Shoulder Arthroscopy / Edition 1by James Tibone
Pub. Date: 07/31/2003
Publisher: Springer New York
With the dramatic evolution of shoulder arthroscopy techniques over the past five years, practitioners must search through numerous educational resources to learn about specific indications and definitive techniques. The field of orthopaedics lacks an all-encompassing text that is strictly and exclusively devoted to shoulder arthroscopy. Drs. James Tibone, Felix
With the dramatic evolution of shoulder arthroscopy techniques over the past five years, practitioners must search through numerous educational resources to learn about specific indications and definitive techniques. The field of orthopaedics lacks an all-encompassing text that is strictly and exclusively devoted to shoulder arthroscopy. Drs. James Tibone, Felix Savoie III, and Benjamin Shaffer have assembled the leading authorities in shoulder arthroscopy to provide the practitioner with invaluable information on the most cutting edge procedures to treat impingement problems, frozen shoulder, calcific tendonitis, and shoulder instability. This comprehensive, practical volume is enhanced with striking illustrations, detailing the surgical technique from positioning to closure. The chapter format gives introductory comments about disease/disorder, clinical presentation, surgical indications/patient selection, contraindications, surgical techniques, results, complications and pitfalls. There are also selected references and recommended readings at the end of each chapter. Shoulder Arthroscopy will be essential for all practicing orthopaedic surgeons, sports medicine and shoulder specialists who want to expand their expertise in this area.
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Table of Contents
SECTION 1: ANATOMY/TECHNIQUE. Diagnostic Shoulder Arthroscopy - Lateral Decubitus Position, Beach Chair Position. Arthroscopic Shoulder Anatomy. Arthroscopic Knot Tying. SECTION 2: GLENOHUMERAL PATHOLOGY. Debridement and/or Capsular Release. Synovectomy for Synovial Disease. SECTION 3: SLAP AND BICEPS LESIONS. Treatment of SLAP Lesions. Arthroscopic Biceps Tenodesis. SECTION 4: INSTABILITY. Anterior Instability - Suretac Technique, Suture Anchor Technique. Posterior Instability. Multidirectional Instability - Suture Plication Technique, Thermal Technique. Arthroscopic Stabilization using Knotless Anchor Technique. SECTION 5: STIFFNESS. Capsular Release for the Stiff/Frozen Shoulder. SECTION 6: SUBACROMIAL PATHOLOGY/ROTATOR CUFF TEARS. Subacromial Decompression. Management of Partial Rotator Cuff Tears. Arthroscopic Repair of Full Thickness Tears of the Rotator Cuff. Arthroscopic Management of Massive Rotator Cuff Tears. Arthroscopic Repair of the Subscapularis Tendon. Debridement of Calcific Tendonitis. SECTION 7: AC JOINT. AC Resection - Indirect Subacromial Approach, Direct "Superior" Approach. SECTION 8: REHABILITATION. Rehabilitation Following Operative Shoulder Arthroscopy. SECTION 9: COMPLICATIONS. Complication of Shoulder Arthroscopy.
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