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The Netter Presenter: Musculoskeletal Collection - 1st Edition

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ISBN: 9781933247052

562 images

  • Page 1: Head and Neck
  • Page 2: Back
  • Page 3: Thorax
  • Page 4: Abdomen, Pelvis and Perineum
  • Page 6: Upper Limb
  • Page 7: Lower Limb
  • Page 8: Muscles of Back: Superficial Layers
  • Page 9: Muscles of Back: Intermediate Layers
  • Page 10: Muscles of Back: Deep Layers
  • Page 11: Nerves of Back
  • Page 12: Suboccipital Triangle
  • Page 13: Lumbar Region of Back: Cross Section
  • Page 14: Muscles of Shoulder: Posterior View
  • Page 14: Muscles of Shoulder: Anterior View
  • Page 15: Scapulohumeral Dissection
  • Page 16: Pectoral, Clavipectoral and Axillary Fasciae: Anterior View
  • Page 16: Pectoral, Clavipectoral and Axillary Fasciae: Section of Axilla
  • Page 17: Muscles of Arm: Anterior View - Superficial Layer
  • Page 17: Muscles of Arm: Anerior View - Deep Layer
  • Page 18: Muscles of Arm: Posterior View
  • Page 19: Arm: Cross Sections
  • Page 20: Bones of Elbow
  • Page 21: Ligaments of Elbow
  • Page 22: Muscles of Forearm (Superficial Layer): Posterior View
  • Page 23: Muscles of Forearm (Deep Layer): Posterior View
  • Page 24: Muscles of Forearm (Superficial Layer): Anterior View
  • Page 25: Muscles of Forearm (Intermediate Layer): Anterior View
  • Page 26: Muscles of Forearm (Deep Layer): Anterior View
  • Page 27: Forearm: Cross Sections
  • Page 28: Attachments of Muscles of Forearm: Anterior View
  • Page 29: Attachments of Muscles of Forearm: Posterior view
  • Page 30: Wrist and Hand: Superficial Palmar Dissection
  • Page 31: Wrist and Hand: Deeper Palmar Dissection
  • Page 32: Bursae, Spaces and Tendon Sheaths of Hand
  • Page 33: Flexor and Extensor Tendons in Fingers
  • Page 34: Intrinsic Muscles of Hand
  • Page 35: Wrist and Hand: Superficial Radial Dissection - Lateral (Radial) View
  • Page 36: Extensor Tendons at Wrist
  • Page 37: Attachments of Muscles of Hip and Thigh: Anterior View
  • Page 38: Bony Attachments of Muscles of Hip and Thigh: Posterior View
  • Page 39: Muscles of Thigh: Anterior View - Superficial Dissection
  • Page 39: Muscles of Thigh: Anterior View - Deeper Dissection
  • Page 40: Muscles of Thigh: Anterior View - Deepest Dissection
  • Page 41: Muscles of Hip and Thigh: Lateral View
  • Page 42: Muscles of Hip and Thigh: Posterior View - Superficial Dissection
  • Page 42: Muscles of Hip and Thigh: Posterior View - Deeper Dissection
  • Page 43: Arteries and Nerves of Thigh
  • Page 44: Thigh: Cross Sections
  • Page 45: Muscles of Leg (Superficial Dissection): Posterior View
  • Page 46: Muscles of Leg (Intermediate Dissection): Posterior View
  • Page 47: Muscles of Leg (Deep Dissection) Posterior View
  • Page 48: Muscles of Leg (Superficial Dissection): Anterior View
  • Page 49: Muscles of Leg (Deep Dissection): Anterior View
  • Page 50: Muscles of Leg: Lateral View
  • Page 51: Leg: Cross Section
  • Page 52: Muscles of Dorsum of Foot: Superficial Dissection
  • Page 53: Dorsum of Foot: Deep Dissection
  • Page 54: Sole of Foot: Superficial Dissection
  • Page 55: Muscles of Sole of Foot: First Layer
  • Page 56: Muscles of Sole of Foot: Second Layer
  • Page 57: Muscles of Sole of Foot: Third Layer
  • Page 58: Interosseous Muscles and Deep Arteries of Foot: Dorsal View
  • Page 58: Interosseous Muscles and Deep Arteries of Foot: Plantar View
