Motion Preservation Surgery of the Spine: Advanced Techniques and Controversies: Expert Consult: Online and Print

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Overview

New motion-preserving devices are revolutionizing spine surgery…but the learning curve for these operations is steep, and great attention must be given to patient and device selection and the perfect execution of each procedure. Only one reference spells out exactly how to perform these new techniques…and its peerless author team, comprised of key investigators involved in the devices' actual clinical trials, is uniquely qualified to help you get the best results! These global leaders in this area discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the full range of non-fusion technologies…and present the step-by-step, richly illustrated operative guidance you need to achieve optimal outcomes! 3 hours of surgical video on DVD demonstrate how to perform key procedures, and access to the complete contents of the book online enables you to reference it conveniently from any computer.

• Select the best device and approach for each patient!
* cervical total disc arthroplasty
* lumbar total disc arthroplasty
* lumbar partial disc replacement: nucleus replacement
* lumbar posterior dynamic stabilization: pedicle screw based
* lumbar posterior dynamic stabilization: interspinous based
* lumbar facet replacement

• Produce optimal outcomes with detailed advice on…
* advantages and disadvantages of each option
* indications and contraindications
* patient selection
* interpretation of imaging studies
* surgical anatomy and biomechanics
* surgical techniques
* tips and pearls

• See how to perform each technique, thanks to…
* step-by-step, full-color illustrations
* more than 3 hours of surgical videos on DVD, narrated by the experts!

• Access to the complete contents of the book online lets you perform rapid searches, follow links to Medline and PubMed abstracts, and more.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781416039945
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 5/29/2008
  • Pages: 816
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 1.50 (d)

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Table of Contents

Part I: Introduction to Motion Preservation Surgery of the Spine (Editor: James Yue)

01 The Basis for Motion Preservation Surgery: Lessons Learned from the Past, Alvin McKenzie
02 History and Evolution of Motion Preservation, Rajiv K. Sethi, Lionel Metz, & David S. Bradford
03 Classification of Spine Arthroplasty Devices, Karin Büttner-Janz
04 Advanced Applied Anatomy for Spine Arthroplasty, Alexander Vaccaro & Wolfgang Rauschning
05 Biomechanics of Nonfusion Devices: Novel Testing Techniques, Standards, and Implications for Future Devices, Boyle C. Cheng & William C. Welch
06 Material Properties and Wear Analysis, Nadim James Halleb, Marcus Wimmer, & Joshua J. Jacobs
07 Preclinical Evaluation of Dynamic Spinal Stabilization: Animal Models and Basic Scientific Methods, Bryan W. Cunningham & Paul A. Anderson
08 Indications and Contra-indications for Lumbar Nonfusion Surgery: Patient Selection, James J. Yue & James P. Lawrence
09 Indications and Contraindications for Cervical Nonfusion Surgery: Patient Selection, Paul C. McAfee
10 Quantitative Motion Analysis of Motion Preserving and Fusion Technologies of the Spine, John A. Hipp & Nicholas D. Wharton
11 Invasive Diagnostic Tools, Todd Alamin
12 Adjacent Segment Degeneration and Adjacent Segment Disease: Cervical and Lumbar, Andrew P. White, David Hannallah, & Alan S. Hilibrand
13 Statistical Outcome Interpretation of Randomized Clinical Trials, Fred Geisler
14 Socioeconomic Impact of Motion Preservation Technology, Richard D. Guyer & Donna D. Ohnmeiss

Part II: Surgical Considerations to Motion Preservation Surgery of the Spine (Editor: Paul C. McAfee)

Approach Techniques: Primary

15 Technique of Anterior Exposure of Lumbar Spine, Bauer E. Sumpio
16 Management of Complications of the Anterior Exposure to the Lumbar Spine, Kristina Spate & Bauer E. Sumpio
17 Lateral Approaches to the Lumbar Spine: The Antero-lateral Transpsoatic Approach, Rudolf Bertagnoli
18 Minimally Invasive Posterior Approaches of the Lumbar Spine, Jean-Charles Le Huec & Richard Meyrat
19 Lumbar Endoscopic Posterolateral (Transforaminal) Approach, Christopher A. Yeung, Victor M. Hayes, Farhan N. Siddiqi, Anthony T. Yeung
20 Cervical Approaches: Anterior and Posterior, Domagoj Coric & Daniel Oberer

Part III: Cervical Total Disc Arthroplasty (Editor: Paul C. McAfee)

