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    Publisher's Note: Products purchased from 3rd Party sellers are not guaranteed by the Publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product.
     
    AAOS Comprehensive Orthopaedic Review, 2nd edition offers sweeping coverage of the core of orthopaedic knowledge that spans the spectrum of the orthopaedic specialties. In one convenient and comprehensive text you'll find the specific information you need to prepare for your examination.
     
    Study to prepare for your Board Exam!
    This study set is designed to prepare orthopaedic residents for the Orthopaedic In-Training Exam (OITE), and the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS) Board Certification examination. Dr. Boyer and his editorial team of Board-certified orthopaedic surgeons edited and present this thorough text in a concise outline format, giving you ready access to the important facts as a quick bulleted review of the concepts you need to know.
     
    Study to retain knowledge!
    With content developed by over 200 physician contributors, you can reinforce what you've learned on your daily rounds and skills labs. Organized by specialty, each of the 143 chapters is loaded with color images, illustrations, tables, and charts to support the material and help you retain the information.
     
    Study to achieve proficiency!
    Pinpoint areas for further study by self-testing with nearly 500 multiple-choice companion study questions. Each question includes the preferred response with additional discussion and explanation of the topics.
     
    Enrich Your eBook Reading Experience 
    • Read directly on your preferred device(s), such as computer, tablet, or smartphone
    • Easily convert to audiobook, powering your content with natural language text-to-speech
     
     
  • Specs
    ISBN/ISSN
    9781975122713
    Product Format
    PB-Paperback
    Trim Size
    8.8 x 11
    Pages
    1300
    Publication Date
    September 19, 2018
    Weight
    13.80
  • About The Author(s)
    Martin I. Boyer M.D., MSc, FRCS(C)
  • Features
    Study to prepare for your Board Exam!
    This study set is designed to prepare orthopaedic residents for the Orthopaedic In-Training Exam (OITE), and the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS) Board Certification examination. Dr. Boyer and his editorial team of Board-certified orthopaedic surgeons edited and present this thorough text in a concise outline format, giving you ready access to the important facts as a quick bulleted review of the concepts you need to know.
     
    Study to retain knowledge!
    With content developed by over 200 physician contributors, you can reinforce what you've learned on your daily rounds and skills labs. Organized by specialty, each of the 143 chapters is loaded with color images, illustrations, tables, and charts to support the material and help you retain the information.
     
    Study to achieve proficiency!
    Pinpoint areas for further study by self-testing with nearly 500 multiple-choice companion study questions. Each question includes the preferred response with additional discussion and explanation of the topics.
     
    Enrich Your eBook Reading Experience 
    • Read directly on your preferred device(s), such as computer, tablet, or smartphone
    • Easily convert to audiobook, powering your content with natural language text-to-speech
  • Table of contents
    Section 1: Basic Science
    1. Cellular and Molecular Biology, Immunology, and Genetics Terminology
    Sung Wook Seo
    Francis Lee
    Saquib Nizami
    Anny Hsu
    1. Skeletal Development
    Kornelis Andries Poelstra
    1. Musculoskeletal Infections and Microbiology
    Gary Miller
    1. Biomechanics
    Vijay Goel
    Nikhil Kulkarni
    Jonathan Grauer
    1. Biomaterials
    Reed Ayers
    Kern Singh
    1. Bone Grafts, Bone Morphogenetic Proteins, and Bone Substitutes
    Hyun Bae
    Neil Bamb
    Linda Kanim
    Justin Field
    1. Bone and Joint Biology
    John Clohisy
    Dieter Lindskog
    Yousef Abu-Amer
    1. Articular Cartilage and Osteoarthritis
    Karen Sutton
    Jonathan Grauer
    Debdut Biswas
    Jesse Bible
    1. Tendons and Ligaments
    Stavros Thomopoulos
    1. Peripheral Nervous System
    Seth Dodds
    1. Skeletal Muscle
    Michael Medvecky
    1. Intervertebral Disk
    S. Tim Yoon
    Michael Smith
    1. Statistics: Practical Applications for Orthopaedics
    Mohit Bhandari
    Khaled Saleh
    Wendy Novicoff
    1. Evidence-Based Medicine
    Khaled Saleh
    Wendy Novicoff
     
    Section 2: General Knowledge
    1. Musculoskeletal Imaging
    C. Benjamin Ma
    Lynne Steinbach
    1. Coagulation and Thromboembolism
    Jared Foran
    Craig J. Della Valle
    1. Normal and Pathologic Gait
    Keith Baldwin
    Mary Ann Keenan
    1. Orthoses, Amputations, and Prostheses
    Keith Baldwin
    Mary Ann Keenan
    1. Occupational Health/Work-Related Injury and Illness
    Peter J. Mandell
    1. Anesthesiology
    Steven Melton
    Richard Moon
    1. Electrophysiologic Assessment
    Adam J. La Bore
    1. Neuro-orthopaedics and Rehabilitation
    Keith Baldwin
    Mary Ann Keenan
    1. Medicolegal Issues
    David Halsey
    1. Medical Ethics
    Ross E. McKinney, Jr.
     
