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It is indeed a pleasure to prepare the foreword for vidual surgeons. In addition, it can be read from this text, mainly because I am now a senior ortho- front to back as a history of orthopedics. We are pedist who has known so many of the great ortho- all indebted to S. B. Mosto? for this fascinating pedists who are described in such great detail in book. It is truly a text for everyone who has an this book. Some of the named physicians have interest in orthopedics, and surely should be read been my very close personal friends, many have by orthopedic trainees, faculty members, and been my teachers, professors and colleagues. practicing orthopedists. I suggest it be placed in Indeed, these physicians through their contribu- every library in medical institutions and hospitals. tions have made the ?eld of orthopedic surgery what it is today worldwide. Charles A. Rockwood, Jr. , MD This is a wonderful source of information on University of Texas Health Science Center the interesting lives and contributions of the indi- San Antonio, TX, USA vii PREFACE My obsession with history goes back a long way. To keep the book readable and reasonable in Some years ago I began to focus my curiosity on size, I sadly had to cut down the number of individuals whose names are attached to orthope- entries.


Feature:

Unique and comprehensive list of the great and the good in orthopaedics


Highly readable source of the inspirational and authoritative information


Contents:

Adams, Robert
Adson, Alfred Washington
Aitken, David Mccrae
Albee, Fred Houldlette
Anderson, Lewis D.
Andry, Nicolas
Annandale, Thomas
Apley, Alan Graham
Attenborough, Christopher George
Axhausen, Georg
Bado, José Luis
Baer, William J.
Baker, William Morant
Bankart, Arthur Sidney Blundell
Barr, Joseph Seaton
Barton, John Rhea
Bechterew, Vladimir Mikhailovich
Bennet, Edward Hallaran
Bichat, Marie Francois Xavier
Bick, Edgar M.
Bigelow, Henrey Jacob
Blount, Walter Putnam
Böhler, Lornez
Bohlman, Harold Ray
Bosworth, David Marsh
Boucher, Harold Hamlyn
Boyd, Harold Buhalts
Brackett, Elliott Gray
Bradford, Edward
Breck, Louis W.
Bristow, Walter Rowley
Brodie, Sir Benjamin Collins
Buck, Gurdon
Bunnell, Sterling
Cade, Sir Stanford
Callander, George William
Calvé, Jaques
Campbell, Willis Cohoon
Camper, Pieter
Capener, Norman Leslie
Chance, Arthur
Chandler, Fermont A.
Charcot, Jean-Martin
Charnley, John
Clark, John Mounsten Pemberton
Cloward, Ralph B.
Cobb, John Robert
Codivilla, Alessandro
Codman, Ernest Amory
Cole, Wallace H.
Colles, Abraham
Colonna, Paul Crenshaw
Cooper, Sir Astley Paston
Cotton, Fredric Jay
Coventry, Mark Bingham
Crenshaw, Andrew Hoyt
Danis, Robert
Darrach, William
D'Aubigné, Robert Merle
De Quervain, Fritz
Delpech, Jacques-Malthieu
Destot Étienne
Dunn, Naughton
Dupuytren, Guillaume
Durham, Herbert Alton
Duverney, Joseph Gichard
Dwyer, Allan Frederick
Eicher, Palmer O.
Ellis, Valentine Herbert
Elmslie, R.C.
Engh, Otto Anderson
Epstein, Sigmund
Erb, Wilhelm Heinrich
Esmarch, Johann Friedrich August Von
Essex-Lopresti , Peter Gordon Lawrence
Evans, Dillwyn
Ewing, James
Fairbank, Harold Arthur Thomas
Ficat, Paul
Fielding, Joseph William
Foucher, Jean Timothee Emile
Freiberg, Albert
Froment, Jules
Furlong, Ronald
Galeazzi, Riccardo
Garrod, Alfred Baring
Gaucher, Philip C. E.
Gibson, Alexander
Gill, Arthur Bruce
Girdlstone, Gathorne Roberts
Glissan, Denis Joseph
Golding, Sir John
Griffiths, David Lloyd
Haglund, Patric
Halsted, William Stewart
Hampton, Jr., Oscar P.
Harrington, Paul Randall
Harris, Robert Inkerman
