Core Knowledge in Orthopaedics: Trauma

Core Knowledge in Orthopaedics: Trauma

By Roy Sanders, MD, Florida Orthopaedic Institute



  1. COMPARTMENT SYNDROMES & OPEN FRACTURES

  2. POLYTRAUMA CONSIDERATIONS

  3. PROXIMAL HUMERUS

  4. FRACTURES OF THE SCAPULA

  5. CLAVICLE FRACTURES

  6. FRACTURES OF THE HUMERAL SHAFT

  7. DISTAL HUMERUS

  8. FRACTURES OF THE OLECRANON AND COMPLEX
  9. FRACTURES

  10. DISLOCATIONS OF THE PROXIMAL ULNA AND RADIAL

  11. HEAD

  12. DIAPHYSEAL FOREARM FRACTURES

  13. DISTAL RADIUS

  14. SPINE TRAUMA

  15. PELVIC FRACTURES

  16. FRACTURES OF THE ACETABULUM

  17. PROXIMAL FEMUR FRACTURES

  18. FEMUR FRACTURES

  19. DISTAL FEMUR FRACTURES

  20. KNEE DISLOCATIONS

  21. TIBIAL PLATEAU AND PROXIMAL TIBIAL FRACTURES

  22. TIBIAL SHAFT

  23. PILON FRACTURES

  24. THE OPERATIVE TREATMENT OFANKLE FRACTURES AND DISLOCATIONS

  25. TALUS

  26. CALCANEUS

  27. MIDFOOT & FOREFOOT FRACTURES

  28. ELECTRICITY & ULTRASOUND