The Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction and Basic Science 1st Edition
The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the most written about topics in Orthopaedics, such that it has become very difficult for most Orthopaedists to stay current through regular casual reading of the literature. Yet until now
there has not been a comprehensive ACL text. This Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction and Basic Science 1st Edition book fills that gap. Author have attempted to present the essence of the world’s accumulated
clinically relevant ACL-related knowledge in 81 concise chapter.
Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction and Basic Science 1st Edition content :
- Covers the latest clinical and technical information on pain control, genetics and biologics, the use of ultrasound, and much more.
- EBook access features an exhaustive ACL bibliography database more than 5000 available articles.
- Features dozens of new chapters that offer up-to-date information on pain control after ACLR, single vs. double bundle repairs, genetics and collagen type, all-inside techniques, biologics, pediatrics, ACL ganglion cysts, prognosis for ACLR success, allografts vs. autografts, and more.
- Provides the experience and insight of a “dream team” of ACL experts, including James Andrews on sports medicine, Frank Noyes on HTO and ACLR, and Andrew Amis on the benefits of the older femoral tunnel placement technique.