A comprehensive reference for the current surgical landscape of arthroscopic shoulder surgery, Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery: Complications and Management
provides expert opinions on the management of commonly encountered and unusual complications. As there is currently no other up-to-date resource dedicated wholly to complications in shoulder arthroscopy, this will become a go-to resource.
Edited by Dr. Terry L. Thompson, alongside expert contributor perspectives on management and preferred treatment, Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery
is a great asset for any practicing orthopedic surgeon performing arthroscopic shoulder surgery, including fellowship-trained shoulder surgeons, sports medicine surgeons, orthopedic surgery residents, and sports medicine and shoulder fellows. By showcasing a broad range of complications and adverse outcomes, this text will assist with cases from adolescents through older adults.
Each chapter in Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery
Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery: Complications and Management
- Review of the literature
- Author’s preferred treatment with pearls
- Case presentations including radiographic and surgical images
is a necessary text discussing one of the most rapidly growing procedures in orthopedic surgery and meeting a need within the orthopedic community to discuss complications. Bringing together literature with tips and tricks from established leaders in shoulder surgery makes this an invaluable resource on handling complications of arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder.