Shoulder Arthroscopy and MRI Techniques by Georg LajtaiShoulder Arthroscopy and MRI Techniques by Georg Lajtai

Shoulder Arthroscopy and MRI Techniques

EditorGeorg Lajtai, Stephen J. Snyder, Gregory Applegate

Paperback | April 12, 2014

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Shoulder Arthroscopy and MRI Techniques is an authoritative text on the various techniques in arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder joint. International experts in the field cover the whole spectrum of the state of the art. Clear and self-explanatory illustrations depict the operative procedures in a step-by-step manner. The authors communicate tips and tricks, thus enabling the reader to easily reproduce the procedures with the desired results. Through direct comparison between arthroscopic and MRI photographs the surgeon will be able to correlate the two and draw important conclusions. Another focus is placed on post-operative MRI evaluation. The reader is provided with up-to-date information and a valuable guide in his daily routine.
Title:Shoulder Arthroscopy and MRI TechniquesFormat:PaperbackPublished:April 12, 2014Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3642627714

ISBN - 13:9783642627712

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Table of Contents

General Part: Shoulder Arthroscopy: Struggles and Successes; OR-Set Up; Knot Tying Techniques; Arthroscopical Anatomy and Norm Variants; Arthroscopical Findings versus Preoperative MRI; Portals.- Special Part: Instability of the Glenohumeral Joint; Pathology of the Long Head of the Biceps; Rotator Cuff Pathology; Intraarticular Ganglion Cysts and Nerve Entrapment; Pathology of the Subacromial Space; AC-Joint Pathology; Arthroscopic Treatment of Primary and Secondary Frozen Shoulder; Management of Loose Bodies; Anterosuperior Impingement; Posterosuperior Impingement; Arthroscopic Osteosynthesis of Glenoid Fractures.

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From the reviews:"With the help of many coauthors and their experiences, the editors supply up-to-date, state-of-the-art information on shoulder arthroscopy and what to expect from the MRI techniques. . In each chapter, many figures illustrate the text. A very didactic book for all surgeons who want to do or progress in surgery of the shoulder." (A.G. Graftiaux, European Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery & Traumatology, Vol. 14 (2), 2004)"This is an authoritative text on the various techniques in arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder. It is a 'must have' immediately in any orthopaedic professional's library. . Clear and self-explanatory illustrations depict the operative procedures in a step-by-step manner. Tips and tricks enabling the reader to easily reproduce the procedures with the desired results are communicated by the authors. . The reader is provided with . 384 pages of excellent presentation. This book is to be recommended to both specialised surgeons and the beginners." (S. El Banna, Acta Orthopaedica Belgica, Vol. 70 (1), 2004)"This is an attractively presented text which represents the proceedings of a recent international conference on the subject of shoulder arthroscopy. . Particularly impressive throughout is the quality of illustrations, comprising a mixture of excellent coloured line drawings, which would certainly be of interest to any radiologist . . The book is clearly written primarily for orthopaedic surgeons but would certainly be of value to the radiologist with a particular interest in shoulder imaging and who requires a detailed knowledge of arthroscopic techniques." (Dr A Saifuddin, RAD Magazine, August, 2003)"Orthopedic colleagues from Europe and the USA present a book on shoulder arthroscopy and MRI techniques with new information, reflecting presentations from an international congress in Austria . . Basic material, instruments and procedure techniques are presented and critically discussed. . this book can be highly recommended to orthopedists and radiologists who have to deal with orthopedic questions, as it is clearly written and provides excellent illustrations." (T. J. Vogl, European Radiology, Vol. 15 (6), 2005)