New PDF release: Atlas of Orthopaedic Surgery: A Multimedia Reference

By Kenneth J. Koval, Joseph D. Zuckerman

ISBN-10: 0781717884

ISBN-13: 9780781717885

Developed from video recordings made with state of the art cameras in grasp surgeons' working rooms, this leading edge full-color atlas/DVD package deal offers a true-to-life, step by step instructional on 37 universal orthopaedic surgeries. An atlas that includes shiny intraoperative pictures, plus surgical drawings and "how-to" directions wealthy in scientific pearls, is supplemented by means of an interactive multimedia DVD that includes 1 hour of real-time narrated video.

The atlas depicts each step of every technique, with succinct, bulleted textual content that covers anatomy, class, equipment/instruments, sufferer positioning, incision, pearls and pitfalls, surgical procedure, and approach. The DVD video demonstrates maneuvers which are tough to teach with nonetheless photos.

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The beach chair position. It is critical that the entire arm is draped free to allow the surgeon to move the limb at will. The patient should be in a semireclined position to allow the surgeon access to both the anterior and posterior surfaces of the shoulder. 32 Atlas of Orthopaedic Surgery - A Multimedia Reference FIGURE 1-12. The beach chair position. The monitor should be positioned in such a manner to allow the surgeon to stand behind the shoulder and look easily toward both the shoulder and the monitor.

1-22) This ligament should tighten with external rotation of the arm. The arthroscope should be directed further inferior to visualize in the inferior capsular recess and then directed superiorly to follow the margin of the posterior glenoid to allow circumferential visualization of the labrum until the arthroscope is returned to its position just posterior to the origin of the long 41 Atlas of Orthopaedic Surgery - A Multimedia Reference head of the biceps. It is important to remember to keep the posterior aspect of the glenoid in view at all times when inspecting the posterior aspect of the glenohumeral joint.

This portal is not necessary usually necessary for diagnostic arthroscopy but is used during acromioplasty and rotator cuff repair. During diagnostic arthroscopy, this portal may be helpful to aid in the palpation of the rotator cuff insertion, to assess the mobility and quality of the rotator cuff in the presence of complete tears. It is important that this portal not be placed too close to the lateral edge of the acromion. A portal that is too superior can result in significant interference between the instruments and the edge of cannula when working in the lateral aspects of the subacromial space.

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