Diagnostic and Surgical Arthroscopy in the Horse
by Wayne MsIlwraith, Ian Wright and Alan Nixon
Edition: 3rd., 2005.
The latest edition of this pioneering text atlas incorporates all the advances that have taken place in the field over the last decade. Minimally invasive procedures are now established as the method of choice for many applications in equine orthopedic surgery, not only as an aid to diagnosis, but also as an alternative to conventional surgery. The text has been completely revised and massively expanded to reflect the rapid growth of this specialty, and covers many important new applications and techniques. It also features new full-color, high-quality images throughout. Diagnostic and Surgical Arthroscopy in the Horse remains the most comprehensive reference available, providing both authoritative information and practical guidance on all aspects of this important technique.
- Text written by leading authorities in the field, based on their practical experience
- Discusses choice, use and maintenance of equipment
- Colour photographs, with correlative radiographs, illustrate common disorders, including new high-quality digital video endoscope images
- Specially commissioned artwork complements text and photographs, and clearly illustrates local anatomy and key stages of the surgical procedures
- Expert advice on complications and how to manage them
- Completely rewritten and expanded text reviews all the recent advances in this fast-moving field
- Now full-colour throughout, with new high resolution images from video endoscopes
- Seven entirely new chapters focusing on specific joints, including the Pastern, Hip, Elbow and Coffin joints
- New chapter on Tenscopy
- New chapter on Bursoscopy
- New chapter on arthroscopic methods for bone remodelling, and cartilage repair
- Updated discussion of new technology, including digital image capture and storage
- Extended discussions of problems and complications incorporate most recent research findings and long term follow up of documented clinical cases.