Diagnostic and Surgical Arthroscopy in the Horse, 4th Edition
From the worldwide leader in equine surgery, Wayne McIlwraith, comes the new fourth edition of Diagnostic and Surgical Arthroscopy in the Horse. Completely revised and expanded, this comprehensive atlas covers all the need-to-know information within equine arthroscopy: instrumentation, general techniques, carpal joints, metacarpal and metatarsophalangeal joints, and tarsocrural joints. All the advances that have taken place in the field over the last decade are covered, particularly in the areas of postoperative management and rehabilitation. This trusted reference also provides an in-depth view of surgical procedures with new high-definition diagnostic and surgical arthroscopic images, as well as radiographs and composite illustrations. There is no better way to learn and master equine surgical procedures!Table of Contents
New to This Edition
- NEW! Updated high-definition images provide a crystal clear view of surgical procedures from multiple views.
- NEW! Companion website features 48 high-resolution digital videos that link back to the textbook for a vivid demonstration of surgical techniques.
- NEW! Expanded content ensures you are up to date on the latest developments in the field - particularly in the areas of tenoscopy, bursoscopy, and arthroscopic methods for cartilage repair.
- NEW! Chapter on postoperative management, adjunctive therapies, and rehabilitation procedures keeps you abreast of best practices when it comes to taking care of the horse post-operation.
- Diagnostic images with side-by-side radiographs and illustrations offer multiple points of view and directional guidance on surgical procedures.
- Expert authorship features helpful insights and expertise from the worldwide leader and speaker on equine arthoscopy, Wayne McIlwraith.
- Specially commissioned artwork clearly illustrates local anatomy and key stages of surgical procedures.
- Coverage of choice, use, and maintenance of equipment provides a basic understanding of arthroscopic technique and reasoning behind various practices.
- Content dedicated to diagnostic and surgical arthroscopy of the horse provides authoritative, comprehensive information on this specialized subject.
"This is not only a very informative text book, it is also a wonderful reference book for anyone attempting equine arthroscopic surgery and should form part of every surgicl library. It presents the techniques involved with clarity, and copious references allow further reading where necessary. The authors are internationally recognised as leading exponents of arthroscopic surgery, and this reviewer is certain that the text will continue to define the state of the art in equine arthroscopy for many years to come." Tim Greet; EVJ
' The first two editiond followed each other in quick succession, reflecting the ra[id deveopment of arthroscopic surgery in the horse in the 1980s. In the years that have follwed further leaps forward in the techniques, applications, and equiptment in arthroscopy have occured. These are reflected in the massive expansion of the third edition over it's predecessors. Three new authors (all recognised leaders in the field) have been added to the list of contributors, bringing an even greater deoth of experience of the discipline of this book. The book is clearly laid out with an interesting introduction summarisong the history of arthroscopy, followed by chapters covering some of the available instrumentation and general techniques. This si a beautifully illustrated book, with anatomical drawings used to demonstrate the position of the arthroscope next to superbly clear photographs of the view obtained with that position...The book is further improved by the authors filling the gaps in published material with personal experiences and recommendations, for example, in postoperative management of cases and the value of anatimicrobial and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. In summary, this excellent book should be required reading for anyone(whatever their level of experience) who is involved or hopes to be involved in arthroscopy of the horse.'
The Veterianry Record
By C. Wayne McIlwraith, BVSc, PhD, DSc, FRCVS, Diplomate ACVS, Diplomate ECVS, Diplomate ACVSMR, Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Surgeons, Diplomate, European College of Veterinary Surgeons, Professor of Surgery, Director of Equine Sciences, Orthopedic Research Laboratory, Department of Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO; Ian Wright, MA, VetMB, DEO, DipECVS, MRCVS, Veterinary Surgeon, Greenwood, Ellis & Partners, Suffolk, UK and Alan J. Nixon, BVSc, MS, Diplomate ACVS, Associate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Cornell University, New York State College of Veterinary Medicine, Ithaca, NY