The Hip—a volume in the new Arthritis and Arthroplasty series—offers expert guidance on everything from patient selection and pre-operative planning to surgical approaches and techniques. Clear, evidence-based coverage details which technology and methodology used for total Hip arthroplasty (THA), reconstruction or revision is best for each patient. Access discussions of debates on minimally invasive surgery; component material and bearing options; cemented vs. uncemented fixation of the components; and more. Explore alternatives to THA in younger arthritic patients and view expertly narrated video demonstrations of surgical techniques. In addition to providing practical, pragmatic advice in a concise, readable format, this Expert Consult title offers the full text of the book, as well as links to PubMed and periodic content updates, online at expertconsult.com.
- Access the full text of the book—as well as links to PubMed and periodic content updates on outcome data, component materials, and surgical techniques—online at expertconsult.com.
- Features procedural videos—narrated by experts—on the included DVD so you can see how to perform particular techniques.
- Covers periacetabluar osteotomy, neurovascular injury, and other hot topics to keep you abreast of the latest developments in the specialty.
- Provides evidence-based, clinically focused guidance on patient selection, pre-operative planning, surgical approach and techniques, bearing surfaces and component materials, disease specific options, the management and avoidance of complications, salvage and revision THA strategies, and more.
- Discusses variations in technique, including cemented vs. cementless fixation, resurfacing or more radical removal of bone, and minimally invasive technique where the exposure is more limited so you can choose which is most effective for each patient.
- Explores alternatives to THA in younger arthritic patients such as arthroscopy, arthrodesis, osteotomy, and resurfacing.
- Includes a review page in every chapter for quick reference to pearls and pitfalls for each topic.
- Presents photographs and interpretive drawings of surgical techniques in full color to bring out intraoperative details as they appear in the operating room.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Preoperative Considerations
- Chapter 1. Etiology of Hip Arthritis, Mark McCarthy, Thomas E. Brown, and Khaled Saleh
- Chapter 2. Clinical Evaluation of the Failed / Painful THA, Samar Attar and Mark Spangehl
- Chapter 3. Preoperative Planning For Hip Surgery, Chealon D. Miller, Angela R. Stiltner, Qanjun Cui, snd Khaled Saleh
Part 2: The ";Young"; Arthritic Hip: Treatment Options
- Chapter 4. Hip Arthroscopy, William A. Jiranek and Barton Harris
- Chapter 5. Surgical dislocation of the adult hip for treatment of femoroacetabular impingement, Quanjun Cui, Martin Beck, and Klaus A. Siebenrock
- Chapter 6. Periacetabular Osteotomy, Perry L. Schoenecker and John C. Clohisy
- Chapter 7. Proximal Femoral Osteotomy, Jason Hull
- Chapter 8. Salvage Osteotomy, James P. Waddell
- Chapter 9. Hip Arthrodesis, Melissa Willenborg, Joseph T. Moskal, and Thomas E. Brown
Part 3: Primary Hip Replacement: The Basics
- Chapter 10. The primary cemented femoral stem, Alejandro González Della Valle and Eduardo A. Salvati
- Chapter 11. Current Designs of Uncemented Total Hip Arthroplasty, Javad Parvizi, Elie Ghanem, and Richard H Rothman
- Chapter 12. Acetabular Component Options, William Griffin and Thomas L. Bradbury
- Chapter 13. Bearing Options in Total Hip Arthroplasty, Steven J. MacDonald and Richard A. Hocking
- Chapter 14. Hip Resurfacing Arthroplasty, Sarah Muirhead-Allwood, Chindu Kabir, and Nemandra Sandiford
Part 4: The Challenging Primary THA
- Chapter 15. Hip Dysplasia (DDH), Matt Barrett, Kevin Fricka, and William Hamilton
- Chapter 16. Total Hip Arthroplasty: Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis, Rajiv Gandhi and Michael W. Laker, Nizar Mahomed, Thomas S. Thornhill
- Chapter 17. Proximal Femoral Deformity, Michael H Huo and Megan Swanson
- Chapter 18. Total Hip Arthroplasty after an Acetabular Fracture, Dana C Mears
- Chapter 19. Post Proximal Femur Fracture: The Challenging Primary THA, Kevin J. Mulhall and Paul Curtin
Part 5: Minimally Invasive THA: The Smaller the Better?
