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Lippincott's primary care orthopaedics /
editors, Paul A. Lotke, Joseph A. Abboud, Jack Ende.
imprint
Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, c2008.
description
xx, 482 p. : ill. + 1 wall chart (76 X 52 cm., folded to 19 X 13 cm.)
ISBN
078177182X (case), 9780781771825 (case)
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imprint
Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, c2008.
isbn
078177182X (case)
9780781771825 (case)
restrictions
Online version licensed for access by U. of T. users.
catalogue key
6821647
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Family Medicine, 01-FEB-10, Volume 42, Issue 2, George D. Harris, MD, MS, Department of Community and Family Medicine, University of Missouri-Kansas City --"Lippincott's Primary Care Orthopedicsis well organized and well formatted. The educational and clinical experience of the authors is demonstrated in an easy-to-read, quick-reference approach with colorful informative pages throughout the text....For clinicians seeking a textbook that provides a quick synopsis of common musculoskeletal problems with treatment recommendations and clinical pearls, this contemporary primer will be satisfying and beneficial."Family Medicine
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Summaries
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This work will help family practitioners, internists, nurse practitioners, and osteopathic and chiropractic physicians diagnose and treat musculoskeletal problems seen in the primary care office setting. It contains quick hit information for the practitioner on the go, as well as in-depth text and patient education handouts.
Main Description
The first volume in our new Primary Care series, this book will help family practitioners, internists, nurse practitioners, and osteopathic and chiropractic physicians diagnose and treat musculoskeletal problems seen in the primary care office setting. This full-color book contains quick hit information for the practitioner on the go, as well as in-depth text, more than 500 illustrations, and patient education handouts. Chapters are consistently formatted with headings of Case, Clinical Presentation, Physical Findings, Studies, Treatment, Clinical Course, When to Refer, and ICD-9 Codes. Each chapter contains boxed elements: "Clinical Points," "Patient Assessment," "Not to Be Missed," and "Treatment." Acompanion Websiteincludes the fully searchable text, an image bank, patient education handouts, and videos of examination and injection procedures.
Main Description
The first volume in our new Primary Care series, this book will help family practitioners, internists, nurse practitioners, and osteopathic and chiropractic physicians diagnose and treat musculoskeletal problems seen in the primary care office setting. This full-color book contains quick hit information for the practitioner on the go, as well as in-depth text, more than 500 illustrations, and patient education handouts. Chapters are consistently formatted with headings of Case, Clinical Presentation, Physical Findings, Studies, Treatment, Clinical Course, When to Refer, and ICD-9 Codes. Each chapter contains boxed elements: "Clinical Points," "Patient Assessment," "Not to Be Missed," and "Treatment." A companion Website includes the fully searchable text, an image bank, patient education handouts, and videos of examination and injection procedures. (www.orthopedicsforpcp.com)
Table of Contents
Lumbosacral Spinep. 1
Degenerative Disc Diseasep. 3
Herniated Discp. 9
Lumbar Sacral Strainp. 14
Spinal Stenosisp. 17
Thoraco-Lumbor Spinep. 23
Scoliosisp. 25
Compression Fracturep. 31
Cervical Spinep. 37
Cervical Strain: Whiplashp. 39
Cervical Disc Degenerationp. 44
Cervical Disc Herniationp. 49
Spinal Stenosisp. 54
Hipp. 59
Trochanteric Bursitisp. 61
Osteoarthritis of the Hipp. 66
Coxa Saltans: The Snapping Hipp. 75
Meralgia Parestheticap. 82
Nontraumatic Osteonecrosis of the Femoral Headp. 88
Kneep. 97
Swollen Knee/Effusionp. 99
Chondromalacia Patella: Anterior Knee Pain in the Young Patientp. 102
Prepatellar Bursitis: Housemaid Kneep. 104
Overuse Syndromep. 106
Medial Collateral Ligament Sprainp. 108
Pes Anserinus Bursitisp. 112
Torn Meniscusp. 114
Degenerative Joint Disease/Osteoarthritisp. 118
Baker Cystp. 122
Anklep. 125
Achilles Tendonp. 127
Ankle Sprainsp. 132
Fractured Fibula: Nondisplaced/Avulsion Fracturep. 137
Retrocalcaneal Bursitisp. 142
Footp. 147
Bunion/Hallux Valgusp. 149
Metatarsalgiap. 152
Plantar Fasciitisp. 155
Morton Neuromap. 158
Hammer Toesp. 160
Pronation/Adult Flatfoot/Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunctionp. 162
Osteoarthritis: Foot/Ankle Jointsp. 166
Third Metatarsal Stress Fracturep. 173
Fractures of the Fifth Metatarsalp. 176
Diabetic Footp. 180
Shoulderp. 185
Tendinitis/Bursitis/Subacromial Impingementp. 187
Calcific Tendinitisp. 196
Acromioclavicular Joint Arthritisp. 201
Rotator Cuff Tearp. 207
Shoulder Instability (Multidirectional and Unidirectional)p. 216
Glenohumeral Arthritisp. 222
Frozen Shoulderp. 227
Elbowp. 233
Lateral Epicondylitisp. 235
Olecranon Bursitisp. 242
Radial Head and Neck Fracturesp. 247
Wristp. 253
Carpal Tunnel Syndromep. 255
De Quervain Tendinitisp. 261
Ganglion Cystp. 266
Handp. 271
Trigger Fingerp. 273
Ganglia of the Handp. 277
Heberden Nodesp. 281
Osteoarthritis at the Base of the Thumb (Carpometacarpal Joint)p. 285
Dupuytren Contracturep. 289
Finger Dislocationp. 293
Rheumatoid Arthritis of the Handp. 299
Skin and Soft Tissue Injuryp. 305
Common Pediatric Orthopaedic Problemsp. 311
Intoeingp. 313
Bowed Legsp. 318
Flatfootp. 322
Perthes Diseasep. 326
Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysisp. 331
Septic Arthritis of the Hipp. 336
General Medical Problemsp. 341
Osteoporosisp. 343
Crystal-induced Arthritisp. 352
Rheumatoid Arthritisp. 360
Fibromyalgia and Regional Pain Syndromesp. 365
The Use of Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugsp. 371
The Use of Corticosteroid Preparations: Intra-articular and Soft Tissue Injectionsp. 381
Technical Injections and Casts/Splintsp. 387
Injection Techniques for Joints and Bursap. 389
Splints and Bracesp. 395
Rehabilitation and Home Physical Therapyp. 407
Cervical Spine Rehabilitationp. 409
Shoulder Rehabilitationp. 414
Elbow Rehabilitationp. 420
Hand and Wrist Rehabilitationp. 425
Lumbar Rehabilitationp. 430
Hip Rehabilitationp. 435
Knee Rehabilitationp. 439
Foot and Ankle Rehabilitationp. 444
Patient Information Sheetsp. 449
Patient Information Sheets
Indexp. 469
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