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Complications in canine cranial cruciate ligament surgery
Complications in canine cranial cruciate ligament surgery
1° ed., 336 pagg., 400 ill., John Wiley & Sons, Ottobre 2021

Codice Articolo: CHORT75
ISBN: 9781119654377
Peso: 1000 g
Area: Cane/Gatto
Disciplina: Chirurgia ortopedica
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Filling a gap in the current literature, Complications in Canine Cranial Cruciate Ligament Surgery provides revision strategies for correcting the complications associated with surgical repair techniques for cranial cruciate ligament rupture, one of the most common causes of a hind limb lameness in dogs. Presenting step-by-step instructions for numerous surgical correction techniques, this practical guide covers articular, extra-articular and osteotomy repair techniques as well as non-surgical management, physical rehabilitation, clinical decision making, and more.  
The book begins with an overview of cranial cruciate ligament tear, diagnosis, and treatment goals, followed by a discussion of methods for minimizing surgical site infection and complications. Subsequent chapters describe the potential complications of a particular technique and explain how to identify, evaluate, and correct the complication. Throughout the book, hundreds of high-quality clinical photographs show the appearance of complications and demonstrate each step of the corrective procedure. This authoritative guide:  
  • Provides step-by-step techniques for surgical corrections of common complications 
  • Emphasizes surgical decision making and specific strategies for surgical correction 
  • Contains revision strategies for identification of intra-operative complications  
  • Covers evaluation and identification of post-operative complications 
  • Features more than 400 photographs and clinical images   
Part of the state-of-the-art Advances in Veterinary Surgery series, Complications in Canine Cranial Cruciate Ligament Surgery is an invaluable resource for surgical residents, veterinary surgeons, and general practice veterinarians alike.
List of Contributors vii
Preface xi
Foreword xiii
Acknowledgments xv
Disclosures xix
I Introduction 1
1 Pathology, Diagnosis, and Treatment Goals of Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture and Defining Complications 3
David L. Dycus, Jeffery Biskup, Michael G. Conzemius, and Ron Ben-Amotz
2 Surgeon and Patient Preparation to Minimize Surgical Site Complications and Infection Surveillance Programs 15
Katie L. Hoddinott, J. Scott Weese, and Ameet Singh
3 Identification, Addressing, and Following Up on Surgical Site Infection After Cranial Cruciate Ligament Stabilization 33
Katie L. Hoddinott, J. Scott Weese, and Ameet Singh II Intraarticular Repair Techniques 43
4 Complications Associated with Intraarticular Repair Techniques 45
Jeffery Biskup and Michael G. Conzemius
5 Complications Associated with Proximal Tibial Epiphysiodesis 61
Aldo Vezzoni, Joshua S. Zuckerman, and Ron Ben-Amotz
III Extraarticular RepairTechniques 85
6 Extracapsular Stabilization Using Synthetic Material 87
Ian G. Holsworth
7 Complications Associated with Extracapsular Stabilization Using Monofilament Material 109
R. Randy Basinger
8 Complications Associated with Extracapsular Stabilization using Multifilament Material 121
Matt Corse and Ian G. Holsworth
IV Osteotomy Repair Techniques 145
9 Complications Associated with Cranial Closing Wedge Osteotomy 147
Bill Oxley
10 Complications Associated with Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy 163
Ron Ben-Amotz and Joshua Zuckerman
11 Complications Associated with CORA-Based Leveling Osteotomy 189
David L. Dycus and Don Hulse
12 Complications Associated with Tibial Tuberosity Advancement 199
Matthew D. Barnhart
13 Complications Associated with the Modified Maquet Technique 219
Marc H. Balligand
V Nonsurgical Management and Physical Rehabilitation 237
14 Complications Associated with Stifle Orthotics 239
Bryan T. Torres and Steven C. Budsberg
15 Complications from Cranial Cruciate Ligament Surgery: Rehabilitation Considerations 249
Matthew W. Brunke, David Levine, David L. Dycus, and Denis J. Marcellin-Little
VI Adjunctive Information 263
16 Complications Associated with Feline Cranial Cruciate Ligament Techniques 265
Sorrel Langley-Hobbs and  Eva Schnabl-Feichter
17 Complications Associated withArthroscopic Evaluation of the Stifle and Decision Making 289
Brian S. Beale, Stephen C. Jones, and Selena Tinga
18 Complications Associated with the Meniscus and Decision Making 309
Stephen C. Jones, Selena Tinga, and Brian S. Beale
Index 000
CV Autore/i
Surgeon and the Section Head of Small Animal Orthopedics at the Koret School of Veterinary Medicine, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.  
David L. Dycus, DVM, MS, CCRP, DACVS-SA
Chief of Orthopedics at the Nexus Veterinary Bone & Joint Center, Nexus Veterinary Specialists, Maryland, USA
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