Arthroscopic management of the knee

by David J. Dandy

Publisher: Churchill Livingstone in Edinburgh, New York

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Knee -- Endoscopic surgery.,
  • Arthroscopy.,
  • Arthroscopy.,
  • Knee -- surgery.

Edition Notes

StatementDavid J. Dandy.
SeriesCurrent problems in orthopaedics
ContributionsDandy, David J.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRD561 .D36 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 223 p. :
Number of Pages223
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2723974M
ISBN 10044302958X
LC Control Number86017609

  The prospect of resolving nagging knee pain – or discomfort that’s come on fairly sudden – drives many patients to go under the knife, specifically to have an arthroscopic knee procedure : Michael O. Schroeder.

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Arthroscopic management of the knee. Edinburgh ; New York: Churchill Livingstone,© (OCoLC) Online version: Dandy, David J. Arthroscopic management of the knee.

Edinburgh ; New York: Churchill Livingstone,© (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Arthroscopic management of the knee book J Dandy.

Arthroscopic surgery is commonly performed in the knee, shoulder, elbow, and hip. However, the role it plays in the management of osteoarthritis is controversial. Co-published with the Arthroscopy Association of North America, The Knee: AANA Advanced Arthroscopic Surgical Techniques is a comprehensive technique.

Sincesix randomized controlled trials of arthroscopic management of knee OA have been published, two focusing on the efficacy of arthroscopic debridement and lavage on pain and function [17, 18] and four on the efficacy of arthroscopic partial meniscectomy in patients with symptomatic meniscal tear and underlying mild to moderate knee OA Cited by: 5.

Knee Surgery-Arthroscopic and Open Procedures Arthrofibrosis is a condition of the appendicular skeletal system that has resulted from disease, injury, or surgery, and results in pain and restricted range of motion due to internal scarring of the joint with consequent stiffness.

Knee Arthroscopy Book Dr. Allan Hunt W 65th St Edina, MN Campus Drive Suite Plymouth, MN Arthroscopic management of osteoarthritis of the knee Article in The Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 11(4) July with 13 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Arthroscopy was first described to treat osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee by Burman and coauthors 1 in Over the past several decades, arthroscopic debridement of the degenerative knee has become a commonly performed orthopedic procedure.

Despite its popularity, the exact role of arthroscopy in treating OA is controversial. This book is devoted to the optimal use of arthroscopy in the diagnosis and treatment of wrist pathologies that give rise to ulnar pain. The correct procedure in a wide variety of settings is carefully explained in step-by-step fashion with the help of numerous detailed : Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

A controlled trial of arthroscopic surgery for osteoarthritis of the knee. N Engl J Med, (2): p. Kirkley, A., et al., A randomized trial of arthroscopic surgery for osteoarthritis of the knee.

N Engl J Med, (11): p. Cole and Harners’ () article on the evaluation and management of knee arthritis provides an excellent overview on arthroscopy in patients with knee arthritis. Livesley et al. () compared the results in 37 painful arthritic knees treated with arthroscopic lavage by one surgeon against those in 24 knees treated with physical therapy.

Nicholas A Sgaglione, MD; James H Lubowitz, MD; Matthew T Provencher, MD CDR MC USNR. From the reviews: "Each chapter in this book on arthroscopic management of knee disorders. serve as a concise and practical reference for all professionals engaged in the treatment of the knee. will be used by orthopedic residents and surgeons who include basic and advanced knee arthroscopic techniques in their armamentarium.

SLACK BOOKS, Co-published with the Arthroscopy Association of North America, The Knee: AANA Advanced Arthroscopic Surgical Techniques is a comprehensive technique-based book that presents the latest diagnostic and reconstructive techniques in arthroscopic surgery for the knee.

The Knee: AANA Advanced Arthroscopic Surgical Techniques is authored by premier arthroscopic surgeons Drs. With vivid color images throughout the book and an instructive website on shoulder reconstruction, Management of the Unstable Shoulder: Arthroscopic and Open Repair is designed to provide the most up-to-date information on both arthroscopic and open techniques that a surgeon will need to properly repair an unstable : Jeffrey Abrams.

Arthroscopy is one of the most commonly performed procedures to help diagnose problems in the knee and shoulder, including 's a minor surgical procedure and performed on an outpatient.

From the reviews:"Each chapter in this book on arthroscopic management of knee disorders. serve as a concise and practical reference for all professionals engaged in the treatment of the knee.

This is a great book on knee arthroscopy. Introduction; Comments; The Foot and Ankle: AANA Advanced Arthroscopic Surgical Techniques 1st Edition by Nicholas A Sgaglione Co-published with the Arthroscopy Association of North America, The Knee: AANA Advanced Arthroscopic Surgical Techniques is a comprehensive technique-based book that presents the latest diagnostic and reconstructive techniques in arthroscopic surgery for the knee.

Arthroscopy can be helpful in the diagnosis and treatment of many noninflammatory, inflammatory, and infectious types of arthritis as well as various injuries within the joint.

Noninflammatory degenerative arthritis, or osteoarthritis, can be seen using the arthroscope as frayed and irregular cartilage.A new procedure for the treatment of younger patients with an isolated injury to the.

Knee Pain: Damage to the articular cartilage of knee occurring in an otherwise healthy patient presents most commonly with knee joint pain. Swelling and Stiffness: The pain is usually associated with swelling, knee effusion and stiffness, especially worse during walking, jogging or sports activities.

Khanduja V, Villar R. The arthroscopic management of femoroacetabular impingement. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. ;15(8) Kim K, Hwang D, Lee C, Kwon S. Influence of femoroacetabular impingement on results of hip arthroscopy in patients with early osteoarthritis.

Clin Orthop Relat Res. ; AANA Advanced Arthroscopy: The Knee- arthroscopic techniques for managing a wide range of knee problems. Premier arthroscopic surgeons discuss disease-specific options, managing and avoiding complications, and rehabilitation protocols.

14 videos demonstrate tibial plateau fracture management system, anteromedial tibial tubercle transfer, osteochondral allograft for a femoral condyle defect. Knee arthroscopy is a surgical technique that can diagnose and treat problems in the knee the procedure, your surgeon will make a very small incision and insert a tiny camera.

In arthroscopic knee surgery, three tiny incisions are made in the knee joint, each about a centimeter long (less than an inch). Knee replacement surgery, on the other hand, is an open procedure.

For knee replacement surgery, the surgeon must make a relatively long incision over the center of the knee, exposing the entire joint. Read "Arthroscopic Management of Distal Radius Fractures" by available from Rakuten Kobo.

Seeing is believing. This is the title of a new campaign promoted by the International Agency for Prevention of Blindnes Brand: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Arthroscopic knee surgery is a particularly effective treatment for injuries to the ligaments or cartilage within the knee joint.

As a result, patients with ACL tears, meniscal tears, loose bodies or fragments, cartilage lining damage in the joint (osteochondral defects), or nearly any type of intra-articular damage are all ideal candidates for.

AANA Advanced Arthroscopy: The Knee, by Robert E. Hunter, MD and Nicholas A. Sgaglione, MD, helps you make the most effective use of advanced and emerging, state-of-the-art arthroscopic techniques for managing a wide range of knee problems. Premier arthroscopic surgeons discuss disease-specific options, managing and avoiding complications, and Pages:   Given the available literature, arthroscopic management of osteoarthritis of the shoulder appears to have more validity than in the knee.

Millet and coworkers described a joint-preserving arthroscopic treatment approach for young, active patients with advanced shoulder osteoarthritis [17].Author: Emilio Calvo, Carlos Rebollon Guardado, Marina Acebal, Kevin P. Shea. AANA Advanced Arthroscopy: The Knee, by Robert E. Hunter, MD and Nicholas A.

Sgaglione, MD, helps you make the most effective use of advanced and emerging, state-of-the-art arthroscopic techniques for managing a wide range of knee problems. Premier arthro. Arthroscopic meniscus repair is a surgical procedure to repair torn knee cartilage.

It is a minimally invasive procedure and involves either meniscus removal or meniscus repair. This surgery is required if the symptoms do not resolve with non-surgical treatments. Knee arthroscopic surgery is a procedure carried out through small incisions within the skin to repair injuries to tissues such as ligaments, cartilage, or bone inside the knee joint area.

The surgery is conducted with the aid of an arthroscope, which an extremely small tool is guided with a lighted scope mounted on a television monitor.Rehabilitation Guidelines for Knee Arthroscopy Arthroscopy is a common surgical procedure in which a joint is viewed using a small camera.

This technique allows the surgeon to have a clear view of the inside of the knee, which helps diagnose and treat knee problems. Recent advances in technology have led to high definition monitors andFile Size: KB. With knee arthroscopies carried out in the United Kingdom each year, and about five times that number in the United States,1 2 arthroscopic partial meniscectomy—keyhole surgery for middle aged to older adults with knee pain to trim a torn meniscus—is one of the most common surgical procedures.

Considering the enormous volume, it is natural to think that there is compelling evidence Cited by: