Part of the new Core Knowledge in Orthopaedics series, this new
resource provides concise and practical coverage of the most
essential knowledge in orthopaedics and sports medicine for infants
and children. It opens with a review of the differences between the
pediatric and adult skeletons, and continues with a chapter
covering physical examination techniques for paediatric patients.
The book then explores a broad range of individual orthopaedic
problems and disorders. Abundant tables, algorithms, and specially
designed diagrams assist readers in mastering key concepts quickly
"Dormans summarizes essential knowledge on pediatric orthopedics and sports medicine in a detailed outline style featuring numerous headings and bullet points, as well as b&w photos and medical images on almost every page and imaging tips..."-Book News, Inc.
Chapter 1 Normal Growth and Development in Pediatric Orthopaedics Chapter 2 Pediatric Musculoskeletal Exam Chapter 3 Introduction to Trauma Chapter 4 Upper Extremity Trauma Chapter 5 Trauma Related to the Lower Extremity Chapter 6 Spine and Pelvis Trauma Chapter 7 Sports Medicine Chapter 8 Upper Extremity Disorders Chapter 9 Pediatric Lower Limb Disorders Chapter 10 Hip Disorders Not submitted yet Chapter 11 Spinal Disorders Chapter 12 Musculoskeletal Tumors in Children Chapter 13 Musculoskeletal Infection Chapter 14 Skeletal Dysplasias Chapter 15 Metabolic Disorders of Bone Chapter 16 Synovial Disorders Chapter 17 Neuromuscular Disorders Cerebral Palsy Chapter 18 Neuromuscular Disorders of Infancy and Childhood and Arthrogryposis Chapter 19 Neuromuscular Disorders: Myelomeningocele