Surgical Techniques of the Shoulder, Elbow, and Knee in Sports Medicine: Book and DVD

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This reference offers a step-by-step, “how-to” approach on performing both open and arthroscopic surgeries for sports-related injuries of the knee, elbow, and shoulder. Leaders in sports medicine offer guidance on everything from patient positioning and the latest surgical techniques through pearls and pitfalls and post-operative care. A concise and consistent chapter format makes it easy to find the answers you need; and abundant illustrations, as well as operative videos on DVD, help you to master even the most technically challenging procedures.

• Guides you through the latest open and arthroscopic techniques, including arthroscopic rotator cuff repair and hamstring and allograft ACL reconstruction, in one convenient resource.

• Features a consistent, step-by-step approach, with numerous tips, pearls, and pitfalls, to help you obtain optimal outcomes from each procedure.

• Includes abundant illustrations, plus surgical videos on the accompanying DVD, so you can see exactly how to perform every technique step by step.

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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Mark R Hutchinson, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine)
Description: This textbook covers a broad range of open and arthroscopic surgical procedures for the shoulder, elbow, and knee. Each chapter is a self contained account of a specific procedure and uses a template to provide an efficient, concise presentation, including preoperative and postoperative considerations as well as a step-by-step approach.
Purpose: The stated goal is to address the challenges of learning proper decision making and the specific techniques required to succeed in the operating room. The authors focus their attention on the most common joints addressed in sports medicine. The authors and editors have done an exceptional job of achieving their goals.
Audience: "The book is targeted at orthopedic surgeons who wish to optimize their approach and techniques in treating these common sports medicine procedures. Every resident in training or fellow in a sports medicine program will benefit greatly from the consistent format for each procedure, which includes a brief overview, appropriate preoperative examination, testing, and planning, followed by a step-by-step "how to." This is the book you should read immediately before performing a procedure, or use as your day before preparation for procedures that you may not commonly perform. The editors are the next generation of orthopedic superstar educators and have done a remarkable job of collecting a dedicated group of contributors who have stayed true to the format of each chapter. "
Features: The efficient template used for each chapter allows readers to develop a safe, complete approach to the surgical technique presented as well as to efficiently perform the technique itself. The photographs and drawings are of exceptional quality and clearly support the adage that a picture is worth a thousand words. The bonus DVD takes readers directly into the operating room of the mentor authors. Perhaps the only shortcoming is noted by the authors in their preface — the book does not include discussions of the ankle, hip, or other anatomic sites which are commonly addressed by sports specialists.
Assessment: This is an exceptional book with a wonderful, well thought out approach to how readers can efficiently prepare themselves for the most common procedures in orthopedic sports medicine. It will be a great addition to an orthopedic library. My copy will likely be placed in the operating room or clinic so my orthopedic residents can efficiently review the concepts of preoperative planning and operative technique prior to performing procedures. It will be a great addition to the libraries of practicing orthopedists whether they do lots of sports cases or do them only rarely.
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"This is an exceptional book with a wonderful, well thought out approach to how readers can efficiently prepare themselves for the most common procedures in orthopedic sports medicine." -Doody Enterprises

"The editors are the next generation of orthopedic superstar educators..." -Doody Enterprises

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781416034476
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 2/4/2008
  • Pages: 816
  • Product dimensions: 8.30 (w) x 11.20 (h) x 1.60 (d)

Table of Contents


General Principles

Chapter 1 Patient Positioning, Portal Placement, Normal Arthroscopic Anatomy, and Diagnostic Arthroscopy, Kevin F. Bonner, MD

Chapter 2 Knot-Tying and Suture-Passing Techniques, Mary Lloyd Ireland, MD, and Adam M. Smith, MD

Surgical Techniques for Shoulder Instability

Chapter 3 Suture Anchor Fixation for Shoulder Instability, Craig R. Bottoni, MD, and Brett D. Owens, MD

Chapter 4 Knotless Suture Anchor Placement for Shoulder Instability, Raymond Thal, MD, and Bradley Butkovich, MD, MS

Chapter 5 Arthroscopic Rotator Interval Capsule Closure, Bradley J. Nelson, MD, and Robert A. Arciero, MD

Chapter 6 Thermal Capsulorrhaphy, Jeffrey R. Dugas, MD, and James R. Andrews, MD

Chapter 7 Arthroscopic Management of Rare Intra-articular Lesions of the Shoulder, Felix H. Savoie, III, MD

Chapter 8 Arthroscopic Repair of Posterior Shoulder Instability, Steven B. Cohen, MD, and James P. Bradley, MD

Chapter 9 Arthroscopic Treatment of Multidirectional Shoulder Instability, Steven B. Cohen, MD, and Jon K. Sekiya, MD

Chapter 10 Arthroscopic Treatment of Internal Impingement, Matthew Boes, MD, and Craig D. Morgan, MD

