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Cartilage injury in the athlete

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Published by Thieme in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sports injuries,
  • Cartilage -- Wounds and injuries,
  • Athletic Injuries,
  • Cartilage -- injuries

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statement[edited by] Raffy Mirzayan.
    ContributionsMirzayan, Raffy.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRD97 .C368 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3415232M
    ISBN 101588903052, 3131403217
    LC Control Number2005031421

    Articular cartilage repair in athletes. Current concepts and future treatments – Written by Alan Ivkovic, Damir Hudetz and Marko Pecina, Croatia. INTRODUCTION. Articular or hyaline cartilage is a specialised tissue of mesenchymal origin that provides a smooth, low .   Cartilage Injury in the Athlete. Edited by R affy M irzayan. New York: Thieme Medical Publishers, Inc., pages. Indexed and illustrated mostly in black and white. ISBN 3‐‐‐7. Price: A$ Longevity of prosthetic joint resurfacing (‘replacement’) is not proved to have increased in proportion to life expectancy in our population. Sports and recreational pursuits.

    When knee cartilage damage (known as chondromalacia) occurs suddenly from an injury or from deterioration over a period of years. It limits the knee’s normal movement and can cause significant pain. If cartilage damage is not treated, it can worsen and eventually become knee arthritis. meniscus cartilage – the “rubbery” shock absorber. Cartilage and the Degenerative knee in the Athlete Susan M. Ott DO, FACSM Articular Cartilage injury Case 1 13 year old male presents to my office with a Meniscus, Articular Cartilage and the Degenerative knee in the Athlete Author: sott Created Date:File Size: 7MB.

    Current Concepts of Articular Cartilage Restoration Techniques in the Knee Christopher L. Camp, MD,Michael J. Stuart, MD,Aaron J. Krych, MD Clinical, functional, and radiographic outcomes may be improved in the majority of patients with articular cartilage restoration surgery; however, some patients may not fully return to their pre-injuryFile Size: 9MB. In certain locations, with appropriate mechanisms of injury, the forces applied to the bone/cartilage unit result in a debonding or delamination of the cartilage from the underlying bone. Acute trauma may alter the biomechanical properties of the bone/cartilage complex, leading to progressive focal loss of articular cartilage and degenerative.


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Cartilage Injury in the Athlete: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Hello Select your address. Cartilage Injury in the Athlete is an exceptional book for the physician, surgeon, and rehabilitation specialist interested in articular cartilage injuries.

The book provides a thorough overview of the basic science and treatment of cartilage injuries from some of the most prominent surgeons and scientists in the field of cartilage restorationManufacturer: Thieme.

"Cartilage Injury in the Athlete" is an exceptional book for the physician, surgeon, and rehabilitation specialist interested in articular cartilage injuries. The book provides a thorough overview of the basic science and treatment of cartilage injuries from some of the most prominent surgeons and scientists in the field of cartilage.

This book presents a complete guide to treating patients with cartilage damage who are not yet candidates for joint arthroplasty. Cartilage Injury in the Athlete opens with review of anatomy and describes the response of articular cartilage to injury, followed by the clinical assessment of the : Thieme.

This book presents a complete guide to treating patients with cartilage damage who are not yet candidates for joint arthroplasty. Cartilage Injury in the Athlete opens with review of anatomy and describes the response of articular cartilage to injury, followed by the clinical assessment of the injury.

This book presents a complete guide to treating patients with cartilage damage who are not yet candidates for joint arthroplasty.

Cartilage Injury in the Athlete opens with review of anatomy and describes the response of articular cartilage to injury, followed by the clinical assessment of the :   Finally future directions in gene therapy, hyaluronian-based autologous chondrocyte implantation, and treatment of cartilage injury in the athlete are discussed.

The volume is illustrated with black and white photographs and drawings, along with a handful of color plates. ([c] Book News, Inc., Portland, OR). Cartilage Injury in Athletes. The prevalence of articular cartilage defects in athletes has not been well studied in the literature. Given the demands placed on the lower extremity during typical sports training and competition, these defects are likely to be symptomatic and Cited by: This book presents a complete guide to treating patients with cartilage damage who are not yet candidates for joint arthroplasty.

Cartilage Injury in the Athlete opens with review of anatomy and describes the response of articular cartilage to injury, followed by the clinical assessment of the injury. Conservative treatment for articular cartilage injury is very well suitable to majority of patients. Before the surgery it is critical to get to know how much of damage has occurred to the articular cartilage to decide the type of the surgery.

It was not easy to diagnose articular cartilage injury earlier, but now with the modern technology and smart tools and machineries it has become so. Cartilage Injury.

Cartilage injuries are commonly found in orthopedic surgery, and spontaneous healing of osteochondral lesions leads to the formation of fibrocartilage, a type of functional repair tissue that has different biochemical composition and inferior biomechanical properties from those of hyaline articular cartilage (Marmotti et al., ).

Articular cartilage repair in athletes is aimed at returning the athlete to the preinjury level of athletic participation without increased risk for long-term arthritic degeneration. Nutritional supplements may play a role in both the prevention and treatment of articular cartilage by: The shoulder is the meeting place of three bones: scapula (shoulder blade), humerus (arm bone) and clavicle (collar bone).

The main shoulder joint, that is glenohumeral joint, is a ball-and-socket joint that is formed by the rounded shape at the top of the arm bone fitting into. Incidence of athletic cartilage injury.

Injuries of the articular cartilage surfaces of the knee are frequently observed in athletes. Although no study has systematically investigated the incidence of sports-related articular cartilage injury, an increasing number of chondral injuries in high-impact sports has been observed, particularly at the competitive collegiate, professional, and world Cited by: Postoperative rehabilitation is a critical component of the treatment process for athletic articular cartilage injury and should take into consideration the biology of the cartilage repair technique, cartilage defect characteristics, and each athlete's sport-specific demands to optimize functional by: Cartilage Injury in the Athlete.

Thieme Medical Publishers, Incorporated, Hardcover. Very Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name.

The spine remains undamaged. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers. Thieme eBooks, Cartilage Injury in the Athlete opens with review of anatomy and describes the response of articular cartilage to injury, followed by the clinical assessment of the injury.

It covers nonoperative and operative approaches as well as the adjunctive procedures that often supplement cartilage restorative and repair surgery. Nearly illustrations facilitate the understanding of. Articular cartilage paste graft patient testimonial - 8 years post op This competitive young athlete destroyed his knee in high school and initial surgery had not been successful.

At 15 years old he traveled 3, miles to be treated with an articular paste graft, ultimately managing to get back to ice-hockey and many other sports. This data is adding to the orthopaedic community's knowledge about cartilage injury and can help improve clinical decision-making.

Conclusions Cartilage repair techniques have now evolved to make cartilage autotransplant and chondrocyte culture a. Table of contents for Cartilage injury in the athlete / [edited by] Raffy Mirzayan.

Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog. Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. The Evolution and Current Role of Autologous Chondrocyte Transplantation for Treatment of Articular Cartilage Injury in Football Players.

Cartilage ; SS. Mithoefer K, Gill TJ, Williams RJ, Cole BJ, Mandelbaum BR. Clinical Outcome and Return to competition after microfracture chondroplasty in the athlete’s knee. Cartilage1.In summary, Cartilage Injury in the Athlete is an exceptional book for the physician, surgeon, and rehabilitation specialist interested in articular cartilage injuries.

The book provides a thorough overview of the basic science and treat-ment of cartilage injuries from .Torn cartilage injuries occur to all sorts of people. For an athlete this injury has a different meaning. But all patients can help themselves prevent or lessen the impact of torn cartilage.