eBook Classic Papers in Orthopaedics, 1st Edition

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  • DDC: 617.3
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  • 624 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2014 | Published/Released June 2014
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Orthopedic experts in their field have carefully chosen what they consider to be the key papers in their respective domains. Every paper is carefully described and evaluated by its strengths, weaknesses and its contribution to the field. Papers have been chosen by number of citations, academic importance, articles that have changed our whole way of thinking or that have simply stood the test of time.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
1: Main Introduction.
2: Main Introduction.
3: Classic Papers in Hip Surgery: Introduction.
4: Classic papers in Hip Surgery: Introduction.
5: Traumatic Arthritis of the Hip After Dislocation and Acetabular Fractures: Treatment by Mold Arthroplasty: An End-Result Study Using a New Method of Result Evaluation.
6: Functional Results of Hip Arthroplasty with Acrylic Prosthesis.
7: Clinical and Radiographic Evaluation of Total Hip Replacement. A Standard System of Terminology for Reporting Results.
8: Prognosis of Total Hip Replacement in Sweden: Follow-Up of 92,675 Operations Performed 1978–1990.
9: Improved Cementing Techniques and Femoral Component Loosening in Young Patients with Hip Arthroplasty: A 12-Year Radiographic Review.
10: “Modes of Failure” of Cemented Stem-Type Femoral Components: A Radiographic Analysis of Loosening.
11: Radiological Demarcation of Cemented Sockets in Total Hip Replacement.
12: Femoral Component Loosening Using Contemporary Techniques of Femoral Cement Fixation.
13: The Correlation Between the Roentgenographic Appearance and Operative Findings at the Bone-Cement Junction of the Socket in Charnley Low Friction Arthroplasties.
14: Porous-Coated Hip Replacement. The Factors Governing Bone Ingrowth, Stress Shielding, and Clinical Results.
15: Total Hip Arthroplasty. A Review of Three Hundred and Thirty Three Cases with Long Follow-Up.
16: Ten-Year Follow-Up Study of Total Hip Replacement.
17: A Ten-Year Follow-Up of one Hundred Consecutive Müller Curved-Stem Total Hip Replacement Arthroplasties.
18: Total Hip Replacement in Patients Younger Than Thirty Years Old: A Five-Year Follow-Up Study.
19: The Long Term Results of Low Friction Arthroplasty of the Hip Performed as a Primary Intervention.
20: Reactions of the Articular Capsule to Wear Products of Artificial Joint Prostheses.
21: The Initiation of Failure in Cemented Femoral Components of Hip Arthroplasties.
22: Periprosthetic Bonr Loss in Total Hip Arthroplasty: Polythylene Wear Debris and the Concept of the Effective Joint Space.
23: Production of Cytokines Around Loosened Cemented Acetabular Components: Analysis with Immunohistochemical Techniques and In Situ Hybridization.
24: The Effect of Comformity, Thickness, and Material on Stresses in Ultra-High Molecular Weight Components for Total Joint Replacement.
25: Metallic Wear in Failed Titanium-Alloy Total Hip Replacements: A Histological and Quantitative Analysis.
26: Effect of Femoral Head Size on Wear of the Polyethylene Acetabular Component.
27: Ectopic Ossification Following Total Hip Replacement: Incidence and a Method of Classification.
28: Dislocations After Total Hip Arthroplasty.
29: Dislocations After Total Hip-Replacement Arthoplasties.
30: The Synovial-Like Membrane at the Bone-Cement Interface in Loose Total Hip Replacements and Its Proposed Role in Bone Lysis.
31: Idiopathic Bone Necrosis of the Femoral Head. Early Diagnosis and Treatment.
32: Total Hip Replacement in Congenital Dislocation and Dysplasia of the Hip.
33: Changes in Trabecular Pattern of the Upper End of the Femur as an Index of Osteoporosis.
34: Classic Papers in Knee, Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy: Introduction.
35: Classic Papers in Knee, Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy: Introduction.
