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Herring (and Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children): 
TACHDJIAN¿S PEDIACTRIC ORTHOPAEDICS, 4e
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SECTIONS AND CHAPTERS					AUTHOR(S)
INTRODUCTION (Description of history 
and scope of pediatric orthopaedics)			J.A. (Tony) Herring, MD	
SECTION I: DISCIPLINES
1 - Growth and Development					John G. Birch, MD
Normal Growth and Development
Disorders of Normal Growth and Development
Evolution of Proportionate Body Size
Physical Growth
Developmental Milestones
2 - The Orthopaedic History					John G. Birch, MD
Chief Complaint
History of Present Illness
Family History
Birth History
Growth and Development: The Key Questions
3 - The Orthopaedic Examination: A Comprehensive 	John G. Birch, MD 
Overview
Recognizing Deformities
Joint Range of Motion
Muscle Strength
Neurologic Assessment
4 - The Orthopaedic Examination: Clinical			John G. Birch, MD
 Application	
Screening Examinations
The Focused Examination
The Art of Examining the Pediatric Patient
5 - Gait Analysis				 		Lori A. Karol, MD
Phases of Gait
Temporal Parameters
Neurologic Control of Gait
Function of Gait
Gait Energy
Kinematics
Muscle Activity
Kinetics
Pedobarography
Pathologic Gait
Gait Analysis Laboratories
6 - The Limping Child			 			Benjamin Stephens Richards, 
MD Abnormal Gait Patterns in Children			and Lawson A.B. Copley, 
MD
Special Considerations Based on Age Group
Differential Diagnosis of Limping in Children
							
7 - Back Pain 		 			 		John A. Herring, MD
History
Physical Examination
Diagnostic Studies
Differential Diagnoses
8 - Anesthesiology			 			Fay Z. Safavi, MBBS, FFARCS
Preoperative Evaluation of Children
Sedation for the Pediatric Patient by Nonanesthesiologists
Acute Pain Management
Regional Analgesia
Intravenous Regional Anesthesia
Strategies to Reduce Blood Transfusions
Latex Allergy
Malignant Hyperthermia
9 - Management of the Child with Developmental Disabilities	Richard C. Adams, M.D. 
 Introduction 							Nancy N. Dodge, M.D.
Overview of Pre-Operative Issues
Specific Developmental Disabilities
Systemic Approach to Identification and Planning for Perioperative Issues
Intervention by the In-Patient Interdisciplinary Team
Pain Management
Family Culture and Support
Prescribing Therapies
10 - Imaging Studies				 		Molly Dempsey, MD, David Wilkes, 
Conventional Radiographic Procedures?		MD, and Marilyn Moody, MD
Normal Radiographic Variants of the Immature Skeleton? 
Radiographic Technique? 
Computed Tomography in Pediatric Orthopaedics? 
Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Pediatric Orthopaedics?
Ultrasonography? 
Nuclear Imaging? 
							 		
SECTION II: ANATOMIC DISORDERS
11 - Disorders of the Neck			 		Charles E. Johnston II, MD 
Overview						Lawson A.B. Copley, MD
Developmental Anatomy
Unique Characteristics
Cervical Deformity without Pain
Congenital Torticollis
Klippel Feil Syndrome
Cervical Deformity with Pain
Acquired Torticollis
Cervical Kyphosis
Cervical Instability
Os Odontoideum
Down Syndrome
12 - Scoliosis 						 	Benjamin Stephens Richards, MD 
and Sucato:
A. Idiopathic Scoliosis				1. Screws in scoliosis
(1) Introduction				2. Complications of new ops
(2) Adolescent					(Delete p 259)
(3) Infantile					3. Anterior (p259, delete 261)
(4) Juvenile					Thoracic. Richards to do Thoraco-
B. Congenital Deformities				Lumbar and lumbar
 C. Other Causes of Scoliosis - neurofibromatosis, 4. Help with decision making and
 Marfan¿s, thoracogenic, post-laminectomy, Level selection
 irradiation, etc. Benjamin Stephens Richards, MD
 D. Early onset scoliosis				Charles E. Johnston II, MD
 
