Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty
James V. Bono
Springer Science & Business Media, 1999 - Medical - 608 pages
The authors, world renowned experts in the field, present practical, clinical information from their extensive experience in the treatment of these total revision hip surgery. Topics covered include: bending fractures of the metaphysis, shearing fractures of the joint surface, compression fractures of the joint surface, avulsion fractures, radio-carpal fracture and dislocation, combined fractures, high velocity injury and malunions. In addition, comprehensive chapters are included on surgical techniques and approach as well as on complications.A complete and comprehensive guide to corrective surgery for the failed total hip replacement, written by world experts, this book offers state-of-the-art techniques relating to all areas of this commonly performed, yet highly complex and challenging procedure. Clearly and concisely written, with contributions from over 60 leading experts, and with over 500 custom photographs and illustrations, this volume provides step-by-step instructions for the successful execution of revision total hip arthroplasty. The combined clinical research and surgical experience of the editors and contributors present all aspects of this procedure, including neurologic injury, failure mechanisms, evaluating the painful hip, pain syndromes, approaches to the femur and acetabulum, anesthetic, cardiac, abdominal, and post operative complications. Also included is a special in-depth chapter on medical malpractice offering expert guidance on legal issues and principles, malpractice perspectives and prevention and informed consent. With striking color sections, and the latest research on implants and robotically assisted cement removal, this landmark book is the authoritative source of current information on revision total hip arthroplasty.
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