Arthritis and Arthroplasty: The Hip
Expert Consult - Online, Print and DVD
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The Hip—a volume in the new Arthritis and Arthroplasty series—offers expert guidance on everything from patient selection and pre-operative planning to surgical approaches and techniques. Clear, evidence-based coverage details which technology and methodology used for total Hip arthroplasty (THA), reconstruction or revision is best for each patient. Access discussions of debates on minimally invasive surgery; component material and bearing options; cemented vs. uncemented fixation of the components; and more. Explore alternatives to THA in younger arthritic patients and view expertly narrated video demonstrations of surgical techniques. In addition to providing practical, pragmatic advice in a concise, readable format, this Expert Consult title offers the full text of the book, as well as links to PubMed and periodic content updates, online at expertconsult.com.Table of Contents
- Access the full text of the book—as well as links to PubMed and periodic content updates on outcome data, component materials, and surgical techniques—online at expertconsult.com.
- Features procedural videos—narrated by experts—on the included DVD so you can see how to perform particular techniques.
- Covers periacetabluar osteotomy, neurovascular injury, and other hot topics to keep you abreast of the latest developments in the specialty.
- Provides evidence-based, clinically focused guidance on patient selection, pre-operative planning, surgical approach and techniques, bearing surfaces and component materials, disease specific options, the management and avoidance of complications, salvage and revision THA strategies, and more.
- Discusses variations in technique, including cemented vs. cementless fixation, resurfacing or more radical removal of bone, and minimally invasive technique where the exposure is more limited so you can choose which is most effective for each patient.
- Explores alternatives to THA in younger arthritic patients such as arthroscopy, arthrodesis, osteotomy, and resurfacing.
- Includes a review page in every chapter for quick reference to pearls and pitfalls for each topic.
- Presents photographs and interpretive drawings of surgical techniques in full color to bring out intraoperative details as they appear in the operating room.
By Thomas E. Brown, MD, Associate Profesor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Division of Adult Reconstruction, Resident Program Co-Director, University of Virginia Medical Center, Charlottesville, VA; Quanjun Cui; William M. Mihalko, MD, PhD, Campbell Clinic Orthopaedics; Associate Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Tennessee; Director, Adult Reconstructive Research, InMotion Musculoskeletal Institute, Memphis, TN and Khaled Saleh