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Complex Primary Total Hip Replacement
SKS Marya
Editore
Jaypee
Anno
2012
Pagine
164
ISBN
9789350255841
45,00 €
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This book is a concise guide to hip replacement surgery. Beginning with an introduction to exposures for complex hip arthroplasty, the following sections discuss hip replacement procedures for different types of condition including fractures, arthritis and tumours, as well as neuromuscular abnormalities.
 
Each chapter provides orthopaedic surgeons with a complete review of the pathological problems that may be encountered, a rationale for preoperative planning and correction of bony and soft tissue abnormalities, as well as discussion on implants.
 
Covering a broad spectrum from excision arthroplasty to computer assisted hip replacement, this useful reference includes 110 colour images and illustrations.

 

1. Exposures for the Complex Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty..................................1
Henry Budd, Vikas Khanduja
• Approaches used for the Complex Primary Hip Arthroplasty 1
• Trochanteric and Proximal Femoral Osteotomies 4
• Complex Primary Hip Conditions 6
2. Total Hip Replacement in Avascular Necrosis Hip................................................. 11
Rajesh Bawari, Shivan Marya
• Staging of Avn Femoral Head 11
• Treatment of Avn Femoral Head 12
• Total Hip Arthroplasty 15
3. Total Hip Arthroplasty Following Acetabular Fractures.......................................21
P Suryanarayan
• Total Hip Arthroplasty in Acute Fractures of the Acetabulum 22
• Important Issues in Surgery 22
• Thr in Old Acetabular Fractures 22
• Acetabular Reconstruction 23
• Considerations in Specific Situation 24
• Principles in the use of Block Allografts for Reconstruction 25
• Complex Situations 26
• Complications 26
• Future 26
4. Total Hip Replacement for Failed Trochanteric Fractures....................................28
C Thakkar
• Preoperative Planning 28
• Surgical Technique 29
• Results in Literature 30
5. Total Hip Replacement in Protrusio Acetabuli.......................................................32
Anil Mehtani
• Protrusio Acetabuli 32
• Types/Etiology 32
• Clinical Features 34
• Radiological Assessment 34
• Measurement and Grading of Protrusio 36
• Total Hip Arthroplasty in Protrusio 37
• Postoperative 42
Contents
6. Total Hip Replacement After Girdlestone Arthroplasty........................................44
Chandeep Singh, Albert D’ Souza, SKS Marya
• Preoperative Evaluation 45
• Original Records 45
• Physical Examination 45
• Labs 46
• Aspiration 46
• Radiography 46
• Timing of Revision Surgery 46
• Surgical Approach 47
• Presence of Cement Beads or Spacers 47
• Intraoperative Specimens 48
• Factors in Achieving Limb Length 48
• Cementless vs Cemented Implants 49
• Acetabular Cups 50
• Femoral Stem 50
• Postoperative Management 51
• Review of Literature 51
7. Osteoporotic Femoral Neck Fractures.....................................................................54
Rastogi S, Shitij Kacker, SKS Marya
• Etiology 55
• Sex 55
• Protein Energy Malnutrition 56
• Surgical Fixation does Timing Matter? 56
• Treatment 56
• Internal Fixation 57
• Arthroplasty 58
• Total Hip Arthroplasty vs Bipolar Hemiarthroplasty 59
• Hemiarthroplasty-Unipolar or Bipolar? 61
• The Severely Cognitively Impared Patient Internal Fixation vs Hemoarthroplasty 62
• Cemented vs Cementless Arthroplasty 63
• The Future of Patient Safety: Geriatric Fracture Centers 65
8. An Overview of Total Hip Arthroplasty in Rheumatoid Arthritis........................69
SV Vaidya, Sachin G Gujarathi, Arvind Arora
• Surgical Steps 73
• Complications 77
9. Total Hip Arthroplasty for Old Tuberculous Hip Arthritis....................................84
Y Kharbanda
• Recrudescence of Infection 84
• Surgical Difficulties 87
• THA in Ankylosed Hips 90
xvi Complex Primary Total Hip Replacement
10. Total Hip Replacement in Ankylosing Spondylitis..................................................95
JA Pachore, HR Jhunjhunwala, Vikram I Shah, Sachin G Gujarathi
• History 95
• Surgical Technique 97
• Postoperative Protocol 100
• Authors’ Recommendation 104
11. Total Hip Arthroplasty in Patients with Neuromuscular Abnormalities............107
Rajiv Thukral, SKS Marya 107
• Conditions with Increased Muscle Tone 107
• Conditions with Decreased Muscle Tone 109
12. Total Hip Replacement in Dysplastic Hips............................................................ 113
Vijay C Bose
• Anatomy 113
• Surgical Indications 115
• Preoperative Preparation 115
• Surgical Considerations 115
• Complications 119
13. Hip Arthroplasty in Tumors Around the Hip Joint..............................................120
Shishir Rastogi, Shah Alam Khan, Ashok Kumar
• Indications of Hip Arthroplasty in Bone Tumors 122
• Contraindications of Hip Arthroplasty in Bone Tumors 122
• How is Hip Arthroplasty in Bone Tumors different from a Primary Replacement? 123
• Preoperative Evaluation 123
• Staging of Malignant Tumors around the Hip 125
• The Implant 125
• Surgical Technique 126
• Postoperative Protocol 129
• Complications of the Endoprosthesis 129
14. Total Hip Arthroplasty in Proximal Femoral Deformity.....................................129
Rajesh Malhotra
• Etiology 131
• Pathoanatomy 131
• Preoperative Planning 132
• Challenges 133
• Surgical Technique 133
• Results 140
Contents xvii
15. Computer-assisted Navigation in Complex Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty....140
Kamal Deep
• Registration 146
• Tracker-related problems 148
• Time 148
• Outcome Measures 148
• Future of Computer-assisted Surgery 148
16. Evaluation of Patients with Pain after Total Hip Arthroplasty...........................148
Mandeep S Dhillon, Sarvdeep S Dhatt
• Evaluation of the Patient 150
• Physical Examination 151
• Laboratory Investigations 154
• Role of Radiology 155
• Arthrocentesis 156
• Algorithm 157
Index...........................................................................................................................161

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