Multiple Ligamentous Injuries of the Knee in the Athlete
Robert C. Schenck
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, 2002 - Medical - 120 pages
This work explores the diagnosis and management of multiple ligamentous injuries of the knee in athletes. Expert contributors address such issues as: the importance of history and clinical examination; problems associated with closed treatments; and implications for return to play.
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Achilles tendon ACL and PCL acute allograft anatomy approach arteriography Arthroscopy athlete avulsion avulsion fractures biceps femoris bicruciate injury biomechanical Bone Joint Surg capsular capsule chronic Clin Orthop clinical combined ACL cruciate ligament injuries cruciate ligament reconstruction dislocated knee distal eral evaluation external fixator external rotation fascicles femoral condyle femoral tunnel femur flexion fractures gastrocnemius high-energy knee dislocation incision injury patterns insertion instability isolated knee dislocation knee flexion knee injuries knee joint lateral lateral meniscus laxity layer medial collateral ligament meniscus ment multiple ligamentous injuries neurovascular orthopaedic patellar tendon patients PCL injuries PCL reconstruction peroneal nerve popliteal artery popliteus tendon posterior cruciate ligament posterolateral corner injury posterolateral knee posterolateral structures posteromedial postoperative proximal radiographs recon rehabilitation repair Schenck RC semimembranosus Shelbourne Sports stability struction surgeon surgery suture tears technique tendon allograft terolateral tibial tunnel tion valgus varus vascular injury Warren RF