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  • 作者:MDFreddieH.Fu(作者),MDJonathanB.Ticker(作者),MDAndreasB.Imhoff(作者)
  • 出版社:科学出版社;第1版(2000年9月1日)
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    《肩关节外科手术图谱(英文影印版)》由科学出版社出版。

    目录

    Contributors
    Preface
    Acknowledgments
    I Instability:Open Techniques
    1 The selective capsular shift for anterior glen humeral instability Jonathan B Ticker and Jon J P Warner
    2 CapsulolabraI reconstruction for anterior glen humeral instability
    Neal S EIAttrache,Jeffrey B Mulholland,and Patrick J McMahon
    3 The Glenwood-based capsular shift for anterior and posterior glen humeral instability Answers A Allen,Steven J O'Brien,and Stephen Fealty
    4 The humorous-based capsular shift for posterior glen humeral instability
    Timothy P Cord and Ira Manning Parsons
    5 Osteotomy and bone block techniques for posterior glen humeral instability Christopher Levine and Gilles Welch
    6 The coracoids transfer(Bristow procedure) for anterior glen humeral instability Kenneth E Delavan,Michael P Banes,and Peter G Pallor
    II Instability:Arthroscopic Techniques
    7 Arthroscopic treatment of posttraumatic Unidirectional anterior glen humeral instability David N M Coburn,Michael Coen William P Urban,and Darren L Johnson
    8 Transgenic arthroscopic techniques and suture anchor repair for anterior glen humeral instability Michael Palmary and Craig D Morgan
    9 Extra-particular arthroscopic repair for anterior glen humeral instability Garnet Sterner,Andreas Hamburger,and Herbert Reach
    10 Arthroscopic treatment of SLAP Lesions
    Scott E Rahall and Stephen J Snyder
    11 Arthroscopic treatment of SLAP lesions:transacromial approach
    Karl Glosser,Markus Webmaster,and Herbert Reach
    III Rotator Cuff Pathology:Open Techniques
    12 Open acromioplasty and sub cordial decompression
    Hiroaki Fukuda,Kazoos Hamada,and Mari Yamada
    13 Open rotator cuff repair
    John J Brews
    14 Open rotator cuff repair
    James M Hill and Tom R Norris
    15 Open treatment of biceps tears Kerry R Schulte and Christopher D Harmer IV Rotator Cuff Pathology:Arthroscopic Techniques
    16 Earth recopy sub armorial decompression
    Todd M Swenson and Freddie H Fu
    17 Arthroscopic decompression of calcium deposits
    Andreas B Inhofe
    18 Arthroscopic rotator cuff repair Eugene M Wolf
    19 Arty roscopic-assisted rotator cuff repair
    Loel Z Payne and David W Alt hek
    20 Limited open rotator cuff repair David S Morrison and Scott R Jacobson
    V Arthroplasty and Arthrodesis
    21 Arthroplasty of the proximal humorous
    Roger J H Emery
    22 Glenwood resurfacing and arthroplasty of the glenoid
    John M Imamura and Wayne Z Burkhead,Jr
    23 Arthrodesis of the glen humeral joint
    Robin R Richards
    VI Proximal Homeruns and Scapula Fractures
    24 Two-part proximal humorous fracture res Frances Cuomo
    25 Three-part proximal homers fractures:Ender nail fixation
    Louis U Belgian,Evan L Flatwork,Roger G Pollock,and Robert H Wilson
    26 Three-part proximal homeruns fractures:wire and plate fixation
    Nicholas Wicker and Carl J Wirth
    27 Four-part proximal humorous fractures
    Michel Man sat,Yves Bellmore,and Pierre Man sat
    28 Scapula fractures:surgical principles and treatment Thomas P GOSS and Brian D Busconi
    VII Acromioclavicular Joint,SternocIavicuIar Joint,and Clavicle
    29 Open acromioclavicular joint and distaI clavicle excision George M M
    luskey III 30 Arthroscopic acromioclavicular joint and distal clavicle resection Frank A Comdisco
    31 AcromioclavicuIar joint dislocation
    Andrew S Rokito,Joseph D Zuckerman,and Frances Cuomo
    32 StemocIavicular ioint resection and stabilization procedures Kirk L Jensen,Michael A Wirth,and Charles A Rockwood,Jr
    33 Midshaft clavicle fractures and non-Unions
    Gerard R Williams,Jr,and Matthew L Ramsey
    Index

