Complications in arthroscopic shoulder surgery
Descriptif détaillé : Complications in arthroscopic shoulder surgery
Divided into four key sections, the book first focuses upon general problems and complications, followed by difficulties in general glenohumeral and subacromial space procedures, shoulder instability and rotator cuff lesions.
Complications in Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery is written by a team of leading arthroscopic specialists and is a valuable resource for orthopaedic surgeons, and sports traumatologists who encounter these patients in their day-to-day clinical practice.
Who are the authors of "Complications in Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery" ?
Laurent Lafosse MD, is an Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in upper limb extremity surgery at Clinique Générale in Annecy, France. Dr Lafosse is Chairman of Alps Surgery Institute, an International Private Shoulder School and Chairman & Organizer of Annecy Live Surgery International Advanced Course. Dr Lafosse is recognised as a pioneer of modern shoulder surgery and has had numerous scientific papers published in international peer reviewed journals. In addition, Dr Lafosse has been recognised worldwide for his innovations in shoulder surgery, including the Lasso loop stitch, Arthroscopic suprascapular nerve release, Arthroscopic Latarjet procedure and the Lafosse suture knot.
Jens D. Agneskirchner, MD, PhD, is an Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in accident and trauma surgery at the Gelenkchirurgie Orthopädie Hannover (GOH) clinic in Germany. He is author of more than 50 publications and 10 book chapters and has given more than 500 presentations and 50 live surgeries on national and international courses. Dr Agneskirchner is listed as German expert for orthopaedic shoulder surgery in the ‘Focus Aerzteliste' and received a DonJoy Award for surgical research studies.
Thibault Lafosse is a hand upper limb surgeon, practicing arthroscopy and microsurgery at the Clinique Générale d’Annecy. Dr Lafosse completed a travelling fellowship in Thailand in Microsurgery/Brachial Plexus Surgery and Residencies at the University Hospitals of Paris including the Ambroise Paré hospital, Arthroscopic and sports surgery unit and the Children hospital Trousseau, Orthopedic and reconstructive pediatric surgery department.