Lippincott's Primary Care Orthopedics, 2nd Edition

  • Paul A. Lotke
  • Published By: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • ISBN-10: 1469830051
  • ISBN-13: 9781469830056
  • DDC: 617.4
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 400 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released February 2015
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013

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Part of the highly respected Primary Care Series, this2nd edition of Lippincott's Primary Care Orthopaedics provides family practitioners, internists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and osteopathic and chiropractic physicians with the reference source they need to confidently diagnose and treat the most common musculoskeletal patient injuries seen in an office setting. This full-color, highly illustrated volume is designed to deliver the most useful information in a consistent and easy-to-reference format. Each chapter opens with a quick synopsis of the problem, followed by treatment recommendations and clinical pearls. Important sections like "Clinical Points", "Not to be Missed", and "When to Refer" are highlighted to better guide the busy physician in making treatment decisions.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Introduction to Lippincott's Primary Care Series.
1: Lumbosacral Spine.
2: Herniated Disk.
3: Lumbosacral Strain.
4: Degenerative Lumbar Spinal Stenosis.
5: Thoracolumbar Spine.
6: Adult Degenerative Scoliosis.
7: Vertebral Compression Fractures.
8: Cervical Spine.
9: Cervical Strain: Whiplash.
10: Cervical Disk Degeneration.
11: Cervical Disk Herniation.
12: Cervical Spinal Stenosis.
13: Hip.
14: Hip Pain in the Young: Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI).
15: Osteoarthritis of the Hip.
16: Nontraumatic Osteonecrosis of the Femoral Head.
17: Miscellaneous Hip Conditions: Coxa Saltans (“The Snapping Hip”), Trochanteric Bursitis, and Meralgia Paresthetica.
18: Knee.
19: Approach to the Knee: Management Algorithm.
20: Chondromalacia Patella: Anterior Knee Pain in the Young Patient.
21: Prepatellar Bursitis: Housemaid's Knee.
22: Overuse Syndrome.
23: Medial Collateral Ligament Sprain.
24: Torn Meniscus.
25: Degenerative Joint Disease/Osteoarthritis.
26: Miscellaneous Problems: Pes Anserinus Bursitis, Knee Effusion, and Baker Cyst.
27: Ankle.
28: Achilles Tendon Injuries.
29: Ankle Sprains.
30: Fractured Fibula (Nondisplaced/Avulsion Fracture).
31: Retrocalcaneal Bursitis.
32: Foot.
33: Bunion/Hallux Valgus.
34: Metatarsalgia.
35: Plantar Fasciitis.
36: Interdigital Neuritis (Morton Neuroma).
37: Hammer Toes.
38: Adult Flatfoot.
39: Osteoarthritis: Foot/Ankle Joints.
40: Stress Fractures of the Foot.
41: Diabetic Foot.
42: Shoulder.
43: Approach to Shoulder.
44: Tendinitis/Bursitis/Subacromial Impingement.
45: Calcific Tendinitis.
46: Acromioclavicular Joint Arthritis.
47: Rotator Cuff Tear.
48: Shoulder Instability (Multidirectional and Unidirectional).
49: Shoulder Arthritis.
50: Frozen Shoulder.
51: Elbow.
52: Lateral Epicondylitis.
53: Olecranon Bursitis.
54: Wrist.
55: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
56: De Quervain Tendinitis.
57: Ganglion Cyst.
58: Hand.
59: Trigger Finger.
60: Ganglia of the Hand.
61: Osteoarthritis at the Base of the Thumb (Carpometacarpal Joint).
62: Dupuytren Contracture.
63: Finger Dislocation.
64: Skin/Soft Tissue Injury/Infection.
65: Common Pediatric Orthopaedic Problems.
66: Intoeing.
67: Bowed Legs.
68: Flatfoot.
69: Perthes Disease.
70: Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis.
71: Septic Arthritis of the Hip.
72: General Medical Problems.
73: Osteoporosis.
74: Crystal-Induced Arthritis.
75: Rheumatoid Arthritis.
76: Fibromyalgia and Regional Pain Syndromes.
77: Perioperative Management of the Knee or Hip Joint Replacement Patient.
78: The Use of Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs.
79: The Use of Corticosteroid Preparations: Intra-Articular and Soft Tissue Injections.
80: Technical Injections and Casts/Splints.
81: Injection Techniques for Joints and Bursa.
82: Splints and Braces.
83: Rehabilitation and Home Physical Therapy.
84: Cervical Spine Rehabilitation.
85: Shoulder Rehabilitation.
86: Elbow Rehabilitation.
87: Hand and Wrist Rehabilitation.
88: Lumbar Rehabilitation.
89: Hip Rehabilitation.
90: Knee Rehabilitation.
91: Foot and Ankle Rehabilitation.
92: Patient Information Sheets.