Advances In The Canine Cranial Cruciate Ligament

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Edition 02
Author Muir, Peter
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Advances in the Canine Cranial Cruciate Ligament, Second Editionpresents in-depth, focused, and updated coverage of current knowledge on cruciate ligament rupture, using a multidisciplinary, evidence-based approach.Presents a state-of-the-art summary of the most recent knowledge on this important cause of lameness in dogsLed by a highly respected surgeon and researcher, with chapters written by leading experts in the fieldProvides an update to the ground
eaking first edition, with six new chapters  

Table of Contents
About the Editor   Foreword  Kenneth A. JohnsonForeword<
/>R. Randy Basinger, ACVS Foundation        Preface<
/>Peter MuirAcknowledgementContributing AuthorsSection I: Structure & Function Introduction<
/>Peter MuirChapter 1: Morphology and function of the cruciate ligaments<
/>Hilde de Rooster, Eithne Comerford  Chapter 2: Biomechanics of the cruciate ligaments<
/>Susannah J. Sample  Chapter 3: Cruciate ligament remodeling and repair<
/>Connie S. Chamberlain, Erin E. Crowley, Ray Vanderby Jr.  Chapter 4: Meniscal structure and function<
/>Antonio Pozzi, James L. Cook   Chapter 5: Biomechanics of the normal and cranial cruciate-deficient stifle<
/>Antonio Pozzi, Stanley E. KimSection II: Etiopathogenesis of Cruciate Ligament Rupture Introduction<
/>Peter MuirChapter 6: Histology of cranial cruciate ligament rupture<
/>Kei Hayashi    Chapter 7: Genetics of cranial cruciate ligament rupture<
/>Lauren A. Baker, Peter Muir    Chapter 8: Cruciate ligament matrix metabolism and development of laxity<
/>Eithne Comerford    Chapter 9: Morphological risk factors for cruciate ligament rupture<
/>Eithne Comerford    Chapter 10: Role of nitric oxide production and matrix protease activity in cruciate ligament degeneration<
/>David E. Spreng, Simone Forterre    Chapter 11: Role of antibodies to collagen type I and II<
/>Hilde De Rooster, Eithne Comerford  Chapter 12: Synovitis precedes stifle instability associated with cruciate ligament rupture<
/>Jason A. Bleedorn   Chapter 13: Role of synovial immune responses in stifle synovitis<
/>Peter MuirSection III: Clinical Features Introduction<
/>Peter MuirChapter 14: Epidemiology of cranial cruciate ligament rupture<
/>Lauren A. Baker, Peter Muir    Chapter 15: History and clinical signs of cruciate ligament rupture<
/>Peter MuirChapter 16: Partial rupture of the cranial cruciate ligament<
/>Peter MuirChapter 17: Caudal cruciate ligament rupture<
/>Peter MuirChapter 18: Stress imaging of the stifle<
/>Stanley E. Kim  234Chapter 19: Stifle ultrasonography<
/>Cristi R. Cook Chapter 20: Computed tomography (CT) of the stifle<
/>Ingrid Gielen, Henri van Bree  Chapter 21: Magnetic resonance imaging of the stifle<
/>Peter V. Scrivani   Chapter 22: Risk prediction of cruciate ligament rupture using stifle diagnostic imaging<
/>Peter MuirSection IV: Surgical TreatmentIntroduction<
/>Peter MuirChapter 23: Arthroscopy and arthrotomy of the stifle<
/>Brian S. Beale, Donald A. Hulse, Antonio Pozzi, Peter MuirChapter 24: Joint Lavage<
/>Peter MuirChapter 25: Extracapsular stabilization<
/>Selena Tinga, Stanley E. Kim   Chapter 26: Intra-articular repair for cranial cruciate ligament rupture in the dog<
/>Jeffery J. Biskup, Michael G. Conzemius   Chapter 27: Tibial plateau leveling osteotomy<
/>Susan L. Schaefer   Chapter 28: Tibial tuberosity advancement<
/>Randy J. Boudrieau  Chapter 29: Closing cranial wedge osteotomy and triple tibial osteotomy<
/>Simon C. Roe   Chapter 30: Treatment of excessive tibial plateau angle<
/>Michael P. KowaleskiChapter 31: Surgical management of cranial cruciate ligament rupture combined with patella luxation<
/>Anke Langenbach, Denis J. Marcellin-LittleChapter 32: Biomechanics of the cranial cruciate ligament deficient stifle treated by tibial osteotomies<
/>Antonio Pozzi, Stanley E. Kim, Selena Tinga    Chapter 33: Arthroscopic follow-up after surgical stabilization of the stifle<
/>Brian S. Beale, Donald A. HulseChapter 34: Cranial cruciate ligament de
/>David E. SprengChapter 35: Surgical treatment of concurrent meniscal injury<
/>Samuel P. Franklin, James L. Cook, Antonio Pozzi    Chapter 36: Meniscal release<
/>Antonio Pozzi, James L. Cook   Chapter 37: Progression of arthritis after stifle stabilization surgery<
/>Susannah J. Sample  Chapter 38: Clinical outcomes after surgical treatment for cruciate ligament rupture<
/>Mary Sarah Bergh, Steven C. BudsbergChapter 39: Success and failure after stifle stabilization surgery<
/>Michael G. Conzemius, Richard B. Evans    Chapter 40: Diagnosis and management of orthopaedic infection after stifle surgery<
/>Noel MoensSection V: Medical Management of Cruciate Ligament Rupture Introduction<
/>Peter MuirChapter 41: Medical therapy for stifle osteoarthritis<
/>Steven C. Budsberg  Chapter 42: Rehabilitation for dogs with cranial cruciate ligament rupture<
/>Denis J. Marcellin-Little, Courtney J. Arnoldy Section VI: Future Directions Introduction<
/>Peter MuirChapter 43: Clinical research design and patient-orientated outcomes<
/>Dorothy C. Brown    Chapter 44: Total knee replacement in the dog<
/>Matthew J. Allen, William D. Liska, Valentina Brioschi    Chapter 45: Regenerative medicine and cranial cruciate ligament repair<
iel S. Perrone, Martha M. Murray, Patrick VavkenChapter 46: Disease-modifying medical and cell-based therapy<
/>Susannah J. Sample, Peter Muir