  • Page 59: Muscles of Facial Expression: Lateral View
  • Page 60: Muscles of Neck: Lateral View
  • Page 61: Skull: Anterior View
  • Page 61: Skull: Anterior View - Right Orbit: Frontal and Slightly Lateral View
  • Page 62: Skull: Anteroposterior Radiograph
  • Page 63: Calvaria
  • Page 64: Cranial Base: Inferior View
  • Page 65: Cervical Vertebrae: Atlas and Axis
  • Page 65: Cervical Vertebrae
  • Page 66: Cervical Vertebrae
  • Page 66: Cervical Vertebrae: Lateral Radiograph
  • Page 67: External Craniocervical Ligaments
  • Page 68: Internal Craniocervical Ligaments
  • Page 68: Internal Craniocervical Ligaments
  • Page 69: Vertebral Column
  • Page 70: Thoracic Vertebra (T6): Superior View
  • Page 70: Thoracic Vertebra (T7-9) - Assembled: Posterior View
  • Page 71: Lumbar Vertebra (L2): Superior View
  • Page 72: Sacrum and Coccyx: Pelvic Surface
  • Page 72: Sacrum and Coccyx
  • Page 73: Vertebral Ligaments of Lumbosacral Region: Left Lateral View
  • Page 74: Bones and Ligaments of Pelvis: Median (Sagittal) Section
  • Page 74: Bones and Ligaments of Pelvis: Lateral View
  • Page 75: Right Clavicle: Features
  • Page 75: Right Clavicle: Muscle Attachments
  • Page 75: Sternoclavicular Joint
  • Page 76: Humerus and Scapula: Anterior Views
  • Page 77: Humerus and Scapula: Posterior View
  • Page 78: Shoulder (Glenohumeral) Joint
  • Page 79: Muscles of Rotator Cuff: Superior View
  • Page 79: Muscles of Rotator Cuff
  • Page 80: Forearm
  • Page 81: Carpal Bones: Anterior (Palmar) View
  • Page 81: Carpal Bones: Posterior (Dorsal) View
  • Page 82: Movements of Wrist
  • Page 83: Ligaments of Wrist
  • Page 84: Ligaments of Wrist
  • Page 84: Ligaments of Wrist
  • Page 85: Bones of Right Wrist and Hand
  • Page 86: Metacarpophalangeal and Interphalangeal Ligaments: Anterior (Palmar) View
  • Page 86: Metacarpophalangeal and Interphalangeal Ligaments: Medial Views
  • Page 87: Hip (Coxal) Bone
  • Page 88: Hip Joint
  • Page 89: Knee
  • Page 90: Knee
  • Page 91: Knee
  • Page 91: Knee: Anteroposterior Radiograph
  • Page 92: Knee
  • Page 93: Knee
  • Page 94: Tibia and Fibula of Right Leg
  • Page 95: Attachments of Muscles of Leg
  • Page 96: Bones of Foot: Dorsal View
  • Page 96: Bones of Foot
  • Page 98: Ligaments and Tendons of Right Ankle: Lateral View
  • Page 98: Ligaments and Tendons of Right Ankle: Medial View
  • Page 99: Ligaments and Tendons of Foot: Plantar view
  • Page 99: Metatarsophalangeal and Interphalangeal Joints: Lateral View
  • Page 100: Tendon Sheaths of Ankle
  • Page 101: Cerebrum: Lateral View
  • Page 101: Cerebrum
  • Page 102: Cerebrum: Brain In Situ
  • Page 102: Cerebrum: Hemisphere with Brainstem Excised
  • Page 103: Cerebrum: Inferior View
  • Page 104: Cranial Nerves (Motor and Sensory Distribution): Schema
  • Page 105: Cervical Plexus: Schema
  • Page 106: Arteries to Brain and Meninges
  • Page 107: Dermatomes
  • Page 108: Veins of Vertebral Column and Spinal Cord
  • Page 109: Typical Thoracic Spinal Nerve
  • Page 110: Course of Typical Thoracic Nerve
  • Page 111: Axilla (Dissection): Anterior View
  • Page 112: Brachial Plexus: Schema
  • Page 113: Brachial Artery In Situ
  • Page 114: Brachial Artery and Anastomoses Around Elbow
  • Page 115: Flexor Tendons, Arteries and Nerves at Wrist
  • Page 115: Cross Section of Wrist: Carpal Tunnel
  • Page 116: Arteries and Nerves of Hand
  • Page 117: Wrist and Hand: Superficial Dorsal Dissection
  • Page 118: Wrist and Hand: Deep Dorsal Dissection
  • Page 119: Fingers
  • Page 120: Arteries and Nerves of Upper Limb: Anterior View
  • Page 121: Musculocutaneous Nerve: Anterior View
  • Page 122: Wrist and Hand: Anteroposterior Radiograph
  • Page 123: Median Nerve: Anterior View
  • Page 124: Lumbrical Muscles
  • Page 124: Long Flexor Tendon and Digital Tendon Sheaths
  • Page 125: Ulnar Nerve: Anterior View
  • Page 126: Cutaneous Innervation of Wrist and Hand
  • Page 127: Radial Nerve in Arm and Nerves of Posterior Shoulder
  • Page 128: Shoulder: Anteroposterior Radiograph
  • Page 129: Radial Nerves
  • Page 130: Elbow: Radiography
  • Page 131: Cutaneous Nerves and Superficial Veins of Shoulder and Arm
  • Page 132: Cutaneous Nerves and Superficial Veins of Forearm
  • Page 133: Cutaneous Innervation of Upper Limb
  • Page 134: Dermatomes of Upper Limb
  • Page 135: Lymph Vessels
  • Page 137: Femur
  • Page 138: Lumbosacral and Coccygeal Plexuses
  • Page 139: Lumbar Plexus
  • Page 139: Lumbar Plexus In Situ
  • Page 140: Sacral and Coccygeal Plexuses
  • Page 140: Sacral and Coccygeal Plexuses In Situ
  • Page 141: Arteries and Nerves of Thigh (Deep Dissection)
  • Page 142: Arteries and Nerves of Thigh (Deep Dissection)
  • Page 143: Nerves of Hip and Buttock
  • Page 144: Femoral Nerve and Lateral Cutaneous Nerve of Thigh
  • Page 145: Interosseous Muscles of Foot
  • Page 146: Obturator Nerve
  • Page 147: Ankle Radiograph
  • Page 148: Sciatic Nerve and Posterior Cutaneous Nerve of Thigh
  • Page 149: Hip Joint: Anteroposterior Radiograph
  • Page 150: Tibial Nerve
  • Page 150: Tibial Nerve: Plantar View
  • Page 151: Knee: Anteroposterior Radiograph
  • Page 152: Common Fibular (Peroneal) Nerve
  • Page 153: Dermatomes and Segmental Innervation of Lower Limb
  • Page 154: Superficial Nerves and Veins of Lower Limb
  • Page 155: Superficial Nerves and Veins of Lower Limb: Posterior View
  • Page 156: Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Lower Limb
  • Page 157: Muscular System: Primordia
  • Page 158: Muscle and Vertebral Column Segmentation
  • Page 159: Mesenchymal Primordia at 5 and 6 Weeks
  • Page 160: Ossification of the Vertebral Column
  • Page 161: Development of the Atlas, Axis, Ribs, and Sternum
  • Page 163: Bone Cells and Bone Deposition
  • Page 164: Histology of Bone: Cortical (Compact) Bone
  • Page 165: Histology of Bone
  • Page 166: Membrane Bone and Skull Development
  • Page 167: Bone Development in Mesenchyme
  • Page 169: Osteon Formation
  • Page 170: Compact Bone Development and Remodeling
  • Page 171: Endochondral Ossification in a Long Bone
  • Page 173: Epiphyseal Growth Plate
  • Page 174: Peripheral Cartilage Function in the Epiphysis
  • Page 175: Epiphyseal Growth Plate
  • Page 179: Ossification in the Newborn Skeleton
  • Page 180: Joint Development
  • Page 181: Muscular System: Primordia
  • Page 182: Segmentation and Division of Myotomes
  • Page 183: Epimere, Hypomere, and Muscle Groups
  • Page 184: Development and Organization of Limb Buds
  • Page 185: Rotation of the Limbs
  • Page 186: Limb Rotation and Dermatomes
  • Page 187: Developing Skeletal Muscles
  • Page 188: Epiphyseal Growth Plate
  • Page 189: Peripheral Fibrocartilaginous Element of Growth Plate
  • Page 190: Composition and Structure of Cartilage
  • Page 191: Bone Cells and Bone Deposition
  • Page 192: Composition of Bone
  • Page 193: Structure of Cortical (Compact) Bone
  • Page 194: Structure of Trabecular Bone
  • Page 195: Formation and Composition of Collagen
