18. Problems presenting in the lower leg.
19. Upper leg trauma.
20. Lower leg trauma.
21. The rheumatological history and examination.
22. Rheumatoid arthritis.
23. The spondyloarthropathies.
24. Acute joint disease.
25. Infection and malignancy.
27. Systemic lupus erythematosus.
28. The vasculitidies.
29. Other rheumatological conditions.
30. Orthopaedics in children.
31. Sports medicine.
32. Neurological disorders and orthotics.
33. Orthopaedics in the elderly.
34. Initial management of the polytraumatised patient.
35. Wound management (single).
36. Plastic surgery (single).
38. Nerve and spinal injuries.
39. Head injuries.
40. Fractures and dislocations.
41. Compartment syndrome (single).
Self-assessment case studies: questions.
Self-assessment case studies: answers.