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By Ravinder R Regatte

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ISBN-13: 9789814579322

During the last 20 years, there were various fascinating advancements within the surgical box of articular cartilage fix. Magnetic resonance imaging performs a severe function in pre-operative surgical making plans, via its skill to spot the level and severity of cartilage lesions. It additionally performs an immense function in post-operative administration, by way of permitting surgeons to noninvasively display screen the morphological prestige of repaired cartilage tissue. This publication covers contemporary advances in extremely excessive box MRI and biochemical MRI concepts similar to T2 mapping, behind schedule gadolinium more desirable MRI of cartilage (dGEMRIC), gagCEST and sodium MRI. it really is written by means of a multidisciplinary staff together with simple scientists, radiologists, orthopaedic surgeons and biomedical engineers. the quantity is a perfect reference consultant for musculoskeletal radiologists, simple learn scientists, orthopedic surgeons and biomedical engineers and so forth. Readership: uncomplicated scientists from cartilage biology, imaging and tissue engineering musculoskeletal radiologists orthopaedic surgeons biomedical engineers rheumatologists.

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The meniscus grading system was developed in an attempt to minimize the occurrence of MRI misreads. This grading system delineates grades 0, I, II and III (see figure bleow). 64 The classification of meniscal tears is generally based on the pattern of the tear seen at time of arthroscopy. Commonly described patterns include vertical longitudinal, oblique, complex, transverse, and horizontal (Figure 15). Treatment Despite the perception that all meniscal tears require arthroscopic surgery, there is a role for non-surgical management of these injuries.

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69 The inside out arthroscopic technique was popularized in the 1980’s by Dr. Henning and still remains the method of choice for many surgeons today. The inside out technique utilizes double armed sutures with long flexible February 21, 2014 14:7 9in x 6in Advanced Quantitative Imaging of Knee Joint Repair Surgical Techniques for Knee Joint Repair b1722-ch01 31 Fig. 16. (A) Arthroscopic view of a torn medial meniscus. Note the displaced tear with fraying of the edges. (B) Arthroscopic debridement taking place of partially torn medial meniscus.

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