  • Page 196: Formation and Composition of Proteoglycan
  • Page 197: Structure and Function of Synovial Membrane
  • Page 198: Histology of Loose Connective Tissue
  • Page 198: Histology of Dense Connective Tissue
  • Page 199: Dynamics of Bone Homeostasis
  • Page 200: Four Mechanisms of Bone Mass Regulation
  • Page 201: Nutritional Calcium Deficiency
  • Page 202: Bone Architecture in Relation to Physical Stress
  • Page 203: Stress-Generated Electric Potentials in Bone
  • Page 204: Skeletal Muscle: Organiation
  • Page 205: Skeletal Muscle: Sarcoplasmic Reticulum
  • Page 206: Skeletal Muscle: Excitation-Contraction Coupling I
  • Page 207: Skeletal Muscle: Excitation-Contraction Coupling II
  • Page 208: Skeletal Muscle: Excitation-Contraction Coupling III
  • Page 209: Motor Unit
  • Page 210: Synaptic Transmission: Neuromuscular Junction
  • Page 211: Pharmacology of Neuromuscular Transmission
  • Page 212: Muscle Response to Nerve Stimuli
  • Page 214: Regeneration of ATP for Source of Energy in Muscle Contraction
  • Page 215: Muscle Fiber Types
  • Page 216: Synthesis, Secretion, and Function of Parathyroid Hormone (PTH)
  • Page 217: Pathologic Physiology of Primary Hyperparathyroidism
  • Page 218: Clinical Manifestations of Primary Hyperparathyroidism
  • Page 219: Differential Diagnosis of Hypercalcemic States
  • Page 220: Pathologic Physiology of Hypoparathyroidism
  • Page 221: Clinical Manifestations of Chronic Hyperparathyroidism
  • Page 222: Clinical Manifestations of Hypocalcemia
  • Page 223: Pathologic Physiology and Characteristic Signs of Pseudohypoparathyroidism
  • Page 223: Albright's Heredity Osteosdystrophy
  • Page 224: Clinical Guide to Parathyroid Hormone (PTH) Assay
  • Page 225: Bony Manifestation of Renal Osteodystrophy
  • Page 226: Vascular and Soft-Tissue Manifestations of Renal Osteodystrophy
  • Page 227: Hypophosphatasia
  • Page 228: Causes of Osteoporosis
  • Page 229: Clinical Manifestations of Osteoporosis
  • Page 230: Progressive Spinal Deformity in Osteoporosis
  • Page 231: Radiographic Findings in Axial Osteoporosis
  • Page 232: Radiographic Findings in Axial Osteoporosis
  • Page 233: Radiographic Findings in Appendicular Osteoporosis
  • Page 234: Comparison of Osteoporosis and Osteomalacia
  • Page 235: Osteogenesis Imperfecta
  • Page 236: Osteogenesis Imperfecta
  • Page 237: Treatment of Osteogenesis Imperfecta by Intramedullary Fixation and Orthoses
  • Page 238: Marfan's Syndrome
  • Page 239: Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
  • Page 242: Paget's Disease of Bone
  • Page 244: Paget's Disease of Bone
  • Page 245: Achondroplasia
  • Page 246: Achondroplasia
  • Page 247: Achondroplasia
  • Page 248: Hypochondroplasia
  • Page 249: Diastrophic Dwarfism
  • Page 250: Pseudoachondroplasia
  • Page 251: Metaphyseal Chondrodysplasias
  • Page 252: Chondrodysplasia Punctata
  • Page 253: Dwarfism
  • Page 254: Multiple Epiphyseal Dysplasia
  • Page 255: Pycnodysostosis
  • Page 256: Campomelic Dysplasia
  • Page 257: Spondyloepiphyseal Dysplasia Tarda
  • Page 258: Spondyloepiphyseal Dysplasia Congenita
  • Page 259: Spondylocostal Dysostosis
  • Page 261: Kniest Dysplasia
  • Page 262: Mucopolysaccharidoses
  • Page 263: Cutaneous Lesions in Neurofibromatosis
  • Page 264: Spinal Deformities in Neurofibromatosis
  • Page 265: Bone Overgrowth and Erosion in Neurofibromatosis
  • Page 266: Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita
