DeLee & Drez's Orthopaedic Sports Medicine - 3rd Edition - ISBN: 9781416031437, 9781437721713

DeLee & Drez's Orthopaedic Sports Medicine

3rd Edition

Principles and Practicies: Expert Consult - Online and Print, 2-Volume Set

Authors: Mark Miller Stephen Thompson
eBook ISBN: 9781437721713
eBook ISBN: 9781455708574
Imprint: Saunders
Published Date: 26th August 2009
Page Count: 2392

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Here's the New Edition of the must-have reference in sports medicine! Covering all athletes throughout their lifespan, this 2-volume reference explores the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of the full spectrum of sports-related injuries and medical disorders. It provides the most clinically focused, comprehensive guidance available in any single source, with contributions from the most respected authorities in the field. Thoroughly revised and updated, you’ll find state-of-the-art coverage in an all-new full-color format and access to the complete contents online, with video clips and more!

Key Features

  • Encompasses imaging techniques, the management of both adult and child/adolescent injuries, and sports-related fractures to help you meet for every clinical challenge.
  • Includes coverage of important non-orthopaedic conditions in the management of the athlete for a complete guide to treatment.
  • Integrates coverage of pediatric and aging athletes to help you meet the unique needs of these patients.
  • Covers rehabilitation and other therapeutic modalities in the context of return to play.

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Basic Science and Injury of Muscle, Tendon and Ligament, Section editor: Mark D. Miller

Section A. Physiology of injury to musculoskeletal structures

1. Muscle and tendon injury
2. Ligamentous injury
3. Articular cartilage injury
4. Meniscus injury
5. Bone injury

Section B. Fundamentals of biomechanics

Section C. Design and statistics in sports medicine

Chapter 2. Surgical principles, Section editor: Jesse C. DeLee

Section A. Arthroscopic principles

Section B. Suture materials

Section C. Allograft tissues

Chapter 3. Non-orthopaedic conditions, Section editor: Thomas M. Best

Section A. Infectious disease and sports

Section B. Management of hypertension in athletes

Section C. Sudden death in athletes: causes, screening strategies, use of participation guidelines and treatment of episodes

Section D. Diabetes mellitus

Section E. Exercise-induced bronchospasm

Section F. Sports and epilepsy

Section G. Dermatologic disorders

Chapter 4. Exercise physiology, Section Editors: Joseph M. Hart, Donald E. Fowler, III, David J. Lunardini

Chapter 5. Rehabilitation and therapeutic modalities, Section editors: Russell Paine, Bob Mangine

Section A. Language of exercise and rehabilitation

Section B. Electrical stimulation

Section C. Therapeutic cold and heat

Section D. Therapeutic exercise modalities

Section E. Stretching

Section F. Role of proprioceptive and functional joint stability

Chapter 6. Principles of injury prevention, Section editor: Bert Mandelbaum

Section A. General principles

Section B. Factors predisposing to injury

Section C. Functional training for knee injury prevention

Section D. Functional training for shoulder injury prevention

Chapter 7. Complications, Section editor: Mark D. Miller

Section A. Complex regional pain syndromes including reflex sympathetic dystrophy and causalgia

Section B. DVT and pulmonary embolism

Section C. Infection: prevention, control, and treatment

Chapter 8. Nutrition, pharmacology and psychology in sports, Section editors: Edward McDevitt, Dave Brown

Section A. Nutrition

Section B. Pharmacology

1. Sports pharmacology: ergogenic drugs in sports

Section C. Psychology

Section D. Chronobiology

Chapter 9. The young athlete

Chapter 10. The female athlete, Section Editors: Letha Y. Griffin, April Armstrong, Marlene DeMaio

Chapter 11. Environmental Stress, Section Editor: Gomez

Section A. Heat

Section B. Cold

Section C. Stress

Chapter 12. The team physician: preparticipation examination, on-field emergencies, and ethical and legal issues, Section Editors: COL Thomas M. DeBerardino, MAJ Brett D. Owens

