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Fecha de publicación: abril 2017
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Now offered in 2 full volumes - both in print andonline - Insall& Scott Surgery of the Knee by Dr. W. Norman Scott remains the definitive choicefor guidance on the most effective approaches for the diagnosis and management of the entire scope ofknee disorders. This edition reflects a complete content overhaul, with more than 50 new chapters and over 400 contributors from aroundthe world. The video program includes 70 new video clips, while new and expanded material covers a range of hot topics, including same-day surgery and hospitalmanagement of knee arthroplasty patients and anesthesiaspecific for knee surgery.



Section I: Basic Science

1 Anatomy

2 AnatomicAberrations

3 ClinicalExamination of the Knee

4 Gene Therapy in the Treatment of Knee Disorders

Section II: Imaging of the Knee

5 Knee ImagingTechniques and Normal Anatomy

6 Fractures

7 Imaging ofthe Meniscus

8 Cruciate Ligaments

9 Imaging of Synovium and Cartilage of the Knee

10 LateralSupporting Structures: Posterolateral CornerStructures and Iliotibial Band

11 MedialSupporting Structures: MCL and Posteromedial Corner

12 Imaging ofthe Extensor Mechanism

13 Imaging ofTotal Knee Arthroplasty

14 Tumors in the Knee

15Ultrasound-Guided Procedures

Section III: Biomechanics

16Three-Dimensional Morphology of the Knee

17 FluoroscopicAnalysis of Total Knee Replacement

18 In Vivo Kinematics of the Patellofemoral Joint

19 ForwardSolution Modeling: An In Vivo Theoretical Simulatorof the Knee

20 ContactMechanics of the Human Knee

21 In Vivo Mechanics,Vibration and Sound of the Knee Joint

22 DoesStrain in the Patella Change After TKA? A Finite Element Investigation ofNatural and Implanted Patellae

23 Wear Simulation of Knee Implants

24 Knee Wear

25 The AsianKnee

26 Mobile Fluoroscopy: Determination ofNatural, Unrestricted Knee Motion

Section IV: Sports Medicine: ArticularCartilage and Meniscus

27 Articular Cartilage: Biology,Biomechanics, and Healing Response

28 Articular Cartilage Injury andAdult OCD: Treatment Options and Decision Making

29International Experience with Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation With Periosteum (Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation), Including Scaffold GuidedTechniques and Tissue Engineered Matrix Support

30 Osteochondral AutograftTransplantation

31 Osteochondral Allograft Transplantation

32 Articular Cartilage Repair with Bioscaffolds

33 Managementof Failed Cartilage Repair

34 Osteochondritis Dissecans of theKnee in the Young Patient

35 Secondary,Spontaneous, and Postarthroscopy Osteonecrosisof the Knee: Diagnosis and Management

36 Healing ofKnee Ligaments and Menisci

37 Arthroscopic Meniscal Resection

38Arthroscopy-Assisted Inside-Out and Outside-In Meniscus Repair

39 All Inside Arthroscopy Meniscal Repair

40 Meniscal Allograft Transplantation

41 Synthetic Meniscal Substitutes and Collagen MeniscalImplantation

Section V: Sports Medicine: Ligament Injuries

42 Classification of Knee Ligament Injuries

43 SportsKnee Rating Systems and Related Statistics

44 Medial Ligamentous Injuries of the Knee: Acute and Chronic

45 FibularCollateral Ligament and the PosterolateralCorner

46 Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries and Reconstruction: Indications,Principles, and Outcomes

47Bone-Patellar Tendon-Bone AutograftAnterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

48 Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction with Hamstring Tendons

49 Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction with Central QuadricepsFree Tendon Graft

50 Allograft Anterior Cruciate LigamentReconstruction

51 Double-Bundle Anterior CruciateLigament Reconstruction

52 Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction via the Anteromedial Portal and Single-Tunnel, Double-BundleTechnique

53Complications of Anterior Cruciate LigamentReconstruction

54 Revision Anterior CruciateLigament Reconstruction

55 Revision Anterior CruciateLigament Surgery: One-Stage versus Two-Stage Technique

56 Osteotomy and the Cruciate-DeficientKnee

57Rehabilitation of the Surgically Reconstructed and NonsurgicallyTreated Anterior Cruciate

58 Knee Bracing for Athletic Injuries

59 DecisionMaking and Surgical Treatment of Posterior CruciateLigament Ruptures

60 Posterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Posterior Inlay Technique

61 Posterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: TranstibialDouble Bundle Technique

62 Posterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Remnant-PreservingTechnique Through the PosteromedialPortal