  • Page 267: Myositis Ossificans Progressiva
  • Page 269: Osteopetrosis (Albers-Schšnberg's Disease)
  • Page 271: Melorheostosis
  • Page 272: Congenital Anomalies of Occipitocervical Junction
  • Page 273: Congenital Anomalies of Occipitocervical Junction
  • Page 276: Synostosis of Cervical Spine (Klippel-Feil Syndrome)
  • Page 277: Congenital Muscular Torticollis
  • Page 278: Nonmuscular Causes of Torticollis
  • Page 280: Pathologic Anatomy of Scoliosis
  • Page 282: Scoliosis Curve Patterns
  • Page 283: Congenital Scoliosis
  • Page 284: Clinical Evaluation of Scoliosis
  • Page 285: Scheuermann's Disease
  • Page 286: Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis
  • Page 287: Myelodysplasia
  • Page 288: Lumbosacral Agenesis
  • Page 289: Proximal Femoral Focal Deficiency
  • Page 290: Proximal Femoral Focal Deficiency
  • Page 291: Congenital Short Femur With Coxa Vara
  • Page 292: Recognition of Congenital Dislocation of Hip
  • Page 293: Clinical Findings in Congenital Dislocation of Hip
  • Page 294: Radiographic Evaluation of Congenital Dislocation of Hip
  • Page 295: Adaptive Changes in Dislocated Hip That Interfere With Reduction
  • Page 296: Device For Greatment of Clinically Reducible Dislocation of Hip
  • Page 297: Blood Supply of Femoral Head in Infancy
  • Page 298: Pathogenesis of Legg-CalvŽ-Perthes Disease
  • Page 299: Physical Examination in Legg-CalvŽ-Perthes Disease
  • Page 300: Physical Examination in Legg-CalvŽ-Perthes Disease
  • Page 301: Femoral Varus Derotational Osteotomy
  • Page 302: Legg-CalvŽ-Perthes Disease
  • Page 303: Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis
  • Page 304: Rotational Deformities of Lower Limb: Toeing Out
  • Page 305: Wagner Technique for Limb Lengthening
  • Page 306: Rotational Deformities of Lower Limb: Toeing In
  • Page 307: Limb-Length Discrepancy
  • Page 308: Enchondromatosis (Ollier's Disease)
  • Page 309: Disorders of Patella
  • Page 310: Disorders of Patella
  • Page 311: Disorders of Patella
  • Page 312: Meniscal Variations and Tears
  • Page 313: Synovial Plica
  • Page 314: Osteochondritis Dissecans
  • Page 315: Osteochondritis Dissecans
  • Page 316: Osgood-Schlatter Lesion
  • Page 317: Congenital Bowing of Tibia
  • Page 318: Congenital Pseudarthrosis of Tibia
  • Page 319: Blount's Disease
  • Page 320: Growth Arrest
  • Page 321: Congenital Clubfoot
  • Page 322: Corrective Manipulation for Congenital Clubfoot
  • Page 323: Congenital Vertical Talus
  • Page 324: Cavovarus
  • Page 325: Calcaneovalgus and Planovalgus
  • Page 326: Tarsal Coalition
  • Page 327: Tarsal Coalition
  • Page 328: Accessory Navicular
  • Page 329: Congenital Toe Deformities
  • Page 330: Kšhler's Disease
  • Page 331: Failure of Formation of Parts: Transverse Arrest
  • Page 333: Failure of Formation of Parts: Longitudinal Arrest
  • Page 334: Failure of Formation of Parts: Longitudinal Arrest
  • Page 335: Failure of Formation of Parts: Longitudinal Arrest
  • Page 336: Joint Pathology in Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Page 337: Early and Moderate Hand Involvement in Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Page 338: Advanced Hand Involvement in Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Page 339: Foot Involvement in Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Page 340: Knee, Shoulder, and Hip Joint Involvement in Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Page 341: Extraarticular Manifestations in Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Page 342: Extraarticular Manifestations in Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Page 343: Techniques for Aspiration of Joint Fluid
