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Amadio, Peter

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Amadio, Peter - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. General

1. History of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
P. C. Amadio

2. Anatomy of the Carpal Tunnel
P. Yugueros, R. A. Berger

3. Normal Anatomy and Variations of the Median Nerve in the Carpal Tunnel
H. -M. Schmidt

4. Etiopathogenesis
R. Luchetti

5. The Pathophysiology of Median Nerve Compression
R. Luchetti

6. Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury as a Common Etiology of “Idiopathic” Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Biochemical and Immunohistochemical Evidence
A. E. Freeland, M. A. Tucci, V. Sud

7. Carpal Canal Pressure Measurements: Literature Review and Clinical Implications
R. Luchetti, R. Schoenhuber

Part II. Diagnosis

8. Clinical Diagnosis
M. Ceruso, R. Angeloni, G. Lauri, G. Checcucci

9. Neurophysiological Assessment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
R. Schoenhuber, L. Capone, R. Gentile, R. Pentore

10. Diagnostic Imaging
E. Cerofolini

11. Quantitative Assessment of Historical and Objective Findings: A New Clinical Severity Scale of CTS
F. Giannini

12. Differential Diagnosis of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
P. C. Amadio

13. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Rare Causes
A. Landi, A. Leti Acciaro, N. Rosa, A. Pellacani

Part III. Treatment

14. Conservative Care for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
J. S. Brault

15. The Cutaneous Innervation of the Palm and Its Implications During Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery
M. M. Tomaino

16. Traditional Technique: Wrist-Palm Incision
G. Cristiani, M. Marcialis

17. Palmar Incision
R. Luchetti

18. Open Carpal Tunnel Release with a Short Palmar Incision and No Specialized Instruments Combined with a Rehabilitation Program for Early Return to Activity
P. A. Nathan

19. The Mini-Invasive Technique for Carpal Tunnel Release: Open Approach with Converse Fiberoptic Light Retractor
P. Giuseppe

20. The Indiana Tome for Carpal Tunnel Release
B. J. Wilhelmi, W. P. Andrew Lee

21. Alternative Techniques and Variants: Double Approach — Proximal and Distal Mini-Incisions
M. Corradi

22. Anatomic Landmarks for Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release
T. K. Cobb, W. P. Cooney

23. Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release
J. C. Y. Chow, A. A. Papachristos

24. Endoscopic Technique: The Gilbert Technique (or Technique by Two Different Portals)
F. Brunelli, C. Spalvieri, A. Gilbert, M. Merle

25. Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release
C.A. Peimer, R. K. Brown

26. Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release: Menon’s Technique
P. G. Castelli, A. Dell’Uomo, C. Ferrari

27. The Distal Single Incision Scope-Assisted Carpal Tunnel Release — Thirteen-Year Follow-Up Results
M. A. Mirza, M. K. Reinhart

28. Carpal Tunnel Release with Limited Visualization
C. Panciera, P. Panciera

29. Closed Technique With Paine Retinaculotome and Modified Retinaculotome MDC
A. Mantovani, L. Cristofaro, A. Ciaraldi

30. Closed Carpal Tunnel Release Technique with GRS
A. Atzei, M. D. Putnam, S. Tognon, L. Cugola

31. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Release Using the Chiena Technique
V. P. Tullio

32. Reconstruction of the Flexor Retinaculum
A. Lluch

33. Critical Appraisal of Transverse Carpal Ligament Reconstruction. Theoretical, Experimental, and Clinical Considerations
M. Altissimi

34. Comparison of Grip Strength Evolution After Carpal Tunnel Release by Three Different Techniques
G. Foucher, G. Pajardi, L. Overstraeten, J. Braga Da Silva

35. Median Nerve Compression Secondary to Fractures of the Distal Radius
A. Badia

Part IV. Rehabilitation

36. Postoperative Treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome After Median Nerve Decompression (Open Field or Endoscopic Technique)
T. Fairplay, G. Urso

Part V. Complications

37. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Surgical Complications
P. Bedeschi

38. Complications Following Endoscopic Treatment
G. Pajardi, G. Pivato, L. Pegoli, D. Pisani

39. Role of Neurosensory Testing in Differential Diagnosis of Failed Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
J. H. Coert, A. L. Dellon

40. Secondary Carpal Tunnel Surgery
T. H. H. Tung, S. E. Mackinnon

41. Hypothenar Fat-Pad Flap
R. Giunta, U. Frank, U. Lanz

42. Management of Recurrence of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome by Using the Abductor Digiti Minimi Muscle Flap to Cover the Median Nerve
J. H. Coert, A. L. Dellon

43. Protection of the Median Nerve with the Pronator Quadratus and Palmaris Brevis Muscle Flaps
B. Battiston, P. Tos, R. Adani

44. Vein Wrapping of the Median Nerve
D. G. Sotereanos, N. A. Darlis

45. Synovial Flap Plasty as a Treatment of Recurrent Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
D. Espen

46. Reverse Island Forearm Flaps for the Coverage of the Median Nerve in Recurrent Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
M. Riccio, A. Bertani, W. A. Morrison

47. The Ulnar Fascial-Fat Flap for the Treatment of Scarred Median Nerve in Recalcitrant Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
A. Vigasio, I. Marcoccio

48. Protective Covering of the Nerve by the “Vela Quadra” Flap
A. Pagliei, F. Catalano, F. Fanfani

49. Free Vascularized Omental Transfer for the Treatment of Recalcitrant Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
R. J. Goitz, J. B. Steichen

Part VI. Evaluation of Results

50. Outcomes Assessment Protocols
R. Padua, E. Romanini, R. Bondì

51. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Multicenter Studies with Multiperspective Assessment — Results of the Italian CTS Study Group
L. Padua

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Keywords: MEDICAL / Public Health MED078000

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2007
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Medicine, Health Care, Mode
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Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
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