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Advanced Reconstruction: Shoulder 2

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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.
     
    Get expert insight and practical guidance to master the latest techniques, including minimally invasive techniques for instability, rotator cuff pathology, and arthritis. Now in a case-based format: each author describes the case, addresses alternative approaches and controversies, and offers evidence and experience to support the recommended approach.
     
    Intraoperative photos, illustrations, and in many cases, the author’s own narrated video demonstrate the technical pearls and accelerate your learning curve. Yet the clear and concise chapter organization allows you to find specific answers quickly.
     
    Developed in collaboration with the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons.
    • Techniques, tips, and strategies from more than 130 leading surgeons
    • Step-by-step guidance through 60+ surgical challenges
    • The latest evidence to support solid decision making
    • Authors demonstrate technical pearls and fine points on videos created specifically for this resource
     
    Sixty-two chapters within these major sections including:
    • The solid foundations for successful shoulder surgery
    • Glenohumeral instability and labral pathology
    • Rotator cuff pathology
    • Acromioclavicular pathology
    • The stiff shoulder
    • Glenohumeral arthritis
    • Proximal humerus fractures
    • Clavicular trauma
    • Scapular fractures
    • Management of neuromuscular deficits
     
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  • Specs
    ISBN/ISSN
    9781975123475
    Product Format
    PB-Paperback
    Trim Size
    8.2 x 10.8
    Pages
    700
    Series
    Advanced Reconstruction
    Publication Date
    September 19, 2018
    Weight
    4.70
  • About The Author(s)
    Jeffrey S. Abrams M.D.
    Robert H. Bell M.D.
    John M. Tokish M.D.
  • Features
    Developed in collaboration with the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons.
    • Techniques, tips, and strategies from more than 130 leading surgeons
    • Step-by-step guidance through 60+ surgical challenges
    • The latest evidence to support solid decision making
    • Authors demonstrate technical pearls and fine points on videos created specifically for this resource
     
    Sixty-two chapters within these major sections including:
    • The solid foundations for successful shoulder surgery
    • Glenohumeral instability and labral pathology
    • Rotator cuff pathology
    • Acromioclavicular pathology
    • The stiff shoulder
    • Glenohumeral arthritis
    • Proximal humerus fractures
    • Clavicular trauma
    • Scapular fractures
    • Management of neuromuscular deficits
     
    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 -  Solid Foundations for Successful Shoulder Surgery
     
    Chapter 1: The Beach-Chair and Lateral Decubitus Positions: Key Surgical Principles
    Seung Jin Yi, MD; Jason L. Koh, MD
     
    Chapter 2: Use of Arthroscopic Portals in Shoulder Surgery: Technique and Strategy
    John J. Christoforetti, MD
     
    Chapter 3: The Deltopectoral Approach: Options for Management of the Subscapularis Tendon
    Justin S. Yang, MD; Robert Arciero, MD
     
    Chapter 4: Open Posterior Approach for the Management of Posterior Shoulder Instability
    Robert H. Bell, MD; Jeffrey S. Noble, MD
     
    Chapter 5: The Anterosuperior Approach to the Shoulder: Indications, Advantages, and Pitfalls
    Grant E. Garrigues, MD; Luke S. Austin, MD; Gerald R. Williams, Jr, MD
     
    Section 2 - Glenohumeral Instability and Labral Pathology
     
    Chapter 6: Uncomplicated Anterior Instability: The “Simple” Arthroscopic Bankart Repair
    Brett D. Owens, MD; E’Stephan J. Garcia, MD
     
    Chapter 7: Anterior Instability with Moderate Glenoid Bone Loss: The Latarjet Procedure
    Stephen S. Burkhart, MD; Robert U. Hartzler, MD, MS
     
    Chapter 8: Anterior Instability With Severe Glenoid Bone Loss: Bone Grafting Options and Techniques
    Matthew T. Provencher, MD, CDR MC USNR; George C. Vorys, MD; George Sanchez, BS
     
    Chapter 9: The Open Bankart for Bone Loss, Revision Surgery, and Soft-Tissue Deficiency
    Russell F. Warren, MD; Kenneth D. Weeks, MD
     
