7 edition of Surgical reconstruction of the upper extremity found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] James H. Herndon.|
|Contributions||Herndon, James H., 1938-|
|LC Classifications||RD557 .S87 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 1055 p. :|
|Number of Pages||1055|
|LC Control Number||98041104|
This comprehensive atlas contains step-by-step technique based illustrations to demonstrate innovative strategies in surgical flap reconstruction of hand and upper extremities after injury. Provided algorithm pathways analyze the treatment of common injuries in a clear and succinct fashion to guide surgical decision-making. Each publication highlights the fine points of the surgical treatment of the upper extremity with an emphasis on high quality images and illustrations, and consistent, thorough technique descriptions. ASSH Surgical Anatomy: Nerve Reconstruction, edited by Christopher J. Dy, MD, MPH and Jonathan Isaacs, MD, is the first title of the series. It.
Thieme eBooks, Reconstructive surgery of the upper extremity has progressed significantly due to advances in microsurgical techniques, which include the increased popularity of perforator flaps, refinements in functional free muscle transfer, the application of nerve conduits and nerve allografts, motor nerve transfers, and hand transplantation. Purchase Flaps in Hand and Upper Limb Reconstruction - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ,
Published: 03 February Perceived outcomes and utilization of upper extremity surgical reconstruction in individuals with tetraplegia at model spinal cord injury systemsCited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "February " Description: pages: illustrations ; 26 cm. Contents: Digital replantation / Wayne A. Morrison and David McCombe --Wrist level and proximal-upper extremity replantation / Douglas P. Hanel and Simon H. Chin --Radical debridement, free flap coverage, and immediate reconstruction of the upper extremity / Luis R.
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Flap Reconstruction of the Traumatized Upper Extremity, An Issue of Hand Clinics, E-Book (The Clinics: Orthopedics) Revised ed. Edition, Kindle EditionManufacturer: Elsevier. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: For the practising orthopaedic surgeon, this resource includes all operation techniques - both common and unusual - used in the reconstruction of the hand, wrist, elbow, forearm and shoulder.
Flap surgery of the hand and upper limb: keeping you posted. The management of patients with hand and upper-limb deficiencies is a routine task in reconstructive surgery. A multitude of conventional and microvascular flap reconstructions have been described, and it is rather difficult to keep track of them all.
This book is coming to your rescue:3/5(2). Surgical Reconstruction for Nerve Injuries. Tendon Transfers for Upper Extremity Peripheral Nerve Injuries. Brachial Plexus Palsy Reconstruction: Tendon Transfers, Osteotomies, Capsular Release, and Arthrodesis.
Nerve Transfers. PART Vascular and Lymphatic Disorders. Vascular Disorders of the Upper Extremity. Edema Format: Book. Reconstructive surgery of the upper extremity has progressed significantly due to advances in microsurgical techniques, which include the increased popularity of perforator flaps, refinements in functional free muscle transfer, the application of nerve conduits and nerve allografts, motor nerve transfers, and hand transplantation.
Reconstructive Surgery of the Hand and Upper Extremity presents a unique, color-coded roadmap for managing the complex upper extremity patient, based on a logical approach to surgical decision-making. Authors Gunter Germann, Randolph Sherman, and L. Scott Levin deliver seven systematically organized sections and 69 chapters Surgical reconstruction of the upper extremity book versatile, evidence-based guidelines and techniques.
Single-stage surgery combining nerve and tendon transfers for bilateral upper limb reconstruction in a tetraplegic patient: case report. J Hand Surg Am. ;–9. CrossRef PubMed Google ScholarAuthor: Andreas Gohritz, Istvan Turcsányi, Jan Fridén. Schottstaedt E R, Larsen L J, Bost F C The surgical reconstruction of the upper extremity paralyzed by poliomyelitis.
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery A: – CASCited by: Rehabilitation and surgical reconstruction of the upper limb in tetraplegia: An update☆.
Author links open overlay panel Vincent R. Hentz MD James House MD Charles McDowell MD Erik Moberg MDCited by: e types of upper-extremity palsy and outcomes of surgical reconstruction in patients with AFM. Methods: Eight patients with a median age at onset of years (range, to years) were identified.
There was loss of shoulder abduction and external rotation in all patients, loss of elbow flexion in 5 patients, complete or partial loss of hand function in 3 patients, and spinal accessory. Flaps in Hand and Upper Limb Reconstruction: Surgical Anatomy, Operative Techniques and Differential Therapy | Robert Hierner et al.
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Goldner, J. Leonard James H. Herndon, editor. Stamford, Connecticut: Appleton and Lange; pages. $ This multiauthored, single-volume text includes vignettes of all of the important skeletal and neuromuscular lesions affecting the upper extremity.
The principles of surgical reconstruction of the upper extremities are reviewed. In some severe cases, reconstruction will not restore the function of the affected extremities. Regardless of whether the limiting factor is the size of the injury or the overall health of the patient, primary amputation may be the best treatment.
This was a retrospective study of patients with upper-limb paralysis due to AFM who were referred to our hospital for surgical reconstruction. This study was approved by the local hospital institutional ethics committee, and written informed consent was obtained from all patients.
The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Hand And Upper Extremity Reconstruction E-Book: A Volume in the Procedures in Reconstructive Surgery Series by Kevin C. Chung Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your : The principles of surgical reconstruction of the upper extremities are reviewed.
In some severe cases, reconstruction will not restore the function of the affected extremities. Regardless of whether the limiting factor is the size of the injury or the overall health of the patient, primary amputation may.
| Reconstruction of the Tetraplegic Upper Extremity. Reconstruction of the Tetraplegic Upper Extremity. Spinal cord injuries (SCI) resulting in Tetraplegia (quadriplegia) occurs most commonly in young, healthy individuals, who are in the prime of their lives and can occur in patients of all ages without discrimination of sex, social background, and/or ethnicity and race.
Flap reconstruction is a very large part of upper extremity surgery following a traumatic injury. This issue will cover the entire process including anatomy, decision-making strategies on where to source/harvest flaps, and a large number of papers tailored to specific surgical procedures: different parts of the hand and upper extremity.
Reconstructive Surgery of the Hand and Upper Extremity 1st Edition Read & Download - By Günter Germann,L Scott Levin Reconstructive Surgery of the Hand and Upper Extremity Reconstructive surgery of the upper extremity has progressed significantly due to advances in mic - Read Online Books at Limb-sparing surgery is currently the cornerstone of treatment for most patients with soft-tissue sarcoma of the upper extremity.
To achieve the best outcome, the reconstructive surgeon must be part of a multidisciplinary team and is required to have a thorough understanding of the whole treatment by:. Operative Orthopedics of the Upper Extremity provides a one-stop resource for the treatment of injuries of the upper extremity.
It provides essential material for both certification and recertification and will prove to be invaluable to both the entry level surgeon as well as the seasoned operator.Hentz VR. Historical background and changing perspectives in surgical reconstruction of the upper limb in quadriplegia.
J Am Paraplegia Soc. Apr; 7 (2)– Hentz VR, Brown M, Keoshian LA. Upper limb reconstruction in quadriplegia: functional assessment and proposed treatment modifications.
J Hand Surg Am. Mar; 8 (2)–Cited by: 3.Reconstructive Surgery of the Hand and Upper Extremity presents a unique, color-coded roadmap for managing the complex upper extremity patient, based on a logical approach to surgical decision-making.
Authors Gunter Germann, Randolph Sherman, and L. Scott Levin deliver seven systematically organized sections and 69 chapters with versatile.