Surgery of the Hip

  • Daniel J. Berry Jay Lieberman
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Offering authoritative, comprehensive coverage of hip surgery, the 2nd Edition of Surgery of the Hip is the definitive guide to hip replacement, other open and arthroscopic surgical procedures, and surgical and nonsurgical management of the hip across the lifespan. Modeled after Insall & Scott Surgery of the Knee, it keeps you fully up to date with the latest research, techniques, tools, and implants, enabling you to offer both adults and children the best possible outcomes. Detailed guidance from expert surgeons assists you with your toughest clinical challenges, including total hip arthroplasty, pediatric hip surgery, trauma, and hip tumor surgery. Discusses new topics such as direct anterior approach for total hip arthroplasty, hip pain in the young adult, and hip preservation surgery. Contains new coverage of minimally invasive procedures, bearing surface selection, management of complications associated with metal and metal bearing surfaces, management of bone loss associated with revision THA, and more. Provides expert, personal advice in "Author's Preferred Technique" sections. Helps you make optimal use of the latest imaging techniques, surgical procedures, equipment, and implants available. Includes access to select procedural videos online. Covers tumors of the hip, hip instability and displacement in infants and young children, traumatic injuries, degenerative joint disorders, and rehabilitation considerations-all from both a basic science and practical clinical perspective. Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
Berry & Lieberman: Surgery of the Hip 2e Section I. Basic Science 1. Biomechanics of the Natural Hip Joint 2. Biomechanics of the Artificial Hip Joint 3. Tribology of the Artificial Hip 4. Materials in Hip Surgery: Polymethylmethacrylate 5. Materials in Hip Surgery: Ultra-High-Molecular-Weight Polyethylene 6. Materials in Hip Surgery: Ceramics 7. Acetabular Fixation 8. Biological Responses to Particle Debris 9. Biological Responses to Metal Debris and Metal Ions 10. Bone Grafts in Hip Surgery Section II. Anatomy and Operative Approaches 11. Normal Hip Embryology and Development 12. Anatomy of the Hip 13. Exposures of the Acetabulum 14. Direct Anterior Approach Without Special Table for Primary THA 15. Direct Anterior Approach With Special Table for Primary THA 16. Anterolateral Approach for Primary Total Hip Replacement 17. Posterior Approaches to the Hip 18. Trochanteric Osteotomies 19. Extensile Approaches for Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty 20. Minimally Invasive Hip Arthroplasty Section III. Perioperative Management in Hip Surgery 21. Blood Management 22. Anesthesia for Hip Surgery: Options and Risks 23. Mortality after Total Hip Arthroplasty 24. Perioperative Medical Management of Hip Surgery Patients 25. Perioperative Pain Management 26. Prevention of Venous Thromboembolism in Surgery of the Hip 27. Rehabilitation after Hip Surgery Section IV. Hip Evaluation, Diagnosis, and Pathology 28. History and Physical Examination of the Hip 29. Imaging of the Hip 30. Osteoarthritis 31. Femoroacetabular Impingement 32. Dysplasia in the Skeletally Mature Patient 33. Osteonecrosis and Bone Marrow Edema Syndrome 34. Synovial Diseases of the Hip 35. Acetabular Rim Damage 36. Hip Joint Infection 37. Soft Tissue Pathology: Bursal, Tendon, and Muscle Diseases Section V. Pediatric Hip Disorders 38. Hip Dysplasia in the Child and Adolescent 39. Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease 40. Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis 41. Inflammatory Arthritis in the Child and Adolescent 42. Adolescent CAM Impingement, Etiology and Treatment Section VI. Traumatic Disorders of the Hip 43. Femoral Neck Fracture 44. Intertrochanteric Fractures 45. Subtrochanteric Fractures 46. Acetabular Fracture 47. Hip Dislocation and Femoral Head Fractures Section VII. Tumors of the Hip 48. Evaluation of Bone Lesions Around the Hip 49. Benign Bone Tumors 50. Primary Malignant Bone Tumors 51. Metastatic Disease Around the Hip Section VIII. Nonarthroplasty Treatment of Hip Pathology 52. Hip Arthroscopy for Nonstructural Hip Problems 53. Hip Arthroscopy for Structural Hip Problems 54. Open Surgical Dislocation for Structural Hip Problems 55. Pelvic Osteotomies for Hip Dysplasia 56. Femoral Osteotomy 57. Femoral Head Sparing Procedures for Osteonecrosis of the Hip 58. Arthrodesis and Resection Arthroplasty of the Hip Section IX. Primary Hip Arthroplasty 59. Long-Term Results of Total Hip Arthroplasty 60. Rating Systems and Outcomes of Total Hip Arthroplasty 61. Preoperative Planning and Templating for Primary Hip Arthroplasty 62. Resurfacing Hip Arthroplasty: Evolution, Design, Indications, Techniques, and Results 63. Cemented Acetabular Components 64. Uncemented Acetabular Components 65. Cemented Femoral Components 66. Uncemented Extensively Porous-Coated Femoral Components 67. Uncemented Tapered Femoral Components With Blade-Shaped Parallel Sided Implants 68. Uncemented Tapered Femoral Components with Single/Double/Rounded Tapered Implants 69. Uncemented Short Metaphyseal Femoral Components 70. Highly Cross-Linked Polyethylene Bearings 71. Ceramic-on-Ceramic Bearings 72. Computer Navigation in Hip Arthroplasty and Robotics 73. Femoral Head Diameter and Material 74. Dual Mobility Implants 75. Effect of the Spine on Implant Positioning and Hip Stability in Total Hip Arthroplasty Section X. Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty in Specific Conditions 76. Hip Dysplasia 77. Previous Acetabular Fracture 78. Previous Proximal Femoral Fracture 79. Proximal Femoral Deformity 80. Metabolic Bone Disease 81. Osteonecrosis of the Hip 82. The Neuromuscular Hip 83. Previous Hip Arthrodesis 84. Protrusio Acetabuli 85. Sickle Cell Disease 86. High Body Mass Index 87. Acute Femoral Neck Fracture Section XI. Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty 88. Evaluation of the Failed Total Hip Arthroplasty 89. Preoperative Planning and Templating for Revision Hip Arthroplasty 90. Implant Removal in Revision Hip Arthroplasty 91. Osteolysis Around Well-Fixed THA 92. Acetabular Reconstruction: Classification of Bone Defects and Treatment Options 93. Acetabular Revision: Uncemented Hemispherical Components 94. Acetabular Revision: Impaction Bone Grafting 95. Acetabular Revision with Custom Implants 96. Acetabular Revision with Cup/Cage Construct 97. Femoral Revision: Classification of Bone Defects and Treatment Options 98. Cemented Femoral Revision in Total Hip Arthroplasty: A View in the 21st Century 99. Femoral Revision: Impaction Bone Grafting 100. Femoral Revision: Uncemented Extensively Porous-Coated Implants 101. Femoral Revision: Uncemented Implants with Bioactive Coatings 102. Femoral Revision: Uncemented Tapered Fluted Modular Implants 103. Femoral Revision: Allograft Prosthetic Composites and Proximal Femoral Replacement 104. Revision for Metal-on-Metal or Taper Corrosion Failures Section XII. Complications of Hip Arthroplasty 105. Infection 106. Hip Instability 107. Periprosthetic Fracture: Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment 108. Abductor Muscle and Greater Trochanteric Complications 109. Leg Length Inequality: Prevention/Treatment 110. Neurovascular Injuries: Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment 111. Wound Complications after Total Hip Arthroplasty: Prevention and Treatment 112. Heterotopic Ossification
Pubyear 2019
ISBN 9780323554640
Verschenen 29 nov. 2019
Omvang 1368
Editie 2nd edition
Auteur(s) Daniel J. Berry Jay Lieberman
Bindwijze Gebonden
Taal Engels

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