The Netter Collection of Medical Illustrations: Musculoskeletal System, Volume 6, Part I - Upper Limb [NOOK Book]

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The Upper Limb, Part 1 of The Netter Collection of Medical Illustrations: Musculoskeletal System, 2nd Edition, provides a highly visual guide to the upper extremity, from basic science and anatomy to orthopaedics and rheumatology. This spectacularly illustrated volume in the masterwork known as the (CIBA) "Green Books" has been expanded and revised by Dr. Joseph Iannotti, Dr. Richard Parker, and other experts from the Cleveland Clinic to mirror the many exciting advances in musculoskeletal medicine and imaging - ...

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Overview

The Upper Limb, Part 1 of The Netter Collection of Medical Illustrations: Musculoskeletal System, 2nd Edition, provides a highly visual guide to the upper extremity, from basic science and anatomy to orthopaedics and rheumatology. This spectacularly illustrated volume in the masterwork known as the (CIBA) "Green Books" has been expanded and revised by Dr. Joseph Iannotti, Dr. Richard Parker, and other experts from the Cleveland Clinic to mirror the many exciting advances in musculoskeletal medicine and imaging - offering rich insights into the anatomy, physiology, and clinical conditions of the shoulder, upper arm and elbow, forearm and wrist, and hand and finger.

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  • Benefit from matchless Netter illustrations that offer precision, clarity, detail and realism as they provide a visual approach to the clinical presentation and care of the patient.
  • Gain a rich clinical view of all aspects of the shoulder, upper arm and elbow, forearm and wrist, and hand and finger in one comprehensive volume, conveyed through beautiful illustrations as well as up-to-date radiologic and laparoscopic images.
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  • Clearly see the connection between basic science and clinical practice with an integrated overview of normal structure and function as it relates to pathologic conditions.
  • See current clinical concepts in orthopaedics and rheumatology captured in classic Netter illustrations, as well as new illustrations created specifically for this volume by artist-physician Carlos Machado, MD, and others working in the Netter style.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781455726592
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 11/11/2012
  • Series: Netter Green Book Collection
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 264
  • File size: 24 MB
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Table of Contents

SECTION 1 - SHOULDER

ANATOMY

1-1 Scapula and Humerus: Posterior View, 2

1-2 Scapula and Humerus: Anterior View, 3

1-3 Clavicle, 4

1-4 Ligaments, 5

1-5 Glenohumeral Arthroscopic Anatomy, 6

1-6 Glenohumeral Arthroscopic Anatomy

(Continued), 7

1-7 Anterior Muscles, 8

1-8 Anterior Muscles: Cross Section, 9

1-9 Posterior Muscles, 10

1-10 Posterior Muscles: Cross Section, 11

1-11 Muscles of Rotator Cuff, 12

1-12 Muscles of Rotator Cuff:

Cross-Sections, 13

1-13 Axilla Dissection: Anterior View, 14

1-14 Axilla: Posterior Wall and Cord, 15

1-15 Deep Neurovascular Structures

and Intervals, 16

1-16 Axillary and Brachial Arteries, 17

1-17 Axillary Artery and Anastomoses

Around Scapula, 18

1-18 Brachial Plexus, 19

1-19 Peripheral Nerves: Dermatomes, 20

1-20 Peripheral Nerves: Sensory Distribution

and Neuropathy in Shoulder, 21

CLINICAL PROBLEMS AND CORRELATIONS

Fractures and Dislocation

1-21 Proximal Humeral Fractures:

Neer Classification, 22

1-22 Proximal Humeral Fractures: Two-Part

Tuberosity Fracture, 23

1-23 Proximal Humeral Fractures: Two Part

Surgical Neck Fracture and Humeral

Head Dislocation, 24

1-24 Proximal Humeral Fractures: Valgus-

Impacted Four-Part Fracture, 25

1-25 Proximal Humeral Fractures: Displaced

Four-Part Fractures with Articular

Head Fracture, 26

1-26 Anterior Dislocation of Glenohumeral

Joint, 27

1-27 Anterior Dislocation of Glenohumeral

Joint: Pathologic Lesions, 28

1-28 Posterior Dislocation of Glenohumeral

Joint, 29

1-29 Acromioclavicular and Sternoclavicular

Dislocation, 30

1-30 Fractures of the Clavicle and

Scapula, 31

1-31 Fractures of the Clavicle and Scapular

(Continued), 32

Common Soft Tissue Disorders

1-32 Calcific Tendonitis, 33

1-33 Frozen Shoulder: Clinical

Presentation, 34

1-34 Frozen Shoulder: Risk Factors and

Diagnostic Tests, 35

1-35 Biceps, Tendon Tears, and SLAP

Lesions: Presentation and Physical

Examination, 36

1-36 Biceps, Tendon Tears, and SLAP Lesions:

