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Distal Radius Fractures. Evidence-Based Management

  • ID: 5204090
  • Book
  • April 2021
  • 384 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
Edited and authored by leading international experts, Distal Radius Fractures: Evidence-Based Management provides a state-of-the-art overview of diagnosis and management based on today's best practices. Each chapter focuses on one key issue, offering a challenging case and then questioning the reader in an engaging fashion to provide the best available evidence on each topic. Practical and easy to read, this innovative text is a useful resource for all residents, physicians and surgeons who manage fractures.
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Section 1: Introduction

Chapter 1: Principles of Evidence-Based Management of Distal Radius Fractures

Chapter 2: Using Evidence to Manage Distal Radius Fractures

Section 2: Anatomy and Biomechanics

Chapter 3: Epidemiology

Chapter 4: Osseous and Ligamentous Anatomy of the Distal Radius

Chapter 5: Biomechanics of DRF

Section 3: Diagnostic Management

Chapter 6: Radiographic Parameters and Classifications

Chapter 7: Role of Advanced Imaging

Section 4: Acute Fracture Management

Chapter 8: Closed reduction of displaced DRF

Chapter 9: Surgical versus conservative interventions for Displaced Distal Radius Fractures

Chapter 10: Predictors of Instability and secondary dislocation of conservatively treated DRF

Chapter 11: Plating versus Percutaneous Kirschner Wires for simple DRF

Chapter 12: Volar plating versus Dorsal plating

Chapter 13: Comminuted articular DRF

Chapter 14: Comminuted metaphyseal DRF

Chapter 15: Bone graft substitutes

Chapter 16: Arthroscopic-assisted treatment of DRF

Chapter 17: Simultaneous Fractures of the Distal Radius and Scaphoid

Chapter 18: Galeazzi Fracture Dislocations

Chapter 19: Essex Lopresti Fracture Dislocations

Chapter 20: Acute DRUJ Instability

Chapter 21: Concomitant ulnar styloid fractures

Chapter 22: Persistent Ulnar Sided pain after DRF

Chapter 23: Association Between Radiological and Patient-Reported Outcomes

Chapter 24: Rehabilitation

Chapter 25: Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Section 5: Pediatric Fracture Management

Chapter 26: Pediatric DRF Chapter 27: Pediatric Forearm Fractures

Section 6: Elderly Fracture Management

Chapter 28: Fracture Fixation in the Elderly

Chapter 29: Prevention of DRF

Section 7: Malunion and Nonunion

Chapter 30: Diagnosing the Malunited Distal Radius

Chapter 31: Treatment of the Extra-articular Malunited Distal Radius

Chapter 32: Treatment of the Intra-articular Malunited Distal Radius

Chapter 33: Corrective Osteotomy of Distal Radius Malunion

Chapter 34: Three-Dimensional Planning and surgical guidance of Malunion Correction

Chapter 35: Nonunion

Section 8: Posttraumatic Arthritis and Complications

Chapter 36: Tendon ruptures after DRF

Chapter 37: Chronic DRUJ Instability

Chapter 38: Posttraumatic DRUJ Arthritis

Chapter 39: Posttraumatic RSL Arthritis

Chapter 40: Wrist contracture
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Jupiter, Jesse B. Hansjoerg Wyss/AO Professor, Harvard Medical School, Department Of Orthopedic Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, Past President, American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons, Past President, American Association of Hand Surgery.

Chammas, Michael Professor, Orthopaedic Hand and Upper Extremity Trauma Surgery, University of Montpellier, France.
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