Written by the world's leading shoulder surgeons, this volume offers much-needed guidance on managing complex and revision problems that cannot be solved by standard treatment formulas. The authors present successful approaches with illustrative case examples, emphasizing avoidance of common pitfalls and management of complications. This edition has a greater focus on arthroscopic procedures and includes full-color arthroscopic images. New chapters cover arthroscopic rotator cuff reconstruction, idiopathic and diabetic stiff shoulder, alternatives to arthroplasty, and the failed arthroplasty. The thoroughly revised fractures section includes new information on two-, three-, and four-part fractures and AC/SC fractures. This edition contains over 800 illustrations.The incidence of frozen shoulder in diabetic patients is approximately 10% to 20 %, but may be as high as ... diabetes mellitus (lDDM).2un aquot;, 812a#39; It is generally believed that the long-term use of supplemental insulin and fluctuating levels of glucose ... levels are thought to accelerate aging of certain body proteins, which trigger a series of chemical reactions in proteins. ... The patient may report functional restrictions such as difficulty using the arm above the chest level, 210 Chapter 10.
|Title||:||Complex and Revision Problems in Shoulder Surgery|
|Author||:||Jon J. P. Warner, Joseph P. Iannotti, Evan L. Flatow|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2005|