Types of Tears, 37

1-37 Acromioclavicular Joint Arthritis, 38

1-38 Impingement Syndrome and the Rotator

Cuff: Presentation and Diagnosis, 39

1-39 Impingement Syndrome and the

Rotator Cuff: Radiologic and

Arthroscopic Imaging, 40

1-40 Rotator Cuff Tears: Physical

Examination, 41

1-41 Supraspinatus and Infraspinatus Rotator

Cuff Tears: Imaging, 42

1-42 Supraspinatus and Infraspinatus

Rotator Cuff Tears: Surgical

Management, 43

1-43 Subscapularis Rotator Cuff Tears:

Diagnosis, 44

1-44 Osteoarthritis of the Glenohumeral

Joint, 45

1-45 Avascular Necrosis of the Humeral

Head, 46

1-46 Rheumatoid Arthritis of the

Glenohumeral Joint: Radiographic

Presentations and Treatment

Options, 47

1-47 Rheumatoid Arthritis of the Glenohumeral

Joint: Conservative Humeral Head

Surface Replacement, 48

1-48 Rotator Cuff-Deficient Arthritis

(Rotator Cuff Tear Arthropathy): Physical

Findings and Appearance, 49

1-49 Rotator Cuff-Deficient Arthritis

(Rotator Cuff Tear Arthropathy):

Radiographic Findings, 50

1-50 Rotator Cuff-Deficient Arthritis

(Rotator Cuff Tear Arthropathy):

Radiographic Findings

(Continued), 51

1-51 Neurologic Conditions of the Shoulder:

Suprascapular Nerve, 52

1-52 Neurologic Conditions of the Shoulder:

Long Thoracic and Spinal Accessory

Nerves, 53

Amputation

1-53 Amputation of Upper Arm and

Shoulder, 54

INJECTIONS, BASIC REHABILITATION AND

SURGICAL APPROACHES

1-54 Shoulder Injections, 55

1-55 Basic, Passive, and Active-Assisted

Range-of-Motion Exercises, 56

1-56 Basic Shoulder-Strengthening

Exercises, 57

1-57 Basic Shoulder Strengthening Exercises

(Continued), 58

1-58 Common Surgical Approaches to the

Shoulder, 59

SECTION 2 - UPPER ARM AND ELBOW

ANATOMY

2-1 Topographic Anatomy, 62

2-2 Anterior and Posterior Views of

Humerus, 63

2-3 Elbow Joint: Bones, 64

2-4 Elbow Joint: Radiographs, 65

2-5 Elbow Ligaments, 66

2-6 Elbow Ligaments (Continued), 67

2-7 Muscles Origins and Insertions, 68

2-8 Muscles: Anterior Views, 69

2-9 Muscles: Posterior Views, 70

2-10 Cross Sectional Anatomy of Upper

Arm, 71

2-11 Cross Sectional Anatomy of Elbow, 72

2-12 Cutaneous Nerves and Superficial

Veins, 73

2-13 Cutaneous Innervation, 74

2-14 Musculocutaneous Nerve, 75

2-15 Radial Nerve, 76

2-16 Brachial Artery In Situ, 77

2-17 Brachial Artery and Anastomoses Around

Elbow, 78

CLINICAL PROBLEMS AND CORRELATIONS

2-18 Physical Examination and Range of

Motion, 79

Fractures and Dislocation

2-19 Humeral Shaft Fractures, 80

2-20 Injury to the Elbow, 81

2-21 Fracture of Distal Humerus, 82

2-22 Fracture of Distal Humerus: Total

Elbow Arthroplasty, 83

2-23 Fracture of Distal Humerus:

