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Hip Surgery: An Odyssey
Sarmiento
Editore
Jaypee
Anno
2012
Pagine
440
ISBN
9789350253601
108,00 €
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Hip Surgery: An Odyssey is a step by step journey through important technological developments in hip surgery. Based on the author’s personal experiences, the book examines past and present procedures, their successes and complications. Enhanced by more than 600 well-illustrated images, this text discusses different types of hip surgery – reconstructive surgery, including total hip arthroplasty; specific pathological conditions, the fractured hip and annexures.
Table of Contents
 
SECTION 1: RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY
 
1. Thromboembolic Disease
2. Fat Embolism
3. Acetabular and Femoral Osteotomies
4. Cement Pressurization
5. Radiolucent and Sclerotic Lines
6. The Charnley Prosthesis
7. Long-term Follow-up of Charnley Arthroplasties
8. Broken Wires and Nonunion of the Greater Trochanter
9. Metal-backed Cemented Acetabula
10. The Posterior Surgical Approach
11. Leg-Length Discrepancy
12. Hip Dislocation, Dislocated Total Hips and Acetabular Containment
13. Self-constrained Acetabular Components
14. Minimally Invasive Total Hip Arthroplasty
15. The Effect of Age in Total Hip Surgery
16. Factors Likely to Influence Success in Cemented Total Hip Surgery
17. The Effects of Material and Prosthetic Design
18. Bilateral Simultaneous Versus Staged Total Hips
19. The Titanium Total Hip Experience
20. Retrieved Titanium Implants
21. Acetabular Grafts
22. Augmentation: Impaction of Morsellized Bone
23. Noncemented Total Hip Prostheses
24. Hybrid Total Hip Arthroplasty
25. An Experimental Bone-Cement Hybrid Fixation Technique
26. Early Failure of a Series of Hybrid Total Hip Arthroplasties
27. Femoral Lysis
28. A Technique for the Prevention of Femoral Lysis in Cemented Total Hips
29. Acetabular Lysis
30. Late Onset of Thigh Pain
 
SECTION 2: SPECIFIC PATHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS
 
31. The Osteoarthritic Hip
32. The Acetabular Labrum
33. Acetabular Impingement
34. Destructive Osteoarthritis
35. Ankylosing Spondylitis
36. The Rheumatoid Hip
37. The Dysplastic Hip
38. Avascular Necrosis
39. Slipped Capital Epiphysis
40. Protrusio Acetabulum
41. Prosthetic Replacement for Neoplasms
42. Synovial Chondromatosis
43. Neuropathic Hip Joints
44. The Infected Hip
45. Conversion of Osteotomized Femurs
46. Conversion of Girdlestone Arthroplasties
47. Conversion of the Fused Hip
48. Revision of the Failed Femoral Components
49. Revision of the Failed Acetabular Components
50. Surface Replacement
51. Isoelastic Total Hip Prostheses
52. Metal-on-Metal, Ceramics and Bigger Prosthetic Heads
53. Ring Total Hip Prostheses
54. Modular Components
55. Wear of Total Hip Components
56. Special and/or Difficult Replacement
57. Vascular Injury
58. Peripheral Nerve Injury
59. Periprosthetic Fractures
60. The Broken Stem
61. Heterotopic Bone
62. Rehabilitation
63. Why So Many Total Hips
 
SECTION 3: THE FRACTURED HIP
 
64. Acetabular Fractures
65. The Intertrochanteric Fracture
66. Interlocking Intramedullary Nail
67. Subtrochanteric Fractures
68. Femoral Head Fractures
69. The Femoral Neck Fracture
70. Nonunion of Femoral Neck Fractures
71. Femoral Endoprostheses
72. Bipolar Prostheses
73. Primary Total Hip
74. Rehabilitation
 
SECTION 4: ANNEXURES
 
75. Joint Replacement Registries—The Hurdles Ahead
76. The Hip Society
77. The International Hip Society References
Index

 

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