Atlas of Knee Arthroscopy by Radu Prejbeanu

By Radu Prejbeanu

This atlas presents readers with a concise and available source for appearing knee arthroscopy, probably the most universal orthopaedic methods within the US and more and more worldwide. Illustrated with over a hundred and fifty surgical photographs, citizens, experts and senior surgeons alike will locate this atlas to be a key reference for bettering knee arthroscopy tactics and results for patients.

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A more recent review performed by Noyes et al. found that meniscectomy is performed two to three times more frequently than meniscus repair during anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction [30]. This raises concern since meniscectomy significantly alters long term outcomes and favors arthritic changes, especially in the lateral compartment [31]. To a certain degree, this can be attenuated by the fact that lateral meniscus tears are better tolerated and can be excised more parsimoniously hoping they will continue to provide support [32].

Inflammatory foreign-body reaction to an arthroscopic bioabsorbable meniscal arrow repair. Arthroscopy. 1999;15:770–2. 84. Ross G, Grabill J, McDevitt E. Chondral injury after meniscal repair with bioabsorbable arrows. Arthroscopy. 2000;16:754–6. 85. Allen PR, Denham RA, Swan AV. Late degenerative changes after meniscectomy. Factors affecting the knee after operation. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 1984;66:666–71. 86. Fairbank TJ. Knee joint changes after meniscectomy. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 1948;30-B:664–70.

2 T MRIs cannot be used to successfully identify incomplete meniscal tears in the setting of anterior cruciate ligament rupture. 25 Pujol et al. performed a literature review concerning the healing results of meniscal tears left in situ during anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction and recommend fixation for medial meniscus tears [27]. These findings are supported by other authors that found meniscal repairs at the time of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction had a lower failure rate than isolated repairs and better long-term outcomes than partial meniscectomy [28].

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