Fracture Manipulation Treatment Illustrated, Yuan Fang

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Author: Yuan Fang; Li Z haoguo; Publisher: Beijing Foreign Languages Press
ISBN: 7119020447; 1st edition 2001; Hardcover
Size: 19.7cm x 26.7cm; 439 pages; Language: English only

Description
A fracture needs one hundred days to heal. This is the traditional view of the treatment of fractures. Robert Gones, the father of modern traumatology and orthopedics, said in 1912, "The task of orthopedic surgeons is to select the best method to restore the function of the fractured part. Manipulation or operation is only the beginning of the treatment, the result of which can only be evaluated by function." The current treatments of fractures can be roughly divided into three major categories, i.e., non-operative treatment, operative treatment and limited operative treatment. Each category has its specific indications and is used according to the clinical conditions, equipment, technology and personal experience available. However the majority of scholars agree that non-operative methods should be applied if operative treatment and non-operative treatment can achieve the same result. This is because an operation usually impairs the blood circulation in a fractured part, hampering the automatic repair capacity in the area, leading to the change of a closed fracture into an open one and bringing about some complications and sequelae. So doctors should try to avoid surgical operations in treating fractures unless they are absolutely necessary.

The compiler of this book experienced the trauma of a humeral fracture when he was young. When he grew up, he was determined to specialize in traumatology and orthopedics. Through years of clinical practice and theoretical study he has accumulated rich experience and data. This remarkable book is the result of arduous research and has been widely welcomed at national and international academic conferences.

Contents
Chapter 1 Bone setting Manipulation

Section 1 The History of Bone setting Manipulation
Section 2 Ancient Bone etting Manipulation and Fixation Methods
Section 3 Twenty Methods of Bone setting
Section 4 Several Points About the Syndrome-Differentiation of Bone setting Manipulation
Section 5 The Essential Points and Cautions of Bone setting

Chapter 2 The X-Ray Classification, Physical Deformity and Complications of Fractures

Section 1 X-Ray Manifestation of Fracture Classification
Section 2 Physical Deformity
Section 3 Common Complications Accompanying Fractures and Dislocations

Chapter 3 Methods of Fixation

Section 1 Fixation Devices in Ancient Times
Section 2 Splint Fixation
Section 3 Plaster-Bandage Fixation
Section 4 Continuous Traction
 

Chapter 4 Treatment with Chinese Medicinal Herbs, Functional Exercise, Anesthesia and X-Ray Examination

Section 1 Principles of Treatment with Chinese Medicinal Herbs
Section 2 Functional Exercise
Section 3 Anesthesia
Section 4 X-Ray Examination

Chapter 5 Fractures and Dislocations of the Shoulder Joints

Section 1 Clavicular Fracture
Section 2 Surgical Neck Fracture of the Humerus
Section 3 Anatomical Neck Fracture of the Humerus
Section 4 Dislocation of the Shoulder Joint or Avulsion Fracture of the Greater Tuberosity of the Humerus

Chapter 6 Fractures of the Upper Arm

Chapter 7 Fractures and Dislocations of the Elbow Joint

Section 1 Epicondylar Fracture of the Humerus
Section 2 Intracondylar Fracture of the Humerus
Section 3 Distal Epiphyseal Separation of the Humerus
Section 4 Internal Epicondylar Fracture of the Humerus
Section 5 External Condylar Fracture of the Humerus
Section 6 External and Internal Condylar Fractures of the Humerus Complicated by Dislocation of the Elbow Joint
Section 7 Anterior Semi-Fracture of the Adult Humerus Capitulum
Section 8 Dislocation of the Elbow Joint
Section 9 Fracture of the Coronoid Process of the Ulna
Section 10 Olecranon Fracture
Section 11 Semi-Dislocation of the Infantile Radial Head
Section 12 Simple Dislocation of the Radial Head
Section 13 Fracture of the Radial Head

Chapter 8 Fractures and Dislocations of the Forearm

Section 1 1/3 Fracture of the Upper Ulna Complicated by Dislocation of the Upper Ulnar and Radial Joint
Section 2 Fracture of Both the Ulna and the Radius
Section 3 Fracture of the Radial Shaft
Section 4 Fracture of the Ulnar Shaft
Section 5 1/3 Fracture of the Lower Radius Combined with Dislocation of the Lower Ulnar-Radial Joint

Chapter 9 Wrist Fractures and Dislocations

Section 1 Distal Fracture of the Radius
Section 2 Fracture of the Styloid Process of the Radius
Section 3 Distal Margin Fracture of the Radius Combined with Dislocation of the Wrist Joint
Section 4 Fracture of the Navicular Bone
Section 5 Navicular Bone Fracture Compllicated by Separation of the Lower Ulnar-Radial Joint
Section 6 Lunate Bone Dislocation or Navicular-Lunate Bone Dislocation
Section 7 Peripheral Dislocation of the Navicular-Lunate Bones

Chapter 10 Hand Fractures and Dislocations

Section 1 Basal Fracture of the First Metacarpal Bone and Complications Arising from the Dislocation of the Carpometacarpal Joint
Section 2 Fracture of the Metacarpal Joint
Section 3 Fracture of the Digital Bone
Section 4 Dislocation of the Metacarpal-Digital Joint or Interdigital Joint

Chapter 11 Fracture and Dislocation of Hip Bone

Section 1 Fracture of the Femur Neck
Section 2 Inter-trochanteric Fractures of the Femur
Section 3 Dislocation of the Hip Joint
Section 4 Semi-Dislocation of the Sacro-Iliac Joint
Section 5 Infantile Semi-Dislocation of the Hip Joint

Chapter 12 Femoral Fractures

Chapter 13 Patellar Fractures

Section 1 Epicondylar Fracture of the Femur
Section 2 Inter-condylar Spinal Fractures of the Tibia
Section 3 Condylar Fracture of the Tibia
Section 4 Fracture of the Patella
Section 5 Tibial Tubercle Fracture

Chapter 14 Fractures of the Tibia and Fibula

Section 1 Fractures of the Tibia and Fibula
Section 2 Fracture of the Tibial Shaft
Section 3 Fracture of the Fibular Shaft

Chapter 15 Malleolus Fracture and Dislocations

Section 1 Malleolus Fracture
Section 2 Fracture of the Talus

Chapter 16 Fratures and Dislocations of the Foot

Section 1 Calcaneus Fracture
Section 2 Frature of the Metatarsus and Complications Arising form Dislocation of the Tarsometarsal Joint
Section 3 Infra-Astragalar Joint Dislocation
Section 4 Fractures of the Toes
Section 5 Tarsometatarsal or Interphalangeal Dislocation

Chapter 17 Fractures and Dislocations of the Trunk

Section 1 Fracture of the Ribs
Section 2 Fractures and Dislocations of the Spine
Section 3 Fractures of the Pelvis

Chapter 18 Abnormal Union, Retarded Union and Non-Union of Fractures

Section 1 The Course of Union and the Factors Affecting Union
Section 2 Abnormal Union
Section 3 Retarded Union
Section 4 Non-Union of Fractures

Chapter 19 Commonly Used Chinese Medicinal Herbs and Prescriptions for Traumatology and Orthopedics

Section 1 Commonly Used Chinese Medicinal Herbs
Section 2 Common Prescriptions for Traumatology


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