In diesem Buch präsentieren 38 renommierte Orthopäden 38 beeindruckende Langzeitverläufe in der operativen Orthopädie und Unfallchirurgie: · Das Nicht-Kennen-Wollen unserer Langzeitresultate ist wie das Verdrängen unseres eigenen beruflichen Werdeganges. · Aus der Langzeitdokumentation holen wir unsere Sicherheit, dem medizinisch-industriellen Komplex mit all seinen kurzlebigen technischen Neuerungen gegenüber kritisch zu sein. · Das Erarbeiten von Langzeitresultaten manifestiert die hohe Eigenverantwortung, die wir unseren Patienten gegenüber haben. Ein Plädoyer für mehr Engagement bei Archivierung und Analyse von Langzeitverläufen! Dr. med. Rainer-Peter Meyer, Orthopädie Obere Extremität, Schulthess Klinik, Zürich, Schweiz Dr. med. Hans-Kaspar Schwyzer, Orthopädie Obere Extremität, Schulthess Klinik, Zürich, Schweiz PD Dr. med. Beat René Simmen, Endoclinic, Klinik Hirslanden, Zürich, Schweiz
Long Term Results of BHR and Lessons Learned, Effect of Patient Selection and Surgical Techniques on Outcome Results of Conserve Plus, Results and Use of Mono Block Cups (Thick vs Thin), Changes in High Activity After Resurfacing, Incidence and Prevention of Complications for Resurfacing, A Survey of Incidence of Pseudotumors with MOM Hip Resurfacing in Canadian Academic Centers, Effects of Component Orientation, Coverage, and Design on Ion Levels and ALTR After Hip Resurfacing: A Multi-Center Study, Imaging and In Vivo Validation of MARS MRI After Hip Resurfacing, Histological Features of Femoral Hip Resurfacing with Neck Narrowing, Risk Factors and Affects on Incidence on Pseudotumors, Promising New Techniques for Hip Resurfacing, Comparison of Functional Results of Hip Resurfacing and Total Hip Replacement, Indications, Techniques, and Results of Revision of Hip Resurfacing, Comparison of Cemented and Cementless Hip Resurfacing- A 2-5 year Follow-up
Primary care physicians are increasingly called upon to identify and manage complex musculoskeletal issues in their patients. This second edition of Common Musculoskeletal Problems in Primary Care: A Handbook is an excellent point of care resource for health care providers to better diagnose and treat patients presenting with common musculoskeletal complaints. Each chapter in this book focuses on a specific joint or region and discusses anatomy, red flags, approach to the patient, common clinical presentations and management, and includes a flow diagram to help direct management and follow-up of a patients problem. A number of important updates in the field have been addressed in this revised version, most notably the inclusion of information on meaningful use. Meaningful Use legislation requires that healthcare providers give documentation on diagnosis and treatment to every patient at the time of their evaluation and as such, each chapter of this revised edition includes patient instructions and education sections for clinicians. Updated algorithms and physical examination sheets are provided and are formatted to easily fit into an electronic medical record. Featuring a user-friendly approach and step-by-step guidelines for managing a number of common musculoskeletal conditions, this handbook is an ideal reference for medical students, primary care residents and practicing primary care providers alike. James M. Daniels, MD, MPH Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine and Orthopedic Surgery Vice Chair, Department of Family and Community Medicine Director, SIU Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship Southern Illinois University School of Medicine Springfield, IL, USA.
This richly illustrated book, in an extensively revised new edition, provides a comprehensive survey of the role of medical imaging studies in the detection, staging, grading, tissue characterization, and post-treatment follow-up of soft tissue tumors. The indications for and relative merits of various imaging modalities are fully described, with particular emphasis on the role of advanced MRI techniques that can improve diagnostic accuracy and evaluation of treatment response. The most recent version of the WHO Classification of Soft Tissue Tumors is introduced, and individual chapters are devoted to imaging of each of the tumor groups in that classification as well as other soft tissue masses. Numerous new illustrations of both common and rare tumors are included, providing a rich pictorial database of soft tissue masses. In addition, imaging findings are correlated with clinical, epidemiologic, and histologic data. Imaging of Soft Tissue Tumors will be of value in daily practice not only for radiologists but also for orthopedic surgeons, oncologists, and pathologists. Prof.Dr. Filip M. Vanhoenacker , Dept. of Radiology, University Hospital Antwerp, Belgium Prof. Dr. Paul M Parizel , Edegem, Belgium Prof. Dr. Jan Gielen , Dept. of Radiology, University Hospital Antwerp, Belgium