  • Page 344: Synovial Fluid Examination
  • Page 345: Synovial Fluid Examination
  • Page 346: Systemic Juvenile Arthritis
  • Page 347: Joint Involvement in Juvenile Arthritis
  • Page 348: Sequelae of Juvenile Arthritis
  • Page 349: Forefoot Deformities in Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Page 350: Conservative Management of Rheumatoid Foot Deformities
  • Page 351: Hindfoot Deformities in Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Page 352: Joint Pathology in Osteoarthritis
  • Page 353: Hand Involvement in Osteoarthritis
  • Page 354: Hip Joint Involvement in Osteoarthritis
  • Page 355: Spine Involvement in Osteoarthritis
  • Page 356: Ankylosing Spondylitis
  • Page 357: Ankylosing Spondylitis
  • Page 358: Psoriatic Arthritis
  • Page 359: Reiter's Syndrome
  • Page 360: Infectious Arthritis
  • Page 361: Tuberculous Arthritis
  • Page 362: Hemophilic Arthritis
  • Page 363: Neuropathic Joint Disease
  • Page 364: Gouty Arthritis
  • Page 365: Gouty Arthritis
  • Page 366: Articular Chondrocalcinosis (Pseudogout)
  • Page 367: Nonarticular Rheumatism
  • Page 368: Giat-Cell (Temporal) Arteritis, Polymyalgia Rheumatica
  • Page 369: Tendonitis and Bursitis of Shoulder
  • Page 370: Surgery for Acute and Chronic Calcific Tendonitis and Bursitis of Shoulder
  • Page 371: Adhesive Capsulitis of Shoulder (Frozen Shoulder)
  • Page 372: Exercises for Adhesive Capsulitis of Shoulder
  • Page 373: Tears and Ruptures of Rotator Cuff
  • Page 374: Rupture of Biceps Brachii Muscle
  • Page 375: Stenosing Tenosynovitis of Abductor Pollicis Longus and Extensor Pollicis Brevis Tendons (de Quervain's Disease)
  • Page 376: Stenosing Tenosynovitis of Flexor Tendons of Finger (Trigger Finger)
  • Page 377: Dupuytren's Contracture
  • Page 378: Pigmented Villonodular Synovitis
  • Page 379: Bunion, Hallux Valgus, and Metatarsus Primus Varus
  • Page 380: Healing of Incised, Sutured Skin Wound
  • Page 381: Healing of Excised Skin Wound
  • Page 382: Types of Joint Injury
  • Page 383: Classification of Fracture
  • Page 384: Types of Displacement
  • Page 385: Types of Fracture
  • Page 386: Healing of Fracture
  • Page 387: Primary Union
  • Page 388: Incomplete Fracture in Children
  • Page 389: Injury to Growth Plate (Salter-Harris Classification, Rang Modification)
  • Page 390: Elbow Injury in Children
  • Page 391: Factors That Promote or Delay Bone Healing
  • Page 392: Acute Anterior Compartment Syndrome
  • Page 393: Dislocation of Acromioclavicular or Sternoclavicular Joint
  • Page 394: Anterior Dislocation of Glenohumeral Joint
  • Page 395: Reduction of Anterior Dislocation of Glenohumeral Joint
  • Page 396: Posterior Dislocation of Glenohumeral Joint
  • Page 397: Fracture of Proximal Humerus
  • Page 398: Fracture of Shaft of Humerus
  • Page 399: Fracture of Clavicle and Scapula
  • Page 400: Fracture of Clavicle in Children: Fracture of Proximal Humerus in Children
  • Page 401: Incisions for Compartment Syndrome of Leg
  • Page 402: Dislocation of Elbow Joint
  • Page 403: Fracture of Head and Neck of Radius
  • Page 404: Fracture of Condyle, Epicondyle, Capitulum, and Olecranon
  • Page 405: Intercondylar (T or Y) Fracture of Elbow Joint
  • Page 406: Extension-Compression Fracture of Distal Radius
