Jeffrey S. Abrams, MD, Robert H. Bell, MD, and John M. Tokish, MD, Editors
*COMING June 2016, Approx. 700 pages, Approx. 26 surgical, videos Text and online video
Master the technical pearls that get these surgeries right
Developed in collaboration with the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons, here is the complete state of the art for shoulder surgery in 2016.
- Techniques, tips, and strategies from more than 130 leading surgeons
- Step-by-step guidance through 60+ surgical challenges
- The latest evidence to support solid decision making
More than 130 leading surgeons guide you through 60+ surgical challenges, including minimally invasive techniques for instability, rotator cuff pathology, and arthritis. Now in a case-based format: each author describes the case, addresses alternative approaches and controversies, and offers evidence and experience to support the recommended approach.
Intraoperative photos, illustrations, and in many cases, the author’s own narrated video demonstrate the technical pearls and accelerate your learning curve. Yet the clear and concise chapter organization allows you to find specific answers quickly.
Sixty-two chapters within these major sections:
• The solid foundations for successful shoulder surgery
• Glenohumeral instability and labral pathology
• Rotator cuff pathology
• Acromioclavicular pathology
• The stiff shoulder
• Glenohumeral arthritis
• Proximal humerus fractures
• Clavicular trauma
• Scapular fractures
• Management of neuromuscular deficits