Campbell’s Operative Orthopaedics 11th Edition – S. Terry Canale, James H. Beaty
As we begin work on each new edition, we are always amazed that the fi eld of orthopaedic surgery continues to produce so many innovative techniques and equipment year after year. As with each edition, we have tried to make sure this 11th edition is as comprehensive, up-to-date, and pertinent to your practice as possible by including triedand-true procedures along with the promising newer techniques.
A number of new features have been added in this edition that we hope will make it more “user-friendly.”
The technique descriptions are highlighted with color for quick identifi cation and bulleted for easy reading. Hundreds of color photographs, including intraoperative photographs, have been added to illustrate diagnostic and treatment principles, and color has been added to the line art to emphasize important structures and techniques. The number of video clips has been expanded to include more frequently used but technically diffi cult procedures, including total elbow arthroplasty, mini-incision total knee arthroplasty, and shoulder arthroscopy. The techniques demonstrated on the DVD are listed on the end sheets at the front and back of this book for easy access and reference.
An exciting addition to this edition is its availability as a multimedia reference source. In addition to the revised and up-dated four-volume text, a fully searchable on-line edition will provide instant access to regular updates, an image library for electronic presentations, and links to abstracts of references. We believe these resources will greatly expand the ways in which Campbell’s Operative Orthopaedics can help physicians ensure the highest quality of care for their patients.
Part I: General Principles
Part II: Arthrodesis
Part III: Arthroplasty
Part IV: Amputations
Part V: Infections
Part VI: Tumors
Part VII: Nontraumatic soft-tissue disorders
Part VIII: Congenital Anomalies
Part IX: Osteochondrosis
Part X: Nervous System Disorders in Children
Part XI: Fractures and Dislocations in Children
Part XII: The Spine
Part XIII: Sports Medicine
Part XIV: Arthroscopy
Part XV: Fractures and Dislocation
Part XVI: Peripheral nerve injuries
Part XVIII: The Hand
Part XIX: The Foot and Ankle
Autores: S. Terry Canale, James H. Beaty