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Baxter's The Foot And Ankle In Sport. Edition No. 3

  • ID: 4659957
  • Book
  • April 2020
  • Elsevier Health Science

For specialists and non-specialists alike, returning an athlete to pre-injury performance safely and quickly is uniquely challenging. To help you address these complex issues in everyday practice, Baxter's The Foot and Ankle in Sport, 3rd Edition, provides focused, authoritative information on the examination, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of sports-related foot and ankle injuries - ideal for returning both professional and recreational athletes to full use and function.

  • Provides expert guidance on athletic evaluation, sports syndromes, anatomic disorders, orthoses and rehabilitation, and more.
  • Includes new and updated case studies and pearls for optimal use in the clinical setting.
  • Features thoroughly revised content and enhanced coverage of stress fractures, as well as metabolic consideration in athletes.
  • Includes new chapters on the disabled athlete, the military athlete, caring for the athlete as a team, foot and ankle exam, and biologics.
  • Features a new, full-color design throughout and new videos available online.
  • Shares the expertise of international contributors who provide a global perspective on sports medicine.
  • Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, videos, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
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Contributors, v Preface, xi David A. Porter and Lew Schon

SECTION 1 An Introduction to Athletic Evaluation 1 The Basic Foot and Ankle Physical Exam, 2 David A. Porter   SECTION 2 Sport Syndromes 2 Impingement Syndromes of the Ankle, 8 Michel A. Taylor and Annunziato Amendola 3 Stress Fractures: Their Causes and Principles of Treatment, 22 Christopher Kreulen, Karim Boukhemis, and Eric Giza 4 Medical and Metabolic Considerations in Athletes With Stress Fractures, 30 Elliott N. Schwartz 5 Problematic Stress Fractures of the Foot and Ankle, 95 Christopher E. Gross and James A. Nunley 6 Ankle and Midfoot Fractures and Dislocations, 105 William C. McGarvey and Michael C. Greaser 7 Midfoot Fractures and Dislocations, 125 William McGarvey and J. Chris Coetzee 8 Rupture of the Anterior Tibial and Peroneal Tendons, 144 Mark S. Myerson and Shuyuan Li Peroneal Tendon Dislocation and Subluxation, 156 David A. Porter 9 Achilles Tendon Disorders Including Tendinosis and Tears, 163 Thomas O. Clanton and Lew C. Schon 10 Posterior Tibialis Tendon Injury in the Athlete, 206 Kenneth J. Hunt 11 Functional Nerve Disorders and Plantar Heel Pain, 224 David A. Porter 12 Arthritic, Metabolic, and Vascular Disorders, 230 Gregory Rowdon and David Taylor 13 Dermatologic, Infectious, and Nail Disorders, 239 Andrew M. Tucker

SECTION 3 Anatomic Disorders in Sports 14 Nonsurgical Treatment of Acute and Chronic Ankle Instability, 247 Mary Hastings, Devon Nixon, and Jeremy McCormick 15 Ankle Sprains, Ankle Instability, and Syndesmosis Injuries, 255 Thomas O. Clanton 16 Osteochondral Lesions and Occult Fractures of the Foot and Ankle, 275 Richard D. Ferkel 17 Disorders of the Subtalar Joint, Including Subtalar Sprains and Tarsal Coalitions, 312 Gregory P. Guyton 18 Diagnostic and Operative Ankle and Subtalar Joint Arthroscopy, 326 C. Niek. van Dijk, Peter A. de Leeuw, Rover Krips, and Pim van Dijk 19 Foot and Ankle Endoscopy, 349 Cristian A. Ortiz Sr., Emilio Wagner, and Nathaly Caicedo Cruz 20 Lesser Toe Disorders, 368 Jim Jastifer 21 Great-Toe Disorders, 390 Robert B. Anderson and Scott B. Shawen 22 Bunions in the Elite Athlete: The Philosophy and Principles, 411 Don Baxter 23 Chronic Leg Pain, 416 Adam M. Huff, Jonathan P. Smerek, Peter Edwards, and Peter Maurus   SECTION 4 Unique and Exceptional Problems in Sports 24 Dance Injuries and Rehabilitation Back to Dance, 436 Martin O'Malley 25 An International Perspective on the Foot and Ankle in Sports, 454 Lew C. Schon An International Perspective on the Foot and Ankle in Sports: BRAZIL, 455 Lucas Fonseca, Pedro Augusto Pontin, Gustavo Damasio Magliocca Sr., Gustavo Gonçalves Arliani Sr., Andrew Roney, Joaquim Grava, and Cesar de Cesar Netto An International Perspective on the Foot and Ankle in Sports: CHILE, 460 Gonzalo F. Bastias and Felipe Andres Chaparro An International Perspective on the Foot and Ankle in Sports: CHINA, 463 ?? Zhu and Xiangyang Xu An International Perspective on the Foot and Ankle in Sports: COLOMBIA, 465 Juan Pedro Kalb and Carlos Enrique Ramirez An International Perspective on the Foot and Ankle in Sports: EGYPT, 468 Mostafa M. Abousayed, Ahmed Khedr, and Amgad M. Haleem An International Perspective on the Foot and Ankle in Sports: INDIA, 472 Rajiv Sumanlal Shah, Dave Himanshu Malhar, and Nikesh Shah An International Perspective on the Foot and Ankle in Sports: IRAN, 474 Alireza Mousavian An International Perspective on the Foot and Ankle in Sports: JAPAN, 475 Yasuhito Tanaka An International Perspective on the Foot and Ankle in Sports: MEXICO, 479 Elias Hermida and Luis Felipe Hermida An International Perspective on the Foot and Ankle in Sports: SOUTH AFRICA, 481 Adriaan van Zyl An International Perspective on the Foot and Ankle in Sports: THAILAND, 483 Apisan Chinanuvathana, Jakrapong Orapin, LCDR. Apiporn Garnjanagoonchorn, and Wisutthinee Thueakthong An International Perspective on the Foot and Ankle in Sports: UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, 486 Moosa Kazim An International Perspective on the Foot and Ankle in Sports: VENEZUELA, 488 Gabriel E. Khazen and Cesar Khazen 26 The Military Athlete, 497 Scott B. Shawen 27 Pediatric Problems and Rehabilitation Geared to the Young Athlete, 503 Walter Klyce and R. Jay Lee 28 Unique Considerations for Foot and Ankle Injuries in the Female Athlete, 516 Lara Atwater and Rebecca Cerrato

