Arthroscopic Meniscal Allograft Transplantation
Tim Spalding, FRCS & Peter Verdonk, MD, PhD
Smith & Nephew, Inc.
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Arthroscopic Meniscal Allograft Transplantation is a new interactive technique guide featuring Tim Spalding, FRCS and Peter Verdonk, MD, PhD. In this guide, Mr. Spalding and Dr. Verdonk cover the basics of meniscal anatomy, function and pathophysiology followed by a step-by-step walkthrough of arthroscopic meniscal allograft transplantation.
Smith & Nephew is excited to introduce this guide as part of it’s interactive educational series for orthopedic medical professionals built specifically for the iBookstore. Produced in collaboration with leading surgeons in the orthopedic field, this innovative technique guide series includes all aspects of both existing and emerging procedures across all the various joints.
In addition to traditional written content and images, users will be able to dig deep and interact with surgical videos, animations, image galleries, anatomic models and educational “widgets” related to the procedure. Combine this with built-in features like highlighting, note-taking and integrated glossaries and you have a truly immersive and engaging educational experience for the reader.
This technique guide was prepared under the guidance of Tim Spalding, FRCS and Peter Verdonk, MD, PhD. Created under close collaboration with the physician, it contains a summary of medical techniques and opinions based upon his training and expertise in the field, along with his knowledge of Smith & Nephew’s Arthroscopy and Knee Repair Product Lines. Smith & Nephew does not provide medical advice and recommends that surgeons exercise their own professional judgment when determining a patient’s course of treatment. This guide is presented for educational purposes only.