Biomechanics Of Spine Stabilization

Author: Edward C. Benzel
Editor: Thieme
ISBN: 1604067373
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Over the past two decades there have been major advances in the treatment of spinal disorders including anterior decompression of the neural structures as well as various forms of spinal stabilization by utilization of implants. These changes primarily reflect the development of better techniques of diagnosis and anesthesia, as well as new fusion procedures that are often supplemented with instrumentation. Biomechanics of Spine Stabilization bridges the gap that has existed between the physics of biomechanical research and the clinical arena. The book helps surgeons to plan treatments for the injured spine based on sound biomechanical principles - principles that will influence the surgeon's choice for the surgical approach, type of fusion and type of instrumentation. Biomechanics of Spine Stabilization begins with the essentials, proceeds gradually toward the development of an understanding of biomechanical principles, and, finally, provides a basis for clinical decision-making. These features make it a cover-to-cover must-read for anyone who is involved with the care of a patient with an unstable spine. Chocked full of illustrations, Biomechanics of Spine Stabilization includes: -Physical principles and kinematics -Segmental motion, stability and instability -Spine and neural element pathology -Surgical approaches and spinal fusion -Spinal instrumentation: General principles -Spinal instrumentation constructs: biomechanical attributes and clinical applications -Non-operative spinal stabilization -Special concepts and concerns -CD-ROM containing illustrations from book to create mental images of critical anatomical, biomechanical and clinical points

Principles And Practice Of Spine Surgery

Author: Alexander R. Vaccaro
Editor: Mosby Incorporated
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File Size: 35,76 MB
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Here's all the practical, must-know information needed to diagnose and manage a full range of spinal disorders. Written with the busy practitioner in mind, this brand-new resource provides a comprehensive overview of contemporary spine surgery, focusing on the key information and procedures needed in the day-to-day practice of spine surgery. Features the expertise of 106 highly renowned clinicians from a wide range of disciplines including orthopaedics, neurosurgery, pediatric neurosurgery, pain management, rehabilitation, and more. Comprehensively covers the full range of spinal pathologies in adults and children. Presents information in brief, highly illustrated chapters, enabling readers to quickly find the information they need. User-friendly format features hundreds of boxes that highlight key concepts in the text. Includes a wealth of tables that summarize disease processes.Explores hot topics in the field such as spinal deformities in osteoporosis · spinal infections · primary spinal tumors · anterior minimally invasive techniques of the lumbar spine · and more. Provides a wealth of clear line drawings on surgical technique. With 112 additional contributors+

Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

Author: Donna C. Aguilera
Editor: Mosby Incorporated
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File Size: 76,33 MB
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Cumulated Index Medicus

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File Size: 44,49 MB
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Rehabilitation R D Progress Reports

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File Size: 61,10 MB
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Journal Of Biomechanical Engineering

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Spine Surgery

Author: Edward C. Benzel
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File Size: 47,25 MB
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A major surgical reference work modelled loosely after Apuzzo: BRAIN SURGERY. The book is organized first by procedures, then by problem or disease. The focus is on surgical technique, emphasizing how to deal with particularly complex problems and how to avoid complications.

Biomechanics Of Musculoskeletal Injury

Author: Eric R. Gozna
Editor: Baltimore : Williams & Wilkins
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Clinical Biomechanics Of The Spine

Author: Augustus A. White
Editor: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
ISBN: 9780397503889
File Size: 74,57 MB
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Atlas Of Spine Trauma

Author: Daniel H. Kim
Editor: W B Saunders Company
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File Size: 13,67 MB
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Master the latest techniques in spine trauma surgery and achieve optimal outcomes! Over 600 outstanding step-by-step photographs and drawings, show you exactly how to perform today's most effective procedures for both adult and pediatric spine trauma patients. And, advanced insights from renowned neurologists and orthopaedists provide the expert know-how you need to avoid complications and overcome difficult clinical obstacles. Over 650 step-by-step, full-color surgical photos and line drawings demonstrate precisely how to proceed. A consistent, logical presentation allows for fast and easy reference - ideal both when initially learning procedures, and for a quick brush-up before heading into the OR. Detailed coverage of spine trauma in patients of various ages emphasizes vital differences in adult and pediatric anatomy, typical injury patterns, and operative approach. Combined orthopaedic and neurosurgical perspectives on spine trauma surgery ensure relevant and informative guidance for all spine surgeons at all levels of experience.