SECTION 5 New Advances and Augmentations in the Foot and Ankle 29 Orthobiologics in Foot and Ankle Surgery, 523 Lew C. Schon, David Karle, Robert B. Anderson, and Zijun Zhang

SECTION 6 Rehabilitation and Recovery: Principles, Collaboration, and Teamwork 30 Rehabilitation of Specific Foot and Ankle Issues, 542 Norman E. Waldrop III 31 Principles of Rehabilitation for the Foot and Ankle, 555 Erin Richard Barill, Debbie Carroll, and David A. Porter 32 The Team in the Care of the Athlete, 576 David A. Porter Index, 583

Video TOC

CHAPTER 1: The Basic Foot and Ankle Physical Exam 1-1 General Complete Physical Exam of the Foot and Ankle 1-2 Mini C-arm Evaluation for Turf Toe 1-3 Mini C-arm Evaluation of the Syndesmosis 1-4 Mini C-arm Evaluation of the Os Trigonum 1-5 Mini C-arm Evaluation of an Apophyseal Nonuninon of the 5th Metatarsal 1-6 Ultrasound Evaluation for Base 5th Metatarsal Fracture 1-7 Ultrasound Evaluation for Anterior Tibial Tendon Pathology 1-8 Ultrasound Evaluation for Achilles Tendon Tendinopathy 1-9 Ultrasound Evaluation for Achilles Tendon Partial Tear 1-10 Ultrasound Evaluation for Dislocating Peroneal Tendon 1-11 Ultrasound Evaluation for Intrasheath Peroneal Tendon 1-12 Ultrasound Evaluation of Posterior Tibial Tendon Tear 1-13 Ultrasound Evaluation of the Plantar Fascia 1-14 Ultrasound Evaluation of the Peroneal Tendons 1-15 Ultrasound Evaluation of the Peroneal Muscles 1-16 Ultrasound Evaluation of the Plantar Foot for Neuroma

CHAPTER 2: Impingement Syndromes of the Ankle 2-1 Posterior Ankle Arthroscopy for Evaluation of Flexor Hallucis Longus Tendon and Os Trigonum 2-2 Posterior Ankle Arthroscopy for Resection of Posterior Process Talus

CHAPTER 7: Midfoot Fractures and Dislocations 7-1 Clinical Evaluation for Midfoot and Lisfranc Instability 7-2 Radiographic Demonstration of Midfoot Instability

CHAPTER 8: Rupture of the Anterior Tibial and Peroneal Tendons 8-1 Clinical Evaluation for Peroneal Tendon Dislocation

CHAPTER 9: Achilles Tendon Disorders Including Tendinopathies and Ruptures 9-1 The Thompson Test for Evaluation of Acute Achilles Rupture

CHAPTER 14: Nonsurgical Treatment of Acute and Chronic Ankle Instability 14-1 Clinical and Radiographic Evaluation of Lateral Ankle Instability

CHAPTER 24: Foot and Ankle Injuries in Dancers 24-1 About Dance Smart 24-2 Airplane Test 24-3 Example of modern dance 24-4 Example of musical theater dance 24-5 Example of newer dance form example blend of jazz/ hip hop/house/street styles 24-6 Jete 24-7 Neural Mobility 24-8 P to TO Yard Stick Test 24-9 Pirouette 24-10 Plie Passe 24-11 Plie 24-12 ROM?Beighton Scale 24-13 ROM?hip rotation 24-14 SauteTest 24-15 Stability?Hip 24-16 Stability?Toes 24-17 Stability Core 24-18 Tendu 24-19 Torsion?Hip Knee 24-20 Triple Hop

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David A. Porter Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Practice, Methodist Sports Medicine Center, Indianapolis, IN.

Lew C. Schon Director, Foot & Ankle Services, Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, MD.
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