By Roger N. Chams, Stephen J. Snyder (auth.), James C. Y. Chow M.D. (eds.)
Arthroscopic surgical procedure is the technically challenging process that calls for the skillful use of smooth tools and familiarity with fiberoptic tools and video apparatus. concentrating on the most up-tp-date, "cutting-edge," leading edge, and complicated arthroscopic suggestions for wrist and hand, elbow, shoulder, hip, knee, ankle and foot, backbone, in addition to laser purposes in arthroscopy, and place of work arthroscopy, complex Arthroscopy provides the orthopaedic health care professional with the distinctive techniques had to remain aggressive. With contributions from leaders within the orthopaedic/arthroscopic surgical procedure distinctiveness, complete colour arthroscopic perspectives and customized illustrations detailing advanced systems for rotator cuff tear, TFCC fix, meniscus fix, ACL reconstruction, intraarticular fractures and so forth, this quantity is for each training orthopaedic surgeon.
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The crescent area of the rotator cuff has a degenerative tear in it. A shaver is being brought through the supraspinatus from the midlateral portal. 16. Arthroscopic view of the subacromial space through the midlateral portal, viewing the coracoacromialligament. The rotator cuff is above and the acromion is below. 15. The rotator cuff has been debrided, leaving a small attritional hole. 17. The coracoacromial ligament viewed from the midlateral portal, with hemorrhage within the ligament. Note that the rotator cuff and humeral head are above and the acromion is below.
Williams MM, Snyder SI, Buford D. The Buford eomplexthe "eord-like" middle glenohumeral ligament and absent anterosuperior labrum complex: a normal anatomie eapsulolabral variant. Arthroscopy 1994; 10:241-247. 9. Turkel SI, Panio MW, Marshall IL, et al. Stabilizing meehanism preventing anterior dislocation of the glenohumeral joint. J Bone Joint Surg 1981;63A:1208-1217. 10. Moseley HG, Overgaard B. The anterior eapsular meehanism in reeurrent anterior disloeation of the shoulder: morphologieal and c1inieal studies with speeial referenee to the glenoid labrum and the glenohumeral ligaments.
This is extremely important information to have prior to surgery due to the high risk of inadvertent acromial fracture during decompression. The acromion and the coracoid vary in their slope and morphology, both of which have implications in portal 1. Vangsness CT Ir, Iorgenson SS, Watson T, Iohnson DL. The origin of the long head of the biceps from the scapula and glenoid labrum. An anatomical study of 100 shoulders. J Bone Joint Surg 1994;76B:951-954. 2. Iohnson LL, Bays BM, van Dyk GE. Vincula of the biceps tendon in the glenohumeraljoint: an arthroscopic and anatomie study.
Advanced Arthroscopy by Roger N. Chams, Stephen J. Snyder (auth.), James C. Y. Chow M.D. (eds.)