Intraarticular Fractures

One in six fractures presenting at an emergency department represents a distal
radius fracture (Court-Brown and Caesar 2006). While many of these fractures
can be treated safely and effectively with nonsurgical methods, intra-articular
distal ...

Intraarticular Fractures

Author: Mahmut Nedim Doral

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319976028

Page: 432

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This superbly illustrated book is a comprehensive and detailed guide to the contemporary arthroscopic management of intraarticular fractures. The opening section addresses a variety of basic aspects and key issues, including the difficulties posed by intraarticular fractures, principles of fixation, cartilage healing, and rehabilitation. The minimally invasive surgical techniques appropriate to individual types of fracture are then fully described and depicted, covering fractures of the shoulder and elbow, wrist, pelvis and hip, knee, and ankle. Guidance is also provided on avoidance and management of complications and rehabilitation. The closing section addresses relevant miscellaneous issues, including arthroscopic management of temporomandibular joint fractures and extended indications for endoscopy-assisted fracture fixation. This volume will be of value for both trainee and experienced surgeons when treating patients with these complex fractures.

Mastering Orthopedic Techniques Intra Articular Fractures

Part of the Mastering Orthopedic Techniques series, this comprehensive manual is a complete guide to the surgical management of intra-articular fractures.

Mastering Orthopedic Techniques  Intra Articular Fractures

Author: Rajesh Malhotra

Publisher: JP Medical Ltd

ISBN: 8184488955

Page: 526

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Intra-articular fractures occur on the surface of a bone that meets a joint with another bone. They are more serious than fractures that do not involve a joint space because they are associated with much greater incidence of long-term complications (MediVisuals Inc). Part of the Mastering Orthopedic Techniques series, this comprehensive manual is a complete guide to the surgical management of intra-articular fractures. Beginning with an introduction providing an overview of articular fractures, the following chapters provide a ‘how to’ style commentary, joint by joint and by fracture type. Each chapter provides an understanding of different injuries, practical classifications, challenges in diagnosis and the reasons why one surgical option may be more appropriate than another for a particular fracture type. Each surgical option is described in detail with drawings, clinical photos, surgical techniques, equipment needed, tricks and techniques for reduction and fixation, and an overview of postoperative management, complications and results. Key points Comprehensive guide to surgical management of intra-articular fractures Provides ‘how to’ style commentary by joint and fracture type Includes nearly 1200 full colour drawings and clinical photos Written by an internationally recognised editor and author team from Europe, the US and Asia

Cumulated Index Medicus

Open reposition and Acta Orthop Belg 1993 ; 59 ( 2 ) : 222-4 Hip fractures in two
health care regions in Finland in 1989 ... Osteosynthesis of subcapital humerus
fracture with Bicondylar intraarticular fractures of the distal humerus in Mäkelä EA
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Fractures of the Distal Radius

A volar approach is reserved for the occasional volar displaced , intra - articular
fractures that would fit into the Smith ... not only for the more common Colles -
type fracture , but , more importantly , for classification of intraarticular fractures .

Fractures of the Distal Radius

Author: Philippe Saffar

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

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Fractures of the Foot and Ankle

Crosby LA , Fitzgibbons T : Computerized tomography scanning of acute intra -
articular fractures of the calcaneus : a new ... Sanders R , Fortin P , DiPasquale T
, et al : Operative treatment in 120 displaced intraarticular calcaneal fractures ...

Fractures of the Foot and Ankle

Author: George Gumann

Publisher: Saunders

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Page: 427

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Over 500 illustrations demonstrate types of fractures, surgical approaches and operative techniques. Serves as a definitive reference on foot and ankle fractures and covers all common fractures as well as their variations. Provides comprehensive discussions of fracture fixation principles and techniques, complications of foot and ankle fractures, and more.

Proceedings

Intraarticular fractures most commonly involve the carpus and fetlock of the
racehorse . of the fractures occurring , chip fragments that are treated by surgical
removal the common entity . These various fractures will now be discussed , are
are ...

Proceedings

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Fractures

Unstable , high - energy , comminuted fractures of the distal radius can be very
effectively managed with the use of external fixation . Where excessive residual
dorsal angulation or depression of intraarticular fragments represents an ...

Fractures

Author: Donald A. Wiss

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

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Page: 742

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This new volume of the prestigious Master Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery series presents the most advanced and successful surgical techniques for treatment of fractures of the upper extremity, lower extremity, pelvis, and acetabulum. The book is written by the leading surgeons, who discuss each surgical procedure as if they were working side by side with the reader--explaining the indications and rationale for the procedure, giving step-by-step instructions on technique, identifying pitfalls and potential complications, and offering valuable tips for improving surgical results. This volume is thoroughly illustrated with full-color intraoperative photographs, as well as drawings by a noted medical illustrator.

Continuous Passive Motion CPM

free motion with preservation of articular symmetry and cartilage space .
including intra - articular fractures , beginning the ... For intraarticular
supracondylar fractures of the humerus , Schatzker and Tile ( 1 ) report that We
have made use of ...

Continuous Passive Motion  CPM

Author: Robert Bruce Salter

Publisher: Baltimore : Williams & Wilkins

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Page: 419

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Atlas of Wrist and Hand Fractures

CHAPTER CHAPTER 1 0 For proper evaluation of intraarticular fractures ,
multiple good quality roentgenographs centered precisely at the frac - ture site
are often necessary . Trauma to an articular surface , particularly if a displaced
fracture is ...

