Surgical Approaches for Internal Fixation

Surgical Approaches for Internal Fixation

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By (author) Thomas P. Rüedi, By (author) A Hochstetter, By (author) R. Schlumpf, Foreword by Martin Allgower, Translated by T. C. Telger

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  • Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K
  • Format: Paperback | 190 pages
  • Dimensions: 208mm x 272mm x 16mm | 499g
  • Publication date: 2 April 2012
  • Publication City/Country: Berlin
  • ISBN 10: 3642693482
  • ISBN 13: 9783642693489
  • Edition statement: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1984
  • Illustrations note: biography

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Surgeons confronted with acute trauma are frequently under great pressure to act quickly. Only a few have an infallible three-dimensional memory as regards the different approaches necessary for treating fractures by inter- nal fixation. Thus there is a real need for a reference book on the approaches to the shoulder, arm, pelvis, and leg which is instructive and based on clinical practice. This is true both for the emergency situation and for the "evening before" with the imperative preoperative planning. THOMAS RUEDI, himself a surgeon as well as a gifted illustrator, in coopera- tion with ARTHUR VON HOCHSTETTER, a clinical anatomist, and excellently interpreted by the artist ROBERT SCHLUMPF, has created a novel and impres- sive atlas. The surgical approaches are depicted in a manner which is ana- tomically correct, limited to the essentials, and realistic. In addition, the attractive, black-and-white illustrations of the anatomy are successfully sup- plemented by color schematic drawings. This luxuriously prepared edition may become a daily advisor to surgeons dealing with trauma. It deserves a widespread distribution in surgical depart- ments and reference libraries.

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I The Upper Extremities.- 1 Clavicle and Acromioclavicular Joint.- 2 Scapula and Shoulder Joint: Posterior Approach.- 3 Proximal Humerus: Anterior Approach.- 4 Humeral Shaft: Antero-lateral Approach.- 5 Humeral Shaft: Posterior Approach.- 6 Distal Humerus and Humero-ulnar Joint.- 7 Humero-radial Joint and Radial Head.- 8 Elbow Joint and Proximal Radius: Volar Approach.- 9 Radial Shaft: Dorso-lateral Approach.- 10 Ulnar Shaft.- 11 Distal Radius: Volar Approach.- II The Lower Extremities.- 12 Sacro-iliac Joint and Posterior Iliac Crest.- 13 Symphysis Pubis and Superior Pubic Rami.- 14 Hip Joint: Posterior Approach.- 15 Hip Joint: Postero-lateral Approach.- 16 Hip Joint: Anterior Ilio-inguinal Approach.- 17 Proximal Femur: Lateral Approach.- 18 Femoral Shaft: Lateral Approach.- 19 Distal Femur: Lateral Approach.- 20 Patella.- 21 Knee Joint and Proximal Tibia: Lateral Parapatellar Approach.- 22 Tibial Shaft: Anterior Approach.- 23 Tibial Shaft: Postero-medial Approach.- 24 Medial Malleolus and Distal Tibia.- 25 Lateral Malleolus.- 26 Calcaneus: Lateral Approach.- References.