AO Principles of Fracture Management, Volume 2
Thomas P. Rüedi, Richard E. Buckley, Christopher G. Moran
AO Publishing, 2007 - Fractures - 947 pages
This newly written text includes "Call Outs" for easy cross-referencing. Hundreds of magnificent, full-color intraoperative photographs, radiographs, and illustrations open a visual avenue to the entire content of the Manual. The CD-ROMs now offer a comprehensive selection of AO teaching videos, allowing the viewer to refer to different sections as needed. Basic and specific instructional videos help understand special techniques. The chapter on specific fractures is supported through sequences of practical exercise tapes relating to different areas of the skeleton like humerus, pelvis, femur, tibia, etc. Navigational features include hyperlinks, electronic bookmarks, and text search by keywords.
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Assessment of fractures and soft tissues
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6.3 Forearm acetabular fractures acetabulum anatomical reduction ankle artery arthroplasty articular fractures articular fragments articular surface avascular necrosis avulsion bone graft Bone Joint Surg calcaneus cancellous bone classification clavicle Clin Orthop Relat comminuted complex compression condylar cortex CT scan diaphysis dorsal elbow exposure extensor external femoral head femur fibula frac fracture pattern fractures type functional humerus iliac implants incision injury insertion internal fixation intraarticular intramedullary intramedullary nailing K-wires lag screws lateral ligament medial ment metacarpal multifragmentary muscle nonoperative nonunion oblique olecranon open reduction operative treatment ORIF Orthop Relat Res Orthop Trauma palmar patella patients pelvic ring percutaneous plate fixation position Postoperative Preoperative planning proximal radial head radial nerve radius reconstruction reduction and internal rotation screw fixation shaft fractures skin soft-tissue stability supine surgery surgical technique tendon tension band tension band wire tibia tibial tion tissues triceps brachii muscle tuberosity tures ulna ulnar unstable vascular Video x-ray