Table of Contents

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Copyright.
CONTENTS.
CONTRIBUTORS.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.
PREFACE.
SECTION I SHOULDER.
1 DELTOPECTORAL APPROACH.
2 POSTERIOR APPROACH.
3 DELTOID SPLITTING APPROACH.
4 TRANSACROMIAL APPROACH.
5 SUPERIOR APPROACH TO THE SUPRASCAPULAR NERVE.
6 ACROMIOCLAVICULAR JOINT APPROACH.
SECTION II UPPER ARM.
7 ANTEROMEDIAL APPROACH.
8 LATERAL APPROACH TO THE HUMERUS.
9 POSTERIOR APPROACH TO THE DISTAL HUMERUS.
SECTION III ELBOW.
10 ANTEROLATERAL APPROACH.
11 POSTEROLATERAL APPROACH.
12 POSTEROLATERAL/ANCONEUS APPROACH.
13 POSTEROMEDIAL APPROACH TO THE ULNAR NERVE.
SECTION IV FOREARM.
14 THOMPSON APPROACH TO THE PROXIMAL RADIUS.
15 ANTEROLATERAL (INTERNERVOUS) APPROACH.
16 MIDLINE APPROACH.
SECTION V WRIST.
17 DORSAL APPROACH.
18 DE QUERVAIN'S APPROACH TO THE THUMB ABDUCTOR TENDONS.
19 CARPAL TUNNEL APPROACH.
20 RUSSE APPROACH.
21 APPROACH TO THE ULNAR NERVE (GUYON8217;S CANAL).
SECTION VI HAND.
22 APPROACH TO THE LATERAL (THENAR) MIDPALMAR SPACE.
23 DORSAL APPROACH TO THE METACARPOPHALANGEAL JOINT.
24 VOLAR APPROACH TO THE BASAL JOINT OF THE THUMB (FOR BENNETT8217;S FRACTURE).
25 DORSAL APPROACH TO THE BASAL JOINT OF THE THUMB.
26 GAMEKEEPER8217;S THUMB APPROACH TO THE THUMB METACARPOPHALANGEAL JOINT.
27 DORSAL APPROACH TO THE FINGERS.
28 VOLAR APPROACH TO THE FLEXOR TENDONS.
29 PARONYCHIUM APPROACH.
SECTION VII HIP.
30 ANTEROLATERAL (WATSON-JONES) APPROACH.
31 ANTERIOR (SMITH-PETERSON) APPROACH.
32 MEDIAL APPROACH TO THE HIPAND THE PROXIMAL THIGH.
33 POSTEROLATERAL (GIBSON) APPROACH.
34 LATERAL APPROACH TO THE HIPAND PROXIMAL FEMUR.
SECTION VIII THIGH.
35 ANTERIOR APPROACH TO THE DISTALTHIGH AND FEMUR.
36 MEDIAL APPROACH TO THE DISTALTHIGH AND FEMUR.
37 LATERAL APPROACHTO THE DISTAL THIGH.
SECTION IX KNEE.
38 ANTERIOR APPROACH.
39 POSTERIOR APPROACH.
40 MEDIAL APPROACH.
41 LATERAL APPROACH.
SECTION X LOWER LEG.
42 ANTEROLATERAL APPROACHTO THE TIBIA.
43 POSTEROMEDIAL APPROACHTO THE CALF.
44 LATERAL APPROACH TO THE FIBULA.
SECTION XI ANKLE.
45 TARSAL TUNNEL APPROACH.
46 POSTEROMEDIAL APPROACH.
47 ANTERIOR APPROACH.
48 ANTEROLATERAL APPROACHTO THE ANKLE LIGAMENTS.
49 APPROACH TO THE SUBTALAR JOINT (OLLIER APPROACH).
SECTION XII FOOT.
50 MEDIAL APPROACH TO THE MIDFOOT.
51 PLANTAR FASCIAL APPROACH.
52 PLANTAR METATARSAL HEAD APPROACH.
53 INTERMETATARSAL (DORSAL WEB) APPROACH.
54 DORSOMEDIAL APPROACH TO THE FIRSTTOE AND METATARSOPHALANGEAL JOINT.
55 PLANTAR APPROACHTO THE TOE FLEXORS.
SECTION XIII SPINE.
56 ANTERIOR APPROACHTO THE CERVICAL SPINE.
57 POSTERIOR APPROACHTO THE OCCIPITOCERVICAL JUNCTIONAND CERVICAL SPINE.
58 LATERAL EXTRACAVITARY/LATERALPARASCAPULAR APPROACHTO THE THORACIC SPINE.
59 POSTERIOR APPROACHTO THE THORACIC SPINE.
60 POSTERIOR APPROACHTO THE LUMBAR SPINE.
61 POSTERIOR APPROACHTO THE ILIAC CREST. Annotation "Covering all major approaches from the shoulder to the foot, the book gives you step-by-step visual instruction revealing the anatomy as it actually appears to the surgeon. Each chapter takes you through each layer of the approach from the initial incision to the final step in detail. Special features of the atlas include: over 400 color photographs that depict surgical anatomy; fresh cadaver specimens portray the true colors of the anatomy involved; step-by-step coverage of more than 60 approaches to the foot, hand, thigh, knee, spine, and more; identification of all structures revealed during each step of the exposure; and each approach is accompanied by practical advice on its uses, advantages, disadvantages, structures at risk, technique, helpful tricks, and what will become visible if you get off track." "Ideal for residents, Atlas of Orthopaedic Surgical Exposures offers an introduction to surgical anatomy, providing them with the essential orientation they need. Seasoned orthopaedic surgeons will turn to this book to refresh their knowledge of the surgical anatomy and ensure a smooth operation."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved