This comprehensive volume reflects current knowledge and pioneering techniques in its extensively revised and updated text, illustrations, and procedural videos, and features new Opinion Editorials and a new, easy-to-follow organization and layout. Prev. ed.: 2016.
For 30 years, Rockwood and Matsen's The Shoulder has been the definitive leading reference for the evaluation and management of shoulder disorders. The 6th Edition continues the tradition of excellence with close oversight by world-renowned shoulder surgeon senior editor Frederick A. Matsen III along with co-editors Frank A. Cordasco, John W. Sperling and expert contributing authors from around the world. This comprehensive volume reflects current knowledge and pioneering techniques in its extensively revised and updated text, illustrations, and procedural videos, and features new Opinion Editorials and a new, easy-to-follow organization and layout. Shoulder surgeons of all levels, as well as residents, students, therapists, and basic scientists, will benefit from this must-have reference on all aspects of the shoulder. Provides how-to guidance on the full range of both tried-and-true and recent surgical techniques, including both current arthroscopic methods and the latest approaches in arthroplasty. Presents content in a new, easy-to-digest format with a restructured table of contents and an updated chapter layout for faster, more intuitive navigation. Features 17 new Opinion Editorial chapters authored by key international thought leaders in shoulder and upper limb orthopaedics who were given free rein to discuss a topic of great personal importance. Sample topics include Revision Shoulder Arthroplasty: Tips to Facilitate Component Removal and Reconstruction and Use and Abuse of the Latarjet Procedure. Contains new and updated content on instability repair, cuff repair, fracture management, and infection and outcome assessment, as well as greatly expanded coverage of arthroscopy. Includes more than 60 updated video clips that provide step-by-step guidance on key procedures, as well as 2,200 full-color illustrations, x-rays, scans, and intraoperative photographs. Offers scientifically based coverage of shoulder function and dysfunction to aid in the decision-making process. Extends viewpoints on different procedures with expert opinions from international authorities, including dissenting and alternative views. Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
Table of Contents
PART I. Introduction 1. Opinion Editorial - What Should Be Our Teaching Legacy PART II. Anatomy and Evaluation 2. Developmental Anatomy 3. Gross Anatomy of the Shoulder [ONLINE ONLY] 4. Clinical Evaluation of Shoulder Problems [ONLINE ONLY] 5. Radiographic Evaluation of Shoulder Problems [ONLINE ONLY] PART III. Shoulder Conditions in Children 6. Shoulder Conditions in Children PART IV. Shoulder Problems of Athletes 7. Throwing Athletes 8. Nonthrowing Athletes 9. Arthroscopic Surgery for Biceps-Labral Complex Disease 10. Tendon Tears in Athletes: Pectoralis Major, and Latissimus Dorsi and Teres Major PART V. Shoulder Arthroscopy 11. Opinion Editorial - The Development of Shoulder Arthroscopy: Achieving a Paradigm Shift in Orthopedic Surgery PART VI. Tumors of the Shoulder 12. Tumors and Related Conditions PART VII. Fractures of the Scapula, Clavicle, and Humerus PART VII. (PLACEHOLDER for previous edition figures) Section A. Fractures 13. Fractures of the Scapula 14. Fractures of the Clavicle 15. Fractures of the Proximal Humerus Section B. Expert Commentary 16. Opinion Editorial - Fractures of the Proximal Humerus PART VIII: Shoulder Stiffness 17. General Principles of Shoulder Stiffness 18. Primary Idiopathic Shoulder Stiffness: Frozen Shoulder 19. Acquired Shoulder Stiffness PART IX: Acromioclavicular and Sternoclavicular Joint Conditions PART IX: (PLACEHOLDER for Previous Edition Figures) Section A. Disorders of the Acromioclavicular Joint 20. Relevant Anatomy, Biomechanics, and Classification of AC Joint Disorders 21. Epidemiology, Clinical Presentation/Evaluation, Imaging, and Nonoperative Management of AC Joint Disorders (Atraumatic and Traumatic) 22. Open Management of Atraumatic and Traumatic Disorders of the AC Joint: Indications, Techniques, and Outcomes 23. Arthroscopic and Arthroscopic-Assisted Management of Atraumatic and Traumatic