This issue of Orthpedic Clinics will focus on infection. This issue will include articles on: Charcot Arthropathy versus Osteomyelitis: Evaluation and Management; Physical function, and physical activity in obese adults after total knee arthoplasty; DVT and PE Considerations in Orthopaedic Surgery; The Impact of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy on Orthopaedic Infection; Role of Systemic and Local Antibiotics in the Treatment of Open Fractures; Acute Hematogenous Osteomyelitis in Children; and many more!
This issue will cover everything from various therapies to alleviate symptoms or help patients learn to cope to regain normal function of their hand/or upper extremity and resume daily activities, to mechanism/anatomy and outcomes and measurement of pain.
The Disease Etiology, Epidemiology, Pathophysiology, Classifications, and Natural Evolution of Perthes Disease, Imaging for Perthes Disease, Prognostic Factors and Outcome Measures Section II - Treatment Early in the Course of the Disease (Onset to the Early Fragmentation Stage) Principles of Containment Treatment Aimed at Preventing Femoral Head Deformation in Perthes Disease Containment Section III - Treatment Late in the Course of the Disease (Late Fragmentation Stage to Early Reconstitution Stage Principles of Treatment in the Late Stages of Perthes Disease Valgus Osteotomy for Hinge Abduction Shelf and/or Reduction and Containment Surgery, Articulated Distraction Section IV- Treatment After Complete Healing of Perthes Disease Principles of Treatment of the Sequelae of Perthes Disease, Treatment of Coxa Brevis, Re-Shaping the Deformed Femoral Head, Treatment of Femoro-Acetabular Impingement, Resurfacing and THRA Section V- Newer Treatment Options Bisphosphonates, Core Decompression Professor of Orthopaedics, Kasturba Medical College, MANIPAL, Karnataka State, INDIA Head of Paediatric Orthopaedic Service
The History and Evolution of Hand Transplantation, World Experience After More Than a Decade of Clinical Hand Transplantation, How to Establish a Hand Transplant Program, Recipient Selection - Who is the Right Candidate for Hand Transplantation? Donor-related Issues in Hand Transplantation, Surgical and Technical Aspects of Hand Transplantation - Is it Just Another Replant? Functional Outcome After Hand Transplantation - What can be Achieved? Strategies to Enhance Nerve Regeneration, Immunosuppressive Protocols and Immunological Challenges Related to Hand Transplantation, Acute and Chronic Rejection in Hand Transplantation - What have we Learned? Favoring the Risk Benefit Balance for Hand Transplantation - The Pittsburgh Approach Ethical, Financial and Policy Considerations of Hand Transplantation Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Rheumatoid Arthritis, Post Traumatic and Osteoarthritis, Hemophilic Arthritis, Arthroscopic Debridement, Open Debridement, Linked Total Elbow Arthroplasty, Unlinked Total Elbow Arthroplasty, Hemi Arthroplasty of the Humerus vs Capitocondylar, Interposition Arthroplasty/Resection Arthroplasty/Distraction Arthroplasty, Elbow Fusion
This issue of Hand Clinics will cover the basics for common fractures throughout the hand, as well as an anatomical review, and tips for open fractures, pediatrics, rehabilitation, and complications. It is a much-needed collection of information that will serve Hand Clinics and its inclusion to Clinical Key well.
This issue of Orthopedic Clinics will focus on the most common complications that arise in orthopedic surgery. Articles to be included will cover pediatrics, trauma, upper extremity, adult reconstrucion, and foot and ankle.
This issue of Orthopedic Clinics will focus on orthopedic urgencies and emergencies. Articles to be included will cover pediatrics, trauma, upper extremity, adult reconstrucion, and foot and ankle.
This issue of Orthopedic Clinics will focus on sports-related injuries. Articles to be included will cover pediatrics, trauma, upper extremity, adult reconstrucion, and foot and ankle.
This Clinics issue will encompass the following topics pertaining to articular cartilage:structure, biochemistry, biomechanics, function, injury, degeneration, repair, cartilage-engineering strategies, and other treatment options. The Hopital for Sick Children, University of Toronto