Description : Presents latest developments, current indications and critical issues in revision hip arthroplasty, providing in depth discussion on surgical reconstruction of the hip and basic hip joint deformities. Part of successful Mastering Orthopedic Techniques series.
Description : Doody Rating : 3 stars : Editor has put together well-known international Orthopaedic surgeons across the globe for writing down their experience in Hip Arthroplasty. There is extensive bibliography after each chapter which serve as reference material for further research. This book is from the series of Mastering Orthopedic Techniques. This is a comprehensive text for surgeons doing total hip replacement with step-by-step colored illustrations. Detailed descriptions for every possible surgical approach for total hip replacement. Topic covered in the chapters include cover cementation on both.
Description : Part of the highly successful Mastering Orthopedic Techniques series, this book is a comprehensive guide to knee reconstruction. Topics are presented in a step by step, “how to” approach, covering both basic and more complex issues. Enhanced by nearly 600 images, diagrams and tables.
Description : The consorted endeavor of one of the Mastering Orthopedic Techniques: Intra-articular Fractures, attempts to deal with the exclusive intra-articular fractures. Trauma, in the current context, is the major factor in the intra-articular fractures. The principles of intra-articular fracture management have not changed recently; the articular fragments require osteosynthesis with anatomical reduction and interfragmentary compression. The new principle is to provide relative stability, preferably with indirect reduction for the metaphyseal components. All practical surgical options are included wit.
Description : "Drs. Sonny Bal, Lee Rubin, and Kristaps J. Keggi have joined their unique perspectives, along with those of a renowned group of experts in the expanding world of anterior hip reconstructions surgery to create this reference. Dr. Keggi was among the first to recognize and leverage the benefits of the direct anterior approach in hip reconstruction; his 40-plus years of experience as a clinician serve as the foundation for the text. The Direct Anterior Approach to Hip Reconstruction provides a stepwise progression for surgeons to learn how to perform total hip arthroplasty using the direct anterior approach, with detailed chapters and video instruction from an internationally renowned group of expert authors. The chapters are structured to focus on the art of using the direct anterior approach to address a variety of hip pathology, such as femoroaetabular impingment, pediatric operations, revision implant surgery, and others. The unique applications of the direct anterior approach within the fields of pediatrics, trauma, reconstruction, and tumor surgery are highlighted, along with chapters focused on femoroacetabular impingment, hip preservation surgery, and postoperative rehabilitation protocols designed to improve patient outcomes. The final section of the book reviews the evidence-based outcomes related to direct anterior total hip arthroplasty, addresses the evolving implant design concepts specific to this approach, and outlines directions for educating the next generation of residents and fellows who will continue to develop and refine these techniques. Complementing the written text is a website that provides access to educational videos to further enhance the learning experience. "--Provided by publisher.