13 - Kyphosis							Charles E. Johnston II, MD
 A. Introduction
 B. Postural Kyphosis
 C. Scheuermann=s Disease
14 - Other Anatomic Disorders of the Spine			Charles E. Johnston II, MD
Spondylolisthesis
Lumbar Disk Herniation
Slipped Vertebral Apophysis
Transitional Vertebra (Bertolotti¿s) Syndrome
 
15 - Disorders of the Upper Extremity		 	Marybeth Ezaki, MD; Peter R. 
Introduction 						Carter, MD; Amy Lake, OTR,CHT; 
Principles of Dressing and Splinting			Scott Noboru Oishi, MD, FACS
Principles of Acute Care
Principles of Reconstruction
Congenital Anomalies
Juvenile Arthritis and Other Noninfectious Inflammatory Conditions
Infections
Traumatic Disorders
Tumors of the Upper Limb
Microsurgery
			
16 - Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip			John A Herring and Daniel J. Sucato
Definition
History
Incidence
Etiology
Associated Conditions
Pathophysiology
Natural History
Clinical Presentation
Imaging Studies
Screening Criteria
Treatment of the Neonate
Treatment of the Young Child (Ages 1 to 6 Months)
Treatment of the Child (Ages 6 Months to 2 Years)
Treatment of the Older Child (Ages 2 Years and Older)
Complications and Pitfalls
Reconstructive Procedures for Dysplasia
Teratologic Dislocation of the Hip
17 - Legg-Calvé-Perthes Disease		 		John A. Herring and Daniel J. Sucato
Definition
History
Etiology
Pathology
Clinical Presentation
Imaging Studies
Classification Systems Based on Radiographic Findings
Differential Diagnosis
Treatment
Long-Term Prognosis
18 - Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis 			John G. Birch, MD 
Introduction
Incidence and Epidemiology
Classification
Etiology
Pathology
Clinical Picture
Imaging Studies
Treatment
Complications
Long-Term Outcome for Patients with Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis
19 - Developmental Coxa Vara				John G. Birch, MD			
Incidence
Heredity
Clinical Features
Radiographic Findings
Pathophysiology
Biomechanics
Treatment
20 - Disorders of the Femur				 	J.A. (Tony) Herring, MD
 A. Femoral Anteversion	
 B. Intoeing					
21 - Disorders of the Knee			 Karl E. Rathjen, MD and Philip L.Wilson, MD 
	A. Congenital Dislocation
 B. Genu Recurvatum
 C. Patellar Problems (absence, bipartite)
 D. Osgood-Schlater
 E. OCD
 F. Popliteal Cyst
22 - Disorders of the Leg			 		Charles E. Johnston II, MD
 A. Congenital Posteromedial Bow of the Tibia
 B. Congenital Pseudarthrosis of the Tibia and/or Fibula
 C. Genu Varum
 D. Knock Knees
 E. Tibial Torsion
 
23 - Disorders of the Foot 				John A Herring, Lori A. Karol, B. Stephens 
Introduction 					Richards, and Charles E. Johnston
Normal Variations 
Osteochondroses 
Congenital Deformities 
Neurogenic Abnormalities 
Toe Deformities 
24 - Limb Length Discrepancy	 			John G. Birch, MD	
Leg Length Inequality 
Principles of Angular Deformity Correction in Children 
SECTION III: NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS
25 - Disorders of the Brain					Lori A. Karol, MD
 A. Cerebral Palsy
 B. Ataxia Syndromes (including Friedrich=s)
 C. Basal Ganglion Syndromes
 D. Rhett=s 
 E. Metachromatic Leukodystrophy
 F. Brain Tumors
 G. Hereditary Spastic Paraparesis	
 H. Upper limb						Marybeth Ezaki, MD			
26 - Disorders of the Spinal Cord	
 A. Myelomeningocele					Benjamin Stephens Richards, MD
 B. Dystraphic Syndromes				Benjamin Stephens Richards, MD
 C. Sacral Agenesis					Benjamin Stephens Richards, MD 
 D. SMA						Daniel J. Sucato, MD, MS
 E. Spinal Cord Tumors				Daniel J. Sucato, MD, MS
27 - Poliomyelitis						J.A. (Tony) Herring, MD	
 