    Chapter 10: Arthroscopic Approaches in Anterior Instability with Moderate Humeral Bone Loss: The Remplissage Technique
    John M. Tokish, MD; Jeffrey S. Abrams, MD
     
    Chapter 11: Anterior Instability for Severe Humeral Bone Loss: Grafting and Prosthetic Options
    Salvatore J. Frangiamore, MD, MS; Anthony Miniaci, MD, FRCSC
     
    Chapter 12: Posterior Labral Repair for Management of Uncomplicated Posterior Shoulder Instability
    Fotios P. Tjoumakaris, MD; James P. Bradley, MD
     
    Chapter 13: Shoulder Arthroplasty for the Management of Chronic Glenohumeral Dislocation
    E. Scott Paxton, MD; Andrew Green, MD
     
    Chapter 14: Multidirectional Instability: Arthroscopic Techniques to Minimize Recurrence
    Omkar H. Dave, MD; Larry D. Field, MD
     
    Chapter 15: Multidirectional Instability: Open Options for Revision, Poor Tissue, and Poor Collagen
    Roger G. Pollock, MD; Peter MacDonald, MD, FRCS
     
    Chapter 16: Revision Surgery with Soft-Tissue Deficiency: The Role of Muscle Transfer and Grafting
    Jonathan D. Barlow, MD; Mark D. Lazarus, MD
     
    Chapter 17: SLAP Repairs of the Shoulder: Indications and Technical Considerations
    Mark H. Getelman, MD; Blake P. Gillette, MD

    Chapter 18: Biceps Tenodesis: Arthroscopic Considerations and Fixation Options
    Gregory A. Erickson, MD; Robert T. Burks, MD

    Chapter 19: Open Biceps Subpectoral Tenodesis: Operative Tips to Safely Restore Function and Cosmesis
    Mandeep S. Virk, MD; Peter N. Chalmers, MD; Chris R. Mellano, MD; Anthony A. Romeo, MD
     
    Section 3 - Rotator Cuff Pathology
     
    Chapter 20: The Significant Partial-Thickness Rotator Cuff Tear: Repair In Situ Versus Completion with Repair Techniques
    Charles M. Jobin, MD; Christopher S. Ahmad, MD
     
    Chapter 21: The “Simple” Full-Thickness Rotator Cuff Tear: Technical Considerations for Single- and Double-Row Repair
    Maxwell C. Park, MD; Neal S. ElAttrache, MD
     
    Chapter 22: Arthroscopic Repair of Massive Rotator Cuff Tears: Anatomic Considerations, Releases, and Mobilization Techniques
    Leslie A. Fink Barnes, MD; Evan L. Flatow, MD
     
    Chapter 23: The Massive Irreparable Rotator Cuff Tear: Muscle Transfer Techniques for Augmentation
    Bassem T. Elhassan, MD
     
    Chapter 24: The Massive Irreparable Rotator Cuff Tear: Patches and Augmentation Devices
    Marc R. Labbé, MD
     
    Chapter 25: Tears of the Subscapularis: Recognition and Treatment
    Ian K. Y. Lo, MD, FRCSC; Yohei Ono, MD, PhD
     
    Chapter 26: Tears of the Pectoralis Major: Repair and Augmentation Options
    Mandeep S. Virk, MD; Akshay Jain, MD; Nikhil N. Verma, MD
     
    Section 4 - Acromioclavicular Pathology
     
    Chapter 27: Arthroscopic Distal Clavicle Resection: Optimizing Technique
    Benjamin S. Shaffer, MD
     
    Chapter 28: Management of Os Acromiale
    Jia-Wei Kevin Ko, MD; Joseph A. Abboud, MD
     
    Chapter 29: Acromioclavicular Joint Repair and Reconstruction: Anatomic Considerations and Technical Tips
    John M. Apostolakos, BS; Michael B. O’Sullivan, MD; Monica Shoji, BA; Jessica DiVenere, BS; Mark P. Cote, DPT, MS, CTR; Augustus D. Mazzocca, MS, MD
     
