Soft Tissue Balancing in Total Knee Arthroplasty [electronic resource] / edited by Shuichi Matsuda, Sébastien Lustig, Willem van der Merwe
- Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 2017.
- Physical Description:
- XI, 274 pages 121 illustrations, 89 illustrations in color : online resource
- Additional Creators:
- Matsuda, Shuichi, Lustig, Sébastien, Van der Merwe, Willem, and SpringerLink (Online service)
- Native knee: Anatomy and biomechanics -- Soft tissue balance in native knee -- Knee kinematics in native knee. Operative procedure 1 - primary TKA: Primary principals in soft tissue balancing -- CR: Measured resection technique -- PS: Gap technique -- BCR: How to achieve near normal kinematics. Operative procedure 2 - primary TKA: Varus knee - severe cases included -- Valgus knee - severe cases included -- Complicated cases - recurvatum, severe contracture -- Increasing ROM. Assessment in primay TKA: Intraoperative assessment - tensor -- Intraoperative assessment - navigation -- Intraoperative assessment - OrthoSenser. Clinical relevance: primary TKA: Postoperative changes in soft tissue balance -- Intraoperative soft tissue balance and postoperative knee kinematics -- Intraoperative soft tissue balance and clinical results(ROM, function) -- Knee kinematics and patient satisfaction. Patella: Avoiding patellar maltracking -- Management of patellar baja and alta. Trouble shooting: Intraoperative MCL injury -- Patellar tendon rupture.
- In this booklet, experts from across the world, including members of the ISAKOS Knee Arthroplasty Committee, offer clear, up-to-date guidance on all aspects of soft tissue or ligament balancing in primary total knee arthroplasty with the aim of enabling the reader to achieve optimal patient outcomes. After an introduction explaining the normal soft tissue condition in the native knee, surgical procedures are described, including techniques for the management of severe deformity. The most striking feature of the booklet, however, is the many pages devoted to the accurate evaluation and clinical relevance of ligament balancing. Different techniques and devices for intraoperative soft tissue assessment are discussed, highlighting, for example, the use of gap-measuring devices or trial liners with load-bearing sensors to achieve more objective evaluation. Above all, special attention is devoted to the crucial issue of the impact of intraoperative soft tissue balance on postoperative results. In the closing chapter, very experienced surgeons introduce intraoperative troubleshooting in order to assist successful completion of arthroplasty.
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