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World-renowned surgeon, Dr. Mark S. Myerson, shares his innovative approaches to the reconstructive surgical techniques most frequently seen in practice. Packed with full-color illustrations, pearls, and pitfalls, this technique manual delivers step-by-step guidance on the essential elements of complex foot and ankle surgery. What's more, its easy-to-reference format emphasizing procedures rather than basic science is ideal for busy surgeons. The accompanying DVD-ROM, narrated by Dr. Myerson in English, features ...
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World-renowned surgeon, Dr. Mark S. Myerson, shares his innovative approaches to the reconstructive surgical techniques most frequently seen in practice. Packed with full-color illustrations, pearls, and pitfalls, this technique manual delivers step-by-step guidance on the essential elements of complex foot and ankle surgery. What's more, its easy-to-reference format emphasizing procedures rather than basic science is ideal for busy surgeons. The accompanying DVD-ROM, narrated by Dr. Myerson in English, features surgical clips of every surgery discussed in the book.
• Contains techniques, tips, and pitfalls for the most frequently performed reconstructive procedures.
• Offers essential surgical guidance without basic science content.
• Includes video clips on DVD-ROM of every surgical procedure discussed in the book.
• Provides templated, focused content for consistency and ease of reference.
I. THE HALLUX
ARTHRODESIS HALLUX MP JOINT
a. Standard b. Associated Bone Loss c. Alternative Means of Fixation d. Associated with Rheumatoid Forefoot Reconstruction
ARTHRODESIS HALLUX IP JOINT
a. standard b. Associated Bone Loss c. Associated Claw Hallux Deformity
a. Chevron Osteotomy b. Ludloff Osteotomy c. Akin Osteotomy d. Resection Arthroplasty e. Arthrodesis Metatarsocuneiform Joint
a. Correction with Tendon Transfer b. Arthroplasty and Arthrodesis Alternatives
II. LESSER TOE CORRECTION
a. Resection Arthroplasty IP Joint b. Arthrodesis IP Joint c. MP Joint Release, Arthroplasty d. Claw 5th Toe Correction e. Distal Interphalangeal Procedures
CROSS OVER TOE DEFORMITY
a. TendonTransfer b. Tendon Transfer Flexor to Extensor c. Osteotomy of Proximal Phalanx
III. SURGERY FOR METATARSALGIA
a. Metatarsal Head Osteotomy b. Dorsal wedge Osteotomy Distal Metatarsal c. Proximal Metatarsal Osteotomies d. Plantar Condylectomy e. Metatarsal Head Arthroplasty and Resection
IV. NEUROMAS AND NERVE RELEASES
a. Resection Interdigital Neuroma (primary and recurrent)
b. Deep Peroneal Neurolysis c. Superficial Peroneal Neurolysis and Neurectomy d. Sural Neurectomy and Nerve Transposition e. Plantar Fascia Release, Fasciotomy, and Fasciectomy f. Tarsal Tunnel Release
V. TENDON REPAIR AND RECONSTRUCTION
a. Repair Acute Rupture Achilles Tendon b. Reconstruction Chronic Rupture Achilles Tendon c. Management of Insertional Achilles Tendinopathy d. Reconstruction of Chronic Degenerative Achilles Tendinopathy e. Repair Rupture Anterior Tibial Tendon f. Repair Rupture Peroneal Tendon(s)
g. Repair Dislocation Peroneal Tendons h. The Flexor Hallucis Longus
VI. ANKLE INSTABILITY AND IMPINGEMENT SYNDROMES
a. Posterior Ankle Impingement b. Anterior Ankle Impingement c. Chronic Ankle Instability
a. Arthrodesis and Arthroplasty of the Tarsometatarsal Joint(s)
b. Talonavicular Arthrodesis c. Subtalar Arthrodesis (standard and bone block)
d. Triple Arthrodesis (standard and revision)
e. Ankle Arthrodesis f. Tibiocalcaneal and Tibiotalocalcaneal Arthrodesis g. Pantalar Arthrodesis
VIII. CAVUS FOOT CORRECTION
a. The Calcaneus Osteotomy(ies)
b. The First Metatarsal Osteotomy c. Midfoot Osteotomy d. Plantar Fasciotomy
IX. FLATFOOT DEFORMITY CORRECTION
a. Posterior Tibial Tenosynovectomy and Repair b. Flexor Digitorum Longus Transfer c. Calcaneus Osteotomy d. Medial Cuneiform Osteotomy e. Lateral Column Lengthening (osteotomy and arthrodesis)
X. CORRECTION OF SPASTIC and PARALYTIC DEFORMITY
a. Posterior Tibial Tendon Transfer b. Extensor Hallucis and Digitorum Longus Transfers c. Anterior Tibial Tendon Transfer(s)
d. Correction of Equinus Deformity e. Peroneus Longus Transfers
XI. MANAGEMENT OF ANKLE ARTHRITIS
a. Total Ankle Replacement b. Supramalleolar Osteotomy c. Lengthening Osteotomy Fibula d. Ankle Allograft Osteochondral Grafts
XII. TOE NAIL PROCEDURES
a. Matrixectomy b. Terminal Symes Procedure