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Overview

This portable references provide succinct information on the most common orthopaedic procedures.
*Quick access to key information
*More than 100 procedures in each book
*Includes CPT and ICD-9 reimbursement codes
*Original line drawings
*Organized by body area
*Only the most pertinent information

Robert Arciero, MD
Associate Professor
Department of Orthopaedics
University of Connecticut Health Center
School of Medicine
Farmington, CT

SERIES EDITOR:

Courtland G. Lewis, MD
Orthopaedic Associates of Hartford
Hartford, CN

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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 sports medicine entry in the Orthopaedic Pocket Procedures series is a succinct, user friendly resource that provides the user with brief descriptions of common procedures with illustrations and appropriate coding.
Purpose: The goal and purpose of the book is to provide a practical, quick reference resource regarding a broad range of sports medicine procedures. It includes synopses of surgical approaches, pertinent anatomy, alternative treatments, surgical indications, and coding clues. These goals are worthy and valuable and Dr. Arciero and his selected contributors have done an admirable job in giving us a functional quick reference.
Audience: The authors list their target audience as orthopedic residents, orthopedists recently in practice, physical therapists, athletic trainers, operating room personnel, and other healthcare providers. Clearly, these professionals who need a basic knowledge about these procedures will reap the benefit of the book. However, I have been in practice 10 years and love the book. It is a concise access to coding and a quick reference to alternatives. Dr. Arciero is highly respected by his colleagues and very knowledgeable.
Features: The handbook is a compendium of procedures excellently organized for quick reference. You can find the procedures alphabetically, by anatomic region, or by CPT code. Clearly, this unique approach to organization optimizes its use as a reference. The line drawings and pictures are concise and a basic need to know of anatomy. My only suggestion would be that, for each section and procedure, the authors include key structures at risk.
Assessment: The book is unique in that most books offer an in-depth analysis of each procedure or cover only a specific joint. This reference has succeeded in serving as a quick reference for most procedures performed by the sports medicine orthopedist. I am glad I have my copy and will buy more to put in the OR for my staff and residents and in my training rooms for my athletic trainers.

4 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071369893
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 1/28/2004
  • Series: Orthopaedic Pocket Procedures Ser.
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 314
  • Product dimensions: 6.05 (w) x 8.95 (h) x 0.71 (d)

Meet the Author

Robert Arciero, MD
Associate Professor
Department of Orthopaedics
University of Connecticut Health Center
School of Medicine
Farmington, CT

SERIES EDITOR:

Courtland G. Lewis, MD
Orthopaedic Associates of Hartford
Hartford, CN
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Table of Contents

