Interventional Pain Management: Image-Guided Procedures

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Elsevier Health Sciences, Jul 28, 2008 - Medical - 640 pages
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Thoroughly revised and reorganized, this 2nd edition offers you meticulous how-to-do-it guidance on performing today’s top radiographically guided regional anesthesia and pain management techniques. Renowned experts explain how to make optimal use of fluoroscopy, MRI, and CT to pinpoint the exact anatomic site for each procedure.
  • Provides fluoroscopic, MR, and CT images coupled with distinct line drawings for each procedure to ensure proper positioning and easy application of techniques.
  • Offers easy-to-follow step-by-step descriptions addressing every aspect of patient positioning, the use of radiographic solutions for tissue-specific enhancement, and correct techniques for anesthesia/analgesia administration so you can be sure your patient will be pain free throughout the procedure.
  • Discusses possible complications to help you avoid mistakes.
  • Includes descriptions of procedures for each image guided technique as well as the approaches available for such imaging so you can choose the correct procedure for every patient.
  • Features two new sections Advanced Techniques and Emerging Techniques, incorporates new procedures into the upper and lower extremity and head and neck chapters, and revises all other chapters substantially to put you on the cusp of the latest advances in the field.
  • Uses nearly 1,600 crisp illustrations, 50% new to this edition, to illuminate every concept.
  • Presents a complete reorganization by body region and focused content to help you get to the information you need quickly.
  

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Contents

HISTORY
FUNDAMENTALS OF RADIOGRAPHY
IMAGING MODALITIES
CLINICAL APPLICATION OF VARIOUS IMAGING MODALITIES
RADIATION SAFETY
LOCAL ANESTHETICS
CHEMICAL NEUROLYTIC AGENTS
WATERSOLUBLE RADIOPAQUE AGENTS
HISTORY
WINNIE 3IN1 TECHNIQUE
OBTURATOR NERVE BLOCK
COMPLICATIONS
FEMORAL NERVE BLOCK
SAPHENOUS NERVE BLOCK AT THE KNEE
SCIATIC NERVE BLOCK
COMMON PERONEAL NERVE BLOCK AT THE KNEE