36: Stiffness and Laxity of the Knee: The Contributions of the Supporting Structures: A Quantitative In Vitro Study.
37: Ligamentous Restraints to Anterior-Posterior Drawer in the Human Knee: A Biomechanical Study.
38: Biomechancial Analysis of Human Ligament Grafts Used in Knee-Ligament Repairs and Reconstructions.
39: Fate of the ACL-Injured Patient: A Prospective Outcome Study.
40: Knee Injury Patterns Among Men and Women in Collegiate Basketball and Soccer: NCAA Data and Review of Literature.
41: The Symptomatic Anterior Cruciate-Deficient Knee. Part I: The Long-Term Functional Disability in Athletically Active Individuals.
42: Biochemical Changes in the Cartilage of the Knee in Experimental and Natural Osteoarthritis in the Dog.
43: Two- to 9-Year Outcome After Autologous Chondrocyte Transplantation of the Knee.
44: A Comparison of Four Models of Total Knee-Replacement Prostheses.
45: Knee Joint Changes After Meniscectomy.
46: Late Results After Meniscectomy.
47: Factors Effecting Late Results After Meniscectomy.
48: The Etiology of Chondromalacia Patellae.
49: Roentgenographic Analysis of Patellofemoral Congruence.
50: The Knee Society Total Knee Arthoplasty Roentgenographic Evaluation and Scoring System.
51: Rationale of the Knee Society Clinical Rating System.
52: Rating Systems in the Evaluation of Knee Ligament Injuries.
53: Injuries to Runners.
54: Classic Papers in Foot and Ankle Surgery: Introduction.
55: Classic Papers in Foot and Ankle Surgery: Introduction.
56: Operative Versus Nonoperative Treatment of Acute Achilles Tendon Ruptures: A Multicenter Randomized Trial Using Accelerated Functional Rehabilitation.
57: Clinical Rating Systems for the Ankle-Hindfoot, Midfoot, Hallux, and Lesser Toes.
58: A Method of Forefoot Reconstruction.
59: Fractures of Neck of Talus.
60: Operative Compared with Nonoperative Treatment of Displaced Intra-articular Calcaneal Fractures: A Prospective, Randomized, Controlled Multicenter Trial.
61: Sprained Ankles. VI. Surgical Treatment of Chronic Ligament Ruptures.
62: Classic Papers in Spine Surgery: Introduction.
63: Classic Papers in Spine Surgery: Introduction.
64: A Study of the Natural History of Back Pain: Part I: Development of a Reliable and Sensitive Measure of Disability in Low-Back Pain.
65: Abnormal Magnetic-Resonance Scans of the Lumbar Spine in Asymptomatic Subjects. A Prospective Investigation.
66: Volvo Award in Clinical Sciences: A New Clinical Model for the Treatment of Low-Back Pain.
67: Lumbar Disc Herniation: A Controlled, Prospective Study with Ten Years of Observation Alexander D. L. Baker.
68: Physical Measurements as Risk Indicators for Low-Back Trouble Over a One-Year Period.
69: Risk Factors in Low-back Pain. An Epidemiological Survey.
70: Conservative Treatment of Acute and Chronic Nonspecific Low-back Pain: A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials of the Most Common Interventions.
71: Nonorganic Physical Signs in Low-Back Pain.
72: Treatment of Scoliosis Correction and Internal Fixation by Spine Instrumentation.
73: A Radicular Syndrome from Developmental Narrowing of the Lumbar Vertebal Canal.
74: A Prospective, Randomized Study of Lumbar Fusion: Preliminary Results.
75: Fractures of the Odontoid Process of the Axis.
76: The Three Column Spine and Its Significance in the Classification of Acute Thoracolumbar Spinal Injuries.
77: The Treatment of Certain Cervical- Spine Disorders by Anterior Removal of the Intervertebral Disc and Interbody Fusion.
78: Classic Papers in Upper Limb Surgery: Introduction.
79: Classic Papers in Upper Limb Surgery: Introduction.
