By Joseph P. Iannotti MD PhD, Gerald R. Williams Jr. MD
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Expanded to 2 volumes, Disorders of the Shoulder, moment Edition is a complete, present, and authoritative scientific reference for citizens, fellows, shoulder experts, and basic orthopaedic surgeons. This version positive factors significantly improved assurance of arthroscopic remedy and enormous quantities of recent full-color arthroscopic photos. Arthroscopic and open thoughts are built-in into all suitable disorder-specific chapters, in order that readers can examine open to arthroscopic methods and choose the best remedy choice. New chapters conceal analysis of glenohumeral instability; administration of bone and delicate tissue loss in revision arthroplasty; minimally invasive innovations for proximal humeral fractures; hemiarthroplasty for proximal humeral fractures; and suprascapular and axillary nerve injuries.
All scientific chapters contain therapy algorithms and the authors' hottest remedy. greater than 2,400 illustrations—743 in complete color—complement the text.
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Delayed and immediate tendon repair models 1. Quadruped: weight-bearing upper extremity 2. Tendon heals spontaneously after detached: need to actively prevent healing to study effect of a delayed repair 3. Complex limb immobilization, partial weight-bearing protocol postinjury and repair to allow surgical repair healing Canine/beagle (infraspinatus tendon) 1. Larger size allows evaluation of clinically applicable surgical techniques of rotator cuff repair 1. Quadruped: weight-bearing upper extremity 2.
Supraspinatus tendon–bone insertion at the greater tuberosity identical to tendon–bone interface in humans: four zones of transition (tendon proper, nonmineralized fibrocartilage, mineralized fibrocartilage, and bone) 2. Delayed and immediate tendon repair models 1. Quadruped: weight-bearing upper extremity 2. Shoulder anatomy not as similar to human as rat model 3. Small size: problem for experimental manipulations, such as creating tears or surgical repair, and applicability of techniques to humans Sheep (infraspinatus tendon) 1.
Neviaser and coworkers177 reported on a series of 30 patients who had a concurrent rupture of the rotator cuff with an anterior dislocation of the glenohumeral joint. All patients were older than 40 years of age and were unable to sufficiently elevate the arm in the postinjury period. The supraspinatus was torn in most of the patients, with variable degrees of infraspinatus involvement. All patients with recurrent anterior instability had disruption of the subscapularis tendon. These individuals were satisfactorily treated with primary repair of the tendon without reconstruction of the capsulolabral complex.