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TitleTraumatic Disorders of the Knee [electronic resource] / edited by John M. Siliski
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer US, 1994
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4612-4310-6
Descript XVI, 432 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Management of knee trauma has changed rapidly over the past decade, with the acquisition of additional knowledge and new surgical techniques. At present, the optimal management of knee injuries requires the synthesis of multiple approaches drawn from orthopaedics and related surgical fields. The goal of this work is to comprehensively discuss the current state of the art in management of all types of knee trauma, including soft tissue and osteoarticular injuries. In order to take care of the patient with knee trauma, the orthopaedic surgeon must be able to assess and manage injuries of menisci, ligaments, articular surfaces, and bone, as all of these structures must work harmoniously for the knee to function properly. This book has been organized into five major sections. The first section on fundamental principles covers anatomy, articular cartilage injury and repair, osteochondral fractures, soft tissue management, extensile exposure, exterยญ nal fixation, and the use of allografts in the knee. These chapters set the stage for the second section, which covers major fractures of the distal femur and tibial plateau, and the third section, where injuries of the extenยญ sor mechanism are discussed. In section four, injuries of the menisci and ligaments are covered comprehensively, including discussion of multiple ligaยญ ment disruptions and knee dislocations. The final section covers late reconยญ structive problems and complications of knee trauma, including knee stiffยญ ness, malunions and nonunions, arthrodesis, total knee replacements for posttraumatic arthritis, fractures about total knee replacement, and extensor mechanism disruption in total knee replacements


CONTENT

1 Fundamental Principles -- 1A Anatomy: Bony Architecture, Biomechanics, and Menisci -- IB Anatomy: Ligaments, Tendons, and Extensor Mechanism -- 2 Articular Cartilage Injury and Repair -- 3 Osteochondral and Chondral Fractures of the Knee -- 4 Soft Tissue Injuries and Management About the Knee -- 5 Extensile Exposure of the Knee -- 6 External Fixation of the Knee -- 7 Bone and Cartilage Allografts in the Knee Joint -- 2 Major Fractures -- 8 Distal Femoral Fractures -- 9 Tibial Plateau Fractures -- 10 Arthroscopic Treatment of Fractures of the Proximal Tibia -- 3 Extensor Mechanism Injuries -- 11 Fractures of the Patella -- 12 Extensor Mechanism Disruptions -- 13 Patellar Dislocations -- 4 Ligaments and Menisci -- 14 Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries -- 15 Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries -- 16 Collateral Ligament Injuries -- 17 Dislocation of the Knee -- 18 Meniscal Repair and Replacement -- 19 Injuries of the Proximal Tibiofibular Joint -- 5 Late Reconstructive Problems and Complications -- 20 Management of the Stiff Knee After Trauma and Ligament Reconstruction -- 21 Nonunions and Malunions About the Knee -- 22 Arthrodesis of the Knee -- 23 Total Knee Replacement for Posttraumatic Arthritis -- 24 Femoral Fractures Above Total Knee Arthroplasty -- 25 Patellar Fractures and Extensor Mechanism Disruptions in Total Knee Replacement


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