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  • 1. Campbells Operative Orthopaedics, 11th EditionCanale & Beaty Table of Contents VOLUME ONE PART I: GENERAL PRINCIPLES Surgical Techniques and Approaches Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Orthopaedics PART II: ARTHRODESIS Arthrodesis of Ankle, Knee, and Hip Arthrodesis of Shoulder, Elbow, and Wrist PART III: ARTHROPLASTY Introduction and Overview Arthroplasty of Ankle and Knee Arthroplasty of Hip Arthroplasty of Shoulder and Elbow PART IV: AMPUTATION General Principles of Amputations Amputations about Foot Amputations of Lower Extremity Amputations of Hip and Pelvis Amputations of Upper Extremity Amputations of Hand PART V: INFECTIONS General Principles of Infection Osteomyelitis Infectious Arthritis
  • 2. Tuberculosis and Other Unusual InfectionsPART VI: TUMORSGeneral Principles of TumorsBenign Tumors of BoneBenign (Occasionally Aggressive) Tumors of BoneMalignant Tumors of BoneSoft Tissue Tumors and Nonneoplastic Conditions Simulating Bone TumorsPART VII: NONTRAUMATIC SOFT TISSUE DISORDERSNontraumatic Soft Tissue DisordersMiscellaneous Nontraumatic DisordersVOLUME TWOPART VIII: CONGENITAL ANOMALIESCongenital Anomalies of Lower ExtremityCongenital and Developmental Anomalies of Hip and PelvisCongenital Anomalies of Trunk and Upper ExtremityPART IX: OSTEOCHONDROSISOsteochondrosis or Epiphysitis and Other Miscellaneous AffectionsPART X: NERVOUS SYSTEM DISORDERS IN CHILDRENCerebral PalsyParalytic DisordersNeuromuscular DisordersPART XI: FRACTURES AND DISLOCATIONS IN CHILDRENFractures and Dislocations in ChildrenPART XII: THE SPINESpinal Anatomy and Surgical ApproachesFractures, Dislocation, and Fracture-Dislocations of Spine
  • 3. Arthrodesis of SpinePediatric Cervical SpineScoliosis and KyphosisLower Back Pain and Disorders of Intervertebral DiscsInfections of SpineOther Disorders of SpineVOLUME THREEPART XIII: SPORTS MEDICINEAnkle InjuriesKnee InjuriesShoulder and Elbow InjuriesRecurrent DislocationsTraumatic DisordersPART XIV: ARTHROSCOPYGeneral Principles of ArthroscopyArthroscopy of Lower ExtremityArthroscopy of Upper ExtremityPART XV: FRACTURES AND DISLOCATIONSGeneral Principles of Fracture TreatmentFractures of Lower ExtremityFractures of HipFractures of Acetabulum and PelvisFractures of Shoulder, Arm, and ForearmMalunited FracturesDelayed Union and Nonunion of FracturesAcute DislocationsOld Unreduced Dislocations
  • 4. VOLUME FOURPART XVI: PERIPHERAL NERVE INJURIESPeripheral Nerve InjuriesPART XVII: MICROSURGERYMicrosurgeryPART XVIII: THE HANDBasic Surgical Techniques and AftercareAcute Hand InjuriesFlexor and Extensor Tendon InjuriesFractures, Dislocations, and Ligamentous InjuriesNerve InjuriesWrist DisordersSpecial Hand DisordersParalytic HandCerebral Palsy of the HandArthritic HandCompartment Syndromes and Volkmann ContractureDupuytren ContractureCarpal Tunnel, Ulnar Tunnel, and Stenosing TenosynovitisTumors and Tumorous Conditions of HandHand InfectionsCongenital Anomalies of HandPART XIX: THE FOOT AND ANKLESurgical TechniquesDisorders of HalluxPes Planus
  • 5. Lesser Toe AbnormalitiesRheumatoid FootDiabetic FootNeurogenic DisordersDisorders of Nails and SkinDisorders of Tendons and FasciaFractures and Dislocations of Foot

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