MasterCases: Spine Surgery

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Thieme, 2001 - 535 páginas

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Over the last decade, a plethora of references on global treatment of spinal disorders have inundated the marketplace-- at the same time that increased responsibilities have limited the time surgeons have to wade through these large tomes. Now the information you need is at your fingertips in a quick, case-oriented approach designed for easy access and practical application.



The MasterCases Series from Thieme uses the case format to provide key diagnostic and therapeutic information that can be applied in patient management. You will find concise data on degenerative disorders of the cervical and thoracolumbar spine, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, inflammatory spinal disease, metabolic disorders, trauma management, spinal neoplasms, and adult and pediatric deformities.

Edited by two prominent specialists from the Rothman Institute in Philadelphia, MasterCases in Spine Surgery features:


  • A convenient, case-oriented format for easy reference and application in daily practice

  • Dozens of pearls and pitfalls and complete patient work-ups for each problem
  • More than 60 studies on common and unusual cases and hundreds of superb figures that clarify all concepts

  • Reviews of alternative treatment methods, with advantages and disadvantages of each

  • The knowledge and expertise of leading spine specialists, orthopedic surgeons, and neurosurgeons, for a combined approach that leads to optimal results

MasterCases in Spine Surgery is ideal for orthopedic surgeons, spine fellows, neurosurgeons, neurologists, and residents who need to be thoroughly proficient in operative and alternative treatments of numerous spinal conditions. Get "soup-to-nuts" answers to many of your specific problems and keep your skills up-to-date: order MasterCases in Spine Surgery today!

 

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Índice

CASE 3
29
CONTENTS
86
CASE 5
90
CASE 10
10
CASE 15
22
Currier and Michael J Yaszemski 35
35
Pharmacologic and Nonoperative
281
Bilateral Cervical Facet Joint Dislocation without
297
SPINAL NEOPLASMS
345
Spinal Cord Herniation Erol Veznedaroglu and Gregory
360
Spinal Intradural Intramedullary and Extramedullary
378
ADULT AND PEDIATRIC DEFORMITY
391
KyphosisRoundBack Deformity Scheuermanns Kyphosis
411
AchondroplasiaCervical Postlaminectomy Kyphosis
479
MISCELLANEOUS
495
INDEX 517

Thoracolumbar Trauma with or without Neurologic Deficit
313
Sacral Fractures Kirkham B Wood and Francis Denis
329

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Sobre el autor (2001)

Richard H. Rothman Professor and Chairman, Dept. of Orthopaedics, Thomas Jefferson University and HospitalsPresident. The Rothman InstituteCo-Director, Reconstructive Spine Surgery and the Spine Fellowship Program. Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals

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