    Chapter 30: Sternoclavicular Joint Reconstruction for Anterior and Posterior Sternoclavicular Joint Instability
    John E. Kuhn, MD, MS
     
    Section 5 - The Stiff Shoulder
     
    Chapter 31: Arthroscopic Capsular Release for the Management of Adhesive Capsulitis
    Bruce S. Miller, MD, MS
     
    Section 6 - Glenohumeral Arthritis
     
    Chapter 32: Arthroscopic Management of Glenohumeral Osteoarthritis: Nonarthroplasty Options for Joint Preservation
    Maximilian Petri, MD; Joshua A. Greenspoon, BSc; Peter J. Millett, MD, MSc
     
    Chapter 33: Glenohumeral Resurfacing
    Felix H. Savoie III, MD; Michael J. O’Brien, MD
     
    Chapter 34: Humeral Head Resurfacing/Replacement: Applications and Keys to Optimal Outcomes
    Laurence D. Higgins, MD; Amit Sood, MD; S. David Daniels, BS
     
    Chapter 35: Shoulder Arthroplasty: Advances and Controversies in Design Rationale
    Adam J. Lorenzetti, MD; Brent C. Stephens, MD; Geoffrey P. Stone, MD; Mark A. Frankle, MD
     
    Chapter 36: “Uncomplicated” Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: Technical Pearls for Exposure, Preparation, and Insertion
    Joseph D. Zuckerman, MD; Brent Mollon, MD, FRCSC
     
    Chapter 37: The Difficult Glenoid in Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: Reaming and Bone Grafting Techniques to Ensure Long-Term Stability
     David M. Dines, MD; Joshua S. Dines, MD
     
    Chapter 38: Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty for Rotator Cuff Tear Arthropathy
    Richard J. Hawkins, MD; Jeffrey Backes, MD; Michael J. Kissenberth, MD
     
    Chapter 39: Revision Shoulder Arthroplasty for Wear or Loosening
    Thomas R. Duquin, MD; John W. Sperling, MD, MBA
     
    Chapter 40: The Infected Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: One- and Two-Stage Revisions
    Lynn A. Crosby, MD
     
    Chapter 41: Revision Total Shoulder Arthroplasty to Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty
    Ryan M. Carr, MD; Yousef Shishani, MD; Janice Flocken, MS; Reuben Gobezie, MD
     
    Chapter 42: Management of Prosthetic Instability After Shoulder Arthroplasty
    Brian Grawe, MD; Frank A. Cordasco, MD, MS
     
    Chapter 43: Options for Failed Prosthetic Arthroplasty: Resection and Arthrodesis
    Michael H. Amini, MD; Eric T. Ricchetti, MD; Joseph P. Iannotti, MD, PhD
     
    Section 7 - Proximal Humerus Fractures
     
    Chapter 44: Open Reduction and Internal Fixation of Proximal Humerus Three- and Four-Part Fractures:  Plating Techniques
     Sanjit R. Konda, MD; Kenneth A. Egol, MD
     
    Chapter 45: Open Treatment and Internal Fixation of Proximal Humerus Fractures: Intramedullary Fixation
    Brian H. Mullis, MD; Jeffrey O. Anglen, MD
     
    Chapter 46: Hemiarthroplasty for Proximal Humerus Fractures: Keys to Relieve Pain and Restore Function
    Kamal I. Bohsali, MD, FACS; Michael A. Wirth, MD
     
    Chapter 47: Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty for Proximal Humerus Fractures: Indications, Limits, and Technique
    Michael M. Hussey, MD; Brent Stephens, MD; Mark A. Frankle, MD
     
    Chapter 48: Proximal Humerus Nonunion: Nonprosthetic Treatment Options
    Jesse B. Jupiter, MD
     
    Chapter 49: Humeral Hemiarthroplasty: Technical Considerations for Nonunion and Malunion
    Wayne Z. Burkhead, Jr, MD; Ian G. Wilkofsky, MD; Kelly Fitzpatrick, DO
     
    Chapter 50: Management of Periprosthetic Fractures of the Humerus
    Philipp N. Streubel, MD; Scott P. Steinmann, MD
     
