Principles of Cartilage Repair

Principles of Cartilage Repair

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Cartilage defects affect patients of all age groups. Surgeons, teamdoctors, general practitioners and physiotherapists alike are expected to provide adequate care. Only individual treatment plans combining a well balanced choice of various options will be successful. Background knowledge, operative and non-operative therapies are described in concise chapters: Articular cartilage biology - Diagnostics - Surgical techniques - Symptomatic and alternative medications - Physiotherapy. Diagnostic findings and surgical procedures are generously illustrated by aquarelles and colour photographs. Recommendations for additional reading, description of important clinical scoring systems and a listing of analytic tools are added for further information.Baker B, Becker RO, Spadaro J (2001) A study of electrochemical enhancement of articular cartilage repair. ... Bentley G, Greer RBI (1971) Homotransplantation of isolated epiphyseal and articular cartilage chondrocytes into joint surfaces ofanbsp;...


Title:Principles of Cartilage Repair
Author: Christoph Erggelet, Bert R. Mandelbaum
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2008-09-30
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