Atlas of Wrist and Hand Fractures

Author: Sigurd Carl Sandzén

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The Language of Fractures

Intraarticular Fractures Intraarticular fractures are those in which the fracture line
extends into and involves the subtalar joint . These fractures may range from a
single fracture line to ones with marked comminution . The shape of the superior
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The Language of Fractures

Author: Robert Jordan Schultz

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Foot Ankle International

Benirschke , SK ; Sangeorzan , BJ : Extensive intraarticular fractures of the foot .
Surgical ... Buckley , R ; Meek , R : Comparison of open versus closed reduction
of intra - articular calcaneal fractures : A matched cohort in workmen . J. Orthop .

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The Journal of Hand Surgery

In contrast , the treatment of isolated intraarticular fractures of the base of the fifth
metacarpal remains controversial . Although many scattered case reports exist ,
only four studies include more than ten cases and these recommended a variety
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The Journal of Hand Surgery

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Current Practice in Foot and Ankle Surgery

Type I fractures are not subcategorized into low- and high - energy injuries
because most , if not all , nondisplaced intraarticular fractures are due to low -
energy mechanisms of injury . Type II fractures are split into two subgroups .
Subgroup A ...

Current Practice in Foot and Ankle Surgery

Author: Glenn B. Pfeffer

Publisher: McGraw-Hill

ISBN: 9780070497993

Page: 352

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This is the second volume of an annual series presenting the latest and most important advances in foot and ankle surgery. Topics covered in this volume include: the diabetic foot; imaging of the foot and ankle; pilon fractures; talus fractures; plantar keratoses; nerve entrapments; posterior tibial tendon pathology; hallux limitus and sesamoid pathology; lesser toes and bunionettes; orthoses; compartment syndromes; osteochondral lesions of the talus; paediatrics; the rheumatoid foot; ankle fusions; and salvage of the failed bunion.

Musculoskeletal Imaging

27 B Findings : ( A ) Case A : lateral radiograph shows comminuted intraarticular
fracture of the calcaneus , with ... Discussion : Intraarticular fractures of the
calcaneus result from an axial load , with the calcaneus driven upward into the
talus .

Musculoskeletal Imaging

Author: Felix S. Chew

Publisher: Williams & Wilkins

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Page: 644

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his volume of the popular Teaching File Series presents 429 musculoskeletal imaging cases culled from the teaching files of leading medical centers. The format replicates the learning experience of sitting at the viewbox with an expert consultant, honing your diagnostic reasoning skills. All cases are presented as unknowns in a consistent format--a brief clinical history, one or more images, a description of the findings, the diagnosis, and a discussion. Discussions reflect those that typically occur between radiologic consultant and clinician or between faculty member and resident. Organized by anatomic region, the case collection encompasses all imaging modalities, including radiography, CT, MRI, nuclear imaging, and sonography. Coverage includes all categories of musculoskeletal disease--trauma, tumors, joint disease, endocrine and metabolic bone disease, infections, congenital and developmental conditions, and musculoskeletal manifestations of systemic disease.

Beasley s Surgery of the Hand

Bennett ' s fracture is a small intraarticular avulsion fracture at the attachment of
the first metacarpocarpal ligament . As with all intraarticular fractures , accurate
reduction should be sought . With acute injuries , this usually can be
accomplished ...

Beasley s Surgery of the Hand

Author: Robert W. Beasley

Publisher: Thieme Medical Publishers

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Page: 531

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Electronic book available in pdf format.

The Wrist and Its Disorders

Recognition of fracture instability and irreducibility based on the radiographic
evaluation of fragment comminution and ... Axelrod TS , McMurtry RY : Open
reduction and internal fixation of comminuted , intraarticular fractures of the distal
radius ...

The Wrist and Its Disorders

Author: David M. Lichtman

Publisher: W B Saunders Company

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Page: 738

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The extensively revised edition of this excellent reference places increased emphasis on surgical techniques, rehabilitation, and preoperative work-up. Serves as a complete guide to the evaluation, diagnosis, and management of wrist problems. Features expanded sections on mid-carpal instability, triquetrolunate instability, wrist arthroscopy, disorders of the wrist in children, and rehabilitation. Presents the latest information on scapholunate instability, Kienbock's disease, and disorders of the TFCC and DRUJ, as well as state-of-the-art coverage of arthroscopy, arthroplasty, and other contemporary surgical techniques. Features a whole new section on physical therapy of the wrist. New chapters on wrist imaging (MRI), distal radius malunion, occupational and sports injuries, wrist arthrodesis. Offers expanded coverage of pediatric wrist problems, preoperative workup, surgical technique, and much more. Contains over 875 superb illustrations to facilitate the visualization of disorders, biomechanical concepts, and surgical techniques. Organizes material within a coordinated, integrated framework to foster a meaningful understanding of the information.

Fracture Healing

Development of surgical techniques for difficult intraarticular fractures :
acetabulum , shoulder by atraumatic surgery , and early and active immobilijoint ,
knee joint , ankle joint , and spine zation of muscles and joint adjacent to the
fracture , 6.

Fracture Healing

Author: Joseph M. Lane

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Page: 284

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