Chapter 13. Basic imaging techniques, Section Editors: Clement, Gilley

Chapter 14. Stress injuries, Section Editor: Luke Choi


Chapter 15. Head injuries, Section Editors: Robert C. Cantu, Robert V. Cantu

Chapter 16. Spinal injuries

Section A. Cervical spine injuries

1. Cervical spine injuries in the adult
2. Cervical spine injuries in the child

Section B. Thoracolumbar injuries

1. Thoracolumbar injuries in the adult
2. Thoracolumbar injuries in the child

Chapter 17. Shoulder, Section editors: Brad Edwards, Elkousy

Section A. Anatomy and biomechanics

1. Anatomy and biomechanics of the adult
2. Anatomy and biomechanics of the child

Section B. Sternoclavicular joint injuries

1. Sternoclavicular joint injuries in the adult
2. Sternoclavicular joint injuries in the child

Section C. Acromioclavicular injuries

Section D. Glenoid and scapular fractures

Section E. Coracoid injuries

Section E. Scapulothoracic bursitis

Section F. Sternum and rib fractures in adults and children

Section G. Muscle and tendon ruptures

Section H. Glenohumeral instabilities

2. Glenohumeral instabilities in the child
3. Imaging of glenohumeral instabilities

Section I. Rotator cuff problems

1. Impingement
2. Labral
3. Tears

Section J. Injuries of the proximal humerus

1. Injuries of the proximal humerus in adults
2. Injuries of the proximal humerus in children

Section K. Adhesive capsulitis

Section L. Shoulder replacement

Section M. Nerve lesions

Section N. Thoracic outlet syndrome

Section O. Vascular problems

Chapter 18. Arm, Section editor: Fred Corley

Section A. Soft tissue and fracture

Section B. Neurovascular

Chapter 19. Elbow and forearm, Section editor: Larry Field, Savoie

Section A. Biomechanics

Section B. Tendinopathies, overload injuries and ruptures

Section C. Throwing injuries

1. Throwing injuries in adults
2. Throwing injuries in children

Section D. Osteocondroses

Section E. Forearm fractures

Section F. Heterotrophic ossifications

Section G. Neurovascular problems about

Chapter 20. Wrist and Hand,Section editor: Jack Ingari

Section A. Wrist

1. The adult wrist
2. The child wrist

Section B. Hand

1. The adult hand
2. The child hand

Section C. Arthroscopy

Chapter 21. Hip, pelvis and thigh, Section editor: Mark D. Miller

Section A. Hip and pelvis

Section B. The thigh

Section C. Physical activity and sports participation following total hip arthroplasty

Chapter 22. Patella, Section editor: David Drez

Section A. Patellar and quadriceps tendinopathies and ruptures

Section B. Osteocondroses

Section C. Subluxation and dislocation

1. subluxation and dislocation: acute
2. subluxation and dislocation: recurrent

Section D. Patellar fractures

Chapter 23. Knee, Section editor: Mark D. Miller

Section A. Relevant biomechanics of the knee

Section B. Meniscal injuries

Section C. Medial ligament injuries

Section D. Anterior cruciate ligament injuries

1. Anterior cruciate ligament injuries in the adult
2. Anterior cruciate ligament injuries in the child

Section E. Posterior cruciate ligament injuries

1. Posterior cruciate ligament injuries in the adult
2. Posterior cruciate ligament injuries in the child

Section F. Lateral and posterolateral injuries of the knee

Section G. Multiple ligament knee injuries

Section H. Osteochondritis dissecans

Section I. Articular cartilage lesion

Section J. Knee replacement in aging athletes

Section K. High tibial osteotomy in the anterior cruciate ligament-deficient knee with varus angulation

Section L. Vascular problems - popliteal artery entrapment

Chapter 24. Leg, Section editor: David Drez

Section A. Stress fractures

Section B. exertional compartment syndrome

Chapter 25. Foot and ankle, Section editors: William McGarvey, Thomas Clanton

Section A. Biomechanics

Section B. Sports shoes and orthotics

Section C. Ligament injuries

Section D. Tendon injuries

Section E. Stress fractures

Section F. Heel pain

Section G. Entrapment neuropathies

Section H. Forefoot conditions, including nails

Section I. Articular Cartilage Lesions

Section J. Osteochondroses

Appendix. Sports medicine terminology, Dean C. Taylor, Robert A. Arciero, Donald T. Kirkendall, William E. Garrett, Jr.


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About the Authors

Mark Miller

Affiliations and Expertise

S. Ward Casscells Professor, Department of Orthopaedics, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

Stephen Thompson

Affiliations and Expertise

Cooperating Associate Professor of Sports Medicine, University of Maine, Medical Director, EMMC Sports Health, Deputy Editor, The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Eastern Maine Medical Center Bangor, Maine; Cofounder and Codirector, Miller Review Course Part II, Denver , Colorado