Surgery of the Injured Hand: Towards Functional Restoration: Towards Functional Restoration

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byR Venkataswami

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The latest surgical treatment protocols for restoring the injured hand

This well-illustrated, full-color text covers every aspect of surgery on the injured hand with the goal of full usage restoration.

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  • Includes contributions from authorities on trauma as well as vascular, neurological, orthopaedic, plastic, and general reconstructive principles from the cervical spine to the fingers
  • Full-color presentation with numerous photos

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The latest surgical treatment protocols for restoring the injured handThis well-illustrated, full-color text covers every aspect of surgery on the injured hand with the goal of full usage restoration.Features:Includes contributions from authorities on trauma as well as vascular, neurological, orthopaedic, plastic, and general reconstru...

R. Venkataswami, MS, MCh, FAMS, FRCS, DSc, is Head of the Department, Micro Surgery and Plastic Surgery, Apollo's National Institute for Reconstructive Hand Surgery, Tamil Nadu, India.
Format:Book & ToyDimensions:585 pages, 11 × 8.7 × 1.19 inPublished:April 14, 2010Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:007166730X

ISBN - 13:9780071667302

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Table of Contents

Contents

1. History of Hand Surgery ................................................................................................................................... 1

Sunil Thirkannad, Prof Harold Kleinert

2. Structural Basis of Functioning of the Hand ................................................................................................... 6

H Srinivasan

3. Organisation of Hand Injury Services ............................................................................................................ 38

R Venkataswami

4. Basic Techniques and Instrumentation in Hand Surgery ............................................................................ 48

K Sridhar

5. Examination of Hand ....................................................................................................................................... 70

R Venkataswami

6. Aesthetic Prosthesis in Hand Injuries ............................................................................................................ 84

Robert Pho, Michael EL Leow, Barry P Pereira

7. Anaesthesia in Hand Surgery .......................................................................................................................... 94

V Nagaswamy

8. Treatment of Finger Tip and Nail Injuries ................................................................................................... 103

Guy Foucher, Giorgio Pajardi (Sudion Mano, Milano)

9. Avulsion Injuries in the Fingers ................................................................................................................... 119

Guy Foucher, Jose Medine

10. Refinements of Pedicle Flaps for Soft Tissue Cover in the Upper Limb ................................................. 134

S Raja Sabapathy

11. Primary Composite Reconstruction of the Hand ........................................................................................ 142

Luis R Scheker, Michel Saint-Cyr

12. Management of Complex Injuries of the Upper Extremity Proximal to the Wrist ................................ 153

S Raja Sabapathy, S Rajasekaran

13. Osteoplastic Method of Thumb Reconstruction .......................................................................................... 164

R Venkataswami

14. Pollicisation in Hand Mutilations .................................................................................................................. 171

Guy Foucher, Patrick Lorea

15. Microsurgical Reconstruction of the Thumb ............................................................................................... 179

Wayne A Morrison, KJ Cronin

16. Trimmed Great Toe Transplantation (TTT) for Thumb Reconstruction ................................................... 195

Fu-Chan Wei, Vivek Jain

17. Microsurgical Finger Reconstruction with Toe Transfers .......................................................................... 203

Betul Gozel Ulusal, Ali Engin Ulusal, Fu-Chan Wei

18. Reconstruction of Hand Loss after Wrist and Distal Forearm Amputation ............................................ 216

Simo K Vilkkixviii

19. Primary Flexor Tendon Surgery .................................................................................................................... 225

David Elliot

20. Secondary Flexor Tendon Surgery ................................................................................................................ 239

David Elliot

21. Complications of Flexor Tendon Injuries and their Management ............................................................ 255

Harold E Kleinert, Terry M Messer

22. Repair and Reconstruction of Extensor Tendons - Primary Repair ......................................................... 263

Edward T Mah

23. Principles and Practice of Nerve Repair ....................................................................................................... 288

M Hobson, R Lawson, Michael A Tonkin

24. Clinical Aspects of Peripheral Nerve Injuries ............................................................................................. 299

RD Lawson, Michael A Tonkin, Patrick P Fleming

25. Tendon Transfers in Peripheral Nerve Injuries, Principles of Tendon Transfers .................................... 313

Michael A Tonkin, Patrick P Fleming

26. The Management of Painful Nerves ............................................................................................................. 330

David Elliot

27. Adult Brachial Plexus Injuries ...................................................................................................................... 342

Christophe Oberlin

28. Rehabilitation following Primary Surgery in Adult Brachial Plexus Lesion ........................................... 356

Christophe Oberlin, F Tebal, JY Beanlieu, A Wahegaonkar

29. Pain following Brachial Plexus Injury and its Management ...................................................................... 361

Praveen Anand, Rolfe Birch

30. Obstetric Brachial Plexus Palsy .................................................................................................................... 366

Piero Raimondi, RM Cavallazzi

31. Secondary Reconstruction in Brachial Plexus Injuries .............................................................................. 386

Piero Raimondi

32. Non-operative Management of Fractures of the Hand Skeleton-Metacarpals and Phalanges ........... 404

R Venkataswami

33. Operative Fixation of Fractures of the Hand .............................................................................................. 411

Lam Chuan Teoh

34. Scaphoid Fractures ......................................................................................................................................... 435

Edward T Mah

35. Scapholunate Ligament Injuries ................................................................................................................... 451

Edward T Mah

36. Distal Radio Ulnar Joint Problems and Solutions ....................................................................................... 460

Luis R Scheker, Kagan Ozer, Bryan A Babb

37. Primary and Secondary Reconstruction in Thermal Burn Injuries .......................................................... 478

V Purushothaman

38. Major Vascular Injuries of the Upper Limb ................................................................................................. 491

N SekarSurgery of the Injured Handxix

39. Organisation of Microsurgery Service ......................................................................................................... 500

S Raja Sabapathy

40. Replantation of Upper Limb and Rehabilitation ......................................................................................... 504

Abraham G Thomas

41. Major Upper Limb Replantations and Rehabilitation ................................................................................. 519

Ashok Koul

42. Mini Groin Flaps in Finger Reconstruction ................................................................................................. 531

V Ramakrishnan

43. Radial Forearm Flap in Hand Reconstruction ............................................................................................. 538

William C Pederson

44. Coverage of the Hand with Fascial Flaps ..................................................................................................... 546

William C Pederson

45. Anterolateral Thigh Flap in Hand and Forearm Reconstruction .............................................................. 551

G Balakrishnan

46. Lateral Arm Flap in Resurfacing of Hand ................................................................................................... 556

Lam Chuan Teoh

47. Finger Joint Reconstruction by Toe Joint Transfers .................................................................................. 565

Tsu-Min Tsai, Saichol Wongtrakul

48. Surgical Opportunism in Primary Repair of the Injured Hand ................................................................ 577

John L Kelly, Prof Wayne A Morrison

Index ................................................................................................................................................................. 583

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