  • Page 407: Closed Reduction and Plaster Cast Immobilization of Colles Fracture
  • Page 408: Flexion-Compression Fracture of Distal Radius (Smith Fracture)
  • Page 409: Fracture of Articular Margin of Distal Radius (Barton Fracture) and of Styloid Process of Radius
  • Page 410: Biomechanic Considerations in Fracture of Forearm Bones
  • Page 411: Fracture of Both Forearm Bones
  • Page 412: Fracture of Shaft of Radius
  • Page 413: Fracture of Shaft of Ulna
  • Page 414: Supracondylar Fracture of Humerus in Children
  • Page 415: Fracture of Forearm Bones in Children
  • Page 416: Dislocation of Carpus
  • Page 417: Dislocation of Carpus
  • Page 418: Fracture of Scaphoid
  • Page 419: Fracture of Scaphoid
  • Page 420: Mallet Finger
  • Page 421: Fracture of Proximal and Midle Phalanges
  • Page 422: Management of Fracture of Proximal and Middle Phalanges
  • Page 423: Special Problems in Fracture of Middle and Proximal Phalanges
  • Page 424: Dislocation of Proximal Interphalangeal Joint
  • Page 425: Fracture of Metacarpals
  • Page 426: Fracture of Base of Metacarpal of Thumb
  • Page 427: Thumb Injury Other Than Fracture
  • Page 428: Sensory Impairment Related to Level of Spinal Cord Injury
  • Page 429: Motor Impairment Related to Level of Spinal Cord Injury
  • Page 430: Subluxation and Ligamentous Instability of Cervical Spine
  • Page 431: Three-Column Concept of Spinal Stability: Burst Fracture
  • Page 432: Stable Fracture of Thoracolumbar Spine
  • Page 433: Fracture of Pelvis Without Disruption of Pelvic Ring
  • Page 434: Common Causes of Cervical Spine Injury
  • Page 435: Fracture and Dislocation of Cervical Vertebrae
  • Page 436: Fracture of All Four Pubic Rami (Straddle Injury), Lateral Compression Injury (Overlapping Pelvis)
  • Page 437: Fracture of Acetabulum
  • Page 438: Posterior Dislocation of Hip
  • Page 439: Dislocation of Hip with Fracture of Femoral Head
  • Page 440: Intracapsular Fracture of Femoral Neck
  • Page 441: Intertrochanteric Fracture of Femur
  • Page 442: Excision of Deep Pressure Ulcer
  • Page 443: Anterior Dislocation of Hip, Obturator Type
  • Page 444: Fracture in Abused Children
  • Page 445: Tears of the Meniscus
  • Page 446: Fracture of Patella
  • Page 447: Disruption of Quadriceps Femoris Tendon or Patellar Ligament
  • Page 448: Subluxation and Dislocation of Patella
  • Page 449: Sprains of Knee Ligaments
  • Page 450: Rupture of Anterior Cruciate Ligament
  • Page 451: Fracture of Proximal Tibia Involving Articular Surface
  • Page 452: Etiology of Compartment Syndrome
  • Page 453: Pathophysiology of Compartment and Crush Syndromes
  • Page 454: Arthrocentesis of Knee Joint
  • Page 455: Rupture of Anterior Cruciate Ligament
  • Page 456: Dislocation of Knee Joint
  • Page 457: Fracture of Tibia in Children
  • Page 458: Stress Fracture
  • Page 459: Fracture of Talus
  • Page 460: Fracture of Talus
  • Page 461: Dislocation of Subtalar Joint and Talus
  • Page 462: Extraarticular Fracture of Calcaneus
  • Page 463: Injury to Midtarsal (Chopart) Joint Complex
  • Page 464: Injury to Metatarsals and Phalanges
  • Page 465: Rotational Fracture of Ankle Mortise
  • Page 466: Stress Fracture
  • Page 467: Closed Soft Tissue Injuries
  • Page 468: Open Soft Tissue Wounds
  • Page 469: Pressure Ulcer
  • Page 470: Classification of Burns
  • Page 471: Causes and Clinical Types of Burns
  • Page 472: Escharotomy for Burns
  • Page 473: Prevention of Infection in Burn Wound
  • Page 474: Etiology of Compartment Syndrome