Hass, Julius
Hauser, Emil D. W.
Havers, Clopton
Henderson, Melvin Starkey
Henry, Arnold Kirkpatrick
Herndon, Charles Harbison
Hey Groves, Ernest William
Heyman, Clarance Henry
Hibbs, Russel A.
Hippocrates
Hirsch, Carl
Hodgson, Arthur Ralph
Hoffa, Albert
Hoke, Michael
Holdsworth, Sir Frank Wild
Hunt, Dame Agnes
Hunter, John
Hunter, William
Ilizarov, Gavrill Abramovich
Inman Verne Thompson
Insall, John N.
Jacobs, Bernard
Jaffe, Henry L.
Jones, Arthur Rocyn
Jones, Robert
Judet, Robert
Kaplan, Emanuel B.
Keller, Colonel William
Kessel, Lipmann
Key, John Albert
Kidner, Frederick Clinton
Kienböck, Robert
King, Donald E.
Kite, Joseph Hiram
Klumpke, Auguste Dejerine
Knowles, Fred
Köcher, Theodor
Küntschner, Gerhard
Lambott, Albin
Lambrinudi, Constantine
Lane, Sir William Arbuthnot
Langenskiöld, Anders
Leadbetter, Guy Whitman
Legg, Arthur Thornton
Leinbach, Irwin S.
Letournel, Emil D. W.
Leveuf, Jacques
Lexer, Eric
Lippmann, Robert Korn
Lister, Joseph
Little, William John
Lloyd, Eric Ivan
Lorenz, Adolf
Lottes, J. Otto
MacDonald, William Laurence
Macewan, Sir William
Macnab, Ian
Madelung, Otto A.
Magnuson, Paul Budd
Malgainge, Joseph François
Marshall, John L.
Mathijsen, Antonius
McBride, Earl D
McDonald, John Laing
McFarland, Brayan Leslie
McIndoe, Archibald Hector
McKee, George Kennneth
McKeever, Duncan Clark
Mclaughlin, Harrison L.
McMurray, Thomas Porter
Mercer, Walter
Metcalf, Robert William
Milch, Henry
Mitchel, Alexander
Mitchel, George Patrick
Moe, John Howard
Monteggia, Giovanni Battista
Moore, Austin Talley
Morton, Thomas George
Müller, Walther
Murphy, John B.
Neviaser, Julius Salem
Nicoladoni, Carl
Nicoll, E.A.
Nissen, Karl Iversen
Noulis, George C.
O`Donoghue, Don Horatio
Ober, Frank Roberts
O'Connor, Richard L.
Orr, Hiram Winnett
Ortolani, Marino
Osgood, Robert Bayley
Otto, Adolph Wilhelm
Outerbridge, Ralph Edward
Paget, Sir James
Paré, Ambroise
Parkhill, Clayton
Pavlik, Arnold
Peabody, Charles William
Perkins, George
Perthes, George C.
Phelps, Winthrop M.
Phemister, Dallas Burton
Pirogoff, Nikolai Ivanovich
Platt, Sir Harry
Plummer, William Ward
Poggi, Alfonzo
Pott, Percivall
Pridie, Kenneth Hampden
Pugh, William Thomas Gordon
Putti, Vittorio
Quigley, Thomas Bartlett
Reynolds, Fred C.
Rhinelander, Frederic W.
Robinson, Robert. A
Rodet, Alexander
Rolando, Silvio
Roux, César
Roye-Camille, Raymond
Rush, Leslie V
Russel, James
Russel, Robert Hamilton
Ryerson, Edwin W.
Saha, Amulya Kumar
Sayre, Lewis Albert
Scarpa, Antonio
Schajowicz, Fritz
Scheuermann, Holger Werfel
Schneider, Robert
Seddon, Sir Herbert
Senn, Nicholas
Shaffer, Newton M.
Shands, Alfred Rives
Sharrard, William John Wells
Sherman, Harry
Silver, David
Slocum, Donald Barclay
Smillie, Ian Scott
Smith, Robert William
Smith-Petersen, M.N.
Sofield, Harold Augustus
Somerville, Edgar William
Speed, James Spencer
Stauffer, Richard N.
Steele, Paul B.
Steindler, Arthur
Steinman, Fritz
Sterling, Robert Ingleton
Stevens, James H.
Still, George Fredric
Stimson, Lewis Atterbury
Stinchfield, Frank
Strange, Frederick Friffiths St. Clair
Stromeyer, George Friedrich Louis
Strümpell, Ernest Adolph Gustav Gottfried
Syme, James
Thomas, Hugh Owen
Thompson, Frederick Roeck
Tinel, Jules
Trendelenburg, Fredrich
Trethowan, W.H.
Trueta, Joseph
Tubby, Alfred Herbert
Vainio, Kauko
Verbiest, Henk
Verbrugge, Jean
Volkmann, Richard Von
Waldeström, Henning
Walldius, Börje
Ward, Fredrick Oldfield
Watanabe, Masaki
Watson-Jones, Sir Reginald
Waugh, William
Weber, Berhard Georg White, James Renfrew
Whitman, Royal
Willenegger, Hans Robert
Wilson, Philip Duncan
Wolff, Julius
Yasuda, Iwao


