By J.P. Ivory, I.M. Nugent, A.C. Ross
Key subject matters in Orthopaedic surgical procedure is a wonderful revision and reference relief for surgeons meaning to concentrate on orthopaedics. subject matters are offered in a uniform variety making the publication a terrific revision relief for trainees taking postgraduate examinations in orthopaedic surgical procedure.
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Ankylosing spondylitis or rheumatoid arthritis (RA)) may be difficult to intubate. Clinical tests to predict this are performed preoperatively, as well as plain radiographs of the head and neck. Controlled flexion and extension views are required to exclude atlanto-axial instability in patients with RA. These patients may also have temporo-mandibular arthritis, limiting jaw opening, and cricoarytenoid arthritis, which may prevent easy passage of a tracheal tube. Specialized fibreoptic-assisted intubation techniques may be required.
5. Total knee replacement. Total condylar knee replacement has a success rate of over 90% at 10 years in osteoarthritic patients over 60 years of age. The revision rate by 10 years is 3%. 6. Patellectomy. Sixty percent are rendered pain-free but weakness, joint instability and extensor lag are common. 7. Patello-femoral joint replacement. Although the short term results are satisfactory, the longer term results are disappointing. Consider total knee replacement in appropriate patients. ARTHRITIS OF THE KNEE 39 8.
6. Crystal arthropathy. Pyrophosphate arthropathy with chondrocalcinosis occurs in the knee in over 50% of cases. Acute uric acid gout and chronic tophaceous gout may involve the knee. 7. Others. Synovial osteochondromatosis presents with locking due to loose bodies. The knee is the most common joint affected by haemophilia. Pigmented villo-nodular synovitis presents with swelling which becomes painful. Management 1. Conservative. Symptoms from early disease may be controlled by NSAIDs, quadriceps exercises, ultrasound and ice.