Schmidek Sweet Operative Neurosurgical Techniques

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This text examines indications, operative techniques, complications, and results for nearly every neurosurgical procedure.

The Thoracic Spine

Author: Edward C. Benzel
Editor: CRC Press
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File Size: 66,74 MB
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This valuable reference provides coverage on disorders of the thoracic spine including biomechanics, imaging, nonoperative therapies, indications/contraindications for surgery, exposures and techniques, monitoring, instrumentation, and complications. Anterior and posterior approaches are thoroughly covered as well as minimally invasive techniques for spine surgery. Topics covered range from common disorders to more complex problems, including deformity correction, tumor, degenerative disease, infection, and trauma. Treatment protocols are described for higher-risk subgroups such as pediatric, elderly, obese, osteopenic, critically ill, and spinal cord injury patients. The Thoracic Spine is an essential resource for surgeons who treat patients with spinal disorders. Add it to your library today!

The Cervical Spine

Author: Charles Richard Clark
Editor: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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File Size: 57,11 MB
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The updated third edition of this work presents advances in the diagnosis and treatment of cervical spine disorders. It provides guidance on basic and clinical research, diagnostic techniques, and therapeutic strategies. Coverage features discussions of surgical indications and techniques for specific diseases, including the use of internal fixation where appropriate. Detailed information is provided on diagnostic imaging modalities, such as magnetic resonance imaging. This edition also features a chapter on principles of intraoperative monitoring.

Clinical Biomechanics Of Spinal Manipulation

Author: Walter Herzog
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File Size: 69,10 MB
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This clinically oriented text focuses on biomechanics as it relates to spinal manipulative treatment, emphasising the applications to daily practice. Chapters cover basic mechanics, functional anatomy, mechanics of spinal manipulation, and the effects of spinal manipulation. A chapter of case studies illustrates the application of biomechanics to spinal manipulation. The first chapter contains an undergraduate level introduction to mechanics. Chapters 2 and 3 are concerned with the detailed functional anatomy of the lumbar, thoracic and cervical spine. Chapters 4 and 5 contain detailed and comprehensive accounts of the clinical biomechanics of spinal manipulation, and the physiological and neuromuscular effects produced by these manipulations, respectively. Chapter 6 concludes with a selected series of case studies taken directly from clinical practice.

Rehabilitation Of The Spine

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The Cumulative Book Index

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A world list of books in the English language.

Operative Spine Surgery

Author: William C. Welch
Editor: McGraw-Hill Medical Publishing
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File Size: 27,50 MB
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This book provides a synopsis of the underlying theory and practice of spine surgery. It emphasizes patient evaluation, operative and nonope rative procedures, intraoperative complications and long-term follow-u p.

Current Techniques In Spinal Stabilization

Author: Richard G. Fessler
Editor: McGraw-Hill
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File Size: 67,30 MB
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This work examines all instrumentation systems used in spinal surgery, and provides advice on the differences among systems, reviews how and when to use each system and makes recommendations on when one system should be used over another for optimal results.

The Cervical Spine

Author: Henry H. Sherk
Editor: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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File Size: 11,28 MB
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This comprehensive surgical atlas, designed to complement the definitive textbook, The Cervical Spine 2nd ed, presents the most common operative techniques used for treating disorders of the cervical spine in full illustrative detail. Coverage includes a complete discussion of surgical approaches. Prepared by the Cervical Spine Research Society under the direction of Dr Sherk, this surgical manual offers the expert advice of 27 leading authorities in the field. The narrative text that accompanies the visual presentation of each procedure highlights pertinent anatomy, physiology, biomechanics and complications.

Tumors Of The Spine

Author: Narayan Sundaresan
Editor: W B Saunders Company
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File Size: 57,60 MB
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A comprehensive and superbly illustrated reference of the diagnosis and management of spinal tumors. Covers general principles, radiology and pathology of spine tumors and pseudotumors, particle beam therapy, cryosurgery, osteosarcoma of the spine, surgical considerations and approaches such as trans-oral approach, complete spondylectomy and much more.