The Wrist: Diagnosis and Operative Treatment [NOOK Book]

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The Wrist: Diagnosis and Operative Treatment, Second Edition is the most comprehensive text and reference on diagnosis and treatment of wrist disorders. Written by world-renowned experts from the Mayo Clinic and other leading institutions, this definitive text covers examination techniques for the wrist and diagnosis and treatment of fractures, dislocations, carpal instability, distal radius injuries, rheumatoid problems, soft tissue disorders, and developmental problems. The treatment chapters provide extensive ...
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Overview

The Wrist: Diagnosis and Operative Treatment, Second Edition is the most comprehensive text and reference on diagnosis and treatment of wrist disorders. Written by world-renowned experts from the Mayo Clinic and other leading institutions, this definitive text covers examination techniques for the wrist and diagnosis and treatment of fractures, dislocations, carpal instability, distal radius injuries, rheumatoid problems, soft tissue disorders, and developmental problems. The treatment chapters provide extensive coverage of current surgical techniques. More than 3,000 illustrations complement the text.
This thoroughly updated Second Edition has many new contributors, including several international wrist investigators. New chapters cover wrist outcome assessment scores; treatment subtypes for carpal instability (tenodesis/capsulodesis and intercarpal fusions); denervation procedures; acute and chronic instability of the distal radioulnar joint; and evaluation and treatment of axial forearm instability (Essex-Lopresti lesion).
A companion website includes the fully searchable text and an image bank.
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Editorial Reviews

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Samuel J. Chmell, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description: This astounding compendium of information on the wrist updates a 1998 publication.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide "an excellent text on which to expand . . . knowledge and, importantly, aid patients in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the wrist." This book was needed; there had not been an authoritative book dedicated to the wrist since 2002 when the second edition of Master Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery: The Wrist, Gelberman (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins) was published. (The third edition of this book was just released in May.)
Audience: It is intended for "hand surgeons in practice, fellows and residents in training" as well as "the wrist student, interested physicians . . . and other devotees of the wrist." Since the vast majority of wrist problems across the board are treated by orthopedic surgeons, I would specifically add that group to the list. The editor, Dr. William Cooney III, is indeed an authority on the wrist.
Features: With over 1,200 pages, the book literally has every bit of information that surgeons will need to take care of any hand problem. The information is up to date and the references are very helpful. The descriptions of wrist anatomy and kinematics are particularly informative. The information on anthropology and comparative anatomy is not only fascinating, but also helpful in understanding the biomechanics of the human carpus. The only shortcoming is that this book is very heavy - perhaps it should be published in two volumes.
Assessment: Often, physicians want "The Authoritative Reference" on a given topic. Usually, we cannot identify one single such source for a given entity. However, for the wrist, we have just such an authoritative reference with this impressive book. It more than replaces the previous edition in many ways, but most notably in the breadth of international contributors. There really is not another book dedicated to the wrist that can hold a candle to this one.
From the Publisher

"The Wrist is authoritative and comprehensive and is the preeminent textbook on the subject. Cooney has assembled a group of authors with international reputation, and the quality of the book is superior. The book will be an excellent addition to all orthopedic libraries and has material applicable to the early trainee and the advanced hand surgeon"

Doody's Enterprises, Inc. book review April 2011

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781451148268
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Health
  • Publication date: 12/21/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 2300
  • File size: 55 MB
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Table of Contents

I: CARPAL COMPREHENSION

1:A Brief History of Understanding the Wrist

2: Anthropology and Comparative Anatomy

3: Wrist Anatomy

4: Wrist Biomechanics

II: EXAMINATION OF THE WRIST

5: Clinical Assessment of the Wrist

6: Imaging of the Wrist

7: Wrist Arthroscopy

8: Wrist Outcome Assessment

9: Wrist Scoring System and Clinical Assessment

III: SURGICAL APPROACHES

10: Arthrotomy

11: Arthroscopic Anatomy of the Wrist

IV: FRACTURES

12: Fractures of the Distal Radius: Overview of Diagnosis, Classification and Treatment Considerations

13: External Fixation of Distal Radius Fractures

14: Open Reduction and Internal Fixation (ORIF) of Distal Radius (Colles) Fractures

15: Surgical Management of Malunited Distal Radius Fractures

16: Smith Fractures

17: Galeazzi Fracture-Dislocations

18: Acute Scaphoid Fractures

19: Scaphoid Nonunion

20: Lunate Fractures and Kienböck's Disease

21: Isolated Carpal Fractures

22: Complications of Distal Radius Fractures (Excluding Nerve Injury)

V: FRACTURE-DISLOCATIONS

23: Perilunate Dislocations

24: Perilunate Fracture Dislocations

25: Axial Fracture-Dislocations

26: Radiocarpal Instability and Radiocarpal Dislocations

VI: CARPAL INSTABILITY

27: Carpal Instability Classification and Historical Prospective

28: Acute Scapholunate Injuries

29: Chronic Scapholunate Dissociation: Tenodesis/Capsulodesis

30: Scapho-Trapezio-Trapezoid (STT), Scaphocapitate (SC) and Scapholunate (SL) Arthrodesis for Chronic Scapholunate Instability

31: Lunotriquetral Sprains

32: Midcarpal Instability

33: Post-Traumatic Arthritis of the Wrist Secondary to Scaphoid Nonunions

34: SLAC Wrist

35: Proximal Row Carpectomy for Wrist Arthritis

36: Wrist Arthrodesis: Partial and Complete

37: Septic Arthritis of the Wrist

38: Denervation for the Treatment of Wrist Disorders

VII: DEVELOPMENTAL

39: Madelung's Deformity

40: Growth-Plate Injuries

41: The Child's Wrist: Disease and Injuries to the Immature Wrist

VIII: DRUJ

42: Acute Injuries of the Distal Radial Ulnar Joint: Tears by the Triangular Fibrocartilage

43: Chronic Instability of the Distal Radioulnar Joint

44: Fractures of the Distal Radioulnar Joint

45: Ulnar Carpal Abutment-Ulnar Shortening Osteotomy

46: Arthritis Deformity: Resection Arthroplasty and Fusion

47: Arthroplasty of the Distal Radio-Ulnar Joint

48: Longitudinal Radioulnar Dissociation (Axial Instability of the Forearm)

49: Ulnar Impingement Syndrome

IX: RHEUMATOID WRIST

50: Synovectomy/Tenosynovectomy Tendon Rupture and Repair

51: Rheumatoid Wrist Fusion

52: Total Wrist Arthroplasty

53: Distal Radioulnar Joint in Rheumatoid Arthritis (Caput Ulna Syndrome)

X: SOFT TISSUE INJURIES

54: De Quervain's Disease

55: Extensor Carpi Ulnaris Tendinitis

56: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

57: Ganglion Cysts of the Wrist

58: Athletic Injuries of the Wrist

59: Tumors of the Wrist

XI: REHABILITATION

60: The Wrist: Principles of Rehabilitation

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