Stoller’s Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine The Shoulder

Stoller’s Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine The Shoulder – 1st edition

Stoller’s Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine: The Shoulder (Print Only) has complied over 25 years of trailblazing shoulder research and clinical experience into one comprehensive must have volume. This book will take readers through two decades of the most important developments in shoulder imaging:
Benchmark development of the ABER technique
The description of the IGLLC complex and BLC complex
Description of the “J” sign and first MR images of the HAGL lesion
MR description of the anterior band of the inferior glenohumeral ligament
MR findings of the throwing athlete including thickened posterior band and adaptive changes of glenoid fossa
New perspective on partial rotator cuff tears including the role of the coracohumeral ligament and the superior glenohumeral ligament complex
Pattern recognition of SLAP tears based on coronal images of the BLC
Description of type 1, 2, and 3 BLC complexes
Criteria for adhesive capsulitis on MR
MDI findings on MRI
Access this essential wealth of knowledge along with the most extensive cadaver MR correlation in the country to hone your skills as an imaging expert. In order to organize this inclusive collection of imaging information from the foremost authority in the subject, a new format consisting of a bulleted text and image rich layout provides for rapid understanding and easy access.
New features include:
One of the most comprehensive collections of color illustrations of orthopaedic pathoanatomy
The proven Stoller Checklist approach to MR joint interpretation for accurate and reproducible image interpretation
Key concepts to emphasize and reinforce critical information throughout a chapter
Detailed and comprehensive figure legends that not only describe an image, but provide information and novel concepts about a disorder.
3T and high resolution MR images
Introductory section on Practical Guide to Shoulder Imaging outlines the key factors to advanced imaging diagnostics
Arthroscopy and surgical correlation

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