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Title Shoulder and elbow trauma and its complications. Volume 1, The shoulder / edited by R. Michael Greiwe
Published Cambridge : WoodHead Publishing is an imprint of Elsevier, [2015]
©2015
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Description 1 online resource : illustrations (some color)
Series Woodhead publishing series in biomaterials ; no. 102
Woodhead Publishing series in biomaterials ; no. 102
Contents Front Cover; Shoulder and Elbow Trauma and its Complications: Volume 1: The Shoulder; Copyright; Contents; List of contributors; Woodhead Publishing Series in Biomaterials; Preface; Part One: Shoulder Trauma ; Chapter 1: Anterior instability: Shoulder dislocations, instability, and the labrum; 1.1 . Introduction; 1.2 . Anatomy and biomechanics of anterior instability; 1.3 . Epidemiology and natural history; 1.4 . Patient history; 1.5 . Physical examination; 1.6 . Radiographic evaluation; 1.7 . Factors leading to recurrent instability; 1.8 . Treatment; 1.8.1 . Nonoperative
1.9 . Arthroscopic intervention for the first-time dislocator1.9.1 . Open soft-tissue stabilization procedures; 1.9.2 . Arthroscopic soft-tissue stabilization procedures; 1.9.3 . Glenoid augmentation procedures; 1.10 . Hill-Sachs lesions: Soft-tissue procedures; 1.11 . Hill-Sachs lesions: Bony procedures; 1.12 . Bipolar lesions; 1.13 . Complications; 1.13.1 . Stiffness; 1.13.2 . Return to play; 1.13.3 . Recurrent instability; 1.13.4 . Neurologic injury; 1.13.5 . Postcapsulorrhaphy arthritis; 1.14 . Future directions; 1.15 . Conclusion; References
2.8 . Preferred surgical technique for arthroscopic anterior capsulorrhaphy2.9 . Surgical outcomes; 2.10 . Complications; 2.11 . Controversies; 2.11.1 . Rotator interval closure; 2.12 . Future trends; 2.13 . Conclusions; References; Chapter 3: Traumatic rotator cuff tears; 3.1 . Introduction; 3.1.1 . Epidemiology; 3.2 . Physical exam; 3.2.1 . Overview; 3.2.2 . Evaluation of traumatic rotator cuff tear; 3.2.3 . Evaluation of subscapularis; 3.2.4 . Effectiveness of exam maneuvers; 3.2.5 . Evaluation following glenohumeral dislocation; 3.3 . Imaging; 3.3.1 . Radiographs
3.3.2 . Direct imaging of the rotator cuff3.3.3 . Arthrography; 3.3.4 . MRI; 3.3.5 . Ultrasonography; 3.3.6 . Evaluating chronic rotator cuff disease; 3.4 . Pathology; 3.4.1 . Tear patterns; 3.4.2 . Natural history; 3.5 . Nonoperative management; 3.6 . Operative management; 3.6.1 . Timing of surgery; 3.6.2 . Open or arthroscopic surgery?; 3.6.3 . Classification of rotator cuff tears; 3.6.4 . Subscapularis repair; 3.6.5 . Considerations for unstable shoulder; 3.6.6 . Outcomes of repair; 3.6.7 . Postoperative rehabilitation; 3.6.8 . Complications of arthroscopic repair and rotator cuff healing
Chapter 2: Posterior and multidirectional instability: Shoulder dislocations, instability, and the labrum2.1 . Introduction; 2.2 . Anatomy; 2.3 . Etiology; 2.4 . Physical examination; 2.4.1 . Posterior drawer; 2.4.2 . Posterior load and shift test; 2.4.3 . Sulcus sign; 2.4.4 . Gagey hyperabduction test; 2.5 . Imaging; 2.6 . Management; 2.6.1 . Nonsurgical management; 2.6.2 . Surgical management; 2.6.3 . Arthroscopic surgical management; 2.7 . Author's preferred surgical technique for posterior capsulolabral reconstruction
Summary Traumatic injuries to the shoulder remain a problem encountered by young and old alike. Trauma surgeons and shoulder and elbow specialists are called upon daily to improve the quality of life of injured individuals by restoring function, decreasing pain and returning individuals to their previous occupations and places in society. Such treatment provides both humanitarian and economic impact. Only recently have techniques and technology allowed surgeons to restore lives to such a degree following these injuries. Still, shoulder and elbow trauma remains a vexing problem for patients and surgeons alike. Many injuries result in lost work and serious debility including lack of function, post-traumatic arthritis and pain. This important textbook provides a systematic and comprehensive guide to the different types of shoulder trauma and the management of its associated complications. In Part One, the focus is on the most common types of shoulder trauma, with chapters covering anterior instability, traumatic rotator cuff tears, fractures, joint injuries and the floating shoulder and includes sections on the most common complications befalling each injury. Part II then reviews the management of the most common complications. Chapters include detailed analyses of persistent anterior shoulder instability, several forms of nonunion and malunion, failed acromioclavicular joint reconstruction, post-traumatic arthropathy and traumatic osteonecrosis, and failed arthroplasty for fracture
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed July 22, 2015)
Subject Shoulder joint -- Wounds and injuries -- Treatment.
Shoulder -- Wounds and injuries -- Treatment.
Shoulder -- Wounds and injuries.
Form Electronic book
Author Greiwe, Michael, editor
ISBN 1782424725 (electronic bk)
9781782424727 (electronic bk)
(print)
Other Titles Shoulder