By Edward Vincent Craig, Beth E. Shubin Stein
That includes a very good variety of visible fabric supported by means of lucidly written textual content, An Atlas of Orthopedic surgical procedure: A consultant to administration and perform is helping clinicians within the administration in their orthopedic sufferers. Written by means of distinct experts within the box, the atlas covers sensible concerns in terms of the prognosis and remedy of bone pathology, together with research by means of physique half, biomechanics, actual exam, and acceptable interventions. the mix of cutting-edge illustrations and authoritative details presents practitioners with a transparent photograph of the sickness and its therapy.
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If the glenoid is involved, a total shoulder arthroplasty will offer the best pain relief Page 62 This page intentionally left blank. Page 63 Chapter 4 The hip ANATOMY The hip is the most proximal joint in the lower extremity. It is a ball-and-socket joint. The femoral head (the ball) articulates with the acetabulum (the socket) in a very conforming fashion. The acetabulum is formed by the ilium, ischium and pubic bones of the pelvis. The presence of the femoral head is a necessary component to the formation of a normal acetabulum; for example, a patient with developmental dysplasia of the hip has a dysplastic acetabulum resulting from the absence of the femoral head in the socket during development.
Type II fractures are in the distal third and are further subdivided, based on ligament disruption and resulting instability of the clavicle The type II fractures that result in instability should be treated with open reduction with internal fixation. Type III fractures are in the medial third. Most clavicle fractures heal uneventfully, despite deformity and angulation, with sling immobilization for 6–8 weeks Page 45 Figure 57 Anteroposterior radiograph of the right shoulder demonstrating a mid-third clavicle shaft fracture with shortening and overlap.
Patients whose symptoms persist are usually treated surgically Figure 31 Arthroscopic photograph of a repair of the triangular-fibrocartilage complex. The tear can either be treated with surgical resection or a repair based on its morphology and location Page 28 This page intentionally left blank. Page 29 Chapter 2 The elbow ANATOMY The bones of the elbow consist of the distal humerus and the proximal radius and ulna. The distal humerus has a lateral column made up of the capitellum, and a corresponding medial side made up of the trochlea.