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Shoulder Surgery By I. Bayley

Shoulder Surgery by I. Bayley

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Shoulder Surgery by I. Bayley

It is interesting to observe the evolution of medical education over the years. The massive textbooks of the past have almost disappeared except as works of library reference. In their place we now find an increasing number of publications which explore the detail of particular specialities and sub-specialities. Once the young surgeon has acquired his basic knowledge of surgery in general (as it is now called), postgraduate education, whilst seeking to maintain the general scientific and humanistic principles of surgery, is forced to provide specialised reference works in a whole variety of fields, amongst which the postgraduate will choose his own future interest. This tendency emphasises the importance of the Conference on Surgery of the Shoulder organised by Professor Kessel and his colleagues. This first inter national gathering of surgeons and others in related disciplines who are interested in the disorders of the shoulder was self-funded under the aegis of the Institute of Orthopaedics and University of London, and it is to be hoped that other Universities, hospitals and medical foundations will give maximal financial and moral support for further ventures of this kind. This volume places on record the concepts and practices of those interested in the injury and disease of the shoulder joint, and thus becomes a reflection of our knowledge in this field in the second half of the twentieth century.

Table of Contents

Codman - His Influence on the Development of Surgery of the Shoulder.- Section I. Painful Arc Syndromes.- 1.1. Classification of the Painful Arc Syndromes.- 1.2. The Role of Coracoacromial Arch Impingement as a Cause of Attrition of the Rotator Cuff.- 1.3. Decompression of the Subacromial Space: An Anatomical Study.- 1.4. The Surgical Treatment of Rotator Cuff Impingement.- 1.5. Acromioplasty in the Treatment of Rotator Cuff Impingement: A Preliminary Report.- 1.6. Re-alignment of the Acromion in the Treatment of Chronic Rotator Cuff Ruptures.- References.- Section II. Rotator Cuff Rupture.- II. 1. The Correlation of Clinical Evaluation with Operative Findings and Prognosis in Rotator Cuff Rupture.- II.2. The Transacromial Approach for Rotator Cuff Rupture.- II.3. A Method for Reconstruction of the Rotator Cuff After Rupture.- II.4. Rotator Cuff Repair by Muscle Advancement.- II.5. Transfer of Subscapularis and Teres Minor for Massive Defects of the Rotator Cuff.- II.6. Long-Term Results of Rotator Cuff Repair.- References.- Section III. Recurrent Instability.- III. 1. Incidence and Prognosis of Shoulder Dislocation: A Preliminary Communication.- III.2. Conservative Treatment of Shoulder Dislocation in Young Males.- III.3. The Early Complications of Anterior Dislocation in the Middle Aged and Elderly Patient.- III.4. The Radiology of the Humeral Defect in Anterior Dislocation of the Shoulder - A Comparative Study.- III.5. Technical Aspects of the Bristow Repair for Recurrent Anterior Shoulder Instability.- III.6. Results of the Bristow Repair: Sports Participation After Surgery.- III.7. Posterior Glenoid Osteotomy for Posterior Dislocation of the Shoulder.- III.8. Anteversion of the Shoulder -A Rare Clinical Sign.- III.9. Reflections on Dislocation and Recurrent Instability of the Shoulder.- References.- Section IV. The Frozen Shoulder.- IV. 1. Pathomechanics of the Frozen Shoulder and the Effect of the Brisement Force.- IV.2. Immunological Studies in the Frozen Shoulder.- IV.3. Arthroscopic Examination of the Shoulder.- IV.4. Treatment of the Frozen Shoulder by Manipulation: A Pilot Study.- IV. 5. Distension Arthrography of the Shoulder Joint.- References.- Section V. Rheumatoid Arthritis and Prosthetic Replacement.- V.1. The Shoulder Joint in Rheumatoid Arthritis.- V.2. The Dynamic Study of Shoulder Movement.- V.3. Biomechanical Considerations in the Design of a Semi-constrained Total Shoulder Replacement.- V.4. The Trispherical Total Shoulder Replacement.- V.5. Neer Total Shoulder Arthroplasty.- V.6. The Kessel Total Shoulder Replacement.- V.7. Clinical Experience with the Liverpool Shoulder Replacement.- V.8. Taking Stock - Ten Years Experience of Shoulder Arthroplasty.- V.9. Double Osteotomy of the Shoulder.- References.- Section VI. The Acromioclavicular Joint.- VI.1. A Biomechanical Appraisal of the Acromioclavicular Joint.- VI.2. Post-traumatic Osteolysis of the Distal Clavicle.- VI.3. Disruption of the Acromioclavicular Joint: Surgical Anatomy and Biological Repair.- References.- Section VII. Some Fractures of the Proximal Humerus.- VII. 1. The Subdeltoid Approach to the Proximal Humerus.- VII.2. Displaced Proximal Humeral Fractures - Results of Non-Prosthetic Treatment.- VII.3. Prosthetic Replacement in the Treatment of Serious Fractures of the Proximal Humerus.- References.

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