PRODUCT DETAILS

ISBN-13: 9781849969154
Publisher: Springer (Springer London)
Publication date: October, 2010
Pages: 408
Weight: 773g
Availability: POD
Subcategories: General Issues, Orthopaedics and Fractures

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"[T]he biographies make for enjoyable and easy reading. References are often provided, so those interested can learn even more about any given pioneer. The accompanying images of almost all the physicians add to this collection’s appeal. [This book] makes a quick and ready reference for anyone interested in the personages who laid the foundation and advanced the storied specialty of orthopedics." (Michael A. Franchetti, JAMA 2005;293(20):2537.)

"It is fascinating to read about the giants of the past, have their achievements brought before us and to gain an insight into their idiosyncrasies. It is an important work of reference, which should be on the shelves of every orthopaedic surgeon who shares an interest in the history of our art." (F. Horan, Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 2005; 87-B(8):1167)

"Entries are listed in alphabetical order, with pictures of almost all of the people. Although each entry is about a specific surgeon, they often highlight fascinating connections between people and draw attention to intriguing facts and statements about the surgeons." (Andy Roche, BMJ 2005;331:581)

"When I found out that this book was being published I was hoping that I would be able to read, in detail, about the lives and achievements of the most famous names in orthopaedics and trauma. I am pleased to say that this is the case. … The entries also draw attention to intriguing facts and statements about the surgeons. … will certainly make orthopaedic surgeons with an interest in the history of the specialty (which all should have) much more knowledgeable." (Andy Roche, British Medical Journal, September, 2005)

"Eponyms are still commonly used in orthopaedic surgery … . Mr. Mostofi has produced a true labour of love in which he has brought together the obituaries of the pioneers of our world … . It is fascinating to read about the giants of the past … . This book contains photographs and biographies of more than 250 great names. It is an important work of reference, which should be on the shelves of every orthopaedic surgeon … ." (F. Horan, Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Vol. 87 B (8), 2005)

"Who’s who in Orthopedics, edited by Seyed Behrooz Mostofi, has 10 contributors … . It presents an impressive array of 278 biographies of the giants of orthopedics … . The biographies are enlightening and entertaining … . Mostofi’s penchant for history is obvious, and the biographies make for enjoyable and easy reading. References are often provided … . deserves a place in any orthopedic library and makes a quick and ready reference for anyone interested in the personages … ." (Michael A. Franchetti, JAMA, Vol. 293 (20), May, 2005)