1. The evolution of TKA in Boston
2. Posterior cruciate retaining vs substituting TKA
3. Mobile vs. fixed-bearing TKA
4. Primary TKA surgical technique
5. Correcting the varus knee
6. Correcting the valgus knee
7. Patello-femoral problems in TKA
8. Stiffness before and after TKA
9. Flexion contracture in TKA
10. TKA post osteotomy
11. TKA in Rheumatoid Arthritis
12. Bone stock deficiency in TKA
13. Bilateral simultaneous TKA
14. Sepsis in TKA
15. Staying and getting out of trouble during TKA
16. Re-operation after TKA
18. UKA surgical technique
19. Frequently asked question concerning TKA
A practical how-to guide for both new and experienced clinicians Botulinum Neurotoxin: A Guide to Motor Point Injections identifies the correct motor points for botulinum neurotoxin (BoNT) injections for non-cosmetic purposes such as muscle dystonia muscle spasticity teeth grinding or drooling. Dr. Chong-Tae Kim expertly guides readers through the efficient blocking of neurotransmitters using BoNT identifying target muscles and clearly demonstrating how to identify optimal insertion points.
Covers both the upper and lower extremities and how to select target muscles for specific deformities.
Includes illustrations and photographs to illustrate muscle relationships and correct insertion points.
Uses consistent labelling and coding throughout to provide an easy-to-follow, image-guided approach.
Presents information in two parts: Part 1 covers BoNT injections to individual motor points of muscles of the face, neck, trunk, and extremities, along with superb visual guidance. Part 2 discusses how to select target muscles for BoNT injections to treat deformities caused by muscle hyperactivity.
Consolidates today’s available information on this timely topic into a single, convenient resource
By Chong Tae Kim