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Overview

The treatment of chondral damage and early arthritis in patients remains a challenge. Biologic Joint Reconstruction: Alternatives to Joint Arthroplasty has accepted this challenge, providing a comprehensive look into the fast growing area of cartilage repair and early arthritis surgery for virtually every major joint. Drs. Brian J. Cole and Andreas H. Gomoll have created a text that includes a detailed approach to surgical management utilizing procedures such as osteotomy, cartilage repair, and unicompartmental knee replacement. Treatment indications, surgical techniques, and non-operative treatment in the knee, shoulder, hip and smaller joints are also highlighted in the text. Additional Topics Include: Imaging modalities for Cartilage Defects Meniscal transplantation Limited prosthetic resurfacing Allograft Processing and Safety Pharmacological Treatment Cell-based therapy with ACI Unicompartmental knee replacement Biologic Joint Reconstruction is the only orthopedic text on the market that combines discussion of biological and limited prosthetic options for the treatment of chondral damage and early arthritis for the young active adult, as well as for traditional joint replacement patients.

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Reviewer: Mark Gonzalez, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description: This is a one-of-a-kind publication on a topic rarely covered in orthopedic textbooks. The editors collaborated with a renowned group of authors to compile a comprehensive review of biologic joint resurfacing including basic science and future directions. Authors such as Steadman, Hangody, and Cole are the leaders in the field of cartilage repair.
Purpose: The purpose is to enlighten physicians about new cutting-edge technology in biologics that may provide viable alternatives to prosthetic replacement in the management of the traumatic or degenerative joint.
Audience: Academic orthopedic surgeons with a particular interest in joint resurfacing are the intended audience, but the book also may be useful for academic libraries to document and present case-based alternatives to residents and fellows in training.
Features: I enjoyed the chapters written by the founders of particular procedures, such as Dr. Steadman's on microfracture, and though there is obviously some inherent bias, the discussion is appropriate. I also appreciated the sections on operative treatment of the hip and elbows particularly, as I have little experience with hip or elbow arthroscopy or pelvic osteotomy and these chapters provide a comprehensive update. The greatest drawback to this book is its attempt to superficially cover all subjects. In the discussion of biologics and resurfacing, an understanding of the basic science upon which it is based is essential. There are many great scientists who could elaborate more eloquently on articular cartilage and chondrocyte basic science. Furthermore, advocating for the use of nutraceuticals comes at an unfortunate time, since the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons publicly has denounced their use (AAOS practice guidelines for osteoarthritis of the knee; published JAAOS 2009) for a lack of scientific data. The book would have been better without this chapter.
Assessment: The first book to come to mind that bears some similarity to this one is Basic Science, Clinical Repair and Reconstruction of Articular Cartilage Defects: Current Status and Prospects, Zanasi et al. (Timeo Editore, 2006). In contrast, this book offers the advantage of discussing the contemporary management of the young patient with hip pain through hip arthroscopy and osteotomy.
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Reviewer: Mark Gonzalez, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description: This is a one-of-a-kind publication on a topic rarely covered in orthopedic textbooks. The editors collaborated with a renowned group of authors to compile a comprehensive review of biologic joint resurfacing including basic science and future directions. Authors such as Steadman, Hangody, and Cole are the leaders in the field of cartilage repair.
Purpose: The purpose is to enlighten physicians about new cutting-edge technology in biologics that may provide viable alternatives to prosthetic replacement in the management of the traumatic or degenerative joint.
Audience: Academic orthopedic surgeons with a particular interest in joint resurfacing are the intended audience, but the book also may be useful for academic libraries to document and present case-based alternatives to residents and fellows in training.
Features: I enjoyed the chapters written by the founders of particular procedures, such as Dr. Steadman's on microfracture, and though there is obviously some inherent bias, the discussion is appropriate. I also appreciated the sections on operative treatment of the hip and elbows particularly, as I have little experience with hip or elbow arthroscopy or pelvic osteotomy and these chapters provide a comprehensive update. The greatest drawback to this book is its attempt to superficially cover all subjects. In the discussion of biologics and resurfacing, an understanding of the basic science upon which it is based is essential. There are many great scientists who could elaborate more eloquently on articular cartilage and chondrocyte basic science. Furthermore, advocating for the use of nutraceuticals comes at an unfortunate time, since the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons publicly has denounced their use (AAOS practice guidelines for osteoarthritis of the knee; published JAAOS 2009) for a lack of scientific data. The book would have been better without this chapter.
Assessment: The first book to come to mind that bears some similarity to this one is Basic Science, Clinical Repair and Reconstruction of Articular Cartilage Defects: Current Status and Prospects, Zanasi et al. (Timeo Editore, 2006). In contrast, this book offers the advantage of discussing the contemporary management of the young patient with hip pain through hip arthroscopy and osteotomy.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781556428500
  • Publisher: SLACK, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/1/2009
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 376
  • Product dimensions: 8.70 (w) x 11.20 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author


Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA is a Professor in the Department of Orthopedics with a conjoint appointment in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. He is the Section Head of the Cartilage Research Program at Rush University Medical Center and the Cartilage Restoration Center at Rush, a multidisciplinary program specializing in the restoration of articular cartilage and meniscal deficiency. He also serves as the head of the Orthopedic Master’s Program and trains residents and fellows in sports medicine.

Dr. Cole received his MD and MBA from the University of Chicago in 1990, completed his residency at The Hospital for Special Surgery in New York in 1996, and completed his Sports Medicine Fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh in 1997. He specializes in arthroscopic shoulder, elbow, and knee surgery. He has a specific interest in arthroscopic reconstruction of athlete’s shoulder (rotator cuff, instability, and arthritis), elbow, and knee. He is the principal investigator for numerous FDA clinical trials and regularly performs basic science research.

He has authored and edited several hundred peer-reviewed publications, including highly recognized orthopedic textbooks on arthroscopy, sports medicine, and cartilage transplantation. His publications also include nearly 1000 book chapters, technique papers, and presentations describing the techniques and results of shoulder, elbow, and knee surgery. Dr. Cole lectures and teaches the techniques of cartilage restoration and shoulder arthroscopy on a national and international level. He also is a member of numerous national societies and serves on the Board of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and assumes many high level positions on society organizing committees.

Dr. Cole was chosen as one of the “Best Doctors in America” each year since 2004 and as a “Top Doctor” in the Chicago Metro area each year since 2003. In 2006, he was featured as “Chicago’s Top Doctor” and placed on the cover of Chicago Magazine. Dr. Cole is the team physician for the Chicago Bulls NBA Basketball team and DePaul University in Chicago, and is co-team physician for the Chicago White Sox Major League Baseball team.

Andreas Gomoll, MD is Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts. He is part of the Cartilage Repair Center, which specializes in treating patients with complex osteochondral and meniscal injuries. His clinical and research interests lie in the optimization of cartilage and meniscal repair techniques.

Dr. Gomoll received his MD from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich, Germany in 1997. He then spent 2 years in the Orthopaedic Research Laboratory at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts before joining the Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Residency Program, from which he graduated in 2005. He completed a fellowship in Sports Medicine at Rush University in Chicago, Illinois, before returning to Brigham and Women’s Hospital as attending orthopaedic surgeon in 2006. He has authored and coauthored multiple publications, book chapters, and reviews on the topic of cartilage repair and reconstruction.

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Table of Contents


Contents

Dedication
Acknowledgments
About the Editors
Contributing Authors
Preface
Foreword

SECTION I: BACKGROUND: ARTICULAR CARTILAGE AND ALLOGRAFT PROCESSING
Chapter 1: Overview of Articular Cartilage Pathology
Sanjeev Bhatia, BS; Neil Ghodadra, MD; and Nikhil N. Verma, MD
Chapter 2: Patient Evaluation and Comorbidities: Malalignment, Meniscal Deficiency, and Instability
Neil Ghodadra, MD; Sanjeev Bhatia, BS; and Nikhil N. Verma, MD
Chapter 3: Imaging Modalities for Cartilage Defects
Hiroshi Yoshioka, MD, PhD and Philipp Lang, MD
Chapter 4: Allograft Processing and Safety
Michael A. Yusaf, MD and David R. McAllister, MD

SECTION II: NONOPERATIVE TREATMENT
Chapter 5: Neutraceuticals
Jennifer Baima, MD
Chapter 6: Pharmacological Treatments for Osteoarthritis
Kathleen M. Weber, MD, MS
Chapter 7: Rehabilitation of Articular Cartilage Lesions of the Knee Joint
Kevin E. Wilk, DPT, PT; Michael M. Reinold, DPT, ATC, CSCS; and Charles D. Simpson II, DPT

