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By Kenneth J. Koval, Joseph D. Zuckerman

ISBN-10: 0781717884

ISBN-13: 9780781717885

Developed from video recordings made with cutting-edge cameras in grasp surgeons' working rooms, this cutting edge full-color atlas/DVD package deal offers a true-to-life, step by step educational on 37 universal orthopaedic surgeries. An atlas that includes bright intraoperative images, plus surgical drawings and "how-to" directions wealthy in scientific pearls, is supplemented through an interactive multimedia DVD that includes 1 hour of real-time narrated video.

The atlas depicts each step of every process, with succinct, bulleted textual content that covers anatomy, type, equipment/instruments, sufferer positioning, incision, pearls and pitfalls, surgical method, and procedure. The DVD video demonstrates maneuvers which are tough to teach with nonetheless photos.

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Ruotolo C, Nottage WM, Flatow EL, et al. Controversial topics in shoulder arthroscopy. Arthroscopy 2002; 18[2 Suppl 1]: 65-75. Scoggin JF 3rd, Mayfield G, Awaya DJ, et al. Subacromial and intraarticular morphine versus bupivacaine after shoulder arthroscopy. Arthroscopy 2002; 18: 464-468. Weber SC, Abrams JS, Nottage WM. Complications associated with arthroscopic shoulder surgery. Arthroscopy 2002; 18[2 Suppl 1]: 88-95. Wright JM, Heavrin B, Hawkins RJ, et al. Arthroscopic visualization of the subscapularis tendon.

If visualization of the joint is adequate, examination can occur before placement of an anterior portal. If hemorrhage from manipulation is present, placement of the anterior portal for outflow may aid in visualization. 38 Atlas of Orthopaedic Surgery - A Multimedia Reference FIGURE 1-16. Placement of posterior portal. A semiblunt trocar tip should be used to allow the arthroscope to penetrate the capsule without inflicting iatrogenic trauma to the structures within the joint. The trocar should be advanced gently until the space between the edge of the glenoid and the humeral head can be felt.

Such pathology includes glenohumeral instability, neurologic injury such as axillary or suprascapular nerve palsy, overuse or fatigue of the scapular stabilizers, eccentric overload of the rotator cuff tendons, or acute trauma to the rotator cuff. Successful treatment of secondary impingement depends on recognition and correction of the underlying cause. The diagnosis of impingement is based primarily on a careful history and physical examination. 17 activities, stiffness, and weakness. Night pain, particularly when rolling onto the affected side is commonly found in patients with rotator cuff disease.

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