28 - Disorders of the Peripheral Nervous System			 
 A. Charcot-Marie-Tooth (or HSM=s)		Lori A. Karol, MD
 B. Guillian-Barre						
 C. Sciatic Nerve Palsy					
 D. Peroneal Nerve Palsy					
 
29 - Muscle Diseases						Lori A. Karol, MD	 
 A. Muscular Dystrophies
 B. Congenital Myotonia
 C. Myotonic Dystrophy
 D. Myesthenia Gravis
 E. Miscellaneous Muscle Diseases
SECTION IV: ORTHOPAEDIC DISORDERS
30 - Skeletal Dysplasias				 	Lori A. Karol, MD
 A. Multiple Epiphyseal Dysplasia (MED)
 B. Diastrophic Dysplasia
 C. Mucopolysaccharidoses (Morquio¿s
 syndrome, Maroteaux-Lamy syndrome, etc)		Need succint overview of 
 
D. SED, Trevor¿s, Conradi¿s, Melorheostosis??		MED/SEDs
 E. Achondroplasia and Hypochondroplasia
 F. Metaphyseal Chondrodysplasia
 G. Pseudoachondroplastic Sponlylometaphyseal 
 Dysplasia
 H. Fibrous Dysplasia - TO BE IN BONE TUMOR CHAPTER
 I. Diaphyseal Dysplasia (Engelmann¿s disease)
 J. Idiopathic Juvenile Osteoporosis, Osteopetrosis, Idiopathic
 Osteolysis, Progressive Diaphyseal Dysplasia, Cleidocranial
 Dysostosis, Osteopathia Striata, Osteopoikilosis, Infantile
 Cortical Hyperostosis, Sanfilippo Type C Syndrome, Hunter
 Syndrome, Hurley Syndrome??	
 
31 - Orthopaedic Related Syndromes
 A. Marfan¿s						John G. Birch, MD		
 B. Stickler¿s						John G. Birch, MD		
 C. Congenital Contractural 
 Arachnodactyly		 		Charles E. Johnston II, MD	
 D. Homocystinuria					John G. Birch, MD	
 E. Nail-Patella			 			Lori A. Karol, MD	
 F. Larsen¿s Syndrome		 			Charles E. Johnston II, MD
 G. Apert¿s Syndrome			 		Peter R. Carter, MD	
 H. Down¿s Syndrome			 		Benjamin Stephens Richards, MD
 I. Neurofibromatosis			 		Benjamin Stephens Richards, MD
 J. Fibrodysplasia Ossificans
 Progressiva					Benjamin Stephens Richards, MD	
	K. Ehler¿s Danlos			 		J.A. (Tony) Herring, MD		
 L. Gaucher¿s Disease					Lori A. Karol, MD		
 M. Arthrogryposis Mulitplex Congenita		Charles E. Johnston II, MD
 N. Freeman-Sheldon			 		Lori A. Karol, MD
 O. Cornelia de Lange			 		Lori A. Karol, MD
 P. Rubinstein-Taybi			 		J.A. (Tony) Herring, MD
 Q. Otopalatal Digital			 		J.A. (Tony) Herring, MD		
 R. Proteus						John G. Birch, MD		
 S. Klippel-Trenauney					John G. Birch, MD
 T. Metatrophic Dwarfism		 		Charles E. Johnston II, MD	
 U. Camptomelic					J.A. (Tony) Herring, MD
 V. Ellis-Van Creveld 					Lori A. Karol, MD 
 W. Jeune¿s Disease					J.A. (Tony) Herring, MD		
		
32 - Metabolic Bone Diseases					Karl E. Rathjen, MD	
 A. Nutritional Rickets				
 B. Neonatal Rickets						
 
