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The Little Black Book of Sports Medicine, Second Edition

Author(s): Thomas M. Howard, MD, VCU-Fairfax Family Practice Sports Medicine Fellowship, Virginia
Janus D. Butcher, MD, FACSM, The Duluth Clinic
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  • ISBN-13: 9780763738655
  • ISBN-10:0763738654
  • Paperback    414 pages      © 2006
Price: $27.95 US List
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Thoroughly revised and updated, the second edition of this pocket-sized handbook provides comprehensive, concise, evidence-based information on diagnosing and treating sports medicine injuries and illness. The Little Black Book of Sports Medicine is a convenient resource offering quick access to vital information and makes a great reference for solving pressing problems on the ward, in the clinic, or on the playing field.

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Chapters presented in concise, consistent format, providing easy access to facts and figures.

Thoroughly updated content for the second edition.

Evidence-based, featuring "embedded" references to supporting literature.

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Preface
Medical Abbreviations
Journal and Reference Abbreviations
Contributors
Notice
Ch 1: Injections
1.1 General Principles
1.2 de Quervain's Tenosynovitis
1.3 Trigger Finger
1.4 Extensor Carpi Ulnaris
1.5 Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex
1.6 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
1.7 Tennis Elbow
1.8 Subacromial Space
1.9 Intra-Articular Shoulder
1.10 Acromioclavicular Joint
1.11 Trochnateric Bursitis
1.12 Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome
1.13 Intra-Articular Knee
1.14 Plantar Fascia

Ch 2: Environmental Injuries
2.1 Acute Mountain Sickness

2.2 High-Altitude Pulmonary Edema
2.3 Nonfreezing Injuries: Trench Foot
2.4 Nonfreezing Injuries: Chilblains
2.5 Nonfreezing Injuries: Cold Urticaria
2.6 Freezing Injuries: Frostbite
2.7 Hypothermia

2.8 Hyperthermia

Ch 3: Nutrition and Ergogenetics
3.1 General
3.2 Creatine
3.3 Anabolic Steroids
3.4 Human Growth Hormone
3.5 Erthropoietin
3.6 Stimulants
3.7 HMB
3.8 Chromium Picolinate
3.9 Branched Chain

3.10 Dehydroepiandrosterone/Androstenedione
3.11 Glutamine

Ch 4: Cervical Spine Injuries
4.1 Cervical Strain/Sprain
4.2 Cervical Spondylosis/Stenosis
4.3 Cervical Radiculopathy
4.4 Transient Brachial Plexopathy
4.5 Cervical Instability

Ch 5: Shoulder Injuries
5.1 Acromioclavicular Separation
5.2 Clavicle Fracture
5.3 Anterior Shoulder Dislocation
5.4 Rotator Cuff Tear
5.5 Acromioclavicular Osteoarthritis
5.6 Shoulder Instability
5.7 Impingement/Subacromial Bursitis
5.8 Adhesive Capsulitis
5.9 Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy
5.10 Biceps Tendinitis
5.11 Labral Tear
5.12 Calcific Bursitis/Tendinitis

Ch 6: Elbow Problems
6.1 Lateral Epicondylitis/Tendinitis
6.2 Medial Epicondylitis/Tendinitis
6.3 Posterior Interosseous Entrapment
6.4 Olecranon Bursitis
6.5 Traumatic Elbow Injuries
6.6 Medical Collateral
6.7 Distal Biceps Tendon Injury

Ch 7: Hand Injuries
7.1 Mallet Finger
7.2 Jersey Finger
7.3 Traumatic Dislocation of the Extensor Hood
7.4 Central Slip Avulsion
7.5 Trigger Finger
7.6 Collateral Ligament Tears
7.7 PIP Volar Plate Rupture
7.8 "Skiers" or "Gamekeepers" Thumb
7.9 Middle Phalangeal Fracture
7.10 PIP Fracture Dislocation
7.11 Proximal Phalangeal Fractures
7.12 Metacarpal Fracture
7.13 CMC Fracture Dislocation

7.14 DIP Joint Dislocation

7.15 PIP Dorsal Dislocation

7.16 PIP Palmar Dislocation

7.17 MCP Dislocation

7.18 Extensor Tendon Laceration

7.19 Flexor Tendon Laceration

7.20 Finger Tip or Nail Laceration

7.21 Flexor Tenosynovitis
7.22 Septic Arthritis
7.23 Palmar Space Infection

Ch 8: Wrist Injuries
8.1 Scaphoid Fracture
8.2 Hamate Fracture
8.3 Triquetrum Fracture
8.4 Lunate Osteonecrosis
8.5 Distal Radius Fracture de Quervain's Tenosynovitis
8.7 Intersection Syndrome
8.8 Extensor Carpi Ulnaris Tendinitis
8.9 Flexor Tenosynovitis
8.10 Common Extensor Tenosynovitis
8.11 Scapholunate Dissociation
8.12 Triquetro-Lunate Instability
8.13 TFCC Tear
8.14 Dorsal Impaction Syndrome
8.15 Wrist Ganglion

Ch 9: Back Problems
9.1 Mechanical Low Back Pain
9.2 Discogenic Back Pain
9.3 Sacroiliac Dysfunction
9.4 Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

Ch 10: Hip Pain
10.1 Femoral Stress Fracture
10.2 Femoral Head Avascular Necrosis
10.3 Acetabular Labral Tear

