Providing a concise approach to the subject, the new edition of Lecture Notes: Orthopaedics and Fractures reflects recent changes to medical education and includes new management techniques. Divided into two major sections, ‘General Principles’ covers form and function, fractures, trauma and musculo-skeletal disorders; while ‘Regional Orthopaedics’ covers the examination of and conditions affecting individual regions of the body i.e. foot and ankle, spine and trunk. This ensures the content is integrated to allow better and easier navigation.
Featuring an extensive collection of X-rays and photographs of orthopaedic conditions, Lecture Notes: Orthopaedics and Fractures is ideal for any medical students, junior doctors, nurses or allied health professionals who want a core introduction to this important specialty.
Review of the previous edition
“It provides excellent grounding and preparation for the attachment.”, 5th Year Medical Student
Table of Contents
- Preface to fourth edition.
- Preface to first edition.
Part 1: General principles.
- 1 Musculoskeletal structures and function.
- 2 Soft tissue injuries and healing.
- 3 Nerve injuries and repair.
- 4 Fractures and healing.
- 5 Fractures — principles of management.
- 6 Complications of fractures.
- 7 Major trauma.
- 8 Congenital malformations.
- 9 Generalised orthopaedic conditions.
- 10 Inflammatory conditions.
- 11 Degenerative conditions.
- 12 Neoplastic conditions of bone and soft tissue.
- 13 Infections.
- 14 Metabolic diseases of bone.
- 15 Examination of the musculoskeletal system.
Part 2: Regional orthopaedics.
- 16 The forearm, wrist and hand.
- 17 The elbow.
- 18 The shoulder and upper arm.
- 19 The spine.
- 20 The pelvis.
- 21 The hip and thigh.
- 22 The knee and lower leg.
- 23 The foot and ankle.
- 24 Orthopaedic techniques.