By Mark J. Sokolowski
This publication is a priceless instrument for learning and reviewing key ideas in
orthopedic surgical procedure. Written in a question-and-answer structure, this assessment checks
readers' wisdom of surgical anatomy, biomechanics, and the rules of
diagnosis and remedy of universal and infrequent pathologies. each one bankruptcy covers a
different anatomic quarter, permitting fast connection with subject matters of curiosity. The
book additionally positive factors extra chapters on simple technology in addition to vital
clinical innovations on the topic of oncologic administration, pediatric surgical procedure, and
- 5,276 questions and solutions that supply accomplished
coverage of crucial strategies
- Two-column layout with questions about the left and
answers at the correct for swift evaluate
- Emphasis on particular info which are usually validated
in a ultimate bankruptcy, "Last-Minute quick overview of chosen Topics"
Designed for citizens, orthopedic surgeons, and clinical scholars, this publication is perfect as a supplemental examine reduction in coaching for board examinations and as a refresher ahead of acting surgeries.
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Curve <25 degrees Rib–vertebral angle difference (RVAD) <20 degrees 448. Curve convexity 449. Combined anterior and posterior fusion 450. To delay surgery until greater maturity If RVAD is increasing 451. If RVAD >20 degrees, then brace If progresses, then operate Juvenile Idiopathic Scoliosis 452. What age group is affected by juvenile idiopathic scoliosis? 453. What is the most common curve type? 454. How does the risk of progression compare with the risk of AIS? 455. What are the two general treatment options?
What is the first step in the development of AVN? 58. What are the next three steps? What stage is weakest and thus most likely to result in collapse? 59. What percentage of AVNs are bilateral? 60. What Ficat/Steinberg stage corresponds to subchondral collapse? 61. The Association Research Circulation Osseous (ARCO) classification also classifies AVN progression based on what parameter? 62. What is the radiographic sign of subchondral collapse? What does it actually represent? 63. What imaging study has the highest sensitivity and specificity for detecting early AVN?
3 years of age 442. Male 443. Plagiocephaly (flat skull) Congenital defects 444. 20% 445. Left thoracic curve 446. Phase I: no rib/vertebral overlap Phase II: rib/vertebral overlap is present All phase II curves progress 447. Curve <25 degrees Rib–vertebral angle difference (RVAD) <20 degrees 448. Curve convexity 449. Combined anterior and posterior fusion 450. To delay surgery until greater maturity If RVAD is increasing 451. If RVAD >20 degrees, then brace If progresses, then operate Juvenile Idiopathic Scoliosis 452.