Pediatrics [electronic resource] /
book editors, Kathryn E. Cramer, Susan A. Scherl.
Philadelphia : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, c2004.
xiv, 394 p. : ill.
0781744369, 9780781744362
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Philadelphia : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, c2004.
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Electronic reproduction. New York, N.Y. : Ovid Technologies, Inc. Available via World Wide Web.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Main Description
This outstanding volume in the Orthopaedic Surgery Essentials series delivers the vital information you need to evaluate and treat children with orthopaedic disorders. From the moment of presentation through assessment, diagnosis, and treatment -- the book's practical focus takes you through every step. You'll examine congenital and developmental disorders as well as a range of common injuries, plus the orthopaedic manifestations of neuromuscular disorders, tumors, endocrine diseases, and more! There's even a section on background, which addresses key issues in genetics and embryology as well as radiology, pain management, and anesthesia. Book jacket.
Main Description
This is the first volume of our Orthopaedic Surgery Essentials Series , designed for orthopaedic surgery residents' rotations and for general orthopaedists and primary care practitioners. The book presents the essential information needed to evaluate and initiate treatment on a child's orthopaedic problem. It can be easily read cover to cover during a one- or two-month rotation or used for quick reference immediately before evaluating a patient. The user-friendly format features ample visual aids, including treatment algorithms, bulleted lists, charts, tables, and illustrations. The table of contents reflects the venue in which disorders are usually first encounteredoutpatient clinic, emergency department, or specialty clinic.
Table of Contents
Contributing Authorsp. xi
Series Prefacep. xv
Prefacep. xvii
Acknowledgmentsp. xix
Outpatient Clinic
The Pediatric Orthopaedic Examinationp. 1
Rotational Deformities of the Lower Extremitiesp. 9
Angular Deformities of the Lower Extremitiesp. 13
Foot Disordersp. 18
Metatarsus Adductusp. 18
Clubfootp. 20
Congenital Vertical Talusp. 24
Tarsal Coalitionp. 32
Pes Planusp. 36
Congenital Anomalies of the Toep. 39
Developmental Dysplasia of the Hipp. 44
Legg-Calve-Perthes Diseasep. 52
Spinep. 56
Idiopathic Scoliosisp. 56
Neuromuscular Scoliosisp. 62
Congenital Spine Deformityp. 64
Cervical Spine Disordersp. 66
Back Painp. 69
Leg Length Inequalityp. 74
Toe-Walkingp. 81
Emergency Department
Limpingp. 83
Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysisp. 89
Fractures and Dislocationsp. 95
Spinep. 95
Arm and Shoulderp. 104
Elbowp. 110
Forearmp. 125
Handp. 131
Pelvisp. 136
Hipp. 139
Femurp. 143
Kneep. 149
Tibia and Fibulap. 156
Anklep. 160
Footp. 165
Polytraumap. 171
Open Fracturesp. 177
Compartment Syndromep. 180
Child Abusep. 184
Infectionp. 189
Specialty Clinics
Cerebral Palsyp. 198
Spina Bifidap. 203
Neuromuscular Disordersp. 211
Muscular Dystrophyp. 211
Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita Neurologicap. 216
Neurofibromatosisp. 222
Hamartomatous Disordersp. 227
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritisp. 234
Equipmentp. 240
Tumorsp. 250
Sports Medicinep. 271
Knee Painp. 271
Overuse Injuriesp. 281
Endocrinologyp. 289
Ricketsp. 289
Renal Osteodystrophyp. 292
Hematologyp. 294
Hemophilic Arthropathyp. 294
Sickle Cell Diseasep. 303
Skeletal Dysplasiasp. 307
Upper Extremityp. 315
Brachial Plexus Injuriesp. 315
Congenital Deformitiesp. 320
The Physisp. 327
Geneticsp. 333
Embryologyp. 339
Radiology and Imagingp. 344
Pain Managementp. 353
Anesthesia and Sedationp. 361
Gaitp. 365
Indexp. 371
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