Percutaneous Vertebroplasty and Kyphoplasty

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John M. Mathis, Herve Deramond, Stephen M. Belkoff
Springer, Nov 22, 2006 - Medical - 309 pages
Since the ?rst edition of this book was published in 2002, there have been many advances in our knowledge of percutaneous vertoplasty (PV), particularly about how to perform the procedure more safely and how to approach more complex case situations. Additionally, mate- als that were initially used “off label” or that simply were not FDA approved have completed their governmental review and have received FDA approval. This has increased the legitimacy of the p- cedure from the legal and reimbursement perspective. Controversy over height restoration and device selection has become a progressively bigger issue over time. Kyphoplasty (balloon assisted vertebroplasty) has received tremendous emphasis. This book c- pares and contrasts data and claims that differentiate kyphoplasty from percutaneous vertebroplasty. We also look at other methods that pot- tially can be used for height restoration. New procedures that deal with bone augmentation in other anatomic regions have evolved (i.e., sacroplasty) and are discussed. As this re- lution in image-guided percutaneous bone augmentation has dev- oped, multiple medical specialties have embraced these procedures in their training programs for both residents and practicing physicians.
 

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Contents

The Medical Management of Bone Health
33
Surgical Options for Vertebral Compression
51
Patient Evaluation and Selection 60
85
Biomechanical Considerations
99
Procedure
112
Balloon Kyphoplasty and Lordoplasty
134
Tumors
157
Techniques for Treating
185
Complications Associated with Vertebroplasty
210
Standards for the Performance
223
SingleLevel Vertebroplasty and Biopsy
249
Multilevel Vertebroplasty
255
Height Restoration
263
Anterior Cervical Approach
272
Percutaneous Sacroplasty
281
Femoral Neck Augmentation
295

Sacroplasty
197

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