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Complications in Canine Cranial Cruciate Ligament Surgery


Complications in Canine Cranial Cruciate Ligament Surgery


AVS Advances in Veterinary Surgery 1. Aufl.

von: Ron Ben-Amotz, David L. Dycus

153,99 €

Verlag: Wiley-Blackwell
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 29.07.2021
ISBN/EAN: 9781119654391
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 352

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<p>Filling a gap in the current literature, <i>Complications in Canine Cranial Cruciate Ligament Surgery </i>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.  </p> <p>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:  </p> <ul> <li>Provides step-by-step techniques for surgical corrections of common complications </li> <li>Emphasizes surgical decision making and specific strategies for surgical correction </li> <li>Contains revision strategies for identification of intra-operative complications  </li> <li>Covers evaluation and identification of post-operative complications </li> <li>Features more than 400 photographs and clinical images   </li> </ul> <p>Part of the<i> </i>state-of-the-art<i> Advances in Veterinary Surgery </i>series, <i>Complications in Canine Cranial Cruciate Ligament Surgery</i> is an invaluable resource for surgical residents, veterinary surgeons, and general practice veterinarians alike. </p>
<p>List of Contributors vii</p> <p>Preface xi</p> <p>Foreword xiii</p> <p>Acknowledgments xv</p> <p>Disclosures xix</p> <p>I Introduction 1</p> <p>1 Pathology, Diagnosis, and Treatment Goals of Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture and Defining Complications 3</p> <p>David L. Dycus, Jeffery Biskup, Michael G. Conzemius, and Ron Ben‐Amotz</p> <p>2 Surgeon and Patient Preparation to Minimize Surgical Site Complications and Infection Surveillance Programs 15</p> <p>Katie L. Hoddinott, J. Scott Weese, and Ameet Singh</p> <p>3 Identification, Addressing, and Following Up on Surgical Site Infection After Cranial Cruciate Ligament Stabilization 33</p> <p>Katie L. Hoddinott, J. Scott Weese, and Ameet Singh II Intraarticular Repair Techniques 43</p> <p>4 Complications Associated with Intraarticular Repair Techniques 45</p> <p>Jeffery Biskup and Michael G. Conzemius</p> <p>5 Complications Associated with Proximal Tibial Epiphysiodesis 61</p> <p>Aldo Vezzoni, Joshua S. Zuckerman, and Ron Ben‐Amotz</p> <p>III Extraarticular RepairTechniques 85</p> <p>6 Extracapsular Stabilization Using Synthetic Material 87</p> <p>Ian G. Holsworth</p> <p>7 Complications Associated with Extracapsular Stabilization Using Monofilament Material 109</p> <p>R. Randy Basinger</p> <p>8 Complications Associated with Extracapsular Stabilization using Multifilament Material 121</p> <p>Matt Corse and Ian G. Holsworth</p> <p>IV Osteotomy Repair Techniques 145</p> <p>9 Complications Associated with Cranial Closing Wedge Osteotomy 147</p> <p>Bill Oxley</p> <p>10 Complications Associated with Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy 163</p> <p>Ron Ben‐Amotz and Joshua Zuckerman</p> <p>11 Complications Associated with CORA‐Based Leveling Osteotomy 189</p> <p>David L. Dycus and Don Hulse</p> <p>12 Complications Associated with Tibial Tuberosity Advancement 199</p> <p>Matthew D. Barnhart</p> <p>13 Complications Associated with the Modified Maquet Technique 219</p> <p>Marc H. Balligand</p> <p>V Nonsurgical Management and Physical Rehabilitation 237</p> <p>14 Complications Associated with Stifle Orthotics 239</p> <p>Bryan T. Torres and Steven C. Budsberg</p> <p>15 Complications from Cranial Cruciate Ligament Surgery: Rehabilitation Considerations 249</p> <p>Matthew W. Brunke, David Levine, David L. Dycus, and Denis J. Marcellin‐Little</p> <p>VI Adjunctive Information 263</p> <p>16 Complications Associated with Feline Cranial Cruciate Ligament Techniques 265</p> <p>Sorrel Langley‐Hobbs and  Eva Schnabl‐Feichter</p> <p>17 Complications Associated withArthroscopic Evaluation of the Stifle and Decision Making 289</p> <p>Brian S. Beale, Stephen C. Jones, and Selena Tinga</p> <p>18 Complications Associated with the Meniscus and Decision Making 309</p> <p>Stephen C. Jones, Selena Tinga, and Brian S. Beale</p> <p>Index 000</p> <p> </p>
<p><b>The editors</b></p> <p><b>Ron Ben-Amotz, DVM, MS, CCRP, DACVS-SA, DECVS,</b> is a Surgeon and the Section Head of Small Animal Orthopedics at the Koret School of Veterinary Medicine, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.  </p> <p><b>David L. Dycus, DVM, MS, CCRP, DACVS-SA, </b>is the Chief of Orthopedics at the Nexus Veterinary Bone & Joint Center, Nexus Veterinary Specialists, Maryland, USA. </p>
<p><b>A comprehensive and practical guide of common complications of cruciate repair surgery, published in cooperation with the American College of Veterinary Surgeons Foundation</b>  </p> <p>Filling a gap in the current literature, <i>Complications in Canine Cranial Cruciate Ligament Surgery </i>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.  </p> <p>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:  </p> <ul> <li>Provides step-by-step techniques for surgical corrections of common complications </li> <li>Emphasizes surgical decision making and specific strategies for surgical correction </li> <li>Contains revision strategies for identification of intra-operative complications  </li> <li>Covers evaluation and identification of post-operative complications </li> <li>Features more than 400 photographs and clinical images   </li> </ul> <p>Part of the<i> </i>state-of-the-art<i> Advances in Veterinary Surgery </i>series, <i>Complications in Canine Cranial Cruciate Ligament Surgery</i> is an invaluable resource for surgical residents, veterinary surgeons, and general practice veterinarians alike. </p>

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