    Section 8 - Clavicular Trauma
     
    Chapter 51: Midshaft Clavicular Fractures: Open Reduction and Internal Fixation
    Matthew Furey, MD, MSc, FRCSC; Michael McKee, MD, FRCSC
     
    Chapter 52: Intramedullary Fixation of Middle Third Clavicle Fracture
    Carl J. Basamania, MD
     
    Chapter 53: Distal Third Clavicular Fracture with Acromioclavicular Separation: Options for Treatment
    Peter B. MacDonald, MD, FRCS; Randa Berdusco, MD, FRCS
     
    Section 9 - Scapular Fractures
     
    Chapter 54: Glenoid Fractures: Open Reduction and Internal Fixation Through the Anterior Approach
    Guido Marra, MD; Michael Knesek, MD; Matthew Saltzman, MD
     
    Chapter 55: Open Reduction and Internal Fixation of Glenoid Fractures: Posterior Approach
    William D. Regan, Jr, MD, FRCSC; Cameron M. Anley, MD
     
    Chapter 56: Scapular Body Fractures: Indications and Technical Considerations
    Frank R. Avilucea, MD; William T. Obremskey, MD, MPH, MMHC
     
    Chapter 57: The Floating Shoulder: Treatment Goals and Operative Description
    Mark A. Schrumpf, MD; Samuel Harmsen, MD; Danielle Casagrande, MD
     
    Section 10 - Management of Neuromuscular Deficits
     
    Chapter 58: Pectoralis Major Transfer for Scapular Winging due to Long Thoracic Nerve Palsy
    Jon J.P. Warner, MD; Stephen A. Parada, MD; Amit Sood, MD
     
    Chapter 59: Rhomboid and Levator Transfer for Trapezius Palsy (Eden-Lange Procedure)
    Adam D. Hall, MD; William J. Mallon, MD; Joseph B. Wilson, MD
     
    Chapter 60: Scapulothoracic Fusion
    Anthony A. Romeo, MD; Chris R. Mellano, MD; Mandeep S. Virk, MD
    Peter N. Chalmers, MD
     
    Chapter 61: Glenohumeral Arthrodesis
    Joaquin Sanchez-Sotelo, MD, PhD
     
    Chapter 62: The Next Edition: The Future of Shoulder Reconstruction
    Jeffrey S. Abrams, MD; Robert H. Bell, MD; John M. Tokish, MD
  • Editorial Reviews
    This review is published by Doody Enterprises, Inc.
    Score: 86   3 Stars
     
    Reviewer 
    Matthew Marcus, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine) 
     
    Description 
    This book runs the gamut of topics in shoulder surgery, from arthroscopy to arthroplasty, and is accompanied by a website with videos. This second edition comes some 10 years after the first. 
     
    Purpose  
    The purpose is to present common and complex shoulder pathology using a unique approach. Each chapter is written by a leading physician in that particular topic and presents a case before delving into the treatment options. 
     
    Audience  
    The audience is all students and practitioners with an interest in shoulder surgery. This book provides not only treatment alternatives and preferred techniques, but photographs and videos, in some cases, to help in teaching these techniques. 
     
    Features  
    The book covers the most common pathology seen in the shoulder. From instability and rotator cuff tears to fractures and glenohumeral arthritis, this book covers in depth the majority of shoulder problems most commonly seen not only by shoulder specialists, but also generalists. Chapters all have a similar structure, starting with a brief introduction, followed by a case presentation to illustrate how these patients will typically present. This is followed by treatment modalities and the author's preferred method, with step-by-step instructions as well as clinical pearls and pitfalls. Chapters also have a spreadsheet of summaries of major articles related to the topic. Finally, chapters end with a chart on the rehabilitation protocol. Chapters also have illustrative photographs. For example, in the chapter about the treatment of massive rotator cuff tears, the authors describe releases and interval slides, with corresponding images to show what they are describing. 
     
    Assessment 
    I truly enjoyed this book. It provides a good review on some topics I am well versed in, and some new information on others. It is a good reference to have in the library. 
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