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By Thomas E. Brown MD, Quanjun Cui, William M. Mihalko MD PhD, Khaled Saleh
The Knee-a quantity within the new Arthritis and Arthroplasty series-offers specialist tips on every little thing from sufferer choice and pre-operative making plans to surgical methods and strategies. transparent, evidence-based insurance information which expertise and technique used for overall knee arthroplasty (TKA), reconstruction or revision is healthier for every sufferer. entry discussions of debates on sizing and balancing, minimally invasive surgical procedure, part elimination, administration of bone loss and ligament insufficiency in revision TKA, an infection, peirprosthetic fractures and extra. discover choices to TKA in more youthful arthritic sufferers and consider expertly narrated video demonstrations of surgical innovations. as well as supplying useful, pragmatic suggestion in a concise, readable structure, this professional seek advice name deals the complete textual content of the e-book, in addition to hyperlinks to PubMed and periodic content material updates, on-line at expertconsult.com.Access the complete textual content of the book-as good as hyperlinks to PubMed and periodic content material updates on end result facts, part fabrics, and surgical techniques-online at expertconsult.com.Features procedural videos-narrated via experts-on the incorporated DVD so that you can see find out how to practice specific techniques.Covers arthroscopic debridement, patellofemoral maltracking and different sizzling themes to maintain you abreast of the most recent advancements within the specialty.Provides evidence-based, clinically centred assistance on sufferer choice, pre-operative making plans, surgical process and methods, bearing surfaces and part fabrics, affliction particular techniques, the administration and avoidance of problems, salvage and revision TKA techniques, and more.Discusses adaptations in approach, bearing innovations and layout parts; together with minimally invasive TKA, fastened as opposed to mobile-bearing TKA, and posterior stabilized (PS) as opposed to cruciate conserving knee designs so that you can pick out that is most popular for every patient.Explores possible choices to TKA in more youthful arthritic sufferers, together with arthroscopy, cartilage fix and replacement,, distal femoral arthroplasty and unicompartmental arthroplasty.Includes a assessment web page in each bankruptcy for speedy connection with pearls and pitfalls for every topic.Presents pictures and interpretive drawings of surgical concepts in complete colour to deliver out intraoperative info as they seem within the working room.Your buy entitles you to entry the website until eventually the following version is released, or until eventually the present variation is not any longer provided on the market by way of Elsevier, whichever happens first. If the following version is released lower than twelve months after your buy, you can be entitled to on-line entry for three hundred and sixty five days out of your date of buy. Elsevier reserves the appropriate to provide an appropriate alternative product (such as a downloadable or CD-ROM-based digital model) should still on-line entry to the website be discontinued.
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In addition, the graft must be size matched to the recipient. This is accomplished by obtaining an anteroposterior radiograph of the patient’s knee with a magnification marker. The tissue bank may then make a correlation with the tibial plateau or femoral condyle of the donor. While these measurements may provide an estimate as to the correct size, the patient’s pathology must be carefully assessed to ensure proper sizing of the allograft. The storage of the graft raises several important concerns.
Arthroscopic view of the final autograft implantation. restore the native radius of curvature. 20 Some advise proceeding in a stepwise fashion, with harvest, reaming, and implantation for each planned recipient hole, one at a time. There are commercially available back-filler plugs composed of a variety of osteoconductive materials that can be used to fill the donor sites if desired (Fig. 2–16). An open procedure should be used when attempting to resurface patellar lesions as this cannot be performed arthroscopically.
Plan the number and size of donor plugs prior to harvest. 3. Do not hesitate to perform an arthrotomy for either donor harvesting or plug insertion. 4. Hold the harvester firmly against the cartilage in a perpendicular fashion while it is impacted with steady, gentle mallet taps to a depth of penetration of 10 to 15 mm. 5. Recipient holes should be separated by a 1- to 2-mm bridge of subchondral bone and be 10 mm or less in diameter. 6. Drill each recipient hole to a depth of at least 1 mm deeper than the donor plug.