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In its 38th year, A Manual of Orthopaedic Terminology has been a companion reference for anyone who needs the most up-to-date terms, acronyms, and codes terms relating to clinical orthopaedics and research. Portable and easily accessible, this authoritative compilation categorizes and cross-references terms to enable those unfamiliar with orthopaedics to locate a term in its proper context.  Unlike a traditional A-Z dictionary format, terms are organized by topic—facilitating faster search results with related terms appearing on the same or immediately adjacent page. 

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A Manual of Orthopaedic Terminology
EI G HT H EDI T I O N
Fred R.T. Nelson, MD, FAAOS Emeritus, Orthopaedics, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan Carolyn Taliaferro Blauvelt Formerly Writer-Editor, Medical-Dental Publications, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, National Naval Medical Center and Department of Surgery, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland
Table of Contents
Cover image
Title page
Copyright
Foreword
Preface
Contributors
Introduction to the Orthopaedic Speciality
1. Classifications of Fractures, Dislocations, and Sports-Related Injuries Terminology of Fractures and Dislocations Classifications of Fractures
Classic and Descriptive Names (By Anatomic Location)
Contributing Factors
Degree and Nature of Healing
International Classification System and Trauma Registry System
Classification Systems by Grades, Types, and Mechanisms
Dislocations
Subluxations
Strains and Sprains
Sports-Related Injuries
Trauma Scoring Systems and Associated Soft Tissue Injuries
2. Musculoskeletal Diseases and Related Terms
Bone Diseases
Infectious Bone Diseases
Tumors of Bone (Fig. 2-3)
Soft Tissue Tumors
Miscellaneous Bone Conditions
Eponymic Bone Diseases
Muscle Diseases
Cartilage Diseases
Diseases of (Specific) Soft Tissue
Ligament, Tendon, Bursa, and Fascia Diseases
Joint Diseases (Arthro-, Synovio-, Capsulo-, Ankylo-)
Vascular Diseases and Conditions
Neurologic Diseases
Metabolic Diseases
Diseases and Conditions by Anatomic Area
Deficiencies of the Acetabulum and Femur
Knee Disorders
Congenital Limb Absences
International Organization for Standardization for Limb Deficiencies (IOS)
Associated Disease Terminology
3. Imaging Techniques General Radiologic Terms Orthopaedic Radiographic Techniques and Procedures
Routine Radiographic Views
Radiographic Angles, Lines, Signs, and Methods
Invasive and Noninvasive Techniques
Vascular Diagnostic Studies
Radiation Therapy
4. Orthopaedic Tests, Signs, and Maneuvers Tests, Signs, and Maneuvers
Neck (Fig. 4-1)
Back Shoulder Upper Limbs and Elbow Hands Hips Lower Limbs Knees (Table 4-1)
Feet and Ankles
Neurologic Examination
Metabolic Tests
General Observations Gaits Scales and Ratings
Other Physical Examinations
5. Laboratory Evaluations Routine Evaluations General Blood and Serum Tests
Serum and Urine Tests for Metabolic Disease
Bacteriologic Studies
Other Special Studies
Histologic and Pathologic Techniques
Laboratory Evaluations in Musculoskeletal Tumors
Blood Bank Procedures and Products
Routine Physiologic Parameters
Laboratory Abbreviations
Annotation of Units
Important Laboratory Notes
6. Casts, Splints, Dressings, and Traction
Cast Materials
Cast Immobilization
Devices Applied to Casts
Cast Complications
Splints and Accessories Dressings Suspensions, Tractions, and Frames
Emergency Stabilization
7. Prosthetics and Orthotics Prosthetics Orthoses Shoe Modifications
8. Anatomy and Orthopaedic Surgery
Osteo- (Bone)
Arthro- (Joints)
Other Specific Tissues
Vascular (Blood Vessels) System (Fig. 8-8)
Specific Anatomy and Surgery by Location Skin Grafts Surgical Blocks
Surgical Approaches
Replantation Microsurgery
Treatment of Tumors Amputations Associated Surgical Terms
9. The Spine General Anatomy of the Spine Cervical Spine Anatomy
Thoracic Spine Anatomy
Lumbar and Lower Spine Anatomy
Diseases and Structural Anomalies
Surgery of the Spine
10. The Hand and Wrist Anatomy of the Hand and Wrist Diseases and Structural Anomalies
Surgery of the Hand and Wrist
11. The Foot and Ankle Anatomy Diseases and Conditions of the Foot and Ankle Surgery
12. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Occupational Therapy
13. The Research Enterprise
The Research Proposal
Reporting the Results
General Research Terminology
A. Appendix: Orthopaedic Abbreviations
B. Appendix: Anatomic Positions and Directions
C. Appendix: Etymology of Orthopaedics
Bibliography
Suggested Readings
Index
Copyright
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