Disorders of the AC Joint: Indications, Techniques, and Outcomes 24. Complications Associated with Nonoperative and Operative Management Section B. Disorders of the Sternoclavicular Joint 25. Relevant Anatomy, Biomechanics, and Classification of SC Joint Disorders 26. Epidemiology, Clinical Presentation/Evaluation, Imaging, and Nonoperative Management of SC Joint Disorders (Atraumatic and Traumatic) 27. Open Management of Atraumatic Disorders of the SC Joint: Indications, Techniques, Outcomes, and Complications 28. Arthroscopic and Arthroscopic-Assisted Management of Atraumatic Disorders of the SC Joint: Indications, Techniques, and Outcomes 29. Open Management of Traumatic Disorders of the SC Joint: Indications, Techniques, Outcomes, and Complications PART X. Glenohumeral Instability PART X. (PLACEHOLDER for Previous Edition Figures) Section A. Anterior Instability 30. Anterior Instability - Epidemiology, History, PE, Imaging and Nonoperative Treatment 31. Anterior Instability - Arthroscopic Surgery and Outcomes 32. Anterior Instability - Open Surgery: Primary and Revision with Outcomes 33. Anterior Instability - Bone Augmentation Surgery: Primary and Revision with Outcomes Section B. Posterior Instability 34. Posterior Instability - Epidemiology, History, Physical Examination, Imaging, and Nonoperative Treatment 35. Posterior Instability - Operative Technique and Surgical Outcomes 36. Posterior Instability - Open and Bone Augmentation Surgery Section C. Multidirectional Instability 37. Multidirectional Instability - Epidemiology, History, Physical Examination, Imaging, and Nonoperative Treatment 38. Multidirectional Instability - Arthroscopic Treatment and Outcomes 39. Multidirectional Instability - Open Inferior Capsular Shift 40. Multidirectional Instability - Rehabilitation and Return to Sport Section D. Expert Commentary 41. Opinion Editorial - Concavity Compression 42. Opinion Editorial - Glenohumeral Instability in the Young Patient 43. Opinion Editorial - First-Time Shoulder Dislocation: My Approach 44. Opinion Editorial - Use and Abuse of the Latarjet Procedure 45. Opinion Editorial - Soft Tissue Bankart: Still the Gold Standard to Me PART XI: Sepsis 46. Sepsis Background 47. Molecular Mechanisms and Pathogenesis of Shoulder Sepsis 48. Clinical Management of Shoulder Sepsis PART XII: Shoulder Ultrasound 49. The 13-Point Shoulder Examination PART XIII. Rotator Cuff Lesions PART XIII. (PLACEHOLDER for Previous Edition Figures) Section A. The Rotator Cuff 50. Structure and Function of the Rotator Cuff 51. Epidemiology and Natural History of Rotator Cuff Disease 52. Evaluation of Rotator Cuff Pathology: History, Examination, and Imaging 53. Nonoperative Management of Rotator Cuff Disease 54. Rotator Cuff Repair: Tear Classification, Operative Techniques and Outcomes 55. Rehabilitation After Rotator Cuff Repair 56. Approach to the Irreparable Cuff Tear and Failed Cuff Repair Section B. Expert Commentary 57. Opinion Editorial - Lessons Learned Treating Patients with Failed Rotator Cuff Repairs PART XIV: Nerve Problems About the Shoulder Section A. Nerve Problems 58. Nerve Problems Related to the Shoulder Section B. Expert Commentary 59. Opinion Editorial - Paralysis and Nerve Injuries Around the Shoulder PART XV: Glenohumeral Arthritis Section A. Arthritis 60. Evaluation and Management of Glenohumeral Arthritis 61. The Role of Arthroscopy in the Evaluation and Management of Glenohumeral Arthritis Section B. Expert Commentary 62. Opinion Editorial - Defining the Ideal Indications and Surgical Technique for an Anatomic TSA for Primary Osteoarthritis of the Shoulder 63. Opinion Editorial - Reconstructing the Glenoid in Total Shoulder Arthroplasty 64. Opinion Editorial - Bone Grafts in Shoulder Arthroplasty: What Is Their Role 65. Opinion Editorial - Trials and Tribulations of Bringing the Reverse to the United States 66. Opinion Editorial - Revision Shoulder Arthroplasty: Tips to Facilitate Component Removal and Reconstruction PART XVI: Occupational Shoulder Problems 67. Occupational Shoulder Problems PART XVII: Assessing the Effectiveness of Treatment 68. Assessing the Effectiveness of Treatment PART XVIII. Concluding Remarks 69. Opinion Editorial - A Framework for Innovation in Shoulder Surgery 70. Opinion Editorial - Treating Patients with Shoulder Problems: Technique vs. Technology