Orthopaedic Knowledge Update: Hip and Knee Reconstruction 2
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Feb 1, 2000 - Medical - 381 pages
A powerful, in-depth guide to important developments. Its concise, procedure-oriented format guides you through virtually every consideration in preparing for the most complex surgeries.
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Biomechanics of the Hip and Hip Reconstruction
13 Armodios M Hatzidakis MD and Kevin L Garvin MD
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acetabular component allogeneic allograft anesthesia antibiotics arthro articular aseptic loosening associated autologous Biomechanics blood bone defects bone graft Bone Joint Surg bone loss cancellous bone cartilage cell cement mantle cementless Clin Orthop clinical complications condylar cruciate ligament debris dislocation distal enoxaparin epidural evaluation factors failure femoral component femoral head femur fixation flexion follow-up fracture function heparin Hip and Knee implant increased infection interface intraoperative Knee Reconstruction load long-term medial ment metal mobile bearing modular Orthopaedic osteoarthritis osteolysis osteotomy outcome pain patellofemoral patients perioperative plasty polyethylene polyethylene wear posterior stabilized postoperative preoperative primary procedure prophylaxis prosthesis proximal radiographic range of motion reported revision surgery Revision Total Knee rheumatoid arthritis risk rotation soft-tissue stem surface surgeon surgical technique tibial component tion tissue total hip arthroplasty total hip replacement total joint total knee arthroplasty Total Knee Replacement transfusion treatment UHMWPE uncemented valgus warfarin