By Bryan D. Springer, Brian M. Curtin
Comprised solely of medical circumstances masking complicated basic and revision overall knee arthroplasty, this concise, sensible casebook will offer orthopedic surgeons with the simplest real-world thoughts to correctly deal with the extra complex different types of knee alternative they could come across. every one bankruptcy is a case that opens with a special medical presentation, via an outline of the prognosis, evaluation and administration ideas used to regard it, in addition to the case final result and scientific pearls and pitfalls. situations incorporated illustrate diversified administration options for basic knee arthroplasty, together with the varus and valgus knee, flexion contracture and extra-articular deformity, in addition to periprosthetic an infection and revision overall knee arthroplasty, together with poor extensor mechanism, periprosthetic femur fracture and ligamentous instability. Pragmatic and reader-friendly, Complex fundamental and Revision overall Knee Arthroplasty: A scientific Casebook might be a very good source for orthopedic surgeons faced with a tough knee joint replacement.
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C. G. Gösthe Fig. 1. (a and b) AP radiographs reveal posttraumatic arthritis with retained lateral tibia locking plate with broken distal cortical screws. 4 mg/L. Knee aspiration revealed a white blood cell count of 86 cells/μL with 11 % neutrophils and negative cultures. 1 Diagnosis The patient presented with severe posttraumatic arthritis and retained hardware. Despite a benign history and knee aspiration, the serologic evaluation was concerning for occult infection. The knee aspiration, although negative, may be unreliable due to the extra-articular nature of the hardware.
The lateral approach is popular in Europe for valgus knees and has several proponents in the US literature [3, 4], although it has not been widely adopted here. The medial approach is more familiar to most surgeons in the United States and is thought to be adequate in all but cases with the most severe deformity. The fact that it is familiar to most surgeons is one important benefit of choosing the medial approach. Another benefit is that, with this approach, the patella is easy to evert or translate, especially in valgus knees, providing good exposure to the joint without requiring any tibial tuberosity osteotomy.
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Complex Primary and Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty: A Clinical Casebook by Bryan D. Springer, Brian M. Curtin