Key Clinical Topics in Orthopaedic Trauma
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Key Clinical Topics in Orthopaedic Trauma offers an indispensable practical guide for clinical practice and exam revision. Presented in an A to Z format, this book provides rapid access to the core topics in orthopaedic trauma.

By providing a collection of succinct topics that are easy to follow and essential to know, this invaluable book will enhance the clinical knowledge and practical skills of all trainees involved in orthopaedic trauma medicine.
- 1. Amputations - mangled extremities and decision making
- 2. Amputations prosthetics and rehabilitation
- 3. Ankle supination and pronation external rotation fractures
- 4. Ankle supination adduction and pr onation abduction fractures
- 5. Ankle talar fractures
- 6. Ankle Achilles tendon ruptures
- 7. Bone grafts
- 8. Bone loss options for reconstruction
- 9. Bone structure and physiology
- 10. Brachial plexus injury
- 11. Classification of fractures
- 12. Clavicle dislocation s
- 13. Clavicle fractures
- 14. Compartment syndrome
- 15. Complex regional pain syndrome
- 16. Crush injuries
- 17. Damage control orthopaedics and trauma physiology
- 18. Elbow dislocations and associated fractures
- 19. Elbow olecranon fractures
- 20. Elbow radial head and neck fractures
- 21. Fat embolism and acute respiratory distress syndrome
- 22. Femoral fractures distal
- 23. Femoral fractures periprosthetic
- 24. Femoral fractures shaft
- 25. Femoral fractures subtrochanteric
- 26. Femoral neck fractures - extracapsular
- 27. Femoral neck fractures intracapsular
- 28. Foot calcaneal fractures
- 29. Foot Lisfranc’s fractures and dislocations
- 30. Foot subtalar and
- Chopart’s dislocations
- 31. Foot mid - and forefoot fractures
- 32. Forearm distal radius fractures
- 33. Forearm Gal eazzi’s and Monteggia’s fractures
- 34. Forearm radius and ulna fractures
- 35. Fracture healing
- 36. Geriatric patients perioperative management of hip fractures
- 37. Guidelines in trauma
- 38. Gunshot injures
- 39. Hand and wrist carpal dislocations
- 40. Hand and wr ist carpal fractures
- 41. Hand and wrist metacarpal fractures
- 42. Hand and wrist phalangeal fractures
- 43. Hand and wrist scaphoid fractures
- 44. Hand and wrist tendon ruptures
- 45. Head injuries
- 46. Humerus fractures distal
- 47. Humerus fractures proximal
- 48. Imaging describing and interpreting
- 49. Imaging modalities
- 50. Implants circular external fixators
- 51. Implants monolateral external fixators
- 52. Implants intramedullary nails
- 53. Implants plates
- 54. Implants - screws
- 55. In fection
- 56 Initial management of fractures
- 57. Knee - cruciate ligament injuries
- 58. Knee - extensor mechanism disruption
- 59. Knee - meniscal injuries
- 60. Knee - patella fractures
- 61. Knee dislocations multiligament injuries
- 62. Major trauma advanced traum a life support principles
- 63. Major trauma networks
- 64. Malunion and deformity correction
- 65. Multiple casualties
- 66. Nail bed injuries
- 67. Nonunion
- 68. Open fractures
- 69 Osteoporosis and bone health
- 70. Paediatric clavicle fractures
- 71. Paediatric humeral fractures
- 72. Paediatric distal tibial and ankle fractures
- 73. Paediatric femoral fractures
- 74. Paediatric forearm fractures
- 75. Paediatric fractures nonaccidental injury
- 76. Paediatric humeral condylar fractures
- 77. Paediatric physeal fractures basic principles
- 78. Paediatric supracondylar humerus fractures
- 79. Paediatric tibial fractures
- 80. Pathological fractures
- 81. Pelvis acetabular fractures
- 82. Pelvis pelvic ring fractures
- 83. Peripheral nerve injury
- 84. Management of fractures nonoperative
- 85. Management of fractures operative
- 86. Resuscitation and massive transfusion
- 87. Septic arthritis child
- 88. Septic arthritis and crystal arthropathy adult
- 89. Shoulder dislocations
- 90. Shoulder scapula and glenoid fractures
- 91. Soft t issue coverage in trauma
- 92. Spine cord injury
- 93. Spine thoracic and lumbar fractures
- 94. Spine atlas and axis cervical fractures and dislocations
- 95. Spine subaxial cervical fractures and dislocations
- 96 Tibial pilon fractures
- 97. Tibial plateau fract ures
- 98. Tibial shaft fractures
- 99. Trauma classification systems
- 100. Trauma outcome scores and patient - reported outcome measures
- 101. Triage
- 102. Whiplash
Trainee and Practising Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeons. Trainees preparing for FRCS (Tr&Orth) Clinical Exams
Alex Trompeter BSc (Hons) MBBS FRCS (Tr&Orth)
Consultant Orthopaedic Trauma and Limb Reconstruction Surgeon, St George's Hospital, London, UK