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 국민카드 2018.07 
 2018년 1월무이자할 
 결제프로그램 오류시 수 
 2017년 12월 무이 
    Fractures of the Hand and Carpus   
Fractures of the Hand and
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       저   자 : Boeckstyns
       출판사 : Thieme
    ISBN(13) : 978-31324-17205
       발행일 : 2018-06-13  /   1 판   /   290 페이지
       상품코드 : 26541
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Hand fractures account for millions of emergency room visits annually. The extraordinary importance of the hand in
so many activities of daily living necessitates inordinate surgical competence in repairing fractures, in order to
preserve the vast range of motion and functionality of this highly complex structure.


Key Features:

 • General overview chapters covering anatomy, epidemiology, fixation types, role of arthroscopy, and strategies
   for compound hand injuries (soft tissue, flaps, etc.)

 • Contributions from a large number of renowned subspecialists

 • Hand fractures in special patient groups: athletes, musicians, patients with a paralytic extremity

 • Specific chapters covering the full range of fracture types and locations, including diaphyseal and intra-
   articular fractures of the phalanges and metacarpals, bony avulsions, fracture dislocations, and carpal bone
   fractures

 • Complications and their treatment: infection, malunion, hardware failures, and more

 • Evidence-based treatment suggestions, with the goal of restoring anatomic alignment and functional range of
   motion

 • Hundreds of high-quality radiographs and color photographs

Ideal for all orthopaedic and plastic surgeons in training, and of benefit to experienced surgeons as well, Fractures of
the Hand and Carpus is a complete introduction to evidence-based techniques in hand surgery.




Section Ⅰ General Chapters

 1. Epidemiology and Specific Challenges

  1.1 Incidence of Hand and Carpal Fractures

 2. Evidence in the Treatment of Hand Fractures

  2.1 Introduction
  2.2 Quality and Distribution of the Studies
  2.3 Results
  2.4 Discussion

 3. Nonoperative Management of Hand Fractures

  3.1 Introduction
  3.2 Methods and Materials
  3.3 Results
  3.4 Discussion

 4. K-wire Fixation, Intraosseous Wiring, Tension Band Wiring

  4.1 Intraosseous and Cerclage Wiring
  4.2 K-wire Fixation

 5. Intramedullary Screw Fixation of the Metacarpals and Phalanges of the Hand

  5.1 Introduction
  5.2 Indications
  5.3 Surgical Technique
  5.4 Results
  5.5 Complications
  5.6 Conclusions

 6. Plate and Screw Fixation of Hand and Carpal Fractures

  6.1 Introduction and Historical Perspective
  6.2 Implants and Technical Principles
  6.3 General Considerations and Indications
  6.4 Specific Indications and Procedures
  6.5 Complications

 7. External Minifixation

  7.1 Introduction
  7.2 Surgical Technique
  7.3 Indications
  7.4 Results
  7.5 Discussion

 8. Role of Arthroscopy in the Treatment of Carpal Fractures and Nonunion

  8.1 Introduction
  8.2 Indications
  8.3 Method
  8.4 Conclusion

 9. Strategies in Compound Hand Injuries

  9.1 Introduction
  9.2 Patient Expectation
  9.3 Clinical Examination
  9.4 Imaging
  9.5 Classification
  9.6 Timing
  9.7 Surgery
  9.8 Surgical Steps

 10. Pediatric Hand Fractures

  10.1 Introduction
  10.2 Special Children Fractures

 11. Fractures in the Paralytic Extremity

  11.1 Introduction
  11.2 Basic Science
  11.3 Epidemiology
  11.4 Prevention
  11.5 Diagnosis
  11.6 Management of Fractures
  11.7 Evidence
  11.8 Future

 12. Hand Injuries in the Athlete

  12.1 Metacarpal and Phalangeal Fractures
  12.2 Carpal Fractures
  12.3 Scapholunate Injuries

 13. Special Aspects in Musicians

  13.1 Introduction and Historical Perspective
  13.2 Instruments and Movements Required to Play Them
  13.3 General Principles and Clinical Examples
  13.4 Conclusions

 14. Fractures of the Hand and Carpus: Complications and Their Treatment

  14.1 Infection/Osteomyelitis
  14.2 Malunion
  14.3 Nonunion
  14.4 Bone Necrosis
  14.5 Complications of Intra-articular Fracture: Osteoarthritis and Stiffness of Ligaments
  14.6 Summary of Clinical Points to Aid in Prevention of Complications
  14.7 Special Clinical Points in Judgment and Surgical Treatment

 15. Rehabilitation of Hand and Finger Fractures

  15.1 Challenges in Rehabilitation of Hand and Wrist Fractures
  15.2 Patient Evaluation before Therapy
  15.3 Techniques Used in Rehabilitation
  15.4 Extension and Traction
  15.5 Summary


Section Ⅱ Phalangeal Fractures

 16. Fractures at the Base of the Proximal Phalanx

  16.1 Trauma Mechanism
  16.2 Classification
  16.3 Clinical Signs and Tests
  16.4 Investigatory Examinations
  16.5 Possible Concurrent Lesions of Bone and Soft Tissue
  16.6 Evidence
  16.7 Author's Favored Treatment Option
  16.8 Alternative Treatment Options
  16.9 Prognosis