CORTICOSTEROIDS
BOTULINUM TOXINS
HISTORY
RADIOFREQUENCY LESION GENERATOR SYSTEM
THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF RADIOFREQUENCY LESIONING
INDICATIONS AND CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR PULSED RADIOFREQUENCY
HISTORY
PHYSICS OF CRYOANALGESIA
PATHOLOGY OF THE LESION
TECHNIQUE
COMMON PROCEDURES
PREOPERATIVE GUIDELINES
OPERATIVE GUIDELINES
POSTOPERATIVE GUIDELINES
BLOCK AND NEUROLYSIS OF TRIGEMINAL GANGLION AND BRANCHES
MAXILLARY NERVE BLOCK
MANDIBULAR NERVE BLOCK
GLOSSOPHARYNGEAL NERVE BLOCK
PREPROCEDURE PREPARATION
PROCEDURE
GREATER AND LESSER OCCIPITAL NERVE BLOCKS
SUBOCCIPITAL COMPARTMENT DECOMPRESSION
SPHENOPALATINE GANGLION BLOCK AND NEUROLYSIS
CERVICAL EPIDURAL STEROID INJECTIONS
CERVICAL NEUROPLASTY
CERVICAL CORDOTOMY
CERVICAL TRANSFORAMINAL INJECTIONS
THIRD OCCIPITAL NERVE BLOCK AND RADIOFREQUENCY NEUROTOMY
CERVICAL NERVE ROOT BLOCK
CERVICAL PROVOCATION DISCOGRAPHY
ANATOMY
INDICATIONS
CONTRAINDICATIONS
PREPARATION OF PATIENT
EQUIPMENT
DRUGS
TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT BLOCK
ATLANTOOCCIPITAL JOINT BLOCK
LATERAL ATLANTOAXIAL JOINT BLOCK
CERVICAL FACET BLOCKS
CERVICAL MUSCLE INJECTIONS
MYOFASCIAL PAIN SYNDROMES
SYNDROMES THAT CAUSE CERVICAL MYOFASCIAL PAIN
COMPLICATIONS
CONCLUSIONS
INTERCOSTAL NERVE BLOCK
SUPRASCAPULAR NERVE BLOCK
T2 AND T3 SYMPATHETIC BLOCK AND NEUROLYSIS
SPLANCHNIC NERVE BLOCKS
THORACIC EPIDURAL INJECTION AND CATHETER PLACEMENT
DORSAL ROOT ENTRY ZONE LESIONING
THORACIC FACET AND MEDIAL BRANCH BLOCK
SUMMARY
HISTORY
LUMBAR PLEXUS BLOCK
ILIOHYPOGASTRIC NERVE BLOCK
ILIOINGUINAL NERVE BLOCK
GENITOFEMORAL NERVE BLOCK
LATERAL FEMORAL CUTANEOUS NERVE BLOCK
CELIAC GANGLION BLOCK AND NEUROLYSIS
LUMBAR SYMPATHETIC BLOCK AND NEUROLYSIS
NEUROLYTIC BLOCK
LUMBAR TRANSFORAMINAL EPIDURAL STEROID INJECTION
LUMBAR SPINAL NERVE BLOCK
LUMBAR DISCOGRAPHY
ANATOMY
NERVE SUPPLY
ZYGAPOPHYSEAL JOINT PAIN
PATIENT SELECTION
LUMBAR MEDIAL BRANCH BLOCK
LUMBAR INTRAARTICULAR ZYGAPOPHYSEAL JOINT INJECTION
RADIOFREQUENCY NEUROTOMY
CONCLUSION
HISTORY
ANATOMY
TREATING LOW BACK PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH MYOFASCIAL PAIN SYNDROME
INJECTION TECHNIQUE FOR LUMBAR MUSCLES
ANATOMY
HYPOGASTRIC PLEXUS BLOCK
GANGLION OF IMPAR BLOCK
SACRAL EPIDURAL STEROID INJECTION
CAUDAL DECOMPRESSIVE NEUROPLASTY
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF EPIDURAL SCARRING
TRANSFORAMINAL NEUROPLASTY
SACRAL NERVE ROOT INJECTION
HISTORY
ANATOMY
BIOMECHANICS OF SACROILIAC JOINT
FUNCTION OF SACROILIAC JOINT
INNERVATION
CLINICAL EXAMINATION OF PATIENT WITH SACROILIAC JOINT PAIN
MANAGEMENT
TECHNIQUE
HISTORY
ANATOMY
INDICATIONS AND CONTRAINDICATIONS
EQUIPMENT
DRUGS
PREPARATION OF PATIENT
PROCEDURES
COMPLICATIONS
EFFICACY
HISTORY
THE SHOULDER
THE ELBOW
THE WRIST
TIBIAL NERVE BLOCK AT THE KNEE
TIBIAL NERVE BLOCK AT THE ANKLE
DRUGS
HISTORY
ANATOMY
INDICATIONS
EQUIPMENT
PROCEDURES
OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
COMPLICATIONS
HISTORY
INDICATIONS
CONTRAINDICATIONS
EQUIPMENT
DRUGS
CERVICAL SPINAL CORD STIMULATION
THORACOLUMBAR SPINAL CORD STIMULATION
SACRAL NERVE STIMULATION
EFFICACY OF SPINAL CORD STIMULATION
HISTORY
ANATOMY
PHARMACOLOGY
INDICATIONS AND CONTRAINDICATIONS
EQUIPMENT
DRUGS
COMPLICATIONS
CLINICAL PEARLS
EFFICACY
HISTORY
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
INDICATIONS
CONTRAINDICATIONS
DRUGS
PREPARATION OF PATIENT
PROCEDURE
COMPLICATIONS
CLINICAL PEARLS
EFFICACY
INTERNAL DISC DISRUPTION
PAIN MECHANISM
DIAGNOSIS OF INTERNAL DISC DISRUPTION
OPTIONS FOR TREATMENT OF DISC LESIONS
INDICATIONS
GENERAL OVERVIEW OF TECHNIQUE
EVALUATION OF INTRADISCAL THERAPIES
CONCLUSION
INTRODUCTION
HISTORY
INDICATIONS
CONTRAINDICATIONS
PROCEDURE
EFFICACY
INTRODUCTION AND HISTORY
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
CONTRAINDICATIONS
PROCEDURE
EFFICACY
COMPLICATIONS
CLINICAL PEARLS
DEEP BRAIN STIMULATION
MOTOR CORTEX STIMULATION
HISTORY
ANATOMY
INDICATIONS
TECHNIQUE
COMPLICATIONS
PRINCIPLES OF ULTRASOUND
ULTRASOUNDGUIDED BRACHIAL PLEXUS BLOCKS
PERIPHERAL NERVES
CLINICAL TRIALS WITH ULTRASOUNDGUIDED PLEXUS ANESTHESIA
ULTRASOUNDGUIDED LUMBOSACRAL PLEXUS BLOCKS
ULTRASONOGRAPHY IN CENTRAL BLOCK
PAIN PROCEDURES UNDER ULTRASOUND GUIDANCE
CONCLUSION
PROCEDURE ROOM SETUP
RADIATION GARMENTS
FLUOROSCOPY EQUIPMENT
NEEDLES
EQUIPMENT
SPECIAL EQUIPMENT
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Dr. Michael Hammer is the leading exponent of the concept of reengineering. He was named by BusinessWeek as one of the four preeminent management gurus of the 1990s and by Time as one of America's 25 Most Influential Individuals. He lives in Massachusetts.

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