Functional Reconstruction of the Foot and Ankle
From one of the world's leading orthopaedic surgeons comes the standard-setting text/atlas on functional reconstruction of the foot and ankle. Dr. Hansen describes the most successful surgical procedures for repairing fractures, traumatic injuries, and other problems. Emphasis is on restoring normal anatomy and optimal function. The first two sections present in-depth discussions of the general principles of acute trauma, fracture, and reconstructive surgery. The third section is a comprehensive surgical atlas that visually documents in step-by-step detail specific operative techniques, including arthrodesis, osteotomy, tendon transfers, muscle-balancing techniques, capsulorrhaphy and capsulotomy, and miscellaneous techniques. More than 1,100 illustrations complement the text.
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Principles of Surgery in the Foot and Ankle i
Surgical Instruments Used in Foot Surgery
Acute Compartmental Syndromes Affecting the Foot and Ankle
Heel Cord Injuries
Dislocations in the Foot
RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY IN THE FOOT AND ANKLE 7113
Nonunions Malunions and Avascular Necrosis
Posttraumatic and Degenerative Problems in the Joints
ATLAS OF STANDARD OPERATIVE TECHNIQUES
Achilles tendon alignment anatomic ankle arthrodesis arthrosis block graft bone graft bony calcaneal fractures calcaneal osteotomy calcaneocuboid joint calcaneus cancellous bone cast caused compartmental syndrome correction cuboid deformity digitorum longus dislocation displacement distal dorsal dorsiflexion Dorsoplantar drill fascia fibula fifth metatarsal flexor digitorum communis flexor hallucis longus foot forefoot fragment function fusion gastrocnemius hallux healing heel cord hindfoot incision injury inserted interphalangeal joint K-wire lateral column lengthening lesser metatarsal ligament longus tendon malalignment malunion medial column metatarsal head metatarsophalangeal joint midfoot muscle navicular bone naviculocuneiform joint normal operation osteotomy patient performed peritalar subluxation peroneal peroneus brevis peroneus longus placed plantar flexion position posterior tibial tendon postoperative procedure pronation proximal phalanx radiograph realignment removed second metatarsal sesamoids shortening sinus sinus tarsi soft tissues stabilized subtalar joint supination surgeon Surgical Technique suture talar talonavicular joint talus tarsometatarsal joint tendon transfer tion triple arthrodesis valgus valgus deformity varus view shows weight bearing