  • Page 475: Vascular and Visceral Trauma in Fracture of Pelvis
  • Page 476: Neurovascular Complications of Fractures
  • Page 477: Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome (Fat Embolism Syndrome)
  • Page 479: Surgical Management of Open Fractures
  • Page 480: Gas Gangrene
  • Page 481: Implant Failure
  • Page 482: Growth Deformity After Fracture
  • Page 483: Osteonecrosis After Fracture
  • Page 484: Joint Stiffness After Fracture
  • Page 485: Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
  • Page 486: Nonunion of Fracture
  • Page 487: Surgical Management of Nonunion
  • Page 488: Complications of Amputation
  • Page 489: Infected Wounds of Hand and Fingers
  • Page 490: Cellulitis and Epidermal Abscess
  • Page 491: Tenosynovitis and Infection of Fascial Space
  • Page 492: Infection of Deep Compartments of Hand
  • Page 493: Lymphangitis
  • Page 494: Common Infections of Foot
  • Page 495: Deep Infections of Foot
  • Page 496: Lesions in Diabetic Foot
  • Page 497: Clinical Evaluation of Patient with Diabetic Foot Lesion
  • Page 498: Septic Joint: Septic Bursitis
  • Page 500: Etiology and Prevalence of Hematogenous Osteomyelitis
  • Page 501: Pathogenesis Of Hematogenous Osteomyelitis
  • Page 502: Clinical Manifestations of Hematogenous Osteomyelitis
  • Page 503: Direct (Nonhematogenous) Causes of Osteomyelitis
  • Page 504: Direct (Nonhematogenous) Causes of Osteomyelitis
  • Page 505: Amputation of Fingertip
  • Page 506: Amputation of Phalanx
  • Page 507: Amputation of Finger and Ray
  • Page 508: Amputation of the Forearm and Hand
  • Page 509: Amputation of Upper Arm and Shoulder
  • Page 510: Amputation of Foot
  • Page 511: Syme Amputation (Wagner Modification)
  • Page 512: Below-Knee Amputation
  • Page 513: Disarticulation of Knee
  • Page 514: Disarticulation of Hip
  • Page 515: Brachial Plexus And-or Cervical Nerve Root Injuries at Birth
  • Page 516: Muscle Contraction Headache
  • Page 517: Trigeminal Neuralgia
  • Page 518: Cervical Spine Injury: Flexion and Flexion-Rotation
  • Page 519: Cervical Spine Injury: Hyperextension
  • Page 520: Cervical Disc Herniation: Clinical Manifestations
  • Page 521: Lumbar Disc Herniation: Clinical Manifestations
  • Page 522: Pathology of Spinal Stenosis
  • Page 523: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Page 524: Other Compressive or Entrapment Neuropathies
  • Page 525: Other Compressive or Entrapment Neuropathies
  • Page 526: Staging of Musculoskeletal Tumors
  • Page 527: Osteoid Osteoma
  • Page 528: Osteoma
  • Page 529: Osteoma
  • Page 530: Osteoblastoma
  • Page 531: Enchondroma
  • Page 532: Perosteal Chondroma
  • Page 533: Osteocartilaginous Exostosis (Osteochondroma)
  • Page 534: Chondroblastoma
  • Page 535: Fibrous Dysplasia
  • Page 536: Nonossifying Fibroma
  • Page 537: Eosinophilic Granuloma
  • Page 538: Aneurysmal Bone Cyst
  • Page 539: Giant-Cell Tumor of Bone
  • Page 540: Osteosarcoma
  • Page 541: Osteosarcoma
  • Page 542: Parosteal Osteosarcoma
  • Page 543: Chondrosarcoma
  • Page 544: Fibrosarcoma of Bone
  • Page 545: Ewing's Sarcoma
  • Page 546: Myeloma
  • Page 547: Adamantinoma
  • Page 548: Tumors Metastatic to Bone
  • Page 549: Fibroma, Fibromatosis, Hemangioma
  • Page 550: Lipoma, Neurofibroma, Myositis Ossificans
  • Page 551: Malignant Fibrous Histiocytoma of Soft Tissue, Fibrosarcoma of Soft Tissue
  • Page 552: Synovial Sarcoma
  • Page 553: Neurosarcoma
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