Mini-Invasive Surgery of the Hip
Dominique G. Poitout, Henri Judet
Springer Science & Business Media, 22 juil. 2014 - 170 pages
In recent years, mini-invasive surgery has become increasingly important for reducing the risk of infection and minimizing blood loss and volume of implants.
Hip surgery requires small incisions, which make the use of the appropriate equipment and an extensive knowledge of the anatomy of the region essential.
Mini-invasive surgery requires the surgeon to consider the indications for surgery for each patient he treats and to know the exact loco-regional anatomy for that patient. Methods must be very precise and warrant visual explanations to help teach young surgeons.
In this book, the different surgical approaches to the hip are presented in terms of their anatomical specifications and indications. Films of these operations, performed by international specialist authors, and some of these images are used to explain the surgical techniques described in the book.
The highly didactic and visual presentation based on filmed operations is very helpful for the understanding of these methods.
MiniInvasive Approach and Navigation in Total Prosthesis of the Hip
Anterior HueterType Approach in Lateral Decubitus on a Conventional Table
SmithPetersen Approach and Lateral Position with MiniStem
Anterior Approach for Total Hip Arthroplasty Technique Without Fracture Table
The Anterolateral Watson Jones Approach in Total Hip Replacement in the Supine Position
Transtrochanteric Approach to the Hip
A Modified Anterolateral Less Invasive Approach to the Hip Surgical Technique and Preliminary Results of First
Minimally Invasive Posterior Approach Technical Evaluation Initial Results and FollowUp at Two Years
Hip Resurfacing and Anterior Approach
Surgical Technique in Hip Resurfacing Minimally Invasive Surgery with Posterior Approach
Navigation and the Square Angle Pointer in Hip Resurfacing
Navigated Modular ShortStemmed Total Hip Arthroplasty by a Less Invasive Technique