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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments About the Editors Contributing Authors Preface Foreword by Freddie H. Fu, MD, DSc(Hon), DPs(Hon) Introduction Section I Physical Examination Chapter 1 Physical Examination of the Hip: The Basics and Specific Tests Hal David Martin, DO Chapter 2 Physical Examination of the Knee: The Basics and Specific Tests Andrew D. Pearle, MD Section II General Imaging Chapter 3 General Imaging of the Hip Michael H. Ngo, MD and Douglas N. Mintz, MD Chapter 4 General Imaging of the Knee C. Benjamin Ma, MD and Sunny Cheung, MD Section III Common Conditions of the Hip Chapter 5 Hip Instability Matthew V. Smith, MD and Jon K. Sekiya, MD Chapter 6 Femoroacetabular Impingement Nicola Mondanelli, MD; Michael S. H. Kain, MD; Reinhold Ganz, MD; and Michael Leunig, MD Chapter 7 Abductor Tears Asheesh Bedi, MD; RobRoy L. Martin, PhD, PT, CSCS;and Bryan T. Kelly, MD Chapter 8 Cartilage Injuries Ryan G. Miyamoto, MD and Marc J. Philippon, MD Chapter 9 Snapping Hip Syndromes Victor M. Ilizaliturri Jr, MD Chapter 10 Femoral Deformities and Hip Osteotomies Robert L. Buly, MD Chapter 11 Dysplasia in the Adult Martin Beck, MD Section IV Common Conditions of the Knee Chapter 12 Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries Andrew K. Wong, MD; Eric J. Kropf, MD; and Freddie H. Fu, MD, DSc(Hon), DPs(Hon) Chapter 13 Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries James R. Romanowski, MD and Christopher D. Harner, MD Chapter 14 Meniscal Injuries Seth L. Sherman, MD; Bradley S. Raphael, MD; and Scott A. Rodeo, MD Chapter 15 Cartilage Injuries Volker Musahl, MD; Olufemi R. Ayeni, MD; and Riley J. Williams III, MD Chapter 16 Posterolateral and Posteromedial Corners of the Knee Keith R. Reinhardt, MD; Mark Drakos, MD; and Russell F. Warren, MD Chapter 17 Knee Malalignment and High Tibial Osteotomy Volker Musahl, MD and Thomas L. Wickiewicz, MD Chapter 18 Patellofemoral Instability James P. Bradley, MD Financial Disclosures Index