21 Primary Indications and Disc Space Preparation for Cervical Disc Arthroplasty, Jacob M. Buchowski & K. Daniel Riew
22 The Bryan® Artificial Disc, Rick C. Sasso & Larry Martin
23 The Prestige® Cervical Disc, Vincent C. Traynelis
24 Porous-Coated Motion Cervical Arthroplasty, Paul C. McAfee
25 ProDisc-C® Total Cervical Disc Replacement, Rick B. Delamarter & Ben B. Pradhan
26 The NeoDisc™ Elastomeric Cervical Total Disc Replacement, Andre Jackowski, Alan McLeod, Chris Reah, Bryan Cornwall, Lukas Eiserman, & Alex Turner
27 Mobi-C®, Jacques Beaurain, Pierre Bernard, Thierry Dufour, Jean-Marc Fuentes, Istvan Hovorka, Jean Huppert, Jean-Paul Steib, & Jean-Marc Vital
28 The CerviCore® Cervical Intervertebral Disc Replacement, Jonathan R. Stieber, Jeffrey S. Fischgrund, & Jean-Jacques Abitbol
29 Secure®-C Cervical Artificial Disc, Scott A. Rushton, Joseph M. Marzluff, & Jeffrey McConnell
30 Cerpass™ Cervical Total Disc Replacement, Scott H. Kitchel, Lukas Eisermann, Alex Turner, David Cutter, & Bryan Cornwall
31 Kineflex|C™ Cervical Artificial Disc, James Rappaport
32 DISCOVER™ Artificial Cervical Disc, Douglas G. Orndorff, Kornelis Poelstra, & Todd J. Albert
33 The M6 Artificial Cervical Disc, Alejandro Reyes-Sanchez, Avinash Patwardhan, Jon E. Block
34 Complications of Anterior Cervical Approaches: Cervical Revision: Approach-Related Considerations, Paul C. McAfee
35 Cervical Disc Replacement Revisions: Clinical and Biomechanical Considerations, Luiz Pimenta, Roberto Díaz, Paul C. McAfee, Andy Cappuccino, Bryan Cunningham, Hazem Nicola, Juliano Tozzo Lhamby, & Ihab Guarzedin
36 Persistent Pain after Cervical Arthroplasty, Thomas B. Ducke, Brian J. Sullivan, Gary A. Dix

Part IV: Lumbar Total Disc Arthroplasty (Section Editor: Rudolf Bertagnoli)

37 Disc Space Preparation Techniques for Lumbar Disc Arthroplasty, Jorge Jaramillo & James J. Yue
38 CHARITÉ® Artificial Disc, Scott L. Blumenthal & Donna D. Ohnmeiss
39 ProDisc®-L Total Disc Replacement, Rick B. Delamarter & Ben B. Pradhan
40 Mobidisc® Disc Prosthesis, J-P Steib, L Aubourg, J Beaurain, J Delecrin, J Allain, H Chataigner, I Bogorin, M Ameil, T Dufour, & J Stecken
41 The FlexiCore® Intervertebral Disc, Jonathan Stieber, Tom Errico
42 Kineflex™, Ulrich R. Hähnle, Malan De Villiers, Ian R. Weinberg
43 Activ-L™ Artificial Disc, James J. Yue & Rolando Garcia
44 Maverick™ Total Disc Replacement, Matthew F. Gornet
45 Theken eDisc™: A Second-Generation Lumbar Artificial Disc, Richard Navarro, Randall Theken, Ravi Ananthan, Christopher Cole, James Price, Charles Park, & Vijay Goel
46 Lateral Lumbar Total Disc Replacement, Luiz Pimenta, Thomas Schaffa, Juliano Lhamby, Ihab Gharzeddine, Etevaldo Coutinho
47 Lumbar Anterior Revision: Pre-op Preparation and Approach Considerations, Samer Saiedy & Justin Tortalani
48 Overall Revision Strategies: Lumbar, Matthew Scott-Young & Frank Daday
49 Revision Strategies Following Lumbar Total Disc Replacement Complications, Luiz Pimenta, Thomas Schaffa, Juliano Lhamby
50 Persistent Pain after Lumbar Total Disc Replacement, Jonathan Stieber & Jeffrey A. Goldstein

Part V: Lumbar Partial Disc Replacement: Nucleus Replacement (Section Editor : Howard S. An)

51 DASCOR®, Michael Ahrens, Anthony Tsantrizos, & Jean Charles Le Huec
52 PDN® and Hydraflex™ Nucleus Replacement System, Reginald Davis
53 NeuDisc™ Artificial Lumbar Nucleus Replacment, Anthony T. Yeung, Ann Prewett, & James J. Yue
54 NuCore™ Injectable Nucleus: An In-Situ Curing Nucleus Replacement, Othmar Schwarzenbach, Ulrich Berlemann, & Tom Wilson
55 Aquarelle Hydrogel Disc Nucleus, Qi-Bin Bao & Hansen Yuan
56 BioDisc™ Nucleus Pulposus Replacement, Douglas Wardlaw
57 TranS1® Percutaneous Nucleus Replacement (PNR™), Roberto Diaz, Luiz Pimenta, Hazem Nicola, Larry Khoo, Rick Sasso, Bradley Wessman, & Andrew Cragg
58 NUBAC™ Intradiscal Arthroplasty, Qi-Bin Bao, Matthew Songer, Luiz Pimenta, & Hansen Yuan
59 Satellite: Spherical Partial Disc Replacement, Robert Biscup & Vinod Podichetty

Part VI: Lumbar Posterior Dynamic Stabilization: Pedicle Screw Based (Section Editor: James J. Yue)

