Minimal Access Spine Surgery / Edition 2

Minimal Access Spine Surgery / Edition 2

by John Regan
     
 

In this second edition of the classic Atlas of Endoscopic Spine Surgery, Atlas of Minimal Access Spine Surgery provides the authoritative operative reference for both the novice and the experienced spine surgeon. This extensively illustrated new edition stands as a comprehensive thesis on the rapidly evolving field of minimally invasive spine surgery.

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In this second edition of the classic Atlas of Endoscopic Spine Surgery, Atlas of Minimal Access Spine Surgery provides the authoritative operative reference for both the novice and the experienced spine surgeon. This extensively illustrated new edition stands as a comprehensive thesis on the rapidly evolving field of minimally invasive spine surgery.

Greatly expanded over the previous edition, this volume prepares surgeons to effectively meet the increased demand for minimal access spine surgery. With smaller incisions, less pain, shortened hospital stays, substantial savings in health care dollars, and lower morbidity, it is clearly the preferred method for both patient and surgeon.

Written by the world’s foremost endoscopic surgeons, this volume provides expert advice, tips, and caveats, plus step-by-step operative guidance to a full range of minimal access spine surgery techniques. Hundreds of photographs and precise illustrations, mostly in color, guide the surgeon through each major step of every procedure, detailing anatomic structure and instrument positioning. To complement this book, two CDs are included with operative video.

The Atlas of Minimal Access Spine Surgery explores in detail procedures that have been developed to utilize advancements in fiber optics, versatile spinal implants, and computer image-guided assistance to improve outcomes in the management of spinal disorders. It incorporates procedures such as endoscopic scoliosis correction, micro-endoscopic discectomy, and the latest advances in artificial disc replacement. The authors examine every significant topic: anesthetic considerations, indications and contraindications, instrumentation and surgical systems, complications, outcomes, and more.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781576261002
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
10/28/2002
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
563

Table of Contents

Basics
Collaborative Surgery; Ronald J. Aronoff, MD
Anatomic Considerations
Thoracoscopic Anatomy of the Spine; Anthony D. McBride, MD
Laparoscopic Anatomy of the Lumbar Spine; Larry M. Parker, MD
Equipment and Instrumentation for Endoscopic Spine Surgery; John J. Regan, MD, and Alan T. Villavicencio, MD
Endoscopic Approach Strategies; John J. Regan, MD, and Alan T. Villavicencio, MD
Training and Credentialing; David S. Thoman, MD, and Edward H. Phillips, MD
Complications; Paul C. McAfee, MD, and Jed S. Vanichkachorn, MD
Anesthetic Issues; Isador H. Lieberman, BSc, MD, MBA, FRCS(C), Leonardo J. Lozada, MD, Michael J. Mack, MD, and Ronald J. Aronoff, MD

Decision Making
Lumbar Spine; John J. Regan, MD
Thoracic Spine; Neel Anand, MD, Mch.Orth., and John J. Regan, MD
Spinal Deformity
Adolescent Spinal Deformity; Lawrence G. Lenke, MD
Adult Spinal Deformity; Isador H. Lieberman, BSc, MD, MBA, FRCS(C)

Surgical Techniques
Lumbar Spine
Laparoscopic Discectomy and Fusion (L5-S1); James H.Maxwell, MD, Dimitrius E. M. Litwin, MD, John J. Regan, MD, and John R. Romanelli, MD
Laparoscopic Fusion of the Lumbar Spine (L4-5); John J. Regan, MD, and Ronald J. Aronoff, MD
Laparoscopic Lateral L4-5 Disc Exposure; Fred Brody, MD, and Isador H. Lieberman, BSc, MD, MBA, FRCS(C)
Lateral Retroperitoneal Approach to the Lumbar Spine: The Lateral Bagby and Kuslich Procedure (T12-L5); Paul C. McAfee, MD
Gasless Endoscopic Lumbar Surgery: Balloon-Assisted Retroperitoneal Approach to the Anterior Lumbar Spine; John S. Thalgott, MD, and James M. Giuffre, BA
Microsurgical Techniques in Lumbar Spinal Stenosis; K. Daniel Riew, MD, and John M. Rhee, MD

Thoracic Spine
Treatment of Thoracic Disc Disease; Curtis A. Dickman, MD
Endoscopic Anterior Repair in Spinal Trauma; Rudolf Beisse, MD
Section on Surgical Technique for Reconstruction of Spinal Tumors; Michael Potulski, MD, Daniel H. Kim, MD, and Tae-Ahn Jahng, MD, PhD
Thoracoscopic Sympathectomy; Curtis A. Dickman, MD

Spinal Deformity
Pediatric Spinal Deformities; Alvin H. Crawford, MD, and Atiq Durrani, MD
Alternative Approaches to Thoracoscopic Anterior Spinal Release and Fusion for Spinal Deformity; Peter O. Newton, MD
Prone-Position Endoscopic Approach for Deformity Surgery; Isador H. Lieberman, BSc, MD, MBA, FRCS(C)
Anterior Spinal Instrumentation in Spinal Deformity
Thoracoscopic Anterior Release and Fusion Using MOSS-Miami Instrumentation; Randal R. Betz, MD, Peter O. Newton, MD, David H. Clements III, MD, and Rohinton K. Balsara, MD, FACCP
Endoscopic Techniques for Treatment of Thoracic and Thoracolumbar Scoliosis; George D. Picetti III, MD, Janos P. Ertl, MD, and H. Ulrich Bueff, MD

New Technology
Minimally Invasive Vertebral Body Augmentation and Reconstruction for Osteoporotic and Osteolytic Wedge Compression Fractures; Isador H. Lieberman, BSc, MD, MBA, FRCS(C), and Mark A. Reiley, MD
Intradiscal Electrothermal Therapy; Jeffrey A. Saal, MD, and Joel S. Saal, MD
Microendoscopic Discectomy; Robert E. Isaacs, MD, Faheem A. Sandhu, MD, PhD, and Richard G. Fessler, MD, PhD
Percutaneous Discectomy; Anthony T. Yeung, MD
Nucleus Pulposus Replacement; Qi-Bin Bao, PhD, and Hansen A. Yuan, MD
Link SB Charité Total Disc Replacement; Paul C. McAfee, MD
Extreme Lateral Interbody Fusion (XLIF); Marc I. Malberg, MD
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