Demonstrating current management techniques for traumatic fractures and dislocations of the upper extremity, this atlas utilizes
a practical, how-to structure, discussing philosophy, approach, patient positioning, prepping, draping, and surgical techniques
for each type of injury. Generously illustrated with intraoperative photos, the chapters of this atlas are arranged by anatomic
location, from the clavicle and shoulder down to the fingers, with each chapter briefly describing the thought processes involved
in choosing surgical interventions and applied anatomy approaches, fixation selections, and techniques. Actual case examples,
cadaver photos and plentiful radiographs illustrate the text for a strongly visual presentation, and a list of "Eglsederisms"
- pithy bits of advice for residents and veteran surgeons alike - set the stage for a highly demonstrative resource for orthopedic
and trauma surgeons, residents and fellows.