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Advanced Reconstruction Spine PDF
Developed in collaboration with the North American Spine Society (NASS), this techniques-oriented book provides concise procedural guidance from surgical approach to wound closure.
Each chapter is liberally illustrated with full color intraoperative photographs and includes pearls from master spine surgeons.
Prepare for complicated cases such as Cervical Spine (Anterior), Cervical Spine (Posterior), Thoracic Spine, Lumbar Spine (Anterior), Lumbar Spine (Posterior), Special Patient Populations and other Miscellaneous Issues.
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Chapters are clearly organized for efficient pre-surgical review and include:
Indications, Contraindications, Alternative Treatments, Results, Techniques (Setup and Exposure), Instruments, Equipment, Implants Required, Wound closure, Postoperative Regimen, Avoiding Pitfalls and Complications and Coding.
Covering disorders of the entire spine, this concise and accessible text guides you step-by-step through a wide range of techniques, from surgical approach to wound closure. Developed in collaboration with the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), this powerful resource puts the expertise of top surgeons at your fingertips–pearls, tips, and techniques that reflect the leading edge of reconstructive spine surgery.
The chapters in Advanced Reconstruction: Spine are uniformly organized, each containing standard sections on indications, contraindications and alternative treatments. A section on results briefly reviews the literature supporting or criticizing the procedure. The equipment and surgical preparation necessary to complete the procedure are described, as are tips for avoiding pitfalls and complications. The heart of each chapter is a step-by-step guide to the procedure as performed by the author, an expert in that particular technique. Each author was asked to include intraoperative photographs clearly illustrating the steps in the surgical technique.
1. Section 1: Cervical Spine (23 techniques covered)
2. Section 2: Thoracic Spine (16 techniques covered)
3. Section 3: Lumbar Spine (27 techniques covered)
4. Section 4: Special Topics (5 techniques covered)