ARTICULAR CARTILAGE INJURY OF THE KNEE

ARTICULAR CARTILAGE INJURY OF THE KNEE

  • Title : ARTICULAR CARTILAGE INJURY OF THE KNEE
  • Autor : Stannard, J. - Cook, J. - Farr, J.
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  • ISBN : 9781604068580
  • Format Type : PdF, ePub, Audiobook & Magazine
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A contemporary guide on articular cartilage injury of the knee. A contemporary guide on articular cartilage injury of the knee. Articular Cartilage Injury of the Knee is a comprehensive reference that combines the basic scientific knowledge of articular cartilage as it relates to patient health and disease with patient-focused diagnosis and treatment options. Articular cartilage in the knee acts as a protective cushion for the bones on either side and reduces friction in the joint. When there is a direct trauma to the knee or when the knee turns or twists beyond the cartilage’s ability to support it, the result is articular cartilage injury, also called a chondral injury.  · For small, localized articular cartilage injury, especially in the knee, surgeons have historically had several options. Arthroscopy of the joint and using a shaver to “clean up” the damaged cartilage might decrease symptoms, but it does little to rebuild cartilage. Fissuring: A fissure in the articular cartilage occurs when there is a cleavage within the layer of cartilage causing a separation between the layer. Sometimes this causes no symptoms, while others it can cause a catching sensation. Thinning: Cartilage thinning can occur after an injury or as an early sign of arthritis in the knee. Thin cartilage may not have as smooth an appearance as normal.  · There are many risk factors which influence the articular cartilage injury. Some of which are: Obesity or Excess Weight: This gives more strain over knees therefore more pressure on knee articular cartilage. When a person is involved, even in ordinary day to day activities like walking, climbing steps, he finds difficult to move than an ordinary weighted person. Types of articular cartilage damage There are several mechanisms. Direct trauma, repetitive injuries, abnormal direction of loading, fractures, degenerative and inflammatory conditions of the joint and all of these tend to be magnified by exacerbated by the amount of loading of the joint as occurs in obesity.  · Articular cartilage helps to reduce friction between the bones of the knee joint. There are three common knee cartilage regeneration techniques that use bleeding to spur cartilage healing: Knee microfracture, which requires the damaged cartilage to be cleared away completely. 21/06/ · Fissuring: A fissure in the articular cartilage occurs when there is a cleavage within the layer of cartilage causing a separation between the layer. Sometimes this causes no symptoms, while others it can cause a catching sensation. Thinning: Cartilage thinning can occur after an injury or as an early sign of arthritis in the knee. Thin cartilage may not have as smooth an appearance as normal. Articular cartilage lesions are defined as a collective term of injuries where the articular cartilage of the knee joint is affected. Only arthroscopic examination allows exact determination of defect size and quality and it is essential in terms of differential diagnosis and classification of a cartilage lesion using the Outerbridge Classification. Therapy may consist of bandages, orthosis. 01/02/ · The diagnosis and management of soft tissue knee injuries - internal derangements; New Zealand Guidelines Group. Chondral and Osteochondral Injuries of the Knee; Wheeless' Textbook of Orthopaedics. Macmull S, Skinner JA, Bentley G, et al; Treating articular cartilage injuries of the knee in young people. BMJ. Mar c doi: 08/05/ · Articular Cartilage Injury of the Knee: Basic Science to Surgical Repair: elkar-enea.com: James Stannard: Books. Page précédente: (CAT).(05).3.QUAD.PROBLEMES
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