    序言

    Shoulder surgery has progressed most rapidly over the past 25 years Writh our ability to better understand the clinical problems of the shoulder, what used to be alimented number of successful operations in shoulder surgery has evolved into a wide variety of surgical techniques. Several innovations have expanded the application of open surgical techniques. while technological advances have provided the surgeon with thrall tentative-and often preferred-techniques of arthroscopic surgery.
      With this growth comes the need to communica tetitese developments in an accurate and understandable fashion. This Atlas is intended to provide readers with the necessary tools to apply the techniques of modem shoulder surgery Within the 33 chapters,primary surgical procedures,as well as revision and salvage alternatives,are clearly described. Our goal was to concentrate on the details of the most commonly indicated techniques for the shoulder, swell as most of the less common procedures. The contributors,with an international perspective,have accomplished this by providing detailed,yet focused,chapters concentrating on the surgical techniques.
      This Atlas is divided into sections addressing in stability, rotator cuff pathology arthroplasty and authored—sis,proximal hummers and scapula fractures,and the clavicle and its articulations. Both open and arthroscopic techniques are well represented with the most current and established methods. Within each section,a variety of techniques are often provided for similar indications to allow readers to decide which technique-or combination of techniques-they are most comfortable using. The drawn illustrations,as well as the photographic images,are an essential component to complement the step-by-step descriptions of the techniques in each chapter In addition to the surgical techniques,each chapter includes an introduction,adscription of the surgical principles and postoperative protocols,and references for further study.
      We hope that this Atlas will serve as an invaluable resource for both the novice and the accomplished shoulder surgeon on the fundamentals and the more advanced concepts 0f shoulder surgery. One is never too experienced to learn new techniques or pick pupa few tricks or pearls。from others. We also recognize that an operation completed to perfection will only be successful if the indications. preparation and rehabilitation are performed correctly, and that a clear understanding of the anatomy, biomechanics and basic science concepts is essential We encourage readers to continue their pursuit of knowledge in all aspects of the shoulder.

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      These elective capsular shift for anterior glen humeral instability
      The selective capsular shift is a procedure designed to address pathology encountered for traumatic or traumatic glen humeral instability that is primarily in the anterior direction(Warner et al 1995).It is indicated in those patients who have failed no operative intervention and whose instability is not amenable to arthroscopic treatment Sub scapularismuscle procedures,soft tissue transfer procedures,bone block techniques,and set-to miles have been recommended in the Dast to address glenohumeralins tabilit Tand may still have a roll in failed or unusualcases.However,thc benefits of a reconstruction that directIv addresses the soft tissue pathology in anterior glen humeral instability are being increasingly recognized(Rowe et al 1978,Neer and Foster1980,Need et al 1985,Thomas and Matson 1989,Althea et al 1991,Jobe et al 1991,Bigliani et al 1994,Warner et al 1995), Therefore it is desirable to have a procedure that allows the surgeon to address the spectrum of anterior instability, abnormal capsular laxity with or without labial pathology, while restoring function. The selective capsular shift technique. which employs a humors based capsular incision and repair, achieves these goals(Warner et al 1995).This technique is a modification of the capsular shift procedure described by Sneer finer and Foster 1980,Sneer et al 1985)and Giuliani et al(1994),yet offers potential advantages when the operation has progressed to the stage of capsular repair by limiting the extent of the capsular shift in order to restore normal capsular anatomy. Experimental studies have demonstrated the characteristics and importance of the inferior gluon-humeral ligament as the primary static stabilizer against anterior inferior translation of the humeral head which the arm is abducted and externally rotated. and the ligament is placed under significant tension(Turkey et al 1981 Now et al 1993 Warmer 1993a,Ticker et al 1 996a).Conversely, the superior and middle glen humeral ligaments function to restrict anterior inferior translation when the arm is adducted and externally rotated,and are in maximal tension in this arm position(Warner 1993a).With this in mind. repair of both the inferior and superior capsular flaps is performed with the arm in positions closer to the end ranges of motion to achieve static’s stability yet avoid over-tightening or under-tightening the capsule The capsule tensioned in this man nerveless to preserve normal glen humeral rotation and to prevent loss of external rotation Additionally the procedure as described below can be performed by two operating surgeons,employs a cosmetic axtuaryincision,and uses nonmetallic suture anchors to complete the capsular repair, as well as a labial repair if indicated.