Shoulder Replacement Surgery
Shoulder arthroplasty offers a unique challenge to the orthopaedic surgeon due to the nature of the shoulder joint and the surgery's technical demands. Shoulder replacement, however, is one of the most rapidly growing procedures in the field of orthopaedic surgery; therefore this book addresses indications and techniques from both the trauma perspective and degenerative prospective, as well as addressing revision surgery, complications, and the newest implants and prostheses -- as well as new surgical techniques. Presents material in a "user-friendly," practical and cohesive manner, so as to appeal to both the practicing surgeon and the senior resident. Special chapters on total shoulder replacement systems, the most innovative and newest surgical techniques, rehabilitation, outcomes, and future directions.
Fealy, Warren, Craig, Sperling
|Sottotitolo:||Complex Issues in the Primary and Revision Setting|
2008, 192 pp, 15 tables, 127 illustrations