60 Dynesys® Dynamic Stabilization System, Reginald Davis
61 Dynamic Stabilization System, Dilip K. Sengupta
62 The Stabilimax™ NZ Posterior Lumbar Dynamic Stabilization System, James J. Yue, George Malcolmon, Jens Peter Timm
63 Scient’x IsoBar TTL Dynamic Rod Stabilization. A. E. Castellvi & S. A. Andrew
64 Cosmic®: Dynamic Stabilization of the Degenerated Lumbar Spine, Archibald von Strempel
65 Innovative Spinal Technologies Dynamic Stabilization Device, Dennis Colleran
66 NFlex™, Corey J. Wallach, Andelle Teng, & Jeffrey C. Wang
67 The Percudyn System, Juan Dipp, Ricardo Flores, German Rodriquez

Part VII: Lumbar Posterior Dynamic Stabilization: Interspinous Based (Section Editor: James J. Yue)

68 DIAM™ Spinal Stabilization System, Giancarlo Guizzardi & Piero Petrini
69 Wallis Dynamic Stabilization, Nick Boeree
70 coflex™ Interspinous Implant for Stabilization of the Lumbar Spine, Gary L. Lowery, Rudolf Bertagnoli, & Robert J. Chomiak
71 X STOP® Interspinous Process Decompression for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis, Cary Idler, James F. Zucherman, Ken Y. Hsu, & Matthew Hannibal

Part VIII: Lumbar Facet Replacement (Section Editor : James J. Yue)

72 TOPS™ Total Posterior Arthroplasty System, Larry Khoo & Uri Arnin
73 Total Facet Arthroplasty System (TFAS™), Scott A. Webb & Gordon N. Holen
74 Anatomic Facet Replacement System (AFRS™), Allen Carl, Carlos Oliveira, Robert Hoy, William Lavelle, Vijay Goel, & Bryan Cunningham
75 The Zyre™ Facet Replacement Device, Carl Lauryssen, Scott H. Kitchel, & Jason D. Blain
76 FENIX™ Facet Resurfacing Implant, Teddy Fagerstrom & Horace Hale

Part IX : Hybrid Nonfusion Techniques (Section Editor : Howard S. An)

77 Cervical Disc Replacement Combined with Cervical Laminoplasty, Seok Woo Kim & Paul C. McAfee
78 Hybrid Non-fusion Techniques, Rudolf Bertagnoli
79 Dynamic Pedicle-Screw Stabilization with Nucleus Replacement, Rolando Garcia, Jr., Brett Osborn
80 Simultaneous Lumbar Fusion and Total Disc Replacement, Scott L. Blumenthal, Fred Geisler, Thomas Roush, & Donna D. Ohnmeiss

Part X: Annular Repair (Section Editor: Howard S. An)

81 Repair and Reconstruction of the Anulus Fibrosus with the Inclose™ Surgical Mesh System, Joseph C. Cauthen & Steven L. Griffith
82 The Intrinsic Therapeutics Barricaid® Device, Jacob Einhorn, Oscar Yeh, Greg Lambrecht, Allen Carl

Part XI: Cell-Based Biologic Scientific Methods and Future Clinical Applications (Section Editor: Howard S. An)

83 Animal Models for Human Disc Degeneration, Kern Singh, Koichi Masuda, & Howard S. An
84 Growth Factors for Intervertebral Disc Regeneration, Koichi Masuda & Howard S. An
85 Cell Therapy for Intervertebral Disc Degeneration, Daisuke Sakai & Joji Mochida
86 Gene Therapy for Intervertebral Repair and Regeneration, Corey A. Pacek, Gwendolyn A. Sowa, & James D. Kang
87 Autologous Chondrocyte Disc Transplant: Early Clinical Results, Rudolf Bertagnoli

Part XII: Controversies (Section Editor: Rudolf Bertagnoli)

88 The Development of a Personalized Hybrid EMG-Assisted/Finite Element Biomechanical Model to Assess Surgical Options, W.S. Marras, G. Knapik, J. Gabriel
89 Spinal Deformity and Motion-Sparing Technology, Paul C. McAfee
90 Can Lumbar Disc Replacement Be Used Adjacent to a Scoliotic Deformity?, Thierry Marnay
91 OrthoBiom™: A Non-fusion Treatment for Pediatric Scoliosis, Charles H. Rivard, Christine Coillard, Souad Rhalmi, Sylvie Charette, & Marco Bérard
92 Considerations for Spinal Arthroplasty in the Elderly and Osteoporotic, James Yue & Rudolf Bertagnoli
93 Multilevel Lumbar Disc Arthroplasty, Rudolf Bertagnoli
94 Posterior Lumbar Arthroplasty, Manoj Krishna
95 Cervical Arthroplasty with Myelopathy, Jonathon R. Ball & Lali H.S. Sekhon
96 Cervical Arthroplasty Adjacent to Fusion, Multiple Cases, and Hybrid Applications, Paul C. McAfee, Matthew Scott-Young, & Rudolf Bertagnoli
97 The Future of Motion Preservation, Stephen H. Hochschuler & Donna D. Ohnmeiss

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