Chapter 11 Open Repair of Anterior Shoulder Instability, Michael J. Pagnani, MD

Chapter 12 Open Repair of Posterior Shoulder Instability, Mark K. Bowen, MD, and James P. Sieradzki, MD

Chapter 13 Open Repair of Multidirectional Instability, Pradeep Kodali, MD, and Gordon Nuber, MD

Chapter 14 Treatment of Bone Defects of Humeral Head and Glenoid, Eric J. Kropf, MD, and Jon K. Sekiya, MD

Chapter 15 Coracoid Transfer: The Modified Latarjet Procedure for the Treatment of Recurrent Anterior Inferior Glenohumeral Instability in Patients with Bone Deficiency, David P. Huberty, MD, and Stephen S. Burkhart, MD

Surgical Techniques of the Rotator Cuff

Chapter 16 Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair: Single-Row Technique, Andreas H. Gomoll, MD, and Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA

Chapter 17 Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair: Double-Row Techniques, Christopher S. Ahmad, MD, and Neal S. ElAttrache, MD

Chapter 18 Arthroscopic Subscapularis Repair, Ammar Anbari, MD, and Anthony A. Romeo, MD

Chapter 19 Mini-Open Rotator Cuff Repair, Vonda J. Wright, MD, and Edward V. Craig, MD

Chapter 20 Open Rotator Cuff Repair, John W. Sperling, MD, MBA

Chapter 21 Tendon Transfers for Rotator Cuff Insufficiency, Brett S. Sonders, MD, Scott D. Pennington, MD, Thomas F. Holovacs, MD, and Jon J. P. Warner, MD

Other Techniques of the Shoulder

Chapter 22 Arthroscopic Repair of SLAP Lesions by the Single-Anchor Double-Suture Technique, Max Tyorkin, MD, and Stephen Snyder, MD

Chapter 23 Arthroscopic Subacromial Decompression and Distal Clavicle Excision, Mark Rodosky, MD, and Joanne Labriola, MD

Chapter 24 Arthroscopic Management of Glenohumeral Arthritis, C. Benjamin Ma, MD

Chapter 25 Arthroscopic Management of Shoulder Stiffness, Gregory P. Nicholson, MD

Chapter 26 Arthroscopic and Open Management of Scapulothoracic Disorders, Kevin M. Doulens, MD, and John E. Kuhn, MD

Chapter 27 Proximal Biceps Tenodesis, Albert Tom, MD, and Augustus D. Mazzocca, MD

Chapter 28 Anatomic Acromioclavicular Joint Reconstruction, Augustus D. Mazzocca, MD

Chapter 29 Management of Pectoralis Major Muscle Injuries, LCDR Christopher I. Ellingson, MD, and Jon K. Sekiya, MD

Chapter 30 Nonarthroplasty Options for Glenohumeral Arthritis: Meniscal Allograft Resurfacing, L. Pearce McCarthy, III, MD, and Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA


General Principles

Chapter 31 Patient Positioning and Portal Placement, Frederick M. Azar, MD, and Bradley D. Dresher, MD

Arthroscopic Procedures
Chapter 32 Arthroscopic Management of Osteochondritis Dissecans of the Elbow, Jason W. Levine, MD, Larry D. Field, MD, and Felix H. Savoie, III, MD

Chapter 33 Arthroscopic Treatment of Elbow Stiffness, Jason Koh, MD, and Alfred Cook, MD

Chapter 34, Elbow Synovitis, Loose Bodies, and Posteromedial Impingement, Matthew A. Kippe, MD, and Kyle Anderson, MD

Chapter 35 Elbow Arthroscopy for the Arthritic Elbow, Justin P. Strickland, MD, and Scott P. Steinmann, MD

Chapter 36 Arthroscopic Treatment of Lateral Epicondylitis, Christian Lattermann, MD, Anthony A. Romeo, MD, and Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA

Chapter 37 Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction, Champ L. Baker, Jr., MD, and Champ L. Baker, III, MD

Chapter 38 Surgical Treatment of Posterolateral Instability of the Elbow, Eric Rightmire, MD, and Marc Safran, MD

Chapter 39 Open Elbow Contracture Release, David Ring, MD, and Diego Fernandez, MD

Chapter 40 Open Treatment of Lateral and Medial Epicondylitis, Shervondalonn R. Brown, MD, and Robin J. Goitz, MD

Chapter 41 Distal Biceps Repair, Robert W. Wysocki, MD, and Nikhil N. Verma, MD


Chapter 42 Patient Positioning, Portal Placement, and Normal Arthroscopic Anatomy, Melissa D. Koenig, MD, and Robin V. West, MD

Chapter 43 Arthroscopic Meniscectomy, David C. Flanigan, MD, and Christopher Kaeding, MD

Chapter 44 Arthroscopic Meniscus Repair: Inside-Out Technique, Riley J. Williams, III, MD, and Warren R. Kadrmas, MD

Chapter 45 Arthroscopic Meniscal Repair: Outside-In Technique, Fintan J. Shannon, FRCS (Tr & Orth), and Scott A. Rodeo, MD

