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Rockwood and Matsen's the shoulder

Matsen, Frederick A.

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자료유형단행본
개인저자Matsen, Frederick A.
Rockwood, Charles A.,,Jr.
단체저자명ClinicalKey eBook
서명/저자사항Rockwood and Matsen's the shoulder /[edited by] Frederick A. Matsen, Frank A. Cordasco, John W. Sperling, Steven B. Lippitt
판사항6th ed.
발행사항Philadelphia, PA:ClinicalKey eBook,2022
형태사항1 online resource:illustrations (some color).
ISBN9780323698368
서지주기Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명Shoulder.
Shoulder Joint.
비통제주제어Orthopedics
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목차 일부

1.Opinion editorial—what should be our teaching legacy?
2.Developmental anatomy of the shoulder
3.Gross anatomy of the shoulder
4.Clinical evaluation of shoulder problems
5.Radiographic evaluation...

목차 전체

1.Opinion editorial—what should be our teaching legacy?
2.Developmental anatomy of the shoulder
3.Gross anatomy of the shoulder
4.Clinical evaluation of shoulder problems
5.Radiographic evaluation of shoulder problems
6.Shoulder conditions in children
7.Throwing athletes
8.Nonthrowing athletes
9.Arthroscopic surgery for biceps-labral complex disease
10.Tendon tears in athletes: Pectoralis major, and latissimus dorsi and teres major
11.Opinion editorial—the development of shoulder arthroscopy: Achieving a paradigm shift in orthopedic surgery
12.Tumors and related conditions
13.Fractures of the scapula
14.Fractures of the clavicle
15.Fractures of the proximal humerus
16.Opinion editorial—fractures of the proximal humerus
17.General principles of shoulder stiffness
18.Primary idiopathic shoulder stiffness: Frozen shoulder
19.Acquired shoulder stiffness
20.Relevant anatomy, biomechanics, and classification of acromioclavicular joint disorders
21.Epidemiology, evaluation, and nonoperative management of acromioclavicular joint disorders
22.Open management of atraumatic and traumatic disorders of the acromioclavicular joint: Indications, techniques, and outcomes
23.Arthroscopic and arthroscopic-assisted management of atraumatic and traumatic disorders of the acromioclavicular joint: Indications, techniques, and outcomes
24.Complications associated with nonoperative and operative management
25.Relevant anatomy, biomechanics, and classification of sternoclavicular joint disorders
26.Epidemiology, evaluation, and nonoperative management of sternoclavicular joint disorders
27.Open management of atraumatic disorders of the sternoclavicular joint: Indications, techniques, and outcomes
28.Arthroscopic and arthroscopic-assisted management of atraumatic disorders of the sternoclavicular joint: Indications, techniques, and outcomes
29.Open management of traumatic disorders of the sternoclavicular joint: Indications, techniques, and outcomes
30.Anterior instability: Epidemiology, history, physical examination, imaging, and nonoperative treatment
31.Anterior instability: Arthroscopic surgery and outcomes
32.Anterior instability—open surgery: Primary and revision with outcomes
33.Anterior instability—bone augmentation surgery: Primary and revision outcomes
34.Posterior instability—epidemiology, history, physical examination, imaging, and nonoperative treatment
35.Posterior instability—operative technique and surgical outcomes
36.Posterior instability: Open and bone augmentation surgery
37.Multidirectional instability—epidemiology, history, physical examination, imaging, and nonoperative treatment
38.Multidirectional instability—arthroscopic treatment and outcomes
39.Multidirectional instability—open inferior capsular shift
40.Multidirectional instability—rehabilitation and return to sport
41.Opinion editorial—concavity compression
42.Opinion editorial—glenohumeral instability in the young patient
43.Opinion editorial—first-time shoulder dislocation: My approach
44.Opinion editorial—use and abuse of the latarjet procedure
45.Opinion editorial—soft tissue bankart: Still the gold standard
46.Sepsis background
47.Molecular mechanisms and pathogenesis of shoulder sepsis
48.Clinical management of shoulder sepsis
49.The 13-point shoulder ultrasound examination
50.Structure and function of the rotator cuff
51.Epidemiology and natural history of rotator cuff disease
52.Evaluation of rotator cuff pathology: History, examination, and imaging
53.Nonoperative management of rotator cuff disease
54.Rotator cuff repair: Tear classification, operative techniques, and outcomes
55.Rehabilitation after rotator cuff repair
56.Approach to the irreparable cuff tear and failed cuff repair
57.Opinion editorial—lessons learned treating patients with previous rotator cuff repairs
58.Nerve problems related to the shoulder
59.Opinion editorial—shoulder reconstruction in adult patients with brachial plexus injury
60.Evaluation and management of glenohumeral arthritis
61.The role of arthroscopy in the evaluation and management of glenohumeral arthritis
62.Opinion editorial—defining the ideal indications and surgical technique for an anatomic total shoulder arthroplasty for primary osteoarthritis of the shoulder
63.Opinion editorial—reconstructing the glenoid in total shoulder arthroplasty
64.Opinion editorial—bone grafts in shoulder arthroplasty: What is their role?
65.Opinion editorial—trials and tribulations of bringing the reverse to the United States
66.Opinion editorial—revision shoulder arthroplasty: Techniques to facilitate reconstruction
67.Occupational shoulder disorders
68.Assessing the effectiveness of treatment
69.Opinion editorial—a framework for innovation in shoulder surgery
70.Opinion editorial—treating patients with shoulder problems: Technique versus technology