Preface
Contributors
Pt. I Shoulder 1
1 Removal of Calcific Deposits 2
2 Partial Claviculectomy, Distal 4
3 Partial Claviculectomy, Proximal 6
4 Acromioplasty with Coracoacromial Ligament Release 8
5 Ostectomy of Scapula, Partial 12
6 Tenotomy, Long Tendon of Biceps 14
7 Open Repair, Ruptured Rotator Cuff Tendons 16
8 Tenodesis, Long Tendon of Biceps 18
9 Capsulorraphy with Labral Repair 20
10 Capsulorrhaphy, Anterior, with Coracoid Process Transfer 22
11 Capsulorrhaphy, Glenohumeral Joint, Posterior 24
12 Capsulorrhaphy, Glenohumeral Joint, Any Instability 26
13 Open Treatment of Acromioclavicular Dislocation 28
14 Open Treatment of Acromioclavicular Dislocation, with Graft 30
15 Shoulder Arthroscopy, Diagnostic 32
16 Arthroscopic Capsulorrhaphy, Anterior 34
17 Arthroscopic Capsulorrhaphy, Posterior 36
18 Arthroscopic Repair of SLAP Lesion, Suture Anchor Technique 38
19 Arthroscopic Repair of SLAP Lesion, Arthrosopic Tack Technique 40
20 Arthroscopy, Foreign Body Removal 42
21 Arthroscopic Synovectomy 44
22 Arthroscopic Resection, Distal Clavicle, Three Portal Technique 46
23 Arthroscopic Resection, Distal Clavicle, Two Portal Technique 48
24 Arthroscopic Lysis and Resection of Adhesions 50
25 Arthroscopic Decompression of Subacromial Space, Ellman Technique 52
26 Arthroscopic Decompression of Subacromial Space, Cutting-Block Technique 54
27 Arthroscopic Bankart Repair and Capsulorrhaphy for Anterior Instability 56
28 Arthroscopic Bankart Repair and Capsulorrhaphy for Posterior Instability 58
29 Arthroscopic Bankart Repair and Capsulorrhaphy for Anterior Instability, Tack Technique 60
30 Arthroscopic Thermal Capsulorraphy for Posterior Instability 62
31 Arthroscopic Thermal Capsulorraphy for Anterior Instability 64
32 Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair 66
33 Arthroscopic Rotator Interval Closure 70
Pt. II Elbow 73
34 Arthrotomy, Capsular Release 74
35 Arthrotomy of Elbow, Loose Body Removal 76
36 Distal Biceps Tendon Repair, Endobutton 78
37 Distal Biceps Tendon Repair, Two-Incision 80
38 Distal Biceps Tendon Repair, Suture Anchor Technique 82
39 Triceps Repair 84
40 Reconstruction of Lateral Collateral Ligament 86
41 Repair of Medial Ulnar Collateral Ligament 88
42 Reconstruction of Medial Collateral Ligament, Docking Procedure 90
43 Reconstruction of Medial Collateral Ligament, Anatomic Interference Screw 92
44 Reconstruction of Medial Collateral Ligament, 3-ply or Jobe Procedure 94
45 Debridement of Lateral Epicondyle 96
46 Release of Extensor Tension Origin 98
47 Fasciectomy, Debridement of Medial Epicondyle 100
48 Arthroscopy of Elbow 102
49 Arthroscopy of Elbow, Osteoarticular Transfer to Capitellum 106
50 Arthroscopy of Elbow, Lateral Distal Humeral Osteotomy 108
51 Arthroscopic Debridement, Release of Lateral Epicondyle 110
52 Arthroscopic Resection, Posterior Medial Olecranon Impingement 112
53 Arthrotomy, Resection, Posterior Medial Olecranon Impingement 114
54 Arthroscopic Capsular Release 116
Pt. III Knee 119
55 Arthrotomy, with Exploration, Drainage, or Foreign Body Removal 120
56 Arthrotomy, with Excision of Semilunar Cartilage (Meniscectomy) 122
57 Arthrotomy, with Synovectomy, Anterior or Posterior 124
58 Arthrotomy, with Synovectomy, Anterior and Posterior 126
59 Excision, Prepatellar Bursa 128
60 Excision of Synovial Cyst of Popliteal Space 130
61 Excision of Lesion of Meniscus or Capsule 132
62 Suture of Infrapatellar Tendon, Primary 134
63 Suture of Infrapatellar Tendon, Secondary Reconstruction 136
64 Suture of Quadriceps Tendon, Primary 138
65 Suture of Quadriceps Tendon, Secondary Reconstruction 140
66 Arthrotomy with Meniscus Repair 142
67 Repair of Torn Collateral Ligament 144
68 Repair of Medial Collateral Ligament 146
69 Repair of Torn Posterior Cruciate Ligament 148
70 Repair of Torn Anterior or Posterior Cruciate Ligament 150
71 Repair of Torn Ligaments, Collateral and Cruciate 152
72 Tibial Tubercle Osteotomy 156
73 Repair of Patellar Dislocation 158
