4 edition of Complications in arthroscopy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editor, Norman F. Sprague III.|
|Contributions||Sprague, Norman F., 1947-|
|LC Classifications||RD686 .C66 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 234 p. :|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||87042868|
This book, which derives from an initiative of the Education Committee of The International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine (ISAKOS), addresses all aspects of elbow arthroscopy. Anatomy is thoroughly introduced, referencing safe portals and describing techniques to minimize risk of complications. Subsequent chapters focus on the use of arthroscopy . This book is designed as a reference tool and a roadmap for the sports medicine orthopedist to minimize the complications in knee and shoulder surgery. Some complications are avoidable; some are not. By understanding the functional anatomy at risk, proper surgical setup, proper equipment, and proper patient selection, a preventative approach to Price: $
Arthroscopy is the examination of the inside of a joint, using a special illuminating instrument inserted through a small incision or 'portal'. A common use of the arthroscope is the examination and surgical repair of the knee joint. Arthroscopic Surgery by Orrin H. Sherman A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers. The dust jacket is missing.
"Fifty-seven international specialists contribute 28 chapters to one text in a five-book series providing clinicians with state-of-the-art arthroscopic techniques for the shoulder, elbow and wrist, hip, knee, and foot and ankle. The opening section covers basics, including setup, diagnosis, portals, approaches, and complications of knee Pages: Arthroscopy (also called arthroscopic or keyhole surgery) is a minimally invasive surgical procedure on a joint in which an examination and sometimes treatment of damage is performed using an arthroscope, an endoscope that is inserted into the joint through a small incision. Arthroscopic procedures can be performed during ACL :
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This practical guide offers a complete overview of the complications that can arise during and after arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder.
Divided into four key sections, the book first focuses upon general problems and complications, followed by difficulties in general glenohumeral and subacromial space procedures, shoulder instability and. Arthroscopy: Types, Procedures and Risks (Surgery-procedures, Complications, and Results): Medicine & Health Science Books @ Divided into four key sections, the book first focuses upon general problems and complications, followed by difficulties in general glenohumeral and subacromial space procedures, shoulder instability and rotator cuff lesions.
Complications in Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery is written by a team of leading arthroscopic specialists and is a valuable resource for orthopaedic surgeons, and sports traumatologists who. Combining years of clinical experience gathered by world-renowned experts, this is the only book to provide knee surgeons with a comprehensive guide to the many types of complications encountered in arthroscopic and meniscal surgery, the reconstruction of ligaments, patello-femoral surgery, fractures around the knee, and prosthetic knee arthroplasty.4/5(1).
Abstract. Complications in hip arthroscopy are relatively rare, particularly major complications. Reported complications are breakage of instruments, cartilage and labral injuries, instability, nerve injuries, femoral neck fractures, infections, heterotopic ossification (HO), and thromboembolic events.
Diagnostic and Surgical Arthroscopy of the Coxofemoral (Hip) Joint Arthroscopic Surgery of the Distal and Proximal Interphalangeal Joints Tenoscopy Bursoscopy Endoscopic Surgery in the Management of Contamination and Infection of Joints, Tendon Sheaths, and Bursae Problems and Complications of Diagnostic and Surgical Arthroscopy WebMD explains arthroscopy, which is one of the most commonly performed procedures to help diagnose problems in the knee and shoulder, including arthritis.
The complications that occur during hip arthroscopy relate mainly to joint traction and construction of ports. Rodeo et al (5) showed that neurological lesions occurred through direct injury caused by incorrect location of the ports, excessive traction force or compression from the perineal by: 1.
Although arthroscopic partial meniscectomy carries a smaller risk for complications as compared to more complex surgery, such as ligament reconstruction, the Cited by: 8. Complications from arthroscopic knee surgery Dr. David Geier is an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist in Charleston, South Carolina.
He loves discussing and writing about sports & exercise injuries, and has been featured in major media publications over. The Arthroscopy Association of North America West Higgins Road, SuiteRosemont, IL Phone: Fax: Email: [email protected] This book, published in cooperation with ESSKA, is an exceptionally comprehensive guide to arthroscopy that covers all major joints and all potential arthroscopic procedures.
Sections on the knee, shoulder, elbow, hip, wrist, and ankle provide in-depth descriptions of each procedure, including indications, technique, complications, and results, as well as essential information on diagnostic.
Risk and Complications The complications with any arthroscopy include infection (less that 1%); nerve damage, by which we would mean a peroneal palsy (less that %) (small area of skin numbness File Size: 2MB. Clinical or medical complications can occur in patients undergoing knee arthroscopy, which include deep venous thrombosis (DVT), pulmonary embolus (PE), wrong-site surgery, and infections.
Complications in arthroscopy. New York: Raven Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Complications in arthroscopy. New York: Raven Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Norman F Sprague.
Abstract. ABSTRACT. Arthroscopy is a valuable technique used by the majority of orthopedic surgeons in practice. Complications in arthroscopy have been compiled on a formal basis since Cited by: Although arthroscopy of the hip is being carried out increasingly, little is known about the rate of associated complications.
We describe a prospective study of consecutive procedures in. arthroscopy and have their own inherent unique complications, an extensive degree of soft tissue trauma can result from arthroscopic procedures with improper technique.
The incidence of compli. Possible Complications from Hip Arthroscopy Usual causes for concern in cases of hip arthroscopy surgeries are blood vessel and nerves in the hip joint.
Although nerve injury is very uncommon, there is a possibility of damage of the central sciatic nerve, pudendal nerve or lateral femoral cutaneous : Amanda Kerry. Description: This book, published in cooperation with ESSKA, is an exceptionally comprehensive guide to arthroscopy that covers all major joints and all potential arthroscopic procedures.
Sections on the knee, shoulder, elbow, hip, wrist, and ankle provide in-depth descriptions of each procedure, including indications, technique, complications, and results, as well as essential information on diagnostic work. Techniques in Hip Arthroscopy and Joint Preservation Surgery is a stunning visual guide to the latest developments in the field.
Drs. Jon K. Sekiya, Marc Safran, and Anil S. Ranawat, and Michael Leunig provide a step-by-step, balanced approach—with contributions from an array of North American and international surgeons—to pre-operative planning, surgical technique, technical pearls.Although uncommon, complications do occur occasionally during or following arthroscopy.
Infection, phlebitis (blood clots of a vein), excessive swelling or bleeding, damage to blood vessels or nerves, and instrument breakage are the most common complications, but occur in far less than 1 percent of all arthroscopic procedures.A chapter on arthroscopic case studies presents examples of clinical cases to help clarify procedures and possible complications.
Show less This comprehensive text presents basic and advanced techniques for small animal general arthroscopy that can be applied to practice.