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Core Knowledge in Orthopaedics: Foot and Ankle

Edited by Drs. Christopher W. DiGiovanni and Justin Greisberg. Elsevier Mosby 2007 Written for the busy orthopaedics resident who needs to review for an exam or prepare for a challenging clinical case, CORE KNOWLEDGE IN ORTHOPAEDICS: FOOT AND ANKLE offers cutting edge clinical and surgical pearls in a bulleted and templated format. (From the Publisher.)

Minimally Invasive Shoulder and Elbow Surgery

Edited by Dr. William N Levine, Dr. Theodore N. Blaine, and Dr. Christopher S. Ahmad. Informa Healthcare, 2007 A representation of the skills and expertise of leading surgeons in the field, this reference serves as a step-by-step instructional resource on arthroscopic and minimally invasive surgery of the shoulder and elbow. With full-color illustrations throughout, each chapter focuses on specific techniques and will contain strategies to enhance recovery, reduce patient pain, and provide improved function over traditional surgical procedures. (From the Publisher)

The Athlete’s Elbow

Edited by Dr. William N. Levine. AAOS, 2008 “Learn to properly treat patients with a variety of sports-related elbow injuries. All orthopaedic surgeons, shoulder and elbow specialists, sports medicine specialists, and primary care sports specialists who manage elbow problems as a result of activity will find this monograph an up-to-date and useful resource on the most common conditions that appear in everyday practice.

Designed to be a concise, yet complete one-stop resource for the management of elbow problems, The Athlete's Elbow can be used as a reference in evaluating, treating, and counseling patients with soft-tissue elbow disorders such as ligament tears, tendon tears, and stiff elbow. (From Publisher)

Operative Techniques in Orthopaedics

Drs. Christopher Ahmad and William Levine are guest editors of the March 2011 issue on the subject of Shoulder Arthroplasty–Lots of Choices in 2011 and the October 2009 and March 2010 issues devoted to Current Concepts in Elbow Surgery, Part 1: Soft Tissue/Sports and Part 2: Trauma and Reconstruction.

Operative Techniques in Orthopaedics is an innovative, richly illustrated resource that keeps practitioners informed of significant advances in all areas of surgical management. Each issue of this atlas-style journal explores a single topic, often offering alternate approaches to the same procedure. Its current, definitive information keeps readers in the forefront of their specialty. (From the Publisher)

Instructional Course Lectures – Sports Medicine, v.s., AAOS, 2011

From surgical repair on young athletes and ACL reconstruction to catastrophic sports injuries, this focused collection presents 41 of the most relevant sports medicine lectures presented at AAOS Annual Meetings over the past five years.  Editor Christopher S. Ahmad, MD and a team of exceptional sports medicine editors produced a text that includes in-depth summaries with current perspectives that relate each these topics to your daily clinical practice. (From Publisher’s Web site)

http://www3.aaos.org/product/productpage.cfm?code=05248

 

Pediatric and Adolescent Sports Injuries

Experts in the field provide comprehensive and direct chapters, including full-color figures which help demonstrate concepts and physical examination maneuvers. Operative and non-operative treatments of knee ligament injuries are highlighted, including new surgical techniques that minimize injury to the open physis… (From Publisher’s Web site)

http://www3.aaos.org/product/productpage.cfm?code=05114

Levine – Orthopedic Clinics of North America – Shoulder Instability – v. 41, n.3

This special issue edited by Dr. William Levine focuses on the arthroscopic and open management of shoulder instability, through the expertise of an international roster of specialists, who share their pearls, pitfalls, and insights in managing these complex problems. (From the Preface)

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00305898/41/3

 

Shoulder and Elbow Trauma

The incidence of shoulder and elbow fractures has increased over the last 30 years.  This is due to an aging population, with joints becoming more arthritic, and because of the increased popularity of contact sports. The diagnosis and management of these fractures is changing with technological advances in imaging, endoscopy and implantology.  This book provides an up-to-date, definitive 'how to' reference for teh diagnosis and management of fractures of both the shoulder and elbow joints.  An all-star cast of US contributors ensures an authoritative coverage. (From the Publisher)

http://www.amazon.com/Shoulder-Elbow-Trauma-William-Levine/dp/1907816097

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