 C. Vitamin D-Resistant Rickets				
 D. Miscellaneous Forms of Rickets			
 E. Renal Osteodystrophy				
 F. Hyperparathyroidism, Scurvy, Hypervitaminosis	
 A, D, Hypothyroidism, Hypoparathyroidism, 
 Hypophosphatasia, Pseudohypoparathyroidism	
 G. Osteogenesis Imperfecta					John G. Birch, MD	
33 - Limb Deficiencies						J.A. (Tony) Herring, MD, 	
									Marybeth Ezaki, MD, Peter 	
									R. Carter, MD, and Don 	
									Cummings
34- Arthritis							 	J.A. (Tony) Herring, MD
Joints
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
Spondyloarthropathies
Acute Transient Synovitis of the Hip
Neuropathic Arthropathies
Tuberculous Arthritis
Tuberculosis of the Spine
Gonococcal Arthritis
35 - Bone and Joint Infection						 Lawson A.B. Copley, MD
A. Acute Osteomyelitis and Septic Arthritis			
 B. Complications
 (1) Osteonecrosis of the Proximal Femur
 (2) Chronic Osteomyelitis
 C. Special Considerations
36 - Hematologic Disorders						J.A. (Tony) Herring, MD
Hemophilia
Sickle Cell Disease
 		
SECTION V: MUSCULOSKELETAL TUMORS 
37- General Principles of Tumor Management			J.A. (Tony) Herring, MD
38 - Benign Musculoskeletal Tumors				Benjamin Stephens Richards, MD
Simple Bone Cysts (Solitary Bone Cyst, Unicameral Bone Cyst)
Aneurysmal Bone Cyst
Fibrous Dysplasia
Osteofibrous Dysplasia of the Tibia and Fibula (Campanacci¿s Disease)
Solitary Osteochondroma
Hereditary Multiple Exostoses
Solitary Enchondroma
Multiple Enchondromatosis (Ollier¿s Disease) and Maffucci¿s Syndrome
Chondroblastoma
Chondromyxoid Fibroma
Osteoid Osteoma
Osteoblastoma
Histiocytosis X (Langerhans¿ Cell Histiocytosis)
Nonossifying Fibroma and Fibrous Cortical Defect
Primary Synovial Chondromatosis
Pigmented Villonodular Synovitis and Giant- Cell Tumor of the Tendon Sheath
Dysplasia Epiphysealis Hemimelica (Trevor¿s Disease)
39 - Malignant Musculoskeletal Tumors				Dr. Gebhardt
 A. Osteogenic Sarcoma
 B. Parosteal Sarcoma
 C. Chondrosarcoma
 D. Ewing=s Sarcoma
 E. Fibrosarcoma
 F. Muscle Sarcoma
 G. Metastatic Tumors (Neuroblastoma, Wilm=s)
 H. Synovial Sarcoma 			
SECTION VI: INJURIES 
40 - General Principles of Orthopaedic Injuries		 	Karl E. Rathjen, MD
Introduction
Unique Properties of the Immature Skeleton
Care of the Multiply Injured Child
Open Fractures
Compartment Syndrome
Vascular Injuries
Casts
Child Abuse
Summary
41 - Spinal Injuries 				Karl E. Rathjen, MD & Daniel J. Sucato, MD, MS
 A. Cervical Spine KR
 B. Thoracic Spine DS
 C. Lumbar Spine DS
 D. Sacrum DS
42 - Upper Extremity Injuries 		Karl E. Rathjen, MD, Marybeth Ezaki, MD, Peter 
						R. Carter, MD & David Alexander Podeszwa, M.D.
A. The Clavicle 
 
 B. The AC joint
 C. The Scapula
 D. The Proximal Humerus
 E. The Shaft of Humerus
 F. The Elbow (supracondylar, intercondylar, lateral condyle, 
 medial epicondyle, olecranon, dislocation, proximal radius)
 G. The Forearm (Monteggia, radius & ulna, isolated radius & ulna, 
 distal radius & ulna)							
 H. The Carpals
 I. The Metacarpals
 J. The Phalanges
 
43 - Lower Extremity Injuries 	David Alexander Podeszwa, M.D and Philip L.Wilson, MD
 A. The Pelvis DP
 B. The Hip DP
 	C. The Femur DP
 	D. The Knee PW
 E. The Tibia PW
 F. The Ankle PW
 G. The Foot PW

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Pediatric orthopedics.
Orthopedics.
Child.
Infant.