Chapter 46 Arthroscopic Meniscus Repair: All-Inside Technique, Joshua Baumfeld, MD, and David Diduch, MD

Chapter 47 Allograft Meniscus Transplantation: Bridge in Slot Technique, Andreas Gomoll, MD, Jack Farr, MD and Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA

Chapter 48 Allograft Meniscus Transplantation: Dovetail Technique, Thomas R. Carter, MD

Chapter 49 Arthroscopic Meniscus Transplantation: Bone Plug, Kent R. Jackson, MD, and Thomas L. Wickiewicz, MD

Chapter 50 Combined Anterior Cruciate Ligament and Meniscal Allograft Transplantation, Fotios P. Tjoumakaris, MD, and Jon K. Sekiya, MD

Chapter 51 Débridement of Articular Cartilage of the Knee, Ryan Aukerman, MD, Shawn Wynn, MD, and Lee Kaplan, MD

Chapter 52 Microfracture Technique in the Knee, J. Richard Steadman, MD, William G. Rodkey, DVM, and Karen K. Briggs, MPH

Chapter 53 Primary Repair of Osteochondritis Dissecans in the Knee, L. Pearce McCarty, III, MD

Chapter 54 Osteonecrosis of the Knee, Michael B. Boyd, DO, and William D. Bugbee, MD

Chapter 55 Osteochondral Autograft for Cartilage Lesions of the Knee, R. David Rabalais, MD, Kenneth G. Swan, Jr., MD, and Eric McCarty, MD

Chapter 56 Osteochondral Allografting in the Knee, Richard W. Kang, BS, Andreas H. Gomoll, MD, and Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA

Chapter 57 Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation in the Knee, James B. Day, MD, and Scott D. Gillogly, MD

Chapter 58 High Tibial Osteotomy, Annunziato Amendola, MD, and Jeffrey T. Junko, MD

Chapter 59 Distal Femoral Osteotomy, Fred Flandry, MD, and Declan J. Bowler, MD, FRCSI (Tr & Orth)

Surgical Techniques of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament

Chapter 60 Patellar Tendon Autograft for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction, Joshua M. Alpert, MD, Charles A. Bush-Joseph, MD, and Bernard R. Bach, Jr., MD

Chapter 61 Patellar Tendon Allograft for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction, Justin W. Chandler, MD, and R. Alexander Creighton, MD

Chapter 62 Hamstring Tendon Autograft for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction, Charles H. Brown, Jr., MD, Neal Chen, MD, and Nader Darwich, MD

Chapter 63 Central Quadriceps Free Tendon Reconstruction of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament, John P. Fulkerson, MD

Chapter 64 Revision Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction, Ammar Anbari, MD, and Bernard R. Bach, Jr., MD

Chapter 65 Anatomic Double-Bundle Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction, Anthony M. Buoncristiani, MD, James S. Starman, BS and Freddie H. Fu, MD, DSc (Hon), DPs (Hon)

Surgical Techniques of the Posterior Cruciate Ligament and Posterolateral Corner

Chapter 66 Transtibial Tunnel Posterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction, Gregory C. Fanelli, MD, Craig J. Edson, MS, PT, ATC, Kristin N. Reinheimer, PA-C, and Raffaele Garofalo, MD

Chapter 67 Double-Bundle Posterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction, Anthony M. Buoncristiani, MD, and Jon K. Sekiya, MD

Chapter 68 Posterior Cruciate Ligament Tibial Inlay, L. Joseph Rubino, MD, and Mark D. Miller, MD

Chapter 69 Posterolateral Corner Reconstruction, Warren Ross Kadrmas, MD, and Russell F. Warren, MD

Other Surgical Techniques of the Knee

Chapter 70 Medial Collateral Ligament Repair and Reconstruction, David R. McAllister, MD, and Timothy J. Henderson, MD

Chapter 71 Multiligament Knee Reconstruction, Christopher A. Radkowski, MD, and Christopher D. Harner, MD

Chapter 72 Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction and Repair for Patellar Instability, Andrew J. Cosgarea, MD

Chapter 73 Management of Arthrofibrosis of the Knee, Kevin Doulens, MD, and Kurt Spindler, MD

Chapter 74 Distal Realignment for Patellofemoral Disease, Jack Farr, MD


Video Supplement

1. Multidirectional shoulder Instability: Arthroscopic multipleated plication

2. Humeral head osteoarticular allograft reconstruction for large Hill-Sachs defect in shoulder instability—Shell graft

3. Humeral head osteoarticular allograft reconstruction for large Hill-Sachs defect in shoulder instability—OATS graft

4. Glenoid osteoarticular allograft reconstruction for large glenoid defects in shoulder instability

5. Meniscal allograft transplantation

6. Double bundle PCL reconstruction—arthroscopic tibial inlay

7. Posterolateral corner repair

8. Posterolateral corner reconstruction

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