By Richard K.N. Ryu MD, Richard L Angelo MD, Jeffrey Abrams MD
The Shoulder: AANA complex Arthroscopic Surgical Techniques is authored via greatest arthroscopic surgeons Drs. Richard K.N. Ryu, Richard L. Angelo, and Jeffrey S. Abrams, and their overseas record of professional members. This entire source contains most popular actual exam checking out and diagnostic imaging offerings in pre-operative making plans and sufferer choice, cutting-edge step by step description of the approaches, precise surgical apparatus lists to accomplish each one technique, transparent and unique symptoms for surgical procedure and the considerate motive in the back of said contraindications, arguable symptoms, post-operative protocols, and capability complications.
The written textual content is supported by way of a number of colour photos and an internet site with precious, narrated movies depicting disease-specific arthroscopic options particular to the shoulder.
Features inside of The Shoulder: AANA complex Arthroscopic Surgical Techniques
- Narrated video accompanies all surgical ideas, concentrating on the stepwise method of each one operation
- Consistent association during the booklet leads to a bulleted and uncomplicated interface for a fast reference or lengthy study
- Top five Technical Pearls for every strategy to reinforce results and to prevent universal pitfalls and complications
- High-quality art and figures to counterpoint scientific images
- Equipment and surgical procedure checklists for speedy reference ahead of surgery
Some bankruptcy issues include:
-Arthroscopic Latarjet Stabilization
-Arthroscopic A-cromioclavicular Joint Reconstruction
-Arthroscopic Subscapularis fix: The Extra-Articular Technique
-Arthroscopic Suprascapular Nerve Release
-Arthroscopic Suprapectoral Biceps Tenodesis
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In patients who underwent a posterior capsular shift procedure, the repair might too tight or there might be an excessive scarring in this region following the repair. Reeves32 has proposed that the stiff shoulder be classified as a frozen shoulder or post-traumatic stiff shoulder. The term frozen shoulder, introduced by Codman33 in 1934, refers to no traumatic stiffness of the glenohumeral joint capsule. Idiopathic adhesive capsulitis is a condition of uncertain cause characterized by limited active and passive shoulder motion.