80: Anterior Acromioplasty for the Chronic Impingement Syndrome in the Shoulder: A Preliminary Report.
81: Impingement Lesions.
82: Stabilizing Mechanisms Preventing Anterior Dislocation of the Glenohumeral Joint.
83: The Bankart Procedure: A Long-Term End-Result Study.
84: Inferior Capsular Shift for Involuntary Inferior and Multidirectional Instability of the Shoulder. A Preliminary Report.
85: A Clinical Method for Functional Assessment of the Shoulder.
86: Displaced Proximal Humerus Fractures. Part I: Classification and Evaluation.
87: Recent Experience in Total Shoulder Replacement.
88: Normal and Abnormal Motion of the Shoulder.
89: Classic Papers in Hand and Wrist Surgery: Introduction.
90: Classic Papers in Hand and Wrist Surgery: Introduction.
91: The Carpal-Tunnel Syndrome: Seventeen Years’ Experience in Diagnosis and Treatment of Six Hundred Fifty-Four Hands.
92: The Prehensile Movements of the Human Hand.
93: Evaluation of Healed Colles' Fractures.
94: A Self-Administered Questionnaire for the Assessment of Severity of Symptoms and Functional Status in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
95: Traumatic Instability of the Wrist. Diagnosis, Classification, and Pathomechanics.
96: Intra-articular Fractures of the Distal End of the Radius in Young Adults.
97: The Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. A Study of Carpal Canal Pressures.
98: Complications of Colles Fractures.
99: Interfascicular Nerve-Grafting of the Median and Ulnar Nerves.
100: Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex Lesions—A Classification.
101: Classic Papers in Basic Science I: Introduction.
102: Classic Papers in Basic Science I: Introduction.
103: Cell Origin and Differentiation in the Repair of Full-Thickness Defects of Articular Cartilage.
104: The Response of Articular Cartilage to Mechanical Injury.
105: Biochemical and Metabolic Abnormalities in Aricular Cartilage from Osteo-arthritic Human Hips. II: Correlation of Morphology with Biochemical and Metabolic Data.
106: Articular Cartilage. Part II: Degeneration and Osteoarthrosis, Repair, Regeneration, and Transplantation.
107: Walking Patterns of Normal Men.
108: Measurement of Lower Extremity Kinematics During Level Walking.
109: Repeatability of Kinematic, Kinetic, and Electromyographic Data in Normal Adult Gait.
110: The Major Determinants in Normal and Pathological Gait.
111: The Normal Vascular Anatomy of the Femoral Head in Adult Man.
112: Humeral Hypertrophy in Response to Exercise.
113: Interrater Reliability of a Modified Ashworth Scale of Muscle Spasticity.
114: Calcium Phosphate Ceramics as Hard Tissue Prosthetics.
115: Classic Papers in Basic Science II: Introduction.
116: Classic Papers in Basic Science II: Introduction.
117: Biosynthetic Response of Cartilage Explants to Dynamic Compression.
118: A Direct Spectrophotometric Microassay for Sulphated Glycosaminoglycans in Cartilage Cultures.
119: Chemical Basis for the Histological use of Safranin O in the Study of Articular Cartilage.
120: The Biological Effect of Continuous Passive Motion on the Healing of Full-Thickness Defects in Articular Cartilage. An Experimental Investigation in the Rabbit.
121: Mesenchymal Cell-Based Repair of Large Full Thickness Defects of Articular Cartilage.
122: Mesenchymal Stem Cells.
123: Bone: Formation by Autoinduction.
124: Tendon Healing in a Bone Tunnel: A Biomechanical and Histological Study in the Dog.
125: The Compressive Behavior of Bone as a Two-Phase Porous Structure.
126: Quantitative Microradiographic Studies of Normal and Osteoporotic Bone.
127: Bone Morphogenetic Protein.
128: Classic Papers in Orthopaedic Oncology: Introduction.
129: Classic Papers in Orthopaedic Oncology: Introduction.