- Chapter 20. Rationale and Expectations, Lawrence D. Dorr
- Chapter 21. Mini-posterior THA, Friedrich Boettner, Eric Altneu, and Thomas P. Sculco
- Chapter 22. Mini Lateral Approach THA – the Anterolateral Approach – (modified Hardinge), Brian A. Klatt and Peter F. Sharkey
- Chapter 23. Single Incision Direct Anterior Approach for THA, Benjamin Bender, Michael Nogler, and William J. Hozack
- Chapter 24. The Minimally-Invasive Total Hip Arthroplasty with Two-Incisions, Richard A. Berger
- Chapter 25. Treatment Options For Osteonecrosis Of The Hip, Paul Shim and Paul E. Beaulé
Part 6: Complications of THA: Avoidance and Treatment
- Chapter 26. Limb Length Discrepancy after THA: Avoidance and Treatment, Amar S. Ranawat, Parag K.Sancheti, and Aditya V Maheshwari
- Chapter 27. Complications of THA: Neurovascular Injury: Avoidance and Treatment, Michael S. Laidlaw, Michael D. Ries, and Kevin J. Bozic
- Chapter 28. Instability Following Total Hip Arthroplasty: Issues, Avoidance, and Treatment, Craig G. Smucker, Jeffrey Geller, and William Macaulay
- Chapter 29. Periprosthetic Fractures around Total Hip Arthroplasty: Evaluation and Management, Jeffrey Pike, Darin Davidson, Donald Garbuz, and Bassam A. Masri
- Chapter 30. Evaluation and Treatment of Infected THA, Michael D. Ries
- Chapter 31. The Infected THA: Future Problems and Potential Solutions, Feridoon Jaberi, Khalid Azzam, and Javad Parvizi
Part 7: Revision THA: The Femur
- Chapter 32. Component Removal: Tricks of the Trade, Steven B. Ogden, Steven H.Weeden, and Wayne G. Paprosky
- Chapter 33. Diaphyseal Fixation: Providing Durable Femoral Revisions with Extensively Porous-Coated Stems, Steven H. Weeden and Wayne G. Paprosky
- Chapter 34. Cemented Long Stems for Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty – Do’s and Don’ts, Neil P. Sheth and Charles L. Nelson
- Chapter 35. Impaction Grafting of the Femur: Rebuilding for the future, Stephen M. Blake, Graham A. Gie, and Jonathan R. Howell
- Chapter 36. Tapered-fluted Femoral Fixation, Todd Swanson
- Chapter 37. Allograft-Prosthesis Composites, Hari Parvataneni, Sandro Sloboda, and Sean Scully
- Chapter 38. Mega-Prosthesis for Severe Femoral Bone Loss: Heavy Metal, Adolph V. Lombardi, Jr., Keith R. Berend, Jaime A. Carvajal, Hari K. Parvateneni, and Sean P. Scully
Part 8: Revision THA: The Acetabulum
- Chapter 39. Liner Exchange and Surgical Treatment of Osteolysis, NK Sablan and JL Lieberman
- Chapter 40. Hemispheric Press-fit Components: The Workhorse, Thomas Bernasek
- Chapter 41. Tri-flange Acetabular Components: Last Hurrah, Michael J. Christie
By Thomas E. Brown, MD, Associate Profesor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Division of Adult Reconstruction, Resident Program Co-Director, University of Virginia Medical Center, Charlottesville, VA; Quanjun Cui; William M. Mihalko, MD, PhD, Campbell Clinic Orthopaedics; Associate Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Tennessee; Director, Adult Reconstructive Research, InMotion Musculoskeletal Institute, Memphis, TN and Khaled Saleh