Pediatric Orthopedic Trauma Case Atlas

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Iobst, Christopher A.

Because pediatric orthopedic trauma involves fixing bones that are still growing, it has unique concerns and complexities that distinguish it from adult orthopedic trauma. Unlike previous books on this topic, this book utilizes a case atlas format to provide current management strategies for pediatric orthopedic injuries to the upper and lower extremity and axial skeleton in a clear and concise manner, demonstrating real-world clinical situations and methodology for successful treatment. Each case will be authored by an expert in the field and will contain comprehensive step-by-step instructions on how to handle each injury. In addition to pre-operative, intra-operative, and post-operative recommendations, each case will include multiple color images and radiographs, clinical pearls, and possible pitfalls to further guide the reader and provide the orthopedic surgeon, resident and fellow with quick, credible and reliable answers to “How do I fix this?”

Adolescent Clavicle Fractures.- Capitellar Fractures.- Displaced Proximal Humerus Fracture in 15 Year Old.- Displaced Proximal Humerus Fracture in 8 Year Old.- An Elbow Dislocation With and Without Additional Fractures.- Supracondylar Humerus Fracture Extension Type: Cross Pinning.- Supracondylar Humerus Fracture Extension Type–Lateral Entry Pinning.- Supracondylar Humerus Fracture Flexion Type.- Using External Fixation in the Treatment of Ballistic Injury to the Humeral Diaphysis in a Teenager.- Humeral Shaft Fracture: Flexible Intramedullary Fixation.- Midshaft Humerus Fracture .- Lateral Clavicular Physeal Separation.- Displaced Elbow Lateral Condyle Fracture: Treatment with a Cannulated Screw.- Minimally Displaced Lateral Condyle Fractures of the Elbow: Treatment with Arthrography and Percutaneous Cannulated Screw Fixation.- Medial Clavicular Physeal Separation.- Medial Condyle Fracture.- Medial Epicondyle Fractures.- Type I Monteggia Fractures.- Type III Monteggia Fractures.- Oblique Supracondylar Humerus Fracture.- Olecranon Fractures: Apophysis Osteogenesis Imperfecta.- Olecranon Fracture: Intramedullary Screw.- Olecranon Fracture: Tension Band Technique.- Olecranon Fracture: Plating Technique.- Pathological Fracture of the Proximal Humerus.- Pediatric Bony Bankart Fracture.- Proximal Third Both Bone Forearm Fractures.- Radial Neck Fractures: Conservative Treatment.- Radial Neck Fractures: Introduction and Classification.- Radial Neck Fracture: Conservative Treatment, Pitfalls, and Problems.- Radial Neck Fractures: Operative Treatment (ESIN).- Radial Neck Fracture: Operative Treatment (ESIN) “Joy-Stick” Technique.- Radial Neck Fracture: Open Reduction.- Open Treatment of Supracondylar Humerus Fractures.- T-condylar Distal Humerus Fracture.- Transphyseal Distal Humerus Fracture.- Type III Supracondylar Humerus Fracture.- Humeral Shaft Fracture: Open Reduction Internal Fixation.- Radial Neck Fractures: Operative Treatment “Mini-Open” and ESIN.- Radial Neck Fractures: Operative Treatment, Special Conditions.- TRASH (The Radiographic Appearance Seemed Harmless) Lesions About the Elbow.- Midshaft Both Bone Forearm Fracture: Plate Fixation.- Midshaft Both Bone Forearm Fracture: Intramedullary Rod Fixation.- Midshaft Both Bone Forearm Fracture: Single Bone Fixation.- Distal Third Radius Fractures with an Intact Ulna.- Management of Late Displacement (> 5days) of a Previously Reduced Salter II Distal Radius Fracture.- Galeazzi Fracture: Distal Radius Fracture with Dislocated Distal Radio-Ulnar Joint.- Volar Shear Fractures of the Distal Radius.- Physeal Fracture of the Distal Radius.- Scaphoid Fracture: Dorsal Approach.- Scaphoid Nonunion – Volar Approach.- Thumb Metacarpal Base Fracture.- Open Treatment of Metacarpal Shaft Fractures.- Pediatric Metacarpal Neck Fractures.- Metacarpophalangeal and Interphalangeal Joint Dislocation.- Extra-Octave Fractures.- Phalangeal Shaft Fractures.- Phalangeal Neck Fractures.- Intra-articular Phalangeal Fractures.- Seymour Fracture (Open Physeal Fracture of the Distal Phalanx).- Bony Mallet Fractures.- Distal Fingertip Amputations: Local Wound Care.- Nailbed Injuries.- Compartment Syndrome of the Hand.- Long Arm Cast.- Munster Cast.- Short Arm Cast.- Pediatric Halo Application.- Atlas Fractures.- Pediatric Atlantoaxial Rotary Subluxation.-  Odontoid Fractures.- Pediatric Traumatic Spondylolisthesis of the Axis.- Unilateral Cervical Facet Fracture-Dislocation.- Thoracic and Lumbar Compression Fractures.- Sacral Aneurysmal Bone Cyst.- Management of Pediatric and Adolescent Thoracolumbar Burst Fractures.