    Section 3: Trauma
    1. Evaluation of the Trauma Patient
    Philip R. Wolinsky
    William Min
    1. Gunshot Wounds and Open Fractures
    John T. Riehl
    George Haidukewych
    Kenneth Koval
    1. Nonunions, Malunions, and Osteomyelitis
    David Lowenberg
    1. Fractures of the Clavicle, Scapula, and Glenoid
    Peter A. Cole
    Steven R. Gammon
    1. Proximal Humerus Fractures
    Clifford B. Jones
    1. Fractures of the Humeral Shaft and Distal Humerus
    Frank Liporace
    1. Fractures of the Elbow
    Niloofar Dehghan
    Michael McKee
    1. Terrible Triad Injuries of the Elbow
    Robert Tashjian
    1. Forearm Trauma and Diaphyseal Fractures
    Christopher McAndrew
    1. Hand Trauma
    David Ring
    Steven Moran
    Marco Rizzo
    Alexander Shin
    1. Wrist Fractures and Dislocations, Carpal Instability, and Distal Radium Fractures
    David Ring
    Steven Moran
    Marco Rizzo
    Alexander Shin
    1. Pelvic, Acetabular, and Sacral Fractures
    Raymond D. Wright, Jr.
    1. Hip Dislocations and Femoral Head Fractures
    Robert F. Ostrum
    1. Fractures of the Hip
    Steven J. Morgan
    1. Fractures of the Femoral Shaft and Distal Femur
    Lisa K. Cannada
    1. Knee Dislocations and Patella Fractures
    John T. Riehl
    Joshua Langford
    Kenneth Koval
    1. Tibial Plateau and Tibial-Fibula Shaft Fractures
    Erik Kubiak
    Kenneth A. Egol
    1. Fractures of the ankle and Tibial Plafond
    David W. Sanders
    Kenneth A. Egol
    1. Foot Trauma
    Nirmal Tejwani
    Nelson Fong SooHoo
     
    Section 4: Orthopaedic Oncology / Systemic Disease
    1. Overview of Orthopaedic Oncology and Systemic Disease
    Frank J. Frassica
    1. Principles of Treatment of Musculoskeletal Tumors
    Frank J. Frassica
    1. Benign Bone Tumors and Reactive Lesions
    Kristy Weber
    1. Malignant Bone Tumors
    Kristy Weber
    1. Benign Soft-Tissue Tumors and Reactive Lesions
    Kristy Weber
    1. Malignant Soft-Tissue Tumors
    Kristy Weber
    1. Miscellaneous Lesions
    Frank J. Frassica
    1. Metastatic Bone Disease
    Kristy Weber
    1. Metabolic Bone and Inflammatory Joint Disease
    Frank J. Frassica
     
    Section 5: Pediatrics
    1. Skeletal Dysplasias and Mucupolysaccharidoses
    Samantha Spencer
    1. Pediatric Musculoskeletal Disorders and Syndromes
    Samantha Spencer
    1. Pediatric Neuromuscular Disorders
    M. Siobhan Murphy Zane
    1. Osteoarticular Infection
    Howard R. Epps
    Scott Rosenfeld
    1. The Pediatric Hip
    Paul Choi
    1. Pediatric Foot Conditions
    Anthony A. Scaduto
    Nathan L. Frost
    1. Pediatric Lower Extremity Deformities and Limb Deficiencies
    Anthony A. Scaduto
    Nathan L. Frost
    1. Limb Deformity Analysis
    David Lowenberg
    1. Musculoskeletal Conditions and Injuries in the Young Athlete
    Jay C. Albright
    1. Pediatric Musculoskeletal Trauma and Upper Extremity Fractures
    Robert M. Kay
    1. Pediatric Pelvic and Lower Extremity Fractures
    Robert M. Kay
     
