Joint Replacement Arthroplasty / Edition 3

Joint Replacement Arthroplasty / Edition 3

by Bernard F. Morrey
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Elsevier Health Sciences

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Joint Replacement Arthroplasty / Edition 3

Thoroughly revised and updated throughout, the 3rd Edition of this comprehensive reference focuses on the full spectrum of joint replacement arthroplasty. Written almost entirely by Mayo Clinic contributors, the text incorporates data from the renowned Mayo Total Joint Replacement Registry-representing over 30 year's of experience spanning approximately 70,000 joint replacements-the most comprehensive repository of medical records for joint replacement. A wealth of illustrations throughout-many new to this edition-depict surgical technique and classification systems. The New Edition emphasizes newer surgical techniques for revision procedures for both the upper and lower extremity, and presents full-chapter coverage of the field's most relevant issues.

• Focuses on joint replacement rather than all surgical repairs of the joints.
• Presents full-chapter coverage of each topic examined.
• Places an increased emphasis on surgical technique.
• Addresses common questions that arise in the clinical setting regarding periprosthetic fractures, infected joints, and how to handle patients with a diagnosis of avascular necrosis.

• Offers comprehensive coverage of the latest methods used by Mayo Clinic consultants and other key authorities worldwide.
• Includes coverage of coupled and uncoupled implants for elbow replacement procedures.
• Emphasizes newer surgical techniques for revision procedures for both the upper and lower extremity.
• Presents full-chapter coverage of the field's most relevant topics: Concept/Technique (for Replacement Procedures)
• Revision Procedures After Total Shoulder Arthroplasty
• Resurfacing Options: Design/Indication/Technique/Results
• Acetabular Revision: Techniques & Results
• Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty/Bone Deficiency
• Features new chapters: Perioperative Mortality
• Distal Radioulnar Joint
• Radial Head Replacement
• Elbow Joint Replacement for Traumatic Conditions
• Resurfacing Options for Hip Joint Replacement
• Vascular Injuries After Total Hip Arthroplasty
• and Mobile Bearing Knee
With 64 additional contributing experts.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780443066177
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Publication date: 06/13/2003
Edition description: REV
Pages: 1216
Product dimensions: 8.74(w) x 11.16(h) x 2.12(d)

Table of Contents

Section I: General Information
1. History of Joint Arthroplasty
2. Materials & Joint Replacement
3. Metallic Alloys
4. Ultra-High-Molecular-Weight Polyethylene
5. The Articulation (A through C)
6. Individual Host Variation Response to Foreign Materials
7. Oncogenesis and Foreign Materials
8. Transfusion Considerations, Hemophilia and AIDS
9. Specific Medical Considerations (A through D)
10. Prophylactic Measures for Infection
11. Thrombophlebitis
12. Anesthetic Considerations
13. Operative Mortality
14. Outcome Studies/Measurement Tools/Impairment
15. Statistical Considerations and Techniques
Section II: The Hand and Wrist
16. Anatomy
17. Practical Biomechanics
18. Replacement of the Proximal Interphalangeal Joint
19. Replacement of the Metacarpophalangeal Joint
20. Arthroplasty of the Thumb Axis
21. The Distal Radio-ulnar Joint
22. Replacement of the Wrist (A through B)
Section III: The Elbow
23. Anatomy and Surgical Approaches
24. Relevant Biomechanics
25. Radial Head Replacement
26. Resurfacing Replacement
27. Concept/Technique
28. RA: Results
29. Traumatic: Results
30. Complications
31. The Infected Joint
32. Revisions/Salvage: Technique and Results
Section IV: The Shoulder
33. Anatomy and Surgical Approaches
34. Relevant Biomechanics
35. Trauma
36. Shoulder Arthroplasty Arthritis
37. Arthroplasty for the Shoulder
38. Shoulder Component Design
39. Rehabilitation
40. Results of Shoulder Replacement
41. Complications of Shoulder Arthroplasty
42. Revision Procedures After Total Shoulder Arthroplasty
Section V: The Hip
43. Historical Perspective of Hip Arthroplasty
44. Anatomy and Surgical Approaches
45. Biomechanics of Hip Replacement
46. Cemented Acetabular Component: Design/Indication/Technique/Results
47. Uncemented Acetabular Component: Design/Indication/Technique/Results
48. Cemented Femoral Component: Design/Indication/Technique/Results
49. Uncemented Femoral Component: Design/Indication/Technique/results
50. Conservative
51. Resurfacing Options
52. Developmental Dysplasia
53. The Young Patient: Indication/Results
54. Proximal Femoral Deformity (Osteotomy, Fracture)
55. Proximal Femoral Fracture (Neck, Intertrochanteric)
56. Prior Acetabular Fracture
57. Avascular Necrosis
58. Parkinson’s Disease
59. Paget’s Disease
60. Neoplasms (A through B)
61. Evaluation of the Painful Total Hip Arthroplasty
62. Acetabular Revision: Technique and Results
63. Femoral Revision (A through B)
64. Postoperative Deep Wound Infection
65. Dislocation
66. Ectopic Bone
67. Periprosthetic fxs (A through B)
68. Nerve Palsies Following THA
69. Vascular Injuries and THA
70. Leg Length Discrepancy
Section VI: The Knee
71. Anatomy and Exposures
72. Biomechanics
73. Cemented Total Knee Arthroplasty: Posterior Cruciate (preserving)
74. Cemented Total Knee Arthroplasty: Posterior Cruciate ( substituting)
75. Uncemented Total Knee Arthroplasty
76. Hemi-replacement
77. The Mobile Bearing Knee
78. Managing Deformity (A through C)
79. Extensor Mechanism
80. Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty/Bone Deficiency
81. Infection
Section VII
82. Anatomy and Exposures
83. Biomechanics of the Foot and Ankle
84. Prosthetic Intervention of the Great Toe
85. Current Status of the Ankle Replacement Arthroplasty
86. Complications and Salvage of the Ankle

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