74 Repair of Patellar Dislocation, Extensor Alignment 160
75 Lateral Retinacular Release 162
76 Ligamentous Reconstruction, Knee Extra-articular, Medial Collateral 164
77 Ligamentous Reconstruction, Knee Extra-articular Lateral Collateral; Posterolateral Complex 166
78 Ligamentous Reconstruction, Knee, Intra-articular 168
79 Ligamentous Reconstruction, Knee, Intra-articular (Open) 170
80 Osteotomy, Proximal Tibia, Closing Wedge Technique 172
81 Osteotomy, Proximal Tibia, Opening Wedge Technique 174
82 Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation 176
83 Meniscus Allograft Reconstruction, Keyhole Technique 178
84 Osteochondral Allografting 180
85 Osteochondral Autografting 182
86 Arthroscopically Aided Treatment of Intercondylar Spine and/or Tuberosity Fracture of Knee without Fixation 184
87 Arthroscopically Aided Treatment of Intercondylar Spine and/or Tuberosity Fracture of Knee with Fixation 186
88 Arthroscopically Aided Treatment of Tibial Fracture, Proximal (Plateau): Bicondylar 188
89 Arthroscopy, Diagnostic, with or without Synovial Biopsy 190
90 Arthroscopy, Knee, Surgical; for Infection, Lavage and Drainage 192
91 Arthroscopy, Knee, Surgical, Removal of Loose or Foreign Body 194
92 Arthroscopy, Knee Surgical, Synovectomy, Limited 196
93 Arthroscopy, Knee, Surgical, Synovectomy, Major 198
94 Arthroscopy, Knee, Surgical, Department and Shaving of Articular Cartilage 200
95 Arthroscopy, Knee, Surgical, Abrasion Arthroplasty 202
96 Arthroscopy, Knee, Surgical, with Meniscectomy (Medial and Lateral) 204
97 Arthroscopy, Knee, Surgical, with Meniscectomy (Medial or Lateral) 206
98 Arthroscopy, Knee, Surgical, with Meniscus Repair (Medial Technique) 208
99 Arthroscopy, Knee, Surgical, with Meniscus Repair (Lateral Technique) 212
100 Arthroscopy, Knee, Surgical, with Lysis of Adhesions 216
101 Arthroscopy, Knee, Surgical, Drilling for Osteochondritis Dissecans with Bone Grafting 218
102 Arthroscopy, Knee, Surgical, Drilling for Intact Osteochondritis Dissecans 220
103 Arthroscopy, Knee, Surgical, Drilling for Intact Osteochondritis Dissecans with Internal Fixation 222
104 Arthroscopically Aided Anterior Cruciate Ligament Repair, Allograft 224
105 Arthroscopically Aided Anterior Cruciate Ligament Repair, Bone-Patellar Tendon-Bone Graft 226
106 Arthroscopically Aided Anterior Cruciate Ligament Repair, Hamstring Graft 228
107 Arthroscopically Aided Posterior Cruciate Ligament Repair, All Arthroscopic 230
108 Arthroscopically Aided Posterior Cruciate Ligament Repair, Tibial Inlay Procedure 234
109 Arthroscopically Aided Posterior Cruciate Ligament Repair, Two-Bundle Technique 236
Pt. IV Hip, Foot, & Ankle 241
110 Arthroscopy of Hip, Loose, Body Removal 242
111 Arthroscopy of Hip, Debridement of Labral Tear 246
112 Incision, Decompression Fasciotomy, Leg 250
113 Arthrotomy, Ankle, Removal of Osteophytes 252
114 Repair of Achilles Tendon 254
115 Repair of Achilles Tendon, Percutaneous 258
116 Repair, Dislocating Peroneal Tendons without Fibular Osteotomy 260
117 Repair, Dislocating Peroneal Tendons with Fibular Osteotomy 264
118 Repair, Secondary, Disrupted Ligament, Lateral Ankle (Brostrom Repair with Gould Modification) 266
119 Repair, Secondary, Disrupted Ligament, Lateral Ankle (Brostrom Repair) 268
120 Repair, Secondary, Disrupted Ligament, Lateral Ankle (Brostrom With Modified Evans Tenodesis) 270
121 Repair, Secondary, Distributed Ligament, Lateral Ankle (Chrisman-Snook Procedure) 272
122 Internal Fixation of Distal Tibiofibular Joint 274
123 Internal Fixation, Fifth Metatarsal Fracture 278
124 Arthroscopy, Ankle - Debridement, Curettage, or Drilling of Talus 280
125 Arthroscopy, Ankle (Tibiotalar and Fibulotalar), Surgical, with Debridement 282
126 Arthroscopy, Ankle, with Removal of Osteophytes 284
127 Arthroscopy, Ankle (Tibiotalar and Fibulotalar), Surgical 286
128 Bone Grafting, Osteochondral Lesion of the Talus 290
Index 293
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