Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Springer-Verlag New York, LLC
This book provides an in-depth understanding of a comprehensive approach to revision total hip arthroplasty and its complications from leading authorities in the field. Topics include the discussion of failure mechanisms, evaluations of the painful total hip, descriptions of pre-operative planning and preparation for surgery, surgical techniques for the acetabulum and femur, and evaluation of post-operative complications. There are also discussions on neurologic injury, anesthetic complications, cardiac complications, femoral stem breakage and abdominal complications. In addition there is a section on the future of total revision hip arthroplasty and a discussion on medical malpractice. With over 500 illustrations, this is the definitive volume on revision total hip arthroplasty.
|Publisher:||Springer-Verlag New York, LLC|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||8.40(w) x 11.20(h) x 1.30(d)|
Table of ContentsFailure Mechanisms in THA; Loosening, Wear, Osteolysis, Dislocation, Fracture, Evaluation of the Painful Hip; History and the Physical Exam, Radiographic Studies, Pain Syndromes, Pre-Operative Planning; Bone Stock Loss - Acetabulum, Bone Stock Loss - Femur, Bone Stock - Trochanter, Blood Conversation, Anesthesia, Surgical Planning - Templating, Surgical Planning - Biomechanics, Equipment: Overview, Cup-Out; Hand Tools, Ultrasonic Cement Removal, Drill and Excavate, Bone Bank/Bone Graft, Surgical Techniques, Part 1: Femur; Reconstruction of Cavitary Defects, Impact Grafting, Cement within Cement, Segmental Defects: Onlay Allografting, Segmental Defects: Structural Allograft, Cemented Implants, Cemented Long Stem Implants, Cementless Proximally Ingrown Stems, Cementless Distally Fixed Stem, Modular Stems, Impact Modular Stems, Part II: Surgical Approaches; Posterolateral Approach, Direct Lateral Approach, Modified Dall Approach, Trochanteric Osteotomy, Anterolateral Approach, Trochanteric Slide Approach, Extended Trochanteric Osteotomy, Extended Lateral Femoral Osteotomy, Extended Anterior Femoral Osteotomy, Retroperitoneal Approach, Part III: Acetabulum; Management of Cavitary Deficiencies, Bipolar Components, Management of Segmental Deficiencies, Determination of the Hip Center, Use of Oblong or Modular Cups, Posterior Deficiencies, Medial Deficiencies, Use of Cages, Pelvic Discontinuity and Fusion Take Down, Post-operative Complications; Neurologic Injury, Post-operative Infection, Dislocation, Deep Venous Thrombosis, Anesthetic Complication, Cardiac Complication, Femoral Stem Breakage, Abdominal Complications, Genitourinary Complications, Plastic Surgical Complications, Heterotopic Ossification, Special Considerations; Prior Surgery, Leg Length Descrepancy, Metastatic Disease, Girdlestone Conversion, Fusion Take-Down, Motor Defects, Fracture, Making Revision Surgery Work in the Current Health Care Environment; Maximizing Efficiency in Revision THR, Physical Rehabilitation, Outcome Studies, Looking Forward: Implant Research, Robotically Assisted Cement Removal, Malpractice; Malpractice. Index.