Capitellum, 84

2-24 Fracture of Head and Neck

of Radius, 85

2-25 Fracture of Head and Neck

of Radius: Imaging, 86

2-26 Fracture of Olecranon, 87

2-27 Dislocation of Elbow Joint, 88

2-28 Dislocation of Elbow Joint

(Continued), 89

2-29 Injuries in Children: Supracondylar

Humerus Fractures, 90

2-30 Injuries in Children: Elbow, 91

2-31 Injuries in Children: Subluxation

of Radial Head, 92

2-32 Complications of Fracture, 93

Common Soft Tissue Disorders

2-33 Arthritis: Open and Arthroscopic

Elbow Debridement, 94

2-34 Arthritis: Elbow Arthroplasty

Options, 95

2-35 Arthritis: Imaging of Total Elbow

Arthroplasty Designs, 96

2-36 Cubital Tunnel Syndrome: Sites of

Compression, 97

2-37 Cubital Tunnel Syndrome: Clinical Signs

and Treatment, 98

2-38 Epicondylitis and Olecranon

Bursitis, 99

2-39 Rupture of Biceps and

Triceps Tendon, 100

2-40 Medial Elbow and Posterolateral Rotatory

Instability Tests, 101

2-41 Osteochondritis Dissecans of

the Elbow, 102

2-42 Osteochondrosis of the Elbow (Panner

Disease), 103

2-43 Congenital Dislocation of

Radial Head, 104

2-44 Congenital Radioulnar Synostosis, 105

INJECTIONS, BASIC REHABILITATION,

AND SURGICAL APPROACHES

2-45 Common Elbow Injections and Basic

Rehabilitation, 106

2-46 Surgical Approaches to the Upper Arm

and Elbow, 107

2-47 Surgical Approaches to the Upper Arm

and Elbow (Continued), 108

SECTION 3 - FOREARM AND WRIST

ANATOMY

3-1 Topographic Anatomy, 110

3-2 Bones and Joints of Forearm, 111

3-3 Bones and Joints of Wrist, 112

3-4 Radiologic Findings of Wrist, 113

3-5 Ligaments of Wrist, 114

3-6 Arthroscopy of Wrist, 115

3-7 Muscles: Superficial Layer

(Anterior View), 116

3-8 Muscles: Intermediate and Deep Layers

(Anterior View), 117

3-9 Muscles: Superficial and Deep Layers

(Posterior View), 118

3-10 Cross-Sectional Anatomy of Right

Forearm, 119

3-11 Cross-Sectional Anatomy of Wrist, 120

3-12 Muscles of Forearm: Origins and

Insertions, 121

3-13 Blood Supply of Forearm, 122

3-14 Median Nerve of Forearm, 123

3-15 Ulnar Nerve of Forearm, 124

3-16 Cutaneous Nerves of Forearm, 125

CLINICAL PROBLEMS AND CORRELATIONS

3-17 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, 126

3-18 Cubital Tunnel Syndrome/Guyon

Canal, 127

3-19 Fracture of Distal Radius: Colles

Fracture, 128

3-20 Fracture of Distal Radius: Barton

Fracture, 129

3-21 Fracture of Distal Radius: Radiology, 130

3-22 Fracture of Distal Radius: Closed

Reduction and Plaster Cast Immobilization

of Colles Fracture, 131

3-23 Fracture of Distal Radius: Radiology

of Open Reduction and Internal

Fixation (ORIF), 132

3-24 Fracture of Scaphoid: Presentation

and Classification, 133

3-25 Fracture of Scaphoid: Blood Supply

and Treatment, 134

3-26 Fracture of Scaphoid: Radiology, 135

3-27 Fracture of Hamulus of Hamate, 136

3-28 Dislocation of Carpus: Presentation

and Treatment, 137

3-29 Dislocation of Carpus: Radiology, 138

3-30 Fracture of Both Forearm Bones, 139

3-31 Fracture of Shaft of Ulna, 140

3-32 Fracture of Shaft of Radius, 141

3-33 Ganglion of Wrist, 142

3-34 De Quervain Disease, 143

3-35 Rheumatoid Arthritis of Wrist, 144

3-36 Arthritis of Wrist, 145

3-37 Kienböck Disease, 146

3-38 Radial Longitudinal Deficiency: Forearm

Manifestations, 147

3-39 Radial Longitudinal Deficiency: Type II

Hypoplastic Thumb, 148

SECTION 4 - HAND AND FINGER

ANATOMY

4-1 Topographic Anatomy, Bones, and

Origins and Insertions of the Hand:

Anterior View), 150

4-2 Topographic Anatomy, Bones, and

Origins and Insertions of the Hand:

Posterior View, 151

4-3 Metacarpophalangeal and Interphalangeal

Ligaments, 152

4-4 Definitions of Hand Motion, 153

4-5 Flexor and Extensor Tendons

in Fingers, 154

4-6 Flexor and Extensor Zones and

Lumbrical Muscles, 155

4-7 Muscles: Deep Dorsal Dissection, 156

4-8 Muscles: Intrinsic Muscles, 157

4-9 Spaces, Bursae, and Tendon and Lumbrical

Sheaths, 158

4-10 Muscles: Palmar Dissections, 159

4-11 Vascular Supply of the Hand

and Finger, 160

4-12 Innervation of the Hand: Ulnar

Nerve, 161

4-13 Median Nerve, 162

4-14 Radial Nerve, 163

4-15 Skin and Subcutaneous Fascia:

