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Canine and Feline Arthroscopy

  • ID: 5349899
  • Book
  • June 2021
  • Elsevier Health Science

Considered the gold standard for the treatment of joint disease in humans, arthroscopy is now a rapidly growing area of treatment in veterinary medicine. Canine and Feline Arthroscopy provides comprehensive, highly illustrated coverage of basic and advanced techniques for small animal general arthroscopy, with discussions of relevant topics such as equipment, diseases, and techniques. Multiple techniques of the same procedure highlight significant advantages and disadvantages of each technique and present variations of disease processes and differing treatment options. This practical guide reflects the latest advances in the field, including major evolutions in equipment and technique, to give you the knowledge and guidance needed to perform minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery on dogs and cats.

  • Edited by three expert authors who all have esteemed credentials in Minimally Invasive Surgery and were selected as ACVS Founding Fellows for their exemplary training, experience, and practice in the multidisciplinary approach to the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of patients undergoing minimally invasive therapies, as well as their devotion to research in the field of minimally invasive surgery.
  • Coverage of multiple techniques of the same procedure by different authors highlights the significant differences and advantages and disadvantages of each technique.
  • More than 250 high-quality images clearly illustrate the various techniques.
  • Expert Consult ebook version of the text is included with purchase and offers an extensive video library of approximately 100 short videos that demonstrate the techniques presented throughout the book.
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Part I. General principles of arthroscopy

1. Introduction

2. Equipment

3. Fundamentals of Arthroscopy Practice

4. Complications

5. Arthroscopic Skill Development and Training

6. Second Look Arthroscopy

7. Needle arthroscopy

Part II. Foundations of Arthroscopic Management

8. Structure and Function of Diarthrodial Joints

9. Biology and Assessment of Articular Cartilage

10. Pathophysiology and Treatment of Osteoarthritis

11. Focal Cartilage Injury

12. Complex Articular Surface Injuries

13. Pathophysiology and treatment of Septic Arthritis

14. Joint Assessment for Neoplasia

Part III. Arthroscopic management of the Shoulder Joint

15. General Principles of Shoulder Joint Arthroscopy

16. Osteochondrosis of the Shoulder

17. Shoulder Instability

18. Diseases of the Biceps Brachii

19. Diseases of the Lateral Soft Tissues

20. Calcifications of the Caudal Glenoid

Part IV. Arthroscopic management of the Elbow joint

21. General Principles of Elbow Joint Arthroscopy

22. Osteochondrosis of the Elbow

23. Medial Coronoid Process Disease

24. Medial Flexor Enthesopathy

25. Medial Compartment Disease and Osteoarthritis

26. Ununited Anconeal Process

27. Incomplete Ossification of the Humeral Condyle

28. Elbow incongruity

Part V. Arthroscopic management of the Carpus

29. General Principles of Carpus Arthroscopy

30. Articular Fractures

31. Collateral Ligament Injury

Part VI. Arthroscopic management of the Coxofemoral joint

32. General Principles of Coxofemoral Joint Arthroscopy

33. Cartilage Assessment Pre-pelvic Osteotomy

34. Coxofemoral Joint Trauma

Part VII. Arthroscopic management of the Stifle joint

35. Arthroscopy of total hip replacement

36. General Principles of Stifle Joint Arthroscopy

37. Diagnostic Stifle Arthroscopy

38. Arthroscopic Meniscectomy and Meniscus Repair

39. Lateral Compartment Cartilage Disease

40. Osteochondrosis of the Stifle Joint

41. Patellar Luxation

42. Intra-articular Treatment of Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture

43. Arthroscopic-assisted Treatment of Fractures

44. Treatment of Long Digital Extensor Avulsion

Part VIII. Arthroscopic management of the Tarsus

45. General Principles of Tarsus Arthroscopy

46. Osteochondrosis of the Tarsus

47. Tarsal Trauma

Part IX. Diagnostic and Operative Arthroscopy in the Cat

48. General principles and applications of feline arthroscopy

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Kurt Schulz Department of Surgical and Radiological Sciences, University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, Davis, CA.

Sam Franklin
Antonio Pozzi Diplomate ACVS, Assistant Professor, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
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