 17. Extra-articular Fractures of the Phalanges

  17.1 Trauma Mechanism
  17.2 Classification
  17.3 Clinical Signs and Tests
  17.4 Investigatory Examinations
  17.5 Concurrent Soft Tissue Lesions
  17.6 Evidence
  17.7 Author's Favored Treatment Options
  17.8 Alternative Treatment Options
  17.9 Treatment of Specific Fracture Configurations
  17.10 Prognosis
  17.11 Tips and Tricks

 18. Intra-articular Fractures of the Proximal Interphalangeal Joint

  18.1 Trauma Mechanism
  18.2 Classification
  18.3 Clinical Signs and Tests
  18.4 Investigatory Examinations
  18.5 Evidence
  18.6 Author's Favored Treatment Options
  18.7 Alternative Treatment Options
  18.8 Prognosis

 19. Avulsion Fractures of the Flexor and Extensor Tendons

  19.1 Extensor Avulsion Fractures
  19.2 Flexor Avulsion Fractures


Section Ⅲ Metacarpal Fractures

 20. Intra-articular Fractures and Dislocations at the Base of Metacarpals 2 to 5

  20.1 Introduction
  20.2 Trauma Mechanism and Anatomy
  20.3 Classification
  20.4 Clinical Signs and Tests
  20.5 Investigatory Examinations
  20.6 Treatment
  20.7 Evidence
  20.8 Author's Favored Treatment Option
  20.9 Tips and Tricks
  20.10 Prognosis

 21. Intra-articular Fractures at the Base of the First Metacarpal

  21.1 Trauma Mechanism
  21.2 Classification
  21.3 Clinical Signs and Tests
  21.4 Investigatory Examinations
  21.5 Possible Concurrent Lesions of Bone and Soft Tissue
  21.6 Evidence
  21.7 Author's Favored Treatment Option
  21.8 Alternative Treatment Options
  21.9 Prognosis
  21.10 Tips and Tricks

 22. Diaphyseal Fractures of the Metacarpals

  22.1 Trauma Mechanism
  22.2 Classification
  22.3 Clinical Signs
  22.4 Investigatory Examination
  22.5 Possible Concurrent Lesions of Bone and Soft Tissue
  22.6 Evidence and Anatomical Considerations
  22.7 Indications for Surgery
  22.8 Author's Favored Treatment Option
  22.9 Alternative Treatment Options
  22.10 Prognosis
  22.11 Tips and Tricks

 23. Metacarpal Neck Fractures

  23.1 Truma Mechanism
  23.2 Classification
  23.3 Clinical Signs and Tests
  23.4 Radiographs
  23.5 Possible Concurrent Lesions of Bone and Soft Tissue
  23.6 Evidence
  23.7 Author's Favored Treatment Option
  23.8 Alternative Treatment Options
  23.9 Prognosis
  23.10 Tips and Tricks

 24. Correction of Malunion in Metacarpal and Phalangeal Fractures

  24.1 Trauma Mechanism
  24.2 Classification
  24.3 Clinical Signs and Tests
  24.4 Evidence
  24.5 Author's Favored Treatment Options
  24.6 Clinical Results
  24.7 Tips and Tricks


Section Ⅳ Carpal Fractures

 25. Acute Scaphoid Fractures

  25.1 Introduction
  25.2 Trauma Mechanism
  25.3 Clinical Signs and Tests
  25.4 Investigatory Examinations
  25.5 Alternative Treatment Options
  25.6 Prognosis
  25.7 Conclusion

 26. Nonunion of the Scaphoid

  26.1 Trauma Mechanism
  26.2 Diagnostic Techniques and Criteria
  26.3 Treatment Options
  26.4 Evidence and Prognosis
  26.5 Salvage Procedures

 27. Other Carpal Fractures

  27.1 General Considerations
  27.2 Fracture of Triquetrum
  27.3 Fracture of the Pisiform
  27.4 Fracture of the Lunate
  27.5 Fracture of the Trapezium
  27.6 Fracture of Capitate
  27.7 Fracture of Hamate




Section 2 Improving the system of care

 2.1 Models of orthogeriatric care

 2.2 Overcoming barriers to implementation of a care model

 2.3 Clinical practice guidelines

 2.4 Elements of an orthogeriatric comanaged program

 2.5 Adapting facilities to fragility fracture patients

 2.6 Orthogeriatric team─principles, roles, and responsibilities

 2.7 Protocol and order set development

 2.8 Fracture liaison service and improving treatment rates for osteoporosis

 2.9 Use of registry data to improve care

 2.10 Lean business principles


Section 3 Fracture management

 3.1 Proximal humerus

 3.2 Humeral shaft

 3.3 Distal humerus

 3.4 Elbow

 3.5 Olecranon

 3.6 Distal forearm

 3.7 Pelvic ring

 3.8 Acetabulum

 3.9 Femoral neck

 3.10 Trochanteric and subtrochanteric femur

 3.11 Femoral shaft

 3.12 Distal femur

 3.13 Periprosthetic fractures around the hip

 3.14 Periprosthetic fractures around the knee

 3.15 Proximal tibia

 3.16 Tibial shaft

 3.17 Ankle

 3.18 Atypical fractures

 3.19 Chest trauma

 3.20 Polytrauma
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