SECTION III: OPERATIVE TREATMENT: KNEE
Chapter 8: Arthroscopic Debridement of the Knee
Lutul Farrow, MD and Richard D. Parker, MD
Chapter 9: The Microfracture Technique
J. Richard Steadman, MD; William G. Rodkey, DVM; and Karen K. Briggs, MPH
Chapter 10: Introduction to Osteochondral Autograft Transplantation
Adam S. Levin, MD; Michael Angel, MD; and Nicholas A. Sgaglione, MD
Chapter 11: Mosaicplasty
László Hangody, MD, PhD, DSc and Tamás Koreny, MD
Chapter 12: Osteochondral Autograph Transfer
Ouida L. Brown, MD; Craig D. Morgan, MD; and Elliott H. Leitman, MD
Chapter 13: Osteochondral Allografts
Brian T. Feeley, MD and Riley J. Williams, III, MD
Chapter 14: Cell-Based Therapy With Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation
Scott D. Gillogly, MD, FACS and Corey B. Kendall, MD
Chapter 15: Existing Cell-Based Technologies Outside the United States: United Kingdom and Europe
Parag Kumar Jaiswal, MRCS; William Bartlett, MRC; and George Bentley, DSc, ChM, FRCS
Chapter 16: Minimally Invasive Second-Generation Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation
Alberto Gobbi, MD and Lyndon Bathan, MD
Chapter 17: Future Developments in Cartilage Repair
Andreas H. Gomoll, MD, and Jack Farr, MD
Chapter 18: Meniscus Transplantation
Andreas Gomoll, MD and Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA
Chapter 19: Management of Osteochondritis Dissecans of the Knee
Joshua B Owens, MD and Christian Lattermann, MD
Chapter 20: Specific Considerations for Patellofemoral Chondral Disease
Jack Farr, MD
Chapter 21: Proximal Tibial and Distal Femoral Oseotomy
Ammar Anbari, MD
Chapter 22: Concurrent Techniques for the Treatment of Unicompartmental Arthritis:
Meniscus Allograft Transplantation, Cartilage Repair, and Osteotomy
Andreas H. Gomoll, MD and Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA
Chapter 23: Unicompartmental Knee Replacement
C. Lowry Barnes, MD and Richard D. Scott, MD

SECTION IV: OPERATIVE TREATMENT: HIP
Chapter 24: Hip Arthroscopy
John C. Carlisle, MD and John C. Clohisy, MD
Chapter 25: Osteotomy of the Hip and Pelvis
Yi-Meng Yen, MD, PhD and Young-Jo Kim, MD, PhD
Chapter 26: Arthroscopic Femoral Head Partial Resurfacing
Marc J. Philippon, MD and Karen K. Briggs, MPH

SECTION V: OPERATIVE TREATMENT: SHOULDER
Chapter 27: Arthroscopic Glenohumeral Debridement and Capsular Release
Emilie V. Cheung, MD and Marc R. Safran, MD
Chapter 28: Biologic Glenohumeral Resurfacing
Michael J. DeFranco, MD; Allison G. McNickle, MS; and Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA
Chapter 29: Limited Shoulder Prosthetic Resurfacing
Robert H. Rolf, MD; John Dunn, BA; Jon J. P. Warner, MD; and Laurence D. Higgins, MD

SECTION VI: OPERATIVE TREATMENT: ELBOW
Chapter 30: Elbow Arthroscopy
Neal S. ElAttrache, MD; Anthony S. Wei, MD; Guillem Gonzalez-Lomas, MD;
and Christopher S. Ahmad, MD
Chapter 31: Nonprosthetic Elbow Arthroplasty
Michael A. Baskies, MD and David Ring, MD, PhD
Chapter 32: Biologic Resurfacing of the Elbow Joint
Raffy Mirzayan, MD; Betsy McAllister, MD; and John M. Itamura, MD

SECTION VII: OPERATIVE TREATMENT: FOOT AND ANKLE
Chapter 33: Ankle Arthroscopy
A. Dushi Parameswaran, MD and Simon Lee, MD
Chapter 34: Cartilage Repair in the Ankle
Simon Görtz, MD and William D. Bugbee, MD
Index

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