130: The Registry of Bone Sarcomas as an Example of the End-Result Idea in Hospital Organization.
131: Osteogenic Sarcoma. A Study of Six Hundred Cases.
132: Osteogenic Sarcoma; a Study Based on 133 Patients.
133: Metastatic Disease in Long Bones. A Proposed Scoring System for Diagnosing Impending Pathologic Fractures.
134: Chemotherapy, En Bloc Resection and Prosthetic Bone Replacement in the Treatment of Osteogenic Sarcoma.
135: The Treatment of Soft-Tissue Sarcomas of the Extremities. Prospective Randomized Evaluations of (1) Limb-Sparing Surgery Plus Radiation Therapy Compared with Amputation and (2) the Role of Adjuvant Chemotherapy.
136: Preoperative Versus Postperative Radiotherapy in Soft-Tissue of the Limbs: A Randomised Trial.
137: A System for the Surgical Staging of Musculoskeletal Sarcoma.
138: A System for the Functional Evaluation of Reconstructive Procedures After Surgical Treatment of Tumors of the Musculoskeletal System.
139: The Hazards of Biopsy in Patients with Malignant Primary Bone and Soft-Tissue Tumors.
140: Fracture Healing: Introduction.
141: Classic Papers in Trauma and Fracture Healing: Introduction.
142: The Influence of Induced Micromovent Upon the Healing of Experimental Tibial Fractures.
143: Morbidity at Bone Graft Donor Sites.
144: Osseointegrated Titanium Implants: Requirements for Ensuring a Long-Lasting, Direct Bone-to-Implant Anchorage in Man.
145: Regulation of Bone Formation by Applied Dynamic Loads.
146: Closed Intramedullary Nailing of Femoral Fractures. A Report of Five Hundred and Twenty Cases.
147: The Tension-Stress Effect on the Genesis and Growth of Tissues Part I. The Influence of Stability of Fixation and Soft-Tissue Preservation.
148: The Tension-Stress Effect on the Genesis and Growth of Tissues: Part II. The Influence of the Rate and Frequency of Distraction.
149: Prevantion of Infection in the Treatment of One Thousand and Twenty-Five Open Fractures of Long Bones. Retrospective and Prospective Analyses.
150: The Biology of Fracture Healing in Long Bones.
151: The Healing of Segmental Bone Defects, Induced by Recombinant Human Bone Morphogenetic Protein (rhBMP-2): A Radiographic, Histological, and Biomechanical Study in Rats.
152: Early Versus Delayed Stabilization of Femoral Fractures.
153: Classic Papers in Orthopaedic Pediatrics: Introduction.
154: Classic Papers in Orthopaedic Paediatric: Introduction.
155: Acute Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis: The Importance of Physeal Stability.
156: Surgical Dislocation of the Adult Hip: A Technique with Full Access to the Femoral Head and Acetabulum Without the Risk of Avascular Necrosis.
157: The Natural History of Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease.
158: Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease. Part II: Prospective Multicenter Study of the Effect of Treatment on Outcome.
159: Classification of Hip Joint Dysplasia by Means of Sonography.
160: First Fifteen Years Personal-Experience with Innominate Osteotomy in Treatment of Congenital Dislocation and Subluxation of Hip.
161: A Harness for Treatment of Congenital Hip Dislocation in Infants.
162: Congenital Dislocation of the Hip: Development of the Joint After Closed Reduction.
163: Congenital Club Foot: The Result of Treatment.
164: Development and Realibility of a System to Classify Gross Motor Function in Children with Cerebral Palsy.
165: Hip Dislocation and Subluxation in Cerebral Palsy.
166: Injuries Involving the Epiphyseal Plate.
167: Limb Lengthening by Callus Distraction (Callotasis).
168: Differentiating Between Septic Arthritis and Transient Synovitis of the Hip in Children: An Evidence-Based Clinical Prediction Algorithm.
169: Miscellaneous Topics.
170: Levels of Evidence.
171: How to Review a Scientific Manuscript.
172: How to Get Published and Impact Factors.