PART I GENERAL PRINCIPLES
PART II RECONSTRUCTIVE PROCEDURES OF THE HIP IN ADULTS
PART III RECONSTRUCTIVE PROCEDURES OF THE KNEE IN ADULTS
PART IV RECONSTRUCTIVE PROCEDURES OF THE ANKLE IN ADULTS
PART V RECONSTRUCTIVE PROCEDURES OF THE SHOULDER AND ELBOW IN ADULTS
PART VI AMPUTATIONS
PART VII INFECTIONS
PART VIII TUMORS
PART IX CONGENITAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS
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 DISLOCATIONS IN ADULTS
PART XVI PERIPHERAL NERVE INJURIES
PART XVII MICROSURGERY
PART XVIII THE HAND
PART XIX THE FOOT AND ANKLE
Still the most widely used comprehensive resource in orthopaedic surgery Campbell’s Operative Orthopaedics is an essential reference for trainees a trusted clinical tool for practitioners and the gold standard for worldwide orthopaedic practice. Unparalleled in scope and depth this 14th Edition contains updated diagnostic images practical guidance on when and how to perform every procedure and rapid access to data in preparation for surgical cases or patient evaluation. Drs. Frederick M. Azar and James H. Beaty along with other expert contributors from the world-renowned Campbell Clinic have collaborated diligently to ensure that this 4-volume text remains a valuable resource in your practice helping you achieve optimal outcomes with every patient.
Features evidence-based surgical coverage throughout to aid in making informed clinical choices for each patient.
Covers multiple procedures for all body regions to provide comprehensive coverage.
Keeps you up to date with even more high-quality procedural videos, a new chapter on biologics in orthopaedics, and expanded and updated content on hip arthroscopy, patellofemoral arthritis and more.
Follows a standard template for every chapter that features highlighted procedural steps, high-quality illustrations for clear visual guidance, and bulleted text.
By Frederick M Azar, MD, Professor, Department Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Tennessee- Campbell Clinic; Chief of Staff, Campbell Clinic, Memphis, Tennessee ; S. Terry Canale, MD, Harold B. Boyd Professor and Chairman, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Tennessee-Campbell Clinic, Memphis, Tennessee and James H. Beaty, MD, Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Tennessee-Campbell Clinic, Memphis, Tennessee