Trauma and Orthopaedics at a Glance
May 2015, ©2015, Wiley-Blackwell
Trauma and Orthopaedics at a Glance:
• Provides thorough coverage of diagnosis, investigation and contemporary treatment options of commonly encountered orthopaedic conditions;
• Features a section on what to expect as a Foundation doctor in orthopaedics, including how to present cases in trauma meetings, essential information to survive ‘on-call’ shifts and tips for efficient clerking of trauma admissions;
• Unique ‘how to’ section, comprising guidance on key practical procedures such as aspirating joints, manipulating fractures and applying plaster casts.
• Includes a companion website at ataglanceseries.com/tando featuring 120 multiple-choice questions and 10 case studies
This brand new title presents an overview of all the information relating to diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal conditions, and is ideal while on rotation or revising key concepts.
How to use your revision guide ix
About the companion website x
Part 1 Basic sciences1
1 Musculoskeletal tissues 2
2 Bone metabolism4
3 Osteoarthritis 6
4 Rheumatoid arthritis 8
5 Imaging in orthopaedics: Xrays 10
6 Imaging in orthopaedics: other modalities 12
8 Clinical anatomy of the upper limb 16
9 Clinical anatomy of the lower limb19
10 Clinical anatomy of the spine 22
11 Examination of the upper limb24
12 Examination of the lower limb26
13 Examination of the spine28
14 The brachial plexus30
Part 2 Adult orthopaedics33
15 Shoulder 1 34
16 Shoulder 236
18 Wrist and hand 1 40
19 Wrist and hand 242
20 Wrist and hand 344
22 Hip replacement48
23 Knee 150
24 Knee 252
25 Foot and ankle 54
27 Tumours 58
28 Rehabilitation 60
Part 3 Paediatric orthopaedics 63
29 Developmental dysplasia of hip (DDH) 64
30 Other paediatric hip conditions66
31 Paediatric spinal disorders68
32 Paediatric foot conditions70
33 Neuromuscular conditions72
34 Lower limb alignment74
Part 4 Trauma 77
35 General principles 1 78
36 General principles 280
37 Advanced trauma life support (ATLS) 82
38 Upper limb trauma 1 84
39 Upper limb trauma 286
40 Upper limb trauma 388
41 Lower limb trauma 190
42 Lower limb trauma 292
43 Lower limb trauma 394
44 Proximal femoral fracture 196
45 Proximal femoral fracture 298
46 Cervical spine trauma100
47 Thoracolumbar spine trauma 102
48 Trauma in children 1104
49 Trauma in children 2106
50 Compartment syndrome108
51 Nonunion and malunion110
Part 5 Working as a junior doctor in orthopaedics113
52 Being an orthopaedic F2114
53 Assessment of patients116
54 The operating theatre118
Part 6 Practical procedures121
55 Practical procedures 1122
56 Practical procedures 2124
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