Master Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery: The Wrist
by Richard H., Md. Gelberman (Editor), Kate Sweeney (Illustrator), Joel Herring
Hardcover: 503 pages
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Publishers; ISBN: 0781723728; 2nd edition (June 15, 2002)
Watson (Hartford Hospital, U. of Connecticut and Yale U.) and Weinzweig (Brown U. and Rhode Island Hospital) present 76 contributions that incorporate anatomy, theory, and technique. Topics include introductory material; evaluation of symptoms; congenital and pediatric anomalies; carpal bone and distal radius fractures; fracture-dislocations of the carpus; wrist amputation and replantation; carpal instability; osteoarthritic and rhematoid wrists; the distal radioulnar joint; Keinbock's disease; ulnar wrist pain; tumors; and rehabilitation. The atlas provides detailed demonstrations of dozens of reconstructive procedures through text and about 500 color intraoperative photographs. In addition, the overall volume is generously illustrated with color photographs and diagrams as well as b&w x-ray images and drawings.