63 TheDislocated Knee

64Dislocation of the Proximal Tibiofibular Joint

Section VI: Sports Medicine: Patellar and Extensor Mechanism Disorders

65 Disorders of thePatellofemoral Joint

66 DistalRealignment of the Patellofemoral Joint: Indications,Effects, Results, and Recommendations

67 Surgery ofthe Patellofemoral Joint: Proximal Realignment

68 Repair and Reconstruction of the Medial PatellofemoralLigament for Treatment of Lateral Patellar Dislocations: Surgical Techniquesand Clinical Results

69 Sulcus-Deepening Trochleoplasty

70 Quadriceps and Patellar Tendon Disruption

Section VII: Knee Arthritis

71 Gout and OtherCrystalline Arthropathies

72 Knee Osteoarthritis

73 Overviewof Psoriatic Arthritis

74 Systemic Allergic Dermatitis in Total Knee Arthroplasty

75 RheumatoidArthritis of the Knee: Current Medical Management

76 Hemophilia and Pigmented VillonodularSynovitis Hemophilia  and the Knee

76B HIVInfection and Its Relationship to Knee Disorders

Section VIII: Anesthesia for Knee Surgery

Part I. PreoperativeEvaluation

77 Basics,Preoperative Assessment, and Medical Optimization

78 Patient with Stents

79 DiabetesMellitus and the Knee

80 Rheumatoid Arthritis

81 BilateralTotal Knee Replacement: Indications for Sequential andSimultaneous Surgery

Part II. Perioperative Management of InpatientProcedures

82 Monitoring  During Total Knee Arthroplasty

83 Spinal or General Anesthesia?

84 RevisionTotal Knee Arthroplasties

85 Pneumatic Tourniquet

86 Cement Embolism

87 Tranexamic Acid

88 Blood Lossand Fluid Management

89 Anesthesia for Knee Surgery

90 SpecificConsiderations for Fractures and Dislocations

Part III. Preoperative Analgesia: Peripheral Nerve Blocks

91 Femoral Nerve Bloack

92 Adductor Canal Black

93 Fascia Iliaca Compartment Block

94 Psoas Compartment Block

95 Sciatic Nerve Block

96 Obturator Nerve Block

97 Continuous Perineural Analgesia for KneeSurgery

98 Local Anesthetic Infiltration

99 Epidural Analgesia

100 Neuraxial Opioids

101 Systemic Opioids; PONV Prophylaxis

102 Multimodal Pharmacological Analgesia

103 Chronic Pain After Total Knee Arthroplasty

Part IV. Ambulatory Procedures

104 Knee Arthroscopy

Part V. Thromboprophylaxis

105 Thromboprophylaxis and Neuraxial Anesthesia

Section IX: Plastic Surgery

106 Soft TissueHealing

107 TheProblem Wound: Coverage Options

Section X: Fractures About the Knee

108 Distal FemurFractures

109 Tibial Plateau Fractures

110 Fracturesof the Patella

111 Treatment of PeriprostheticFractures Around a Total Knee Arthroplasty

Section XI: Pediatric Knee

112 Normal Knee Embryology and Development

113Congenital Deformities of the Knee

114 Meniscal Disorders

115 Osteochondritis Dissecans

116Reconstructing the Anterior Cruciate Ligament inPediatric Patients

117 Tibial Spine Fractures

118 Physeal Fractures about the Knee

119 Patellar Instability

Section XII: Joint Replacement and Its Alternatives

120 Nonoperative Treatment of Knee Arthritis

121 Osteotomy about the Knee: AmericanPerspective

122 Osteotomy for the Arthritic Knee: AEuropean Perspective

123 ScoringSystems and Their Validation for the Arthritic Knee

124 HistoricDevelopment, Classification, and Characteristics of Knee Prostheses

125 Unicompartmental, Bicompartmental,or Tricompartmental Arthritis of the Knee: Algorithmfor Surgical Management

126 Patellofemoral Arthroplasty

127 Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty:A European Perspective

