Operative Hip Arthroscopy

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J.W. Thomas Byrd
Springer Science & Business Media, Sep 22, 2012 - Medical - 554 pages
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Building upon the impeccable reputation of its earlier editions, Operative Hip Arthroscopy, Third Edition has been entirely reconceived, rewritten, revised and updated to address current issues and developments in hip arthroscopy. This edition includes 18 new chapters that discuss issues like loose bodies, labral management, chondroplasty and microfracture, lesions of the acetabular fossa, synovial disease, iliopsoas release, iliotibial band release, preitrochanteric space, and capsulorrhaphy, among other topics. Every chapter includes vivid color photographs and illustrations to supplement accessible, engaging text. Dr. J.W. Thomas Byrd, a pioneer in the field, has once again assembled a group of distinguished international contributors whose chapters consititute one of the most complete and comprehensive books on the subject.

 

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Contents

1 Overview and History of Hip Arthroscopy
1
2 Patient Selection and Physical Examination
7
3 Adult Hip Imaging for the Arthroscopist
33
4 My Approach to Athletic Pubalgia
55
5 Current Understanding of Core Muscle Injuries Athletic Pubalgia Sports Hernia
67
6 Sportsmens Groin Groin Pain Always a Case for the Orthopedic Surgeon?
78
7 Gross Anatomy
85
8 Portal Anatomy
98
20 Decision Making with Osteoarthritis
263
21 Iliopsoas Tendon Release
279
22 Iliotibial Band Release
291
23 Abductor Tendinopathies and Repair
299
24 Subgluteal Space and Associated Disorders
309
25 Endoscopic Hamstring Repair and Ischial Bursectomy
331
26 Hip Instability
339
27 Adhesive Capsulitis and Arthrofibrosis
349

9 Arthroscopic Anatomy of the Hip
113
10 Position and Distraction Options
121
11 Routine Arthroscopy and Access Central and Peripheral Compartments Iliopsoas Bursa Peritrochanteric and Subgluteal Spaces
131
12 Loose Bodies Tips and Pearls
161
13 Labral Management An Overview
170
14 Hip Arthroscopy Management of Chondral Injuries
185
15 Lesions of the Acetabular Fossa Ligamentum Teres and Pulvinar
197
16 Synovial Disease and Sepsis
203
17 My Approach to Femoroacetabular Impingement
215
18 My Approach to Femoroacetabular Impingement
236
19 Computer Navigation in Hip Arthroscopy
249
28 Total Hip Arthroplasty
359
29 Hip Arthroscopy in Adolescence and Childhood
367
30 Complex Hip Reconstruction
377
31 Compensatory Disorders Around the Hip
384
32 Complications of Hip Arthroscopy
403
33 Rehabilitation of the Hip
411
34 Perioperative Care
440
Appendix Protocols
455
Index
544
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J. W. Thomas Byrd is a pioneer in the field of hip arthroscopy.

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