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Atlas of amputations and limb deficiencies : surgical, prosthetic, and rehabilitation principles

Author: Douglas G Smith, (Orthopedist); John W Michael; John H Bowker; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
Publisher: Rosemont, IL : American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 3rd edView all editions and formats
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Presents the major advances in the field since the last edition in 1992. New chapters cover amputee care in wartime, the role of the Krukenberg proceedure in developing countries, the rise of the amputee consumer movement, and the rapidly expanding role of sports and recreation for amputees, as well as the more controversial topics of osseointegration and transplantation. The major influence of orthopaedic surgeons  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Atlases
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas G Smith, (Orthopedist); John W Michael; John H Bowker; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
ISBN: 0892033134 9780892033133
OCLC Number: 56066272
Description: xvii, 965 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm.
Contents: The history of amputation surgery and prosthetics --
General principles of amputation surgery --
Vascular disease: limb salvage versus amputation --
Infection: limb salvage versus amputation --
Tumor: limb salvage versus amputation --
Trauma: limb salvage versus amputation --
Wartime amputee care --
Kinesiology and functional characteristics of the upper limb --
Body-powered components --
Harnessing and controls for body-powered devices --
Components for electric-powered systems --
Control of limb prostheses --
Partial hand amputation: surgical management --
Partial hand amputation: prosthetic management --
Wrist disarticulation and transradial amputaion: surgical management --
Wrist disarticulation and transradial amputation: prosthetic management --
The Krukenberg procedure --
Elbow disarticulation and transhumeral amputation: surgical management --
Elbow disarticulation and transhumeral amputation: prosthetic management --
Amputations about the shoulder: surgical management --
Amputations about the shoulder: prosthetic management --
Prosthetic training --
Brachial plexus injuries: surgical and prosthetic management --
Aesthetic prostheses --
Bilateral upper limb prostheses --
Prosthetic adaptations in competitive sports and recreation --
Future developments: hand transplantation --
New developments in upper limb prosthetics --
Normal gait --
Amputee gait --
Visual analysis of prosthetic gait --
Energy expenditure of walking in individuals with lower limb amputations --
Prosthetic suspensions and components --
Amputations and disarticualtions within the foot: surgical management --
Amputations and disarticulations within the foot: prosthetic management --
Ankle disarticulation and variants: surgical management --
Ankle disarticulation and variants: prosthetic management --
Surgical management --
- Transtibial amputation: prosthetic management --
Knee disarticulation: surgical management --
Knee disarticulation: prosthetic management --
Transfemoral amputation: surgical management --
Transfemoral amputation: prosthetic management --
Hip disarticulation and transpelvic amputation: surgical management --
Hip disarticulation and transpelvic amputation: prosthetic management --
Translumbar amputation: surgical management --
Translumbar amputation: prosthetic management --
Physical therapy --
Bilateral lower limb prostheses --
Prostheses for sports and recreation --
Physical therapy for sports and recreation --
Research in lower limb prosthetics --
Future developments: osseointegration in transfemoral amputees --
Musculoskeletal complications --
Skin problems in the amputee --
Chronic pain management --
Psychological adaptation to amputation --
The art of prosthesis prescription --
Rehabilitation without prostheses --
Special considerations: consumer movement --
The limb-deficient child --
Terminology in pediatric limb deficiency --
Developmental kinesiology --
General prosthetic considerations --
Psychological issues in pediatric limb deficiency --
Occupational therapy --
Physical therapy --
Acquired amputations in children --
Hand deficiencies --
Radial deficiencies --
Longitudinal ulnar deficiency --
Humeral deficiencies --
Foot deficiencies --
Fibular deficiencies --
Tibial deficiencies --
Femoral deficiencies --
Absence of the lumbar spine and sacrum --
Multiple limb deficiencies --
Surgical modification of residual limbs.
Responsibility: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons ; edited by Douglas G. Smith, John W. Michael, John H. Bowker.

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Covering advances in surgical and prosthetic techniques, future developments and adult and paediatric concerns, this text includes fully described indications for prostheses and amputations levels,  Read more...

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