About this book
The mini-invasive surgery has become in recent years a practical necessity for reducing the risk of infection, the importance of blood loss and volume of implants.
At the hip it became necessary to make small incisions requiring the use of appropriate equipment combined with the full knowledge of the local anatomy.
Mini-invasive surgery requires the surgeon to perfectly set up the indications for surgery and to know the exact loco-regional anatomy unique to each patient he treats. Methods must be very precise and deserve visual explanations to help teach the young surgeon.
In this book, the different surgical approaches to the hip are presented in terms of their anatomical specifications and indications. Films of these different operations were performed by international specialist authors and some of these images are used to explain the surgical technique described in the book.
The very didactic and visual presentation based on operative films is very helpful for the understanding of these methods.
Content Level » Professional/practitioner
Keywords » hip - mini-invasive surgery - orthopaedic surgery
Related subjects » Medicine - Orthopedics - Surgery
Table of contents
Total hip arthroplasty through an Anterior Hueter Minimally Invasive approach on Orthopaedic Table.- Total hip arthroplasty Navigated through an Anterior Hueter Minimally Invasive approach on Orthopaedic Table.- MIS of the Hip through an Anterior approach on Lateral position.- MIS of the Hip through Smith Petersen approach on lateral position with mini-stem.- MIS of the Hip through anterior approach. Approach on Supine position.- MIS of the Hip through Watson Jones approach on Supine position.- MIS of the Hip through a Trans-trochant. Approach on Lateral position.- MIS of the Hip through a Direct Lateral approach on lateral position.- MIS of the Hip through Mini post approach on Lateral position.- MIS Hip resurfacing through an anterior approach on Supine position.- MIS Hip resurfacing posterior approach.- MIS and CAS with posterior approach.- Mini Stem with CAS.