Atlas of Hand Surgery

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Thieme, 2000 - Medical - 567 pages
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This large and beautifully illustrated atlas describes all major procedures in hand surgery. Step by step, elaborate and clear original drawings of high artistic value depict the surgical approaches and methods.

Following an introductory chapter on the anatomical basis of hand surgery, the clinical part of the book treats hand surgery in traumatology, plastic surgery and orthopedics.

The great care that was given to the preparation of this surgical atlas is matched by the comprehesive treatment of the techniques.

 

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Contents

Systematic Anatomy
2
Active Structures
9
Skin Incisions
35
Large Pedicled Axial Pattern Skin Flaps
60
Injuries and Secondary Changes of the Finger
69
Microsurgery of the Peripheral Nerves
76
Microvascular Surgery
83
Compression Neuropathy of the Median Nerve
112
Extensor Tendon Injuries
189
Flexor Tendon Injuries
223
General
264
Treatment of Poorly Healed Injuries
294
Metacarpals of the Fingers Excluding the Thumb
305
Treatment of Poorly Healed Injuries
322
Treatment of Acute Injuries
330
Fractures of the First Metacarpal
345

Compression of the Median Nerve at the Bicipital
118
Ulnar Nerve Compression Syndromes
126
Radial Nerve Compression Syndromes
135
Wartenbergs Syndrome
141
Ulnar Nerve Palsy
154
Radial Nerve Palsy
166
Distal Radial Nerve Palsy
173
Suture Material and Suture Technique
180
Wrist
365
Treatment of Poorly Healed Injuries
389
Radius and Distal Radioulnar Joint
408
Rheumatoid Disease Degenerative Changes Stenosing Tenosynovitis
447
Thumb
494
Wrist
524
Bibliography
556
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Clinic of Plastic Surgery, Leopold-Franzens-University, Innsbruck, Austria

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