By F. Kerschbaumer, Fridun Kerschbaumer, Kuno Weise, Carl Joachim Wirth Alexander R. Vaccaro
Initially based by means of 3 well known orthopedic masters, Bauer, Kerschbaumer, and Poisel, this atlas has loved a longstanding popularity for the outstanding caliber of its surgical, topographic anatomical illustrations. substantial advances in minimally invasive, endoscopic, and arthroscopic surgical procedure over the past few many years necessitated this up to date version. designated positive factors The addition of greater than forty new surgeries, together with smooth tissue renovation thoughts utilized in trauma surgical procedure. greater than seven-hundred colour illustrations drawn without delay from cadavers or documentation from the working room. The authors offer a distinct operative advisor, gleaned from years of evidence-based, scientific adventure. From the cervical backbone to the foot and ankle, each one a part of the physique is split into specific subsections. a number of ways are incorporated to regard universal and infrequent musculoskeletal accidents, stipulations, and ailments. The concise descriptions are complemented through meticulously crafted, labelled anatomical drawings illustrating each one step of the technique, from the surface incision to the unique quarter to incision closure. linked symptoms, sufferer positioning and guidance, precautions, and risks also are summarized for every procedure. This accomplished, cutting-edge atlas is a useful surgical source for all orthopedic surgeons, citizens, and scientific scholars.
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36). Fig. 29 Schematic representation of the approach to the cervicothoracic junction by an anterolateral approach to the cervical spine combined with a high thoracotomy. 5 Wound Closure The parietal pleura over the upper thoracic spine is split longitudinally, and the segmental vessels are transected after ligation. It should be borne in mind that, in the upper thoracic spine, the intercostal vessels pass over the vertebrae at a slant so that several segmental vessels are found over a single vertebral body.
6 Operative site following rib resection and partial division of the periosteum and costal pleura. 1 2 3 4 VII Resection stump of the sixth rib Costal pleura Periosteum Lung Rib 19 Spine, Anterior Approaches 1 3 2 VI VII 5 Fig. 7 Intercostal approach to the pleural cavity. The intercostal muscles are transected between the sixth and seventh ribs. Care should be taken to make the incision at the upper border of the lower rib to avoid injury to the intercostal vessels and intercostal nerve. VI, VII Ribs 6 4 7 7 Fig.
25 Operative site after splitting of the parietal pleura. The segmental arteries are visible. 1 2 3 4 Intercostal arteries Greater splanchnic nerve Parietal pleura Azygos vein 1 4 2 3 Fig. 26 Operative site after transection of the segmental arteries. Vertebrae T4–T6 are exposed. 4 IV 1 Anterior longitudinal ligament 2 Radiate ligament of the head of the rib 3 Azygos vein 4 Posterior intercostal arteries 5 Greater splanchnic nerve IV–VI Vertebral bodies V VI 1 2 4 30 3 5 2 Thoracic Spine Fig. 27 The arch of the azygos vein may be transected for exposure of vertebrae T3 and T4.