128 Unicompartmental Replacement withACL Reconstruction

129 MedialUKA Fixed

130 MedialUKA MobileBearing

131 Bicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty

132 Bicondylar Unicompartmental Replacement

133 Bicruciate TKA

134 Bicruciate TKA: An Alternate View

135 EuropeanAnalysis and Results of Partial Knee Replacement

136 Posterior Cruciate Ligament Retention inTotal Knee Arthroplasty

137Preserving the PCL

138 Custom Made Knee Replacements

139 PosteriorCruciate Sacrificing Total Knee Arthroplasty

140 PosteriorCruciate Ligament-Substituting Total Knee Arthroplasty

141 PosteriorCruciate LigamentSubstituting Total Knee Arthroplasty: Considerationsin the Middle East

142Mobile-Bearing Total Knee Arthroplasty

143 CementedTotal Knee Arthroplasty: The Gold Standard

144 Cementless Total Knee Arthroplasty

145 PatellarResurfacing in Total Knee Arthroplasty

146 PatellaResurfacing - Never

147 PatellaResurfacing - Always

148 Alignment in TKA

149 SurgicalApproaches in Total Knee Arthroplasty: Standard andMIS Techniques

150 SurgicalTechniques and Instrumentation in Total Knee Arthroplasty

151 GapBalancing Techniques

152 Measured ReSection Technique

153 Is theUnderstanding of Gap Balancing and Measured ReSectionTechniques Necessary to Understand Imaging Surgical Techniques for Knee Arthroplasty

154 MidFlexion Instability

155 Correction of Deformities with Total Knee Arthroplasty: A European Approach:

156 Correction of Deformities with Total Knee Arthroplasty: An Asian Approach

157 PressureSensors and Soft Tissue Balancing

158 ClinicalEffectiveness of Custom Made Guides

159 Computer Navigation in Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty

160 Kinematic Alignment in Total Knee Arthroplasty

161 Computer-Assisted Navigation: Minimally Invasive Surgery for TotalKnee Replacement

162 Robotics in TKA: Development, Outcomes and Current Techniques:

163 RoboticUKA

164Management of Extra-articular Deformity in Total KneeArthroplasty with Navigation

165 ComputerAssisted TKA for Extra Medullary Deformity

166 TheImpact of the Cavus Foot and Ankle on the PainfulKnee

167 TheImpact of the Pesplanovalgus Foot and Ankle on thePainful Knee

168 TheImpact of Foot and Ankle Deformity on a Total Knee Replacement

Section XII: Revision and Complex Knee Arthroplasty

169 Complicationsof Total Knee Arthroplasty

170 ExtensileSurgical Exposures for Revision Total Knee Replacement

171 Revisionof Aseptic Failed Total Knee Arthroplasty

172 TheInfected Total Knee Replacement

173 Instability in Total Knee Arthroplasty

174Management of Bone Defects in Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty:Augments, Structual and Impaction Graft, and Cones

175 Patellar Revision

176 PatellarFractures in Total Knee Arthroplasty

177 ExtensorMechanism Disruption After TKR

Section XIII: Total Knee Arthroplasty Perioperative Management Issues

178 Obesity: Risks of Intervention, Benefits of Optimization

179 Catastrophizers: A Subgroup with Risk for SuboptimalResults After TKA

180 Optimization of Coronary Artery Disease, Diabetes Mellitus andStroke

181 InfectionPrevention Measures

182Pre-Rehabilitation and Fall Risk Prevention, Orthopedicand Neuromuscular Comorbities and Their Effect on TKAOutcome

183 Intra andPeriarticular Injections

184Techniques and Eligibility for Same day/ Next day Discharge of TKA

185 Pain Management after TKA Patients Leave the Hospital

Section XIV: Hospital Management of TKA Patients

186 CPM: Pros andCons

187 Cold Therapy

188 ImmediateMotion vs. Splinting after TKA Operation

189 Internet Based vs. In Person Physical Therapy After TKA

190 Etiology and Risk Factors for VTED after TKA

191 ACCP, SCIP, and AAOS Guidelines for ThromboembolismProphylaxis after Total Knee Arthroplasty.

192 ASA andSequential Pneumatic Compression Devices, Strengths and Limitations

193 VTEDStratification of Risk, Who Needs Aggressive Anticoagulation

194 Bleedingand Infection Risk with Aggressive Anticoagulation: How to Minimize SuboptimalOutcomes

Section XV Economics, Quality and Payment Paradigms for Total Knee Arthroplasty

195 HistoricalPerspective: Declining, Reimbursement, Rising Costs

196 NewPayment Paradigms

197 Physician, Hospital Partnerships

198 Value Based Purchasing

199 QualityMeasures Effecting Payment after TKA

Section XVI Tumors Aboutthe Knee

200 Evaluation ofthe Patient with a Bone Lesion about the Knee

201 Surgical Treatment of Benign Bone Lesions

202 Surgical Management of Malignant Bone Tumorsaround the Knee

203 Allograft Prosthetic Composite Reconstruction of the Knee

204 Megaprostheses for Reconstruction Following Tumor ReSection about the Knee

205 Metastatic Disease about the Knee:Evaluation and Surgical Treatment

206 SoftTissue Tumors of the Knee

207 CommonPitfalls in Tumors about the Knee: How to Recognizeand Avoid



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