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Reoperative Hand Surgery is a major contribution to the literature, offering a wide range of reoperative options for challenging problems that face the reconstructive hand surgeon after failed primary surgery.  Concise and discussing all of the more common issues that hand surgeons often face in performing revision surgery, this invaluable title is unique in that it looks specifically at the problem of what to do when the original index procedure did not go as planned.  Topics covered include the hand, wrist, forearm and elbow, and several sections of the book discuss some of the psychological and social factors that also go into the decision process to reoperate or not.  The chapters are tightly focused so that the important aspects to consider for reoperation can be quickly reviewed.  There is also a component that discusses how to avoid other pitfalls and to minimize as well as manage any complications that may occur with reoperative procedures.  Importantly, the book is replete with original art work to help describe and demonstrate how to perform many reoperative procedures.  The artwork is simple and straightforward but yet detailed enough to convey the important steps and aspects for the surgical intervention it is outlining.  Developed by renowned experts in the hand surgery field, Reoperative Hand Surgery is an indispensable, state-of-the-art reference, offering the busy hand and upper extremity surgeon easily accessible information relating to the evaluation, diagnosis, and possible surgical interventions for the diagnoses discussed. 


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Reference text with the literature synthesized for the challenging problems in hand surgery

Chapters written by experts in their respective fields

Numerous color illustrations and photographs


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Reoperative Hand Surgery is a major contribution to the literature, offering a wide range of reoperative options for challenging problems that face the reconstructive hand surgeon after failed primary surgery.  Concise and discussing all of the more common issues that hand surgeons often face in performing revision surgery, this invaluable title is unique in that it looks specifically at the problem of what to do when the original index procedure did not go as planned.  Topics covered include the hand, wrist, forearm and elbow, and several sections of the book discuss some of the psychological and social factors that also go into the decision process to reoperate or not.  The chapters are tightly focused so that the important aspects to consider for reoperation can be quickly reviewed.  There is also a component that discusses how to avoid other pitfalls and to minimize as well as manage any complications that may occur with reoperative procedures.  Importantly, the book is replete with original art work to help describe and demonstrate how to perform many reoperative procedures.  The artwork is simple and straightforward but yet detailed enough to convey the important steps and aspects for the surgical intervention it is outlining.  Developed by renowned experts in the hand surgery field, Reoperative Hand Surgery is an indispensable, state-of-the-art reference, offering the busy hand and upper extremity surgeon easily accessible information relating to the evaluation, diagnosis, and possible surgical interventions for the diagnoses discussed. 


Contents:

1 Considerations in Reoperative Hand Surgery 
 Scott F.M. Duncan, MD, MPH
 

2 Reoperative Dupuytren’s Contracture  
 James H. Calandruccio, MD 
 Scott E. Hecox, MD


3 Options for Failed Flexor Tendon Surgery  
 A. Ylenia Giuffrida, MD
 Scott Wolfe, MD
 

4 Reoperative Phalangeal and Metacarpal Fracture Management 
 Kane L. Anderson, MD
 Douglas P. Hanel, MD
 

5 Surgical Options for Failed Thumb Basal Joint Arthroplasty  
 Scott A. Mitchell, MD
 Roy A. Meals, MD 
 

6 Surgical Options for the Failed Wrist Arthrodesis  
 Nathan A. Hoekzema, MD
 Jose A. Ortiz, Jr., MD
 

7 Reoperative Indications in Vascular Disorders of the Hand
 William C. Pederson, MD


8 Reoperative Conditions Following Distal Radius Fractures 
 Amy L. Ladd, MD
 Kristen Fleager, MD


9 Reoperative Issues Following Carpal Bone Fracture Surgery  
 Vipul P. Patel, MD 
 Jesse B. Jupiter, MD
 

10 Secondary Procedures and Surgical Treatment of Distal Humerus Fractures  
 Rick F. Papandrea, MD  


11 Reoperative Concerns in Fractures of the Radial Head and Proximal Ulna 
 Scott G. Edwards, MD 


12 Reoperative Concerns for the Unstable Elbow
 Paul Maoof, MD
 Virak Tan, MD  
 

13 Reoperative Conditions Following Total Elbow Arthroplasty 
 Jeffrey C. King, MD 


14 Reoperative Options for Compressive Neuropathies of the Upper Extremity 
 Jason R. Kang, MD
 Ranjan Gupta, MD  
 

15 Secondary Procedures for Failed Tendon Transfers 
 Jennifer Moriatis Wolf, MD


16 Surgical Options for Failed Replantation 
 Vincent S.C. Tay, MD
 Alexander Y. Shin, MD 
 

17 Reoperative Issues Following Mangled Upper Extremity Injuries 
 George S.M. Dyer, MD
 David Ring, MD, PhD   
 
18 Reoperative Tenosynovitis  
 Steven C. Haase, MD
 Kevin C. Chung, MD 
 

19 Reoperative Brachial Plexus Surgery  
 Douglas M. Sammer, MD
 Susan E. Mackinnon, MD


20 Reoperative Medial And Lateral Epicondylitis Surgery
 Nicholas E. Rose, MD


21 Secondary Reconstructive Options in Failed Fingertip and Nail Bed Injuries 
 Ryosuke Kakinoki, MD, PhD


22 Reoperative Options in Failed Proximal Interphalangeal and Metacarpophalangeal Joint Arthrodesis and Replacement 
 Marco Rizzo, MD 


23 Reoperative Surgery in Failed Wrist Arthroplasty 
 Kevin J. Renfree, MD

24 Secondary Surgery Following Failed Forearm Reconstruction 
 Shushan Jacob, MD
 Tsu-Min Tsai, MD
 Andrew Lee Ostermann, MD


25 Secondary Options in Failed Tissue Transfers About the Hand 
 Jeffrey B. Friedrich, MD  
 Robert E. Schlenker, MD 


PRODUCT DETAILS

ISBN-13: 9781461423737
Publisher: Springer (Springer New York)
Publication date: April, 2012
Pages: 454

Subcategories: General, Orthopaedics and Fractures