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A primer in cartilage repair and joint preservation of the knee

Tom Minas

A primer in cartilage repair and joint preservation of the knee

by Tom Minas

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Published by Elsevier/Saunders in Philadelphia, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Diseases,
  • Cartilage,
  • Cartilage Diseases,
  • Articular Cartilage,
  • Knee Joint,
  • Articular cartilage,
  • Surgery,
  • Orthopedic Procedures,
  • Methods

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Tom Minas
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRD686 .P75 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 278 p. :
    Number of Pages278
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25066407M
    ISBN 101416066543
    ISBN 109781416066545
    LC Control Number2011001657

    Osteotomy (literally ‘bone cutting’) is an operation in which a bone is cut to allow the bone to be repositioned; for example, to shorten, lengthen or realign. It may also be used to correct bones that have not healed properly following fractures or injuries. In the case of cartilage damage (whether recent or long-standing, such as in arthritis), it is also used to relieve pain and improve. Miller: Operative Techniques: Knee Surgery 2e Miller: Orthopaedic Surgical Approaches 2e (Contains video) Miller: Presentation, Imaging and Treatment of Common Musculoskeletal Conditions 1e (Contains video) Miller: Primer of Arthroscopy 1e Minas: A Primer in Cartilage Repair and Joint Preservation of the Knee 1e (Contains video).

    The aim of an articular cartilage repair treatment is to restore the surface of an articular joint's hyaline the last decades, surgeons and researchers have been working hard to elaborate surgical cartilage repair interventions. Though these solutions do not perfectly restore articular cartilage, some of the latest technologies start to bring very promising results in repairing Specialty: orthopedic. The hip joint and articular cartilage. The hip is a ball and socket joint. Both the ball and socket are lined with articular cartilage which provides for virtually friction – free movements. In addition, the rim of the socket is lined with a ring of cartilage called the labrum that cushions and supports socket for normal hip joint .

    Michael Trice, MD, is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who treats every patient as he would his friends and family: with the highest degree of personalized care. Dr. Trice specializes in treating injuries and arthritis of the knee, hip, and shoulder at Sports Medicine & Joint Preservation Center in . Joint Preservation Techniques. Joint preservation techniques are used in patients with cartilage defects to preserve the joints and to restore the function. Articular cartilage is the cartilage that covers the bony surface of joints. It has a smooth surface which allows the bones of the knee joint to slide over each other with very little friction.


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A Primer in Cartilage Repair and Joint Preservation of the Knee presents the full range of treatment options for a changing, increasingly younger patient population. Thomas Minas demonstrates each technique―from non-surgical to mini-incision total knee arthroplasty to the recent developments in tissue biologics―through a step-by-step by: 5.

A Primer in Cartilage Repair and Joint Preservation of the Knee presents the full range of treatment options for a changing, increasingly younger patient population. Thomas Minas demonstrates each technique—from non-surgical to mini-incision total knee arthroplasty to the recent developments in tissue biologics—through a step-by-step approach.

A primer in cartilage repair and joint preservation of the knee. [Tom Minas;] and well-edited book in what probably is the most exciting and rapidly developing area of orthopedic surgery -- cartilage restoration. Cartilage, Articular -- surgery. Knee Joint -- surgery. Orthopedic Procedures -- methods.

A Primer in Cartilage Repair and Joint Preservation of the Knee. 1st edition, by Tom Minas. This text presents the full range of treatment options for a changing, increasingly younger patient population. : Tom Minas. A Primer in Cartilage Repair and Joint Preservation of the Knee presents the full range of treatment options for a changing, increasingly younger patient population.

Thomas Minas demonstrates each technique-from non-surgical to mini-incision total knee arthroplasty to the recent developments in tissue biologics-through a step-by-step approach.

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A Primer in Cartilage Repair and Joint Preservation of the Knee presents the full range of treatment options for a changing, increasingly younger patient population. : Tom Minas. A prospective study of arthroscopies of the knee joint found cartilage defects in 61% of cases, 44% of these due to osteoarthritis, 28% due to focal cartilage defects, and 2% due to OCD.

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27/04/ [email protected] open to Non-Members until J Interested in Orthopaedic Cartilage Regeneration & Joint Preservation Science. In tedious home office and lockdown times for many orthopaedic scientists and physicians around the world, the ICRS has exceptionally opened its scientific online educational platform [email protected] free of charge also to Non-Members until J to.

The USC Joint Preservation and Replacement Center at Keck Medicine of USC in Los Angeles offers specialized care for the preservation and replacement of the hip and knee, as well as cartilage repair.

Our orthopaedic surgeons provide relief for patients from diagnoses through rehabilitation for conditions such as arthritis, damaged cartilage and /5(K).

This book offers a comprehensive overview of the basic science and clinical evidence for non-arthroplasty interventions in the adult knee. It aims to cover all aspects of joint-preserving knee surgery, from injectable therapies such as platelet-rich plasma and stem cell therapies to surgical interventions such as meniscal repair and replacement, ligament reconstructions, and osteotomies.

Surgery for joint preservation is used to repair damaged articular cartilage because of osteoarthritis and malalignment. High Tibial Osteotomy is a medical or surgical method to realign the knee joint. This surgery especially helps people with knee arthritis to avoid knee replacement surgery, either Author: Lybrate.

Joint preservation techniques are used in patients with cartilage defects to preserve the joints and to restore the function. Articular cartilage is the cartilage that covers the bony surface of joints. It has a smooth surface which allows the bones of the knee joint to slide over each other with very little on: Main Street SuiteHouston,TX.

A Primer in Cartilage Repair and Joint Preservation of the Knee presents the full range of treatment options for a changing, increasingly younger patient population.

: Henri Robert. Tom Minas MD, MS, in A Primer in Cartilage Repair and Joint Preservation of the Knee, ACI plus Meniscal Allograft. For meniscal deficiency in combination with articular cartilage injury, I have found that it is much more critical for the lateral than the medial compartment of the knee to transplant the meniscus with the ACI.

Medial injuries are frequently accompanied by varus malalignment. Minas has published and lectured extensively on cartilage repair and joint preservation of the knee.

He has written a textbook, over a dozen book chapters, as well as more than peer-reviewed articles in international journals. Additionally, Dr. Minas has directed multiple international conferences on biologic repair of arthritic joints. Articular cartilage injuries are common in patients presenting to surgeons with primary complaints of knee pain or mechanical symptoms.

Treatment options include comprehensive nonoperative management, palliative surgery, joint preservation operations, and by: Cartilage is not seen on X-rays, so cartilage fraying and localized injuries, such as isolated tears or divots in the knee cartilage, are not detectable.

However, severely degenerated cartilage is detectable on an X-ray because the joint space between the bones appears shrunken.His particular expertise lies within joint preservation surgery of the knee including ligament reconstruction, re-alignment osteotomy, meniscus transplantation and cartilage repair.

He has been successful in securing over eight million dollars in research funding and has authored over peer-reviewed articles and numerous book chapters.