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Computer and Robotic Assisted Hip and Knee Surgery
     

Computer and Robotic Assisted Hip and Knee Surgery

by Anthony Digioia
 

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ISBN-10: 019850943X

ISBN-13: 2900198509430

Pub. Date: 06/15/2004

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

The book presents an overview of available Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery (CAOS) solutions to assist with adult reconstructive hip and knee procedures. The benefjits of CAOS in clinical practice include improved planning, increased accuracy, intraoperative information and guidance, and the potential to enable less or minimally invasive surgery without loss of

Overview

The book presents an overview of available Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery (CAOS) solutions to assist with adult reconstructive hip and knee procedures. The benefjits of CAOS in clinical practice include improved planning, increased accuracy, intraoperative information and guidance, and the potential to enable less or minimally invasive surgery without loss of accuracy.

The book reflects the current state of the art in computer integrated surgery, with the emphasis on clinically tested systems and procedures. The application of technologies such as surgical navigation and robotic surgery, medical imaging, surgical planning and stimulation in total or partial hip and knee reconstruction procedures is presented. The range of currently employed approaches is covered, spanning from active robotics to navigation based medical images - either preoperative or inreoperative, and image-free navigation.

The first part of the book offers the clinical rationale for the use of CAOS procedures and describes the basic technological building blocks of such procedures and systems. The second part of the book describes specific applications in total hip replacement, total and unicompartmental knee replacement, osteotomies around the hip and knee, knee ligament reconstruction and hip and knee trauma. The clinical goal, the technological approach, and the clinical results are outlined for every application.

The book is intended for practicing orthopaedic surgeons, fellows, residents-in-training and medical students interested in the latest technological developments in computer assisted surgery as well as for engineers and developers interested in learning more about theinteraction of advanced technology with orthopaedic clinical practice.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2900198509430
Publisher:
Oxford University Press, USA
Publication date:
06/15/2004
Pages:
348

Table of Contents


Sction I: General principles of computer and robotic assisted orthopaedic surgery

1. History of Computer-assisted orthopaedic surgery for hip and knee, Picard

2. Rationale for computer-assisted orthopaedic surgery, Digioia

3. Rationale for computer-assisted orthopaedic knee surgery, Krackow

4. Clinically based classification, Picard/Jaramaz

Section II: Concepts and definitions in computer-assisted surgery. Building technologies

5. Building hardware components, Jaramaz

6. Building software componets, Delp

7. Building robotic assistive systems, Taylor

8. Building surgical navigation systems, DiGioia/Nolte

Section III: Computer and robot assisted hip and knee reconstructive surgery

Hip reconstructive surgery

9. Total hip replacement: Robotic assistive technique, Bauer

10. Total hip replacement: Navigation technique, DiGioia

Knee reconstructive surgery

11. Clinical challenges, Krackow

12. Total Knee replacement: Robotic assistive technique, Siebert

13. Total knee replacement:navigation technique preoperative model system, Picard

14. Total Knee replacement: navigation technique Intra-operative model system, Stulberg

15. Unicompartmental knee replacement: navigation technique Intra-operative model system, Jenny

Osteotomies

16. Hip and pelvic osteotomies, Langlotz

17. Tibial Osteotomies, Ellis

Ligaent reconstructions in the knee

18. Preoperative model system, Picard

19. Intraoperative model system - Fluoroscopic based, Klos

20. Intraoperative model system - non imagebased, Sati

21. Robotics, Peterman

Trauma

22. Pelvic trauma, Kahler

23. Hip trauma, Phillips

24. Long bones trauma, Suhm

CHAOS Challenges

25. Accuracy and validation issues, Mor

26. Future challenges, Troccaz

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