Presenting a comprehensive surgical guide that serves as an excellent learning resource or review of pediatric foot and ankle surgery. Expert contributors cover a range of topics, including cavus foot, juvenile hav abducto valgus, cleft foot, psychology of the child, and much more. Each chapter presents the deformity or condition with the aid of clinical photographs and radiographs, discusses the treatment options and then reviews the surgical procedure using clear line drawings.
• Considers both conservative and surgical approaches to correct pediatric foot and ankle deformities, including Flatfoot Surgery, Equinus Surgery, and Metadductus Surgery. Pitfalls are addressed and tips to simplify the procedures are given.
• Offers multiple treatment options for each problem to enable the reader to select the best approach for each patient. Features 636 line drawings and photographs which illustrate every aspect of the process, from clinical presentation through step-by-step surgical techniques.
• Provides easy-to-access guidance on pediatric drug dosing. Easily-accessible algorithms in the appendix help the reader to formulate a treatment plan.
|Publisher:||Elsevier Health Sciences|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 10.98(h) x (d)|
Table of Contents
PART I: Medical Aspects. The Human Factor. Imaging. Pharmacology in Children. Pre-op Management. Neuromuscular Disorders and Reflexes in the Child. PART II: Forefoot. Metatarsus Adductus. Surgery for Metatarsus Adductus. Medial Column Soft Tissue Release for Metatarsus Adductus Correction in Infants. Abductory Midfoot Osteotomy for Metatarsus Adductus. Juvenile Hallux Abducto Valgus. Epiphysilodesis for Juvenile Hallux Abducto Valgus. Polydactyly. Congenital Cleft Foot Deformity (Split Foot or Lobster Claw). Brachymetatarsia. Macrodactyly. Syndactyly-Desyndactylization. Surgical Management of Pediatric Digital Deformities. Nail Procedures. Part III: Rearfoot. Flatfoot Introduction. Diagnosis and Management of the Symptomatic Juvenile Flatfoot. Calcaneovalgus. Sub-Talar Extra-Articular Arthrodesis. Arthroereisis-Subtalar. Evans Procedure. Medial Displacement Osteotomy of thePosterior Calcaneus for Management of Flatfoot Deformity. Subcapital Talar Osteotomy to Correct Transverse Olane Structural Deformities. Tibialis Anterior Transfer Into Talusfor Control of the Severe Pes Planus Pediatric Foot. Triplane Correction of the Flexible Flatfoot. The Cotton Osteotomy. Cavus Deformity. Cole Midfoot Osteotomy. Tarsal Coalition. Soft-Tissue Calcaneonavicular Coalition. Clubfoot. Internal Tibial Torsion. Part IV: Equinus. Equinus. The Surgeons Approach to Toe-Walking: Appropriate Decision Making Based on the Disease and the Deformity. Surgical Correction of Spastic Equinus. Equinus-Anterior Advancement of the Tendo Achilles. Part V: Bone Pathology. Juvenile Fracture of Tilleaux: A Distal Tibial Epiphyseal Fracture. Osteoid Osteoma. Brodies Abscess. Iselins Apophysitis. Freibergs Infraction. Calcaneal Apophysitis. Kohlers Disease. Aneurysmal Bone Cyst. Part VI: Biomechanical Control. Orthotic Control of the Pediatric Patient. Ankle Foot Orthoses in the Post-Surgical Pediatric Patient. Pediatric Corrective Casting. Part VII: Appendix. Algorithms 1-9.