Surgery of the Hip, Expert Consult - Online and Print

Surgery of the Hip

Expert Consult - Online and Print

By Daniel M. Berry, Prof., Mayo Clinic, Department of Orthopedics and Jay Lieberman, MD, University of Connecticut Health Center, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery


Section I: Basic Science

1. Biomechanics of the Human Hip

2. Biomechanics of the Artificial Hip

3. Tribology of the Artificial Hip

4. Materials in Hip Surgery: Polymethylmethacrylate

5. Materials in Hip Surgery: High Molecular Weight Polyethylene

6. Materials in Hip Surgery: Metals for Cemented and Uncemented Implants

7. Materials in Hip Surgery: Mechanical Properties that Influence Design and Performance of Ceramics Hip Bearings

8. Materials in Hip Surgery: Metals as a Bearing Material

9. Materials in Hip Surgery: Porous Metals for Implant Fixation

10. Materials in Hip Surgery: Bioactive Coatings for Implant Fixation

11. Biologic Responses to Particle Debris

12. Biological Responses to Metal Debris and Metal Ions

13. Bone Grafts in Hip Surgery

Section II: Anatomy and Operative Approaches

14. Normal Hip Embryology and Development

15. Anatomy of the Hip

16. Exposures of the Acetabulum

17. Direct Anterior Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty

18. Anterolateral Approach for Primary Total Hip Replacement

19. Posterior Approaches to the Hip

20. Trochanteric Approaches to the Hip

21. Extensile Approaches for Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty

22. Minimally Invasive Hip Arthroplasty

Section III: Perioperative Management in Hip Surgery

23. Blood Management

24. Anesthesia for Hip Surgery: Options and Risks

25. Mortality After Total Hip Surgery

26. Perioperative Medical Management of Hip Surgery Patients

27. Perioperative Pain Management

28. Prevention of Venous Thromboembolism in Surgery of the Hip

29. Rehabilitation After Hip Surgery

Section IV: Hip Evaluation, Diagnosis and Pathology

30. History and Physical Examination of the Hip

31. Imaging of the Hip

32. Osteoarthritis

33. Femoroacetabular Impingement

34. Dysplasia in the Skeletally Mature Patient

35. Osteonecrosis and Bone Marrow Edema Syndrome

36. Synovial Diseases of the Hip

37. Acetabular Rim Damage

38. Hip Joint Infection

39. Soft Tissue Pathology: Bursal, Tendon and Muscle Disease

Section V: Pediatric Hip Disorders

40. Hip Dysplasia in the Child and Adolescent

41. Legg-Calvé-Perthes Disease

42. Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis

43. Inflammatory Arthritis in the Child and Adolescent

Section VI: Traumatic Disorders of the Hip

44. Femoral Neck Fracture

45. Intertrochanteric Fracture

46. Subtrochanteric Fracture

47. Acetabular Fracture

48. Hip Dislocation and Femoral Head Fracture

Section VII: Tumors of the Hip

49. Evaluation of Bone Lesions Around the Hip

50. Benign Bone Tumors

51. Primary Malignant Bone Tumors

52. Metastatic Disease Around the Hip

Section VIII. Nonarthroplasty Treatment of Hip Pathology

53. Hip Arthroscopy for Nonstructural Hip Problems

54. Hip Arthroscopy for Structural Hip Problems

55. Open Hip Joint Débridement for Femoroacetabular Impingement

56. Pelvic Osteotomies for Hip Dysplasia

57. Femoral Osteotomy

58. Femoral Head Sparing Procedures for Osteonecrosis of the Hip

59. Arthrodesis and Resection Arthroplasty of the Hip

Section IX: Primary Hip Arthroplasty

60. Long-Term Results of Total Hip Arthroplasty

61. Rating Systems and Outcomes of Total Hip Arthroplasty

62. Preoperative Planning and Templating for Primary Hip Arthroplasty

63. Resurfacing Hip Arthroplasty: Evolution, Design, Indications, and Results

64. Resurfacing Hip Arthroplasty: Techniques

65. Cemented Acetabular Components

66. Uncemented Acetabular Components

67. Cemented Femoral Components

68. Uncemented Extensively Porous-coated Femoral Components

69. Uncemented Tapered Femoral Components

70. Uncemented Short Metaphyseal Femoral Components

71. Highly Cross-Linked Polyethylene Bearings

72. Metal-on-Metal Bearings

73. Ceramic-on-Ceramic Bearings

74. Computer Navigation in Hip Arthroplasty and Hip Resurfacing

Section X: Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty in Specific Conditions

75. Hip Dysplasia

76. Previous Acetabular Fracture

77. Previous Proximal Femoral Fracture and Proximal Femoral Deformity

78. Metabolic Bone Disease

79. Osteonecrosis of the Hip

80. The Neuromuscular Diseases

81. Previous Hip Arthrodesis

82. Protrusio Acetabuli

83. Sickle Cell Disease

84. High Body Mass Index

Section XI: Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty

85. Evaluation of the Failed Total Hip Arthroplasty

86. Preoperative Planning and Templating for Revision Hip Arthroplasty

87. Implant Removal in Revision Hip Arthroplasty

88. Osteolysis Around Well-Fixed Hip Replacement Parts

89. Acetabular Revision: Classification of Bone Defects and Treatment Options

90. Acetabular Reconstruction: Classification of Bone Defects and Treatment

91. Acetabular Revision: Impaction Bone Grafting

92. Acetabular Revision: Rings, Cages, and Custom Implants

93. Femoral Revision: Classification of Bone Defects and Treatment Options

94. Cemented Femoral Revision in Total Hip Arthroplasty: A View in the 21st Century

95. Femoral Revision: Impaction Bone Grafting

96. Femoral Revision: Uncemented Extensively Porous Coated Implants

97. Femoral Revision: Uncemented Implants with Bioactive Coatings

98. Femoral Revision: Uncemented Tapered Fluted Modular Implants

99. Femoral Revision: Allograft Prosthetic Composites and Proximal Femoral Replacement

Section XII: Complications of Hip Arthroplasty

100. Infection

101. Hip Instability

102. Periprosthetic Fracture: Prevention/Diagnosis/Treatment

103. Abductor Muscle and Greater Trochanteric Complications

104. Leg Length Inequality: Prevention/Treatment

105. Neurovascular Injuries

106. Wound Complications

107. Heterotopic Ossification