The Knee: Reconstruction, Replacement, and Revision has been written with one fundamental objective in mind: relevance. The authors, world renowned experts in hip and knee reconstruction, offer highly practical information based on their experience. Knee reconstruction surgeons will benefit from the step-by-step guidance and significance of details on treatment of each knee disorder.
There are a number of chapters on the basic fundamentals of knee surgery that aim to help surgeons prevent complications of TKA and optimize the outcome of this procedure. The nonreplacement, joint preservation options for treatment are also provided whenever appropriate.
The over 1500 pages are richly illustrated with color figures, diagrams, and tables that visualize important information and help establish this book as a highly valuable resource.
- 2-Volume Set
- Copyright: 2013
- Now Available
Editor: Javad Parvizi, MD, FRCS
Section Editors: James Cashman, MD; Nitin Goyal, MD; Matthew Morrey, MD; Camilo Restrepo, MD