Page Count368 Pages
About the e-Book
Cartilage Injury in the Athlete pdf
Nearly 350 illustrations of examination and treatment techniques
This book presents a complete guide to treating patients with cartilage damage who are not yet candidates for joint arthroplasty.
Cartilage Injury in the Athlete opens with review of anatomy and describes the response of articular cartilage to injury, followed by the clinical assessment of the injury. It covers nonoperative and operative approaches as well as the adjunctive procedures that often supplement cartilage restorative and repair surgery. Nearly 350 illustrations facilitate the understanding of examination and operative techniques. The text also addresses joint specific injuries in the shoulder, elbow, and ankle that are often neglected in other literature.
- Provides a thorough overview of normal cartilage anatomy and cartilage response to injury that helps illuminate treatment techniques and healing processes
- Demonstrates surgical treatments using step-by-step illustrations
- Covers nonoperative techniques including analgesics, oral anti-inflammatory medications, neutraceuticals, and hyaluronic acid injections/viscosupplementation
- Describes adjunctive procedures, such as meniscal transplant and corrective osteotomy
- Discusses future directions in the detection and treatment of cartilage injuries
Both comprehensive and unique in its scope, this book is an invaluable resource for all orthopedic surgeons, sports medicine and primary care physicians, physical therapists, and fellows and residents in training.
Preview Cartilage Injury in the Athlete Pdf
Download Cartilage Injury in the Athlete 1st Edition Pdf
This site comply with DMCA digital copyright. We do not store files not owned by us, or without the permission of the owner. We also do not have links that lead to sites DMCA copyright infringement.
If You feel that this book is belong to you and you want to unpublish it, Please Contact us .
Weight Matters for Children
Colorectal Tumors: Atlas of Large Section Histopathology