    Section 6: Spine
    1. Anatomy of the Spine
    Gannon Randolph
    Arya Nick Shamie
    1. Physical Examination of the Spine
    Alan S. Hilibrand
    1. Diagnostics and Nonsurgical Treatment of Spinal Disorders
    Thomas Scioscia
    Jeffrey Wang
    1. Pediatric Spine
    Scott J. Luhmann
    David L. Skaggs
    1. Adult Spinal Deformity
    Tenner J. Guillaume
    Michael Patrick Kelly
    Jim Youssef
    1. Infections of the Spine
    Peter Whang
    Jonathan Grauer
    1. Spinal Trauma
    Elizabeth Yu
    Safdar Khan
    Warren Yu
    1. Degenerative Conditions of the Cervical Spine
    Thomas Cha
    K. Daniel Riew
    Jeffrey C. Wang
    1. Lumbar Degenerative Disease and Low Back Pain
    Thomas Edward Mroz
    Michael Steinmetz
    1. Osteoporosis of the Spine and Vertebral Compression Fractures
    Ben B. Pradhan
    1. Inflammatory Arthritides of the Spine
    Yu-Po Lee
    Section 7: Shoulder and Elbow
    1. Anatomy of the Shoulder, Arm, and Elbow
    Gregory D. Gramstad
    1. Physical Examination of the Shoulder and Elbow
    Braden Gammon
    George Athwal
    Ryan Bicknell
    1. Imaging of the Shoulder and Elbow
    Nady Hamid
    1. Rotator Cuff Tears and Cuff Tear Arthroplasty
    Anand M. Murthi
    1. The Unstable Shoulder
    Jeffrey T. Spang
    Augustus D. Mazzocca
    Robert A. Arciero
    1. Adhesive Capsulitis
    Jay D. Keener
    1. Arthritis and Arthroplasty of the Shoulder
    Young W. Kwon
    Andrew P. Mahoney
    1. Disorders of the Acromioclavicular Joint
    Jay D. Keener
    1. Disorders of the Sternoclavicular Joint
    Jay D. Keener
    1. Superior Labrum Anterior to Posterior Tears and Lesions of the Biceps Tendon
    Marc S. Kowalsky
    1. Lateral and Medial Epicondylitis
    John-Erik Bell
    1. Elbow Stiffness
    Anand M. Murthi
    1. Simple Elbow Dislocations
    April D. Armstrong
    1. Recurrent Elbow Instability
    Charles Getz
    1. Arthritis and Arthroplasty of the Elbow
    April D. Armstrong
    1. Distal Biceps Tendon Injuries
    Reza Omid
    1. Elbow Injuries in the Athlete
    Christopher S. Ahmad
    Guillem Gonzalez-Lomas
     
    Section 8: Hand and Wrist
    1. Anatomy of the Hand and Wrist
    Fraser J. Leversedge
    1. Carpal Instability
    M. Tyrrell Burrus
    A. Rashard Dacus
    1. Arthritides of the Hand and Wrist
    Charles Day
    Tamara Rozental
    Peyton Hays
    1. Congenital Hand and Wrist Differences and Brachial Plexus Birth Palsy
    Donald S. Bae
    1. Traumatic Brachial Plexus Injuries
    Thomas J. Christensen
    Allen T. Bishop
    Robert J. Spinner
    Alexander Y. Shin
    1. Nerve Injuries and Nerve Transfers
    Lance M. Brunton
    1. Tendon Transfers for Peripheral Nerve Injuries in the Upper Extremity
    D. Nicole Deal
    1. Flexor and Extensor Tendon Injuries
    John S. Taras
    Joshua Ratner
    1. Tendinopathy of the Hand and Wrist
    John S. Taras
    1. Depuytren Contracture
    Jeffry T. Watson
    1. Burns and Frostbite
    Jeffry T. Watson
    1. Infections of the Hand
    Jeffry T. Watson
    1. Nerve Compression Syndromes
    Michael Y. Lin
    Ranjan Gupta
    1. Replantations in the Upper Extremities
    Amit Gupta
    106. Soft-Tissue Coverage
    Martin I. Boyer
    107. Acute and Chronic Vascular Injuries and Disorders of the Hand and Wrist
    Tamara D. Rozental
    108. Wrist Arthroscopy
    Charles Goldfarb
     
    Section 9: Preservation, Arthroplasty, and Salvage Surgery of the Hip and Knee
    109.      General Evaluation of the Hip Patient
                                 Greg Polkowski
                                 Jay R. Lieberman
    110.      Radiographic Evaluation of the Hip
                                 Ritesh Shah
                                 Frank Bohnenkamp
    111.      Surgical Anatomy of the Hip
                                 Sharat K. Kusuma
    112.      Nonarthroplasty Surgical Treatment of the Hip
                                 Jeffrey J. Nepple
                                 John C. Clohisy
                                 Perry L. Schoenecker
    113.      Primary Hip Arthroplasty
                                 Alejandro Gonzalez Della Valle
                                 Michael L. Parks
    114.      Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty
                                 James Keeney
    115.      General Evaluation of the Knee Patient
                  Gregory Pinkowsky
                  David R. Maish
    116.      Radiographic Evaluation and Surgical Anatomy of the Knee
                                 James A. Keeney
    117.      Nonarthroplasty Surgical Treatment of the Knee
                                 Kevin M. Casey
                                 William Bugbee
    118.      Primary Knee Arthroplasty
                                 Samuel S. Wellman
                                 Michael P. Bolognesi
    119.      Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty
                                 Michael D. Ries
                                 Ryan M. Nunley
     
    Miscellaneous
    120.      Biomechanics and Wear in Joint Arthroplasty
                                 Paul E. Beaulè
                                 Mario Lamontagne
                                 Vickas Khanna
    121.      Periprosthetic Joint Infections
                                 Erik Hansen
                                 Javad Parvizi
    122.      Periprosthetic Fractures Associated With Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty
                                 Greg Erens
     
    Section 10: Sports Injuries of the Knee and Sports Medicine
    123.      Anatomy and Biomechanics of the Knee
                                 Eric C. McCarty
                                 David R. McAllister
                                 James P. Leonard
    124.      Extensor Mechanism Injuries
                                 Christian Latterman
    Elizabeth A. Arendt
                  Jack Andrish
                  Morgan Jones                 
    125.      Ligamentous Injuries of the Knee
                  Carolyn Hettrich
    Robert G. Marx
                  Richard D. Parker
                  Matthew J. Matava
                  Jon K. Sekiya
    126.      Meniscus Injuries
                                 Matthew V. Smith
                                 Rick Wright
    127.      Articular Cartilage Injury and Treatment
                                 Robert H. Brophy
                                 Brian R. Wolf
                                 Warren R. Dunn
    128.      Overuse Injuries
                                 Armando Vidal
                                 Christopher Kaeding
                                 Annunziato Amendola
    129.      Concussion and Common Neurologic Sports Injuries
                                 Allen K. Sills
                                 John E. Kuhn
    130.      Medical Aspects of Sports Participation
                                 David Liddle
                                 Robert Warne Fitch
                                 Mark E. Halstead
    131.      Prevention and Rehabilitation of Sports Injuries
                                 Timothy E. Hewett
                                 Bruce D. Beynnon
                                 Robert A. Magnussen
                                 Jon Devine
                                 Glenn N. Williams
     
    Section 11: Foot and Ankle
    132.      Anatomy and Biomechanics of the Foot and Ankle
                                 Vincent James Sammarco
                                 Ross Taylor
    133.      Regional Anesthesia in Foot and Ankle Surgery
                                 Randall J. Malchow
                                 Rajnish K. Gupta
    134.      Disorders of the First Ray
                                 Thomas G. Padanilam
    135.      Forefoot Disorders
                                 Steven M. Raikin
                                 A. Brian Thomson
    136.      Acute and Chronic Injuries of the Ankle
                                 John G. Anderson
                                 Donald R. Bohay
    137.      Arthroscopy of the Ankle
                                 Benedict F. DiGiovanni
    138.      Arthritides of the Foot and Ankle
                          Andrew Brian Thomson
    Mark E. Easley
    Deanna M. Boyette
    139.      Tendon Disorders of the Foot and Ankle
                                 Simon Lee
                                 Johnny Lin
    140.      Heel Pain
                                David R. Richardson
                                 E. Greer Richardson
    141.      Neurologic Disorders of the Foot and Ankle
                                 Dane K. Wukich
    142.      The Diabetic Foot and Ankle
                                 Gregory C. Berlet
                                 Terrence Philbin
    143.      Tumors and Infections of the Foot and Ankle
                                 Kathleen S. Beebe
                                 Sheldon S. Lin
     
  • Editorial Reviews
         Reviewer: Mark R. Hutchinson, MD
         University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine
         Weighted Numerical Score: 94  -  4 Stars
     
    As the world's leading educator of orthopedic surgeons, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) publishes this two-volume review for practicing orthopedic surgeons preparing for recertification, orthopedic residents in training, and all professionals in search of a comprehensive review.
     
    Purpose
    The goal is to provide a thorough review of the broad specialty of orthopedic surgery that can effectively prepare surgeons and residents for comprehensive examinations and insure their grasp of knowledge in the field.
     
    Audience
    The obvious target audience is orthopedic surgeons, but more specifically it is those who want to review and stay current in the specialty. In that regard, the two volumes will be especially valuable for surgeons preparing for boards, recertification, and in-training examinations.
     
    Features
    The two volumes are nicely compartmentalized into topics that are coded into the spine of the books. Each section concludes with "top testing facts" that serve as a wonderful, quick, bang- for-the-buck summary. The online availability improves convenient access for surgeons who prefer to study and review with the computer.
     
    Assessment
    AAOS has once again provided orthopedic surgeons and residents with the go-to review in the field. Other books may provide different approaches and techniques for study, but none of them have the stature of AAOS. If a resident or surgeon chooses to use one of the other books, it will almost assuredly be in addition to and not instead of this key offering. It is clearly a must buy for all orthopedists and residents preparing for examinations and, therefore, a key reference to be offered in all orthopedic libraries. This is a wonderful resource that I will be depending on for my own recertification preparation. 
     
    This review is published by Doody Enterprises, Inc., the premiere provider of expert reviews of medical books.
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