Patient Positioning for Shoulder Surgery, Establishing Arthroscopic Shoulder Portals, Arthroscopic Fluid Management, and Standard Diagnostic Shoulder Arthroscopy.- Subacromial Decompression.- Subscapularis Repair.- Supero-posterior Rotator Cuff Tears.- Repair with Patch Augmentation.- Latissimus dorsi transfer with patch augmentation.- Arthroscopic Superior Capsule Reconstruction.- Pectoralis Major Tendon Transfer.- Anterior Capsule Reconstruction.- Anterior Instability without bone loss - Bankart Repair.- Anterior Instability with Bone Avulsion - "Bony Bankart Bridge" Procedure.- Anterior instability without bone loss - HAGL Repair.- Anterior Instability with bone loss - Latarjet Procedure.- Pancapsular shift for Multidirectional instability.- Posterior Instability.- Proximal Biceps Pathologies: SLAP Lesions, Pulley Lesions and Biceps Tenosynovitis .- Treatment of Sternoclavicular Joint Arthritis.- Treatment of Sternoclavicular Joint Instability.- Treatment of Acromioclavicular Joint Arthritis.- Treatment of Acromioclavicular Joint Separation.- Comprehensive Arthroscopic Management of Glenohumeral Osteoarthritis (CAM Procedure).- Arthrolysis.- Neurolysis of the suprascapular nerve.- Scapulothoracic Bursectomy.- Pectoralis Major Repair.- Pectoralis Minor Tenotomy.
This book is written for the benefit of all surgeons who have an interest in arthroscopic shoulder surgery. It is a compendium of different aspects of shoulder surgery that have been learned over the last 25 years. While there has been a rapid progression of shoulder surgery over the last two decades, particularly with the advancement of operative arthroscopic surgery, certain principles remain. The purpose of this book is not to be an exhaustive detailed account of the various historical aspects of arthroscopic shoulder surgery, but rather to act as an up-to-date, instructional handbook that outlines these principles. The book also helps the practicing shoulder surgeon become familiar some of the latest techniques in arthroscopic shoulder surgery, demonstrating proven approaches and outlining key aspects of common and uncommon procedures. Each chapter starts with the indications for the procedure, moves towards the appropriate evaluation and diagnostic work up, and culminates in specific technical explanation of the surgical procedure itself.
Advanced Techniques in Shoulder Arthroscopy is a valuable resource for those who are new to arthroscopic shoulder surgery and for those who are skilled and experienced in operative arthroscopy. It is meant to provide a foundation for basic and advanced arthroscopic techniques that helps surgeons improve their craft and treat their patients better.
Peter J. MillettDirector of Shoulder SurgeryShoulder, Knee, Elbow and Sports MedicineOrthopaedic SurgeryThe Steadman ClinicVail, CO
Jonas PogorzelskiTechnical University of MunichDepartment of Orthopaedic Sports MedicineMunichBavaria, Germany