Advances in the Canine Cranial Cruciate Ligament

 
 
Wiley-Blackwell (Verlag)
  • 2. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 10. November 2017
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  • 424 Seiten
 
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978-1-119-26173-5 (ISBN)
 
Advances in the Canine Cranial Cruciate Ligament, Second Edition presents in-depth, focused, and updated coverage of current knowledge on cruciate ligament rupture, using a multidisciplinary, evidence-based approach.
* Presents a state-of-the-art summary of the most recent knowledge on this important cause of lameness in dogs
* Led by a highly respected surgeon and researcher, with chapters written by leading experts in the field
* Provides an update to the groundbreaking first edition, with six new chapters
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Peter Muir, BVSc, MVetClinStud, PhD, Diplomate ACVS, ECVS, is the Melita Grunow Family Professor of Companion Animal Health at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine in Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
About the Editor
Foreword
Kenneth A. Johnson
Foreword
R. Randy Basinger, ACVS Foundation
Preface
Peter Muir
Acknowledgement
Contributing Authors
Section I: Structure & Function
Introduction
Peter Muir
Chapter 1: Morphology and function of the cruciate ligaments
Hilde de Rooster, Eithne Comerford
Chapter 2: Biomechanics of the cruciate ligaments
Susannah J. Sample
Chapter 3: Cruciate ligament remodeling and repair
Connie S. Chamberlain, Erin E. Crowley, Ray Vanderby Jr.
Chapter 4: Meniscal structure and function
Antonio Pozzi, James L. Cook
Chapter 5: Biomechanics of the normal and cranial cruciate-deficient stifle
Antonio Pozzi, Stanley E. Kim
Section II: Etiopathogenesis of Cruciate Ligament Rupture
Introduction
Peter Muir
Chapter 6: Histology of cranial cruciate ligament rupture
Kei Hayashi
Chapter 7: Genetics of cranial cruciate ligament rupture
Lauren A. Baker, Peter Muir
Chapter 8: Cruciate ligament matrix metabolism and development of laxity
Eithne Comerford
Chapter 9: Morphological risk factors for cruciate ligament rupture
Eithne Comerford
Chapter 10: Role of nitric oxide production and matrix protease activity in cruciate ligament degeneration
David E. Spreng, Simone Forterre
Chapter 11: Role of antibodies to collagen type I and II
Hilde De Rooster, Eithne Comerford
Chapter 12: Synovitis precedes stifle instability associated with cruciate ligament rupture
Jason A. Bleedorn
Chapter 13: Role of synovial immune responses in stifle synovitis
Peter Muir
Section III: Clinical Features
Introduction
Peter Muir
Chapter 14: Epidemiology of cranial cruciate ligament rupture
Lauren A. Baker, Peter Muir
Chapter 15: History and clinical signs of cruciate ligament rupture
Peter Muir
Chapter 16: Partial rupture of the cranial cruciate ligament
Peter Muir
Chapter 17: Caudal cruciate ligament rupture
Peter Muir
Chapter 18: Stress imaging of the stifle
Stanley E. Kim 234
Chapter 19: Stifle ultrasonography
Cristi R. Cook
Chapter 20: Computed tomography (CT) of the stifle
Ingrid Gielen, Henri van Bree
Chapter 21: Magnetic resonance imaging of the stifle
Peter V. Scrivani
Chapter 22: Risk prediction of cruciate ligament rupture using stifle diagnostic imaging
Peter Muir
Section IV: Surgical Treatment
Introduction
Peter Muir
Chapter 23: Arthroscopy and arthrotomy of the stifle
Brian S. Beale, Donald A. Hulse, Antonio Pozzi, Peter Muir
Chapter 24: Joint Lavage
Peter Muir
Chapter 25: Extracapsular stabilization
Selena Tinga, Stanley E. Kim
Chapter 26: Intra-articular repair for cranial cruciate ligament rupture in the dog
Jeffery J. Biskup, Michael G. Conzemius
Chapter 27: Tibial plateau leveling osteotomy
Susan L. Schaefer
Chapter 28: Tibial tuberosity advancement
Randy J. Boudrieau
Chapter 29: Closing cranial wedge osteotomy and triple tibial osteotomy
Simon C. Roe
Chapter 30: Treatment of excessive tibial plateau angle
Michael P. Kowaleski
Chapter 31: Surgical management of cranial cruciate ligament rupture combined with patella luxation
Anke Langenbach, Denis J. Marcellin-Little
Chapter 32: Biomechanics of the cranial cruciate ligament deficient stifle treated by tibial osteotomies
Antonio Pozzi, Stanley E. Kim, Selena Tinga
Chapter 33: Arthroscopic follow-up after surgical stabilization of the stifle
Brian S. Beale, Donald A. Hulse
Chapter 34: Cranial cruciate ligament debridement
David E. Spreng
Chapter 35: Surgical treatment of concurrent meniscal injury
Samuel P. Franklin, James L. Cook, Antonio Pozzi
Chapter 36: Meniscal release
Antonio Pozzi, James L. Cook
Chapter 37: Progression of arthritis after stifle stabilization surgery
Susannah J. Sample
Chapter 38: Clinical outcomes after surgical treatment for cruciate ligament rupture
Mary Sarah Bergh, Steven C. Budsberg
Chapter 39: Success and failure after stifle stabilization surgery
Michael G. Conzemius, Richard B. Evans
Chapter 40: Diagnosis and management of orthopaedic infection after stifle surgery
Noel Moens
Section V: Medical Management of Cruciate Ligament Rupture
Introduction
Peter Muir
Chapter 41: Medical therapy for stifle osteoarthritis
Steven C. Budsberg
Chapter 42: Rehabilitation for dogs with cranial cruciate ligament rupture
Denis J. Marcellin-Little, Courtney J. Arnoldy
Section VI: Future Directions
Introduction
Peter Muir
Chapter 43: Clinical research design and patient-orientated outcomes
Dorothy C. Brown
Chapter 44: Total knee replacement in the dog
Matthew J. Allen, William D. Liska, Valentina Brioschi
Chapter 45: Regenerative medicine and cranial cruciate ligament repair
Gabriel S. Perrone, Martha M. Murray, Patrick Vavken
Chapter 46: Disease-modifying medical and cell-based therapy
Susannah J. Sample, Peter Muir

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