ACL Surgery: How to Get It Right the First Time and What to Do If It Fails
As ACL injuries continue to increase, so does the need for a book that provides the optimal initial treatment of the ACL injury, while also recognizing the common pitfalls in the diagnosis and management of the patient.
ACL Surgery: How to Get it Right the First Time and What to Do if it Fails offers valuable technical pearls on how to perform ACL surgery with reliable and tested results, as well as an efficient way to review the surgical treatment of the torn ACL.
Dr. Bernard R. Bach, Jr. and Dr. Matthew T. Provencher present a user-friendly and clinically relevant book that covers both primary and revision ACL surgery. Covered inside is essential information on how to approach the patient with a failed primary and revision ACL surgery, examination and radiographic workup, and revision ACL construction. Over 55 contributors describe each procedural step in a logical and precise manner, while combining clinical and technical pearls.
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ACL Surgery serves as a blueprint of how to provide an effective and reliable primary ACL reconstruction with an emphasis on addressing associated conditions.
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With its user-friendly format of tips, techniques, and pearls & pitfalls throughout the chapters, sports medicine orthopedists, general orthopedic surgeons, fellows, and attendings will often refer to ACL Surgery: How to Get it Right the First Time and What to Do if it Fails.
This clinically relevant book of primary and revisionary ACL surgery is sure to provide the most up-to-date surgical recommendations and techniques for your surgical textbook library.