10.4 Iliopectineal Bursitis
10.5 Adductor Tendon Strain
10.6 Ilippsoas Tendon Strain

10.7 Osteitis Publis

10.8 Greater Trochanter Bursitis
10.9 Snapping Hip Syndrome

10.10 Hip Pointer

10.11 Piriformis Syndrome
10.12 Ischiogluteal Bursitis
10.13 Muscle Strains
10.14 Muscle Contusions

10.15 Myositis Ossifcans

10.16 Avulsion Injuries


Ch 11: Knee
11.1 Anterior Cruciate Ligament
11.2 Posterior Cruciate Injuries
11.3 Meniscus Injuries
11.4 Patellar Dislocation and Subluxation
11.5 Quadriceps/Patellar Tendon Rupture
11.6 Medial Collateral Ligament
11.7 Lateral Collateral Ligament
11.8 Retropatellar Knee Pain
11.9 Tendinitis-Patellar or Quadriceps
11.10 Medial Plica Syndrome
11.11 Prepatellar Bursitis

11.12 Pes Anserine Bursitis
11.13 Popliteal Cysts
11.14 Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome

Ch 12: Leg Problems
12.1 Stress Fractures
12.2 Extertional Compartment Syndrome
12.3 Tennis Leg

12.4 Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome

12.5 Vascular Cuases of Exertional Leg Pain

Ch 13: Ankle Injuries

13.1 Lateral Ankle Sprain
13.2 Medial Ankle Sprain
13.3 Peroneal Tendon Subluxation and Dislocation

13.4 Syndesmosis
13.5 Osteochondral Defect of the Talus
13.6 Achilles Tendon Rupture
13.7 Posterior Tibialis Tendon Rupture
13.8 Anterolateral and Syndesmotic Soft Tissue Impingement
13.9 Posterior Tibialis Tendinopathy
13.10 Sinus Tarsi Syndrome
13.11 Distal Fibular Stress Fracture
13.12 Achilles Tendinopathy


Ch 14: The Foot
14.1 Blisters

14.2 Subungal Hematoma
14.3 Hallux Rigidus
14.4 Turf Toe

14.5 Hallux Rigidus
14.6 Sesamoid Problems
14.7 Morton's Neuroma
14.8 Freiberg's Infarction
14.9 Phalangeal Fractures
14.10 Metatarsal Fracture
14.11 Metatarsal Stress Fracture
14.12 Fifth Metatarsal Fractures
14.13 Tarsal Navicular Stress Fracture
14.14 Lisfranc Fracture-Dislocation

14.15 Plantar Fascitis

14.16 Calcaneal Stress Fracture

14.17 Retrocalcaneal Bursitis
14.18 Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

14.19 Os Trigonum Syndrome

Ch 15: Neurology
15.1 Benign Extertional Headache
15.2 Weightlifter's Headache

15.3 Extertional Migraine
15.4 Jogger's Migraine
15.5 Concusssions

15.6 Second Impact Syndrome
15.7 Intracranial Hemorrhage
15.8 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
15.9 Pronator Syndrome
15.10 Ulnar Nerve

15.11 Radial Nerve

Ch 16: Adolescent and Pediatric Problems
16.1 Spondylolysis
16.2 Spondylolisthesis
16.3 Scheuermann's Kyphosis
16.4 Osteochondritis
16.5 Osteochondritis Dessicans of the Elbow
16.6 Osgood-Schlatter Disease
16.7 Sinding-Larsen-Johanssen
16.8 Sever's Disease

16.9 Medical Elbow Apophysisits
16.10 Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis
16.11 Legg-Calve-Perthe
16.12 Toxic Synovitis of the Hip

16.13 Salter Harris Fractures

Ch 17: Cardiovascular Problems
17.1 Exercise-Associated Collapse
17.2 Hypertension

17.3 Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
17.4 Myocarditis
17.5 Mitral Valve Prolapse
17.6 Long QT Syndrome

Ch 18: Issues Unique to the Female Athlete
18.1 Exercise-Associated Amenorrhea

18.2 Osteoporosis
18.3 Eating Disorders

18.4 Exercise in Pregnancy

 

Ch 19: Gastrointestinal Problems
19.1 General Epidemiology

19.2 Upper GI Symptoms
19.3 Lower GI Symptoms
19.4 Gastrointestinal Blood Loss

19.5 Hepatic Injury: Abnormal Liver Function Tests
19.6 Abdominal Pain

 

Ch 20: Infectious Disease
20.1 Acute Febrile Illness
20.2 Infectious Mononucleosis
20.3 Diarrhea
20.4 Cellulitis
20.5 Herpes Gladiatorum
20.6 Tinea Gladiatorum


Ch 21: Other Medical Problems
21.1 Overtraining
21.2 Exertional Rhabdomyolysis

21.3 Exertional Hyponatremia
21.4 Exercise-Induced Hematuraia

21.5 Exercise-Induced Asthma/Bronchospasm
21.6 Exercise-Induced Anaphylaxis
21.7 Cholinergic Urticaria

Ch 22: Rehabilitation Exercises
22.1 Shoulder
22.2 Elbow

22.3 Back

22.4 Knee
22.5 Ankle

Index


Thomas M. Howard, MD-VCU-Fairfax Family Practice Sports Medicine Fellowship, Virginia

Thomas M. Howard, MD completed his residency in Family Medicine at DeWitt Army Community Hospital and his sports fellowship at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland. After retiring from the Army in 2004, he assumed the position as the Program Director of the VCU-Fairfax Family Practice Sports Medicine Fellowship. Dr. Howard has over 10 years of experience in the offi ce practicing sports medicine as well as field side coverage at the high school, collegiate, and professional levels.

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Janus D. Butcher, MD, FACSM-The Duluth Clinic

Janus D. Butcher, MD, FACSM, works at The Duluth Clinic in the Department of Orthopedics.

  • "This is a valuable resource for practitioners involved in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal problems. The design allows for quick reference to a comprehensive list of topics. The second edition also incorporates the most current information pertinent for treatment of these patients."

    Chris Allen Klenck, MD, PharmD
    Indiana University School of Medicine
    Doody's Review Service
    March 2006

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