Anterior (Palmar) View, 164

4-16 Skin and Subcutaneous Fascia:

Posterior (Dorsal) View, 165

4-17 Lymphatic Drainage, 166

4-18 Sectional Anatomy: Digits, 167

4-19 Sectional Anatomy: Thumb, 168

DEGENERATIVE AND SYSTEMIC DISORDERS

4-20 Hand Involvement in Osteoarthritis, 169

4-21 Hand Involvement in Rheumatoid Arthritis

and Psoriatic Arthritis, 170

4-22 Hand Involvement in Gouty Arthritis

and Reiter Syndrome, 171

4-23 Deformities of Thumb Joints:

Metacarpophalangeal Deformities, 172

4-24 Deformities of Thumb Joints:

Carpometacarpal Osteoarthritis, 173

4-25 Deformities of Thumb Joints: Ligament

Replacement and Tendon Interposition

Arthroplasty, 174

4-26 Deformities of the Metacarpophalangeal

Joints: Implant Resection

Arthroplasty, 175

4-27 Deformities of the Metacarpophalangeal

Joints: Implant Resection Arthroplasty

(Continued), 176

4-28 Deformities of the Metacarpophalangeal

Joints: Implant Resection Arthroplasty

(Continued), 177

4-29 Deformities of the Metacarpophalangeal

Joints: Modular versus Implant

Resection Arthroplasty, 178

4-30 Deformities of Interphalangeal Joint:

Radiographic Findings, 179

4-31 Deformities of Interphalangeal Joint:

Swan-Neck and Boutonniere, 180

4-32 Deformities of Interphalangeal Joint:

Implant Resection Arthroplasty, 181

4-33 Deformities of Interphalangeal Joint:

Modular versus Implant Resection

Arthroplasty, 182

4-34 Dupuytren Contracture: Presentation

and Treatment, 183

4-35 Dupuytren Contracture: Surgical Approach

to Finger, 184

INFECTIONS AND TENDON DISORDERS

4-36 Cellulitis and Abscess, 185

4-37 Tenosynovitis and Infection of

Fascial Space, 186

4-38 Tenosynovitis and Infection of

Fascial Space (Continued), 187

4-39 Infected Wounds, 188

4-40 Infection of Deep Compartments

of Hand, 189

4-41 Lymphangitis, 190

4-42 Bier Block Anesthesia, 191

4-43 Thumb Carpometacarpal Injection,

Digital Block, and Flexor Sheath

Injection, 192

4-44 Trigger Finger and Jersey Finger, 193

4-45 Repair of Tendon, 194

FRACTURES AND DISLOCATIONS

4-46 Fracture of Metacarpal Neck

and Shaft, 195

4-47 Fracture of Thumb Metacarpal

Base, 196

4-48 Fracture of Proximal and Middle

Phalanges, 197

4-49 Management of Fracture of Proximal

and Middle Phalanges, 198

4-50 Special Problems in Fracture of Middle

and Proximal Phalanges, 199

4-51 Thumb Ligament Injury and

Dislocation, 200

4-52 Carpometacarpal and

Metacarpophalangeal Joint

Injury, 201

4-53 Dorsal and Palmar Interphalangeal

Joint Dislocations, 202

4-54 Treatment of Dorsal Interphalangeal

Joint Dislocation, 203

4-55 Injuries to the Fingertip, 204

4-56 Rehabilitation after Injury to Hand

and Fingers, 205

AMPUTATION AND REPLANTATION

4-57 Amputation of Phalanx, 206

4-58 Amputation of Thumb and Deepening

of Thenar Web Cleft, 207

4-59 Amputation in the Hand: Thumb

Lengthening Post Amputation, 208

4-60 Microsurgical Instrumentation for

Replantation, 209

4-61 Debridement, Incisions, and

Repair of Bone in Replantation

of Digit, 210

4-62 Repair of Blood Vessels and Nerves, 211

4-63 Postoperative Dressing and Monitoring

of Blood Flow, 212

4-64 Replantation of Avulsed Thumb

and Midpalm, 213

4-65 Lateral Arm Flap for Defect of

Thumb Web, 214

4-66 Transfer of Great Toe to Thumb Site, 215

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