- Thoracolumbar Flexion-Distraction Injuries: Chance Fracture-Dislocations.- Spinal Cord Injury Without Radiographic Abnormalities (SCIWORA).- Ischial Tuberosity Avulsion Fracture.- Pubic Symphysis Disruption.- Pubic Rami Fracture with Disruption of the Sacroiliac Joint (Malgaigne Fracture).- Acetabulum Fracture with Closed Triradiate.- Hip Dislocation.- Hip Dislocation with Acetabular Fracture.- Hip Dislocation with Proximal Femoral Physeal Fracture.- Femoral Head Fractures.- Transphyseal Fracture of Proximal Femur.- Femoral Neck Fractures in Children.- Pediatric Intertrochanteric Proximal Femur Fracture.- Pathologic Proximal Femur Fracture.- Proximal Femoral Stress Fractures.- Greater Trochanter Fracture.- Hip Dislocation with Midshaft Femur Fracture.- Femoral Shaft Fracture: Pavlik Harness.- Femoral Shaft Fracture: Spica Cast.- Femoral Shaft Fracture: Plating.- Femoral Shaft Fracture: Flexible Intramedullary Nails.- Femur Fracture: Alternatives to Spica Casting for Fractures in Patients Under Age 6.- Comminuted Femoral Fracture Treated with Locked Enders Nails.- Pathologic Femoral Shaft Fracture.- Open Femur Fracture with Soft Tissue Loss.- Supracondylar Femur Fracture: Treatment with a Submuscular Plate.- Treatment of a Pediatric Open Supracondylar Femur Fracture with External Fixation.- Salter-Harris I Fracture of the Distal Femur.- Salter-Harris II Distal Femur Fracture.- Salter-Harris III Distal Femur Fracture.- Salter-Harris IV Distal Femur Fracture.- Floating Knee: Combined Femoral and Tibial Fractures.- Patella Fracture.- Patellar Sleeve Fracture.- Tibial Spine Fractures: Open Treatment.- Arthroscopic Treatment of Tibial Spine Fractures.- Tibial Tuberosity Fracture – Youth Type.- Physeal Type Tibial Tuberosity Fracture in an Adolescent.- Tibial Tuberosity Fractures: Intra-Articular Type.- Tibial Tubercle Fracture: Teen Type.- Proximal Tibial Metaphyseal Fracture.- Tibial Shaft Fracture: Flexible Nails.- Tibial Shaft Fracture: Plating.- Submuscular Plating of Tibial Fractures.- Tibial Shaft Fracture Treated with a Rigid Nail.- Tibial Shaft Fracture Treated with a Circular External Fixator.- Tibial Shaft Fracture with Soft Tissue Loss.- Tibial Shaft Fracture with Bone Loss.- Tibial Shaft Stress Fracture.- Compartment Syndrome of the Leg.- Tibial Shaft Fracture: Cast Treatment.- Osteochondral Fracture.- Distal Tibial Metaphyseal Fracture – Plating.- Distal Tibial Shaft Fracture with Metaphyseal Extension: External Fixation.- Salter-Harris II Distal Tibia and Fibula Fractures.- Salter-Harris III Distal Tibia Fracture.- Isolated Lateral Malleolus Fracture.- Triplane Distal Tibia Fractures.- Management of Tillaux Fractures.- Isolated Medial Malleolus Fracture.- Talar Fracture.- Calcaneus Fracture in Children.- Pediatric Lisfranc.- Base of Fifth Metatarsal Fracture.- Pediatric Metatarsal Fractures.- Intra-articular Phalanx Fracture of Great Toe.- Compartment Syndrome of Foot.-

Dr. Iobst became the Director of the Center for Limb Lengthening and Reconstruction at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in 2016. A native of Wilmington, Delaware, he graduated from Duke University and Emory University School of Medicine. He completed his orthopedic surgery residency at the Medical University of South Carolina and a fellowship in pediatric orthopedic surgery at Boston Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Frick is Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Pediatric Endocrinology (Courtesy) and Vice Chairman – Education at Stanford University School of Medicine Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, and became Chief of Pediatric Orthopaedics at Stanford Children’s Health in December 2016. A native of Greenville, South Carolina, he graduated from The George Washington University and the Medical University of South Carolina. He completed orthopedic surgery residency and a basic science research fellowship at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte NC, and a fellowship in pediatric orthopedic surgery at Children’s Hospital San Diego. He served from 1998 to 2012 on the faculty and as Residency Program Director in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Carolinas Medical Center. He was the founding Chairman of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Nemours Children’s Hospital in Orlando, FL, from 2012 to 2016, and also served as Surgeon-in-Chief and Chairman of the Department of Surgery. He served as President of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America in 2018–2019.

Provides expert advice from master trauma surgeons

Features an impressive collection of instructional cases

Includes a host of color images and radiographs