Sports Injuries of the Knee: Surgical Approaches

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Sports Injuries of the Knee: Surgical Approaches discusses 32 key surgical treatments for managing the most common problems and sports-related injuries to the knee.

Each chapter outlines physical examination techniques, diagnosis, differential diagnosis, indications, operative and non-operative treatment options, patient positioning, goals, approaches, surgical techniques, and postoperative considerations. Leading experts offer their perspectives on procedures such as arthroscopic menisecal repair, ligament reconstruction, osteochondritis dissecans treatment, osteotomies about the knee, proximal/distal realignment for patellar instability, tibial spine fractures, and more.

Highlights:

  • Features practical tips on how to handle from the experts on handling articular cartilage abnormalities, ligament tears, patellofemoral problems, tendon injuries, fractures and more
  • Includes numerous approaches for osteotomy, ACL reconstruction, and PCL reconstruction
  • Describes the management of difficult multiligament injuries
  • Contains Pearls and Pitfalls call attention to key points and offer tips for how to avoid complications
  • Supplemented by more than 270 illustrations aid the comprehension of each surgical technique

All orthopedic surgeons, sports medicine specialists, fellows in training, and residents treating patients with knee injuries and conditions will appreciate the wealth of information in this reference.

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Experts in the field share the best of their innovative techniques, as well as practical and thoughtful rehabilitation suggestions for a safe and expeditious return to sport for the athlete. The intended target audience for the book is the sports medicine orthopaedist, yet the text is an excellent resource for the physical therapist, physical therapy assistant, or athletic trainer working with an athletic population. ..Vivid anatomic graphics and detailed descriptions bring the reader directly into the operating room.--Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy The diagrams and color photos are of the highest quality...a reliable source...will likely be recognized as one of the leading references...[provides] sufficient detail with clinical pearls and algorithms for management.--Doody's Book Reviews
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Reviewer: Neeru A. Jayanthi, MD (Loyola University Medical Center)
Description: This is an updated summary of surgical approaches to the spectrum of sports-related injuries to the knee. Information is presented regarding simple meniscal repairs to transplantation, articular cartilage procedures, and more complicated fractures as well as more routine ACL reconstruction with different grafts.
Purpose: The authors hope to provide a summary of the techniques of the nation's leaders in sports-related knee surgery to serve as a concise and updated reference for the busy or training orthopedic surgeon. This book is unique in its approach, with the level of detail, spectrum of injuries, and specificity to sports injuries. The authors seem to have satisfied their lofty goals.
Audience: The book is written for practicing orthopedic surgeons with detailed surgical information and tips. General orthopedic surgeons in practice would likely find this a helpful reference and adjunct, particularly if not doing certain types of surgeries often. This is also a good reference for residents/fellows in orthopedic surgery. It may serve as a good reference for primary care sports medicine, or nonoperative musculoskeletal specialists who work closely with sports orthopedists. The authors are well known and respected in their field.
Features: The book includes surgical management of degenerative and traumatic meniscal tears as well as repairs. Surgical management of articular cartilage injuries, patellofemoral disorders, ligament reconstruction with particular emphasis on graft selection are also covered. Sports-specific fractures such as tibial plateau tibial spine are also covered as well as surgical repair of the ruptured extensor mechanism. Postoperative rehabilitation is covered in more detail than in typical surgical texts. The diagrams and color photos are of the highest quality. The detail and specificity for each surgical topic makes the book a reliable source for the practicing surgeon. The focus of the book is primarily surgical; there is brief mention of nonoperative approaches as a result.
Assessment: This book will likely be recognized as one of the leading references on sports-related knee injuries requiring surgical intervention. The authors have assembled leaders in the field of sports-related knee surgery and provide sufficient detail with clinical pearls and algorithms for management that can be immediately applied by the practicing physician. The book is still readable for nonsurgeons and those training in the field of orthopedic surgery.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781588903068
  • Publisher: Thieme
  • Publication date: 3/20/2006
  • Edition description: Illustrate
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 8.76 (w) x 11.22 (h) x 0.66 (d)

Meet the Author


Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of California, San Francisco, Fresno, CA, USA
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Table of Contents

1 Arthroscopic meniscectomy 1
2 Indications and techniques for meniscus repair 8
3 Meniscus repair fixation devices 17
4 Meniscus allograft transplantation 26
5 Arthroscopic debridement of the knee 37
6 Microfracture of articular cartilage 42
7 Osteochondritis dissecans repair 47
8 Autologous chondrocyte implantation of the femoral condyle 51
9 Implantation of fresh osteochondral allografts of the knee 60
10 Lateral closing wedge osteotomy 64
11 Opening wedge osteotomy 69
12 High tibial osteotomy : distraction osteogenesis 75
13 Endoscopic anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction using bone-patellar tendon-bone grafts : autograft and allograft techniques 79
14 Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction : hamstring tendon autograft 86
15 Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction : quadriceps tendon autograft 94
16 Anterior cruciate ligament revision 99
17 Primary repair of posterior cruciate ligament tears 107
18 Posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction using bone-patellar tendon-bone autograft or allograft 112
19 Posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with achilles' tendon allograft 118
20 Posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction using the tibial inlay technique 123
21 Posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction : all-inside arthroscopic technique and tibial inlay technique with two-strand quadriceps tendon-patellar bone graft 130
22 Posterolateral corner hamstring figure-eight reconstruction 142
23 Posterolateral knee reconstruction 148
24 Multiligament injuries 154
25 Arthroscopic lateral retinacular release 158
26 Proximal/distal realignment for patellar instability 163
27 Management of patellofemoral instability and chondral injury with autologous chondrocyte implantation 170
28 Repair and reconstruction of acute and chronic patellar tendon rupture 175
29 Patellar tendinosis 182
30 Tibial spine fractures 186
31 Arthroscopic treatment of lateral tibial plateau fractures 193
32 Tibial plateau combined fractures 198
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