Part I. Anatomy of the hip and its surgical application.- Surgical Anatomy of the Hip.- The minimally invasive direct anterior approach to the hip.- Part II. Maturity disorders of the hip.- Hip dysplasia: Osteotomies around the hip in childhood.- Pelvic osteotomies: The Periacetabular Osteotomy Technique for Patients with Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip.- Navigated Rotational Acetabular Osteotomy.- Part III. Arthroscopy of the hip.- Hip arthroscopy and impingement.- Evolution, Current Concepts and Future Developments in Arthroscopic Surgery of the Hip.- Current concepts in the management of femoroacetabular impingement.- Part IV Osteonecrosis of the femoral head: Promising hip preservation surgery techniques.- Current state of diagnosis and treatment of osteonecrosis of the femoral head.- Femoral Osteotomies for Osteonecrosis of the Femoral Head.- Stem cell therapy for the treatment of hip osteonecrosis.- Alternative Head Preserving Procedure for Osteonecrosis of the Femoral Head: Tissue Engineering, Future Perspective.- Part V. Arthritis of the hip: Primary hip arthroplasty.- Ceramic-on-ceramic Total Hip Arthroplasty.- Highly cross-linked polyethylene bearing.- Metal-on-metal Total Hip Arthroplasty.- First experience with ceramic-on-ceramic hip resurfacing.- Cup positioning using anatomical landmarks of the acetabulum.- Intra-operative measurement of cementless stem anteversion.- Part VI Arthritis of the hip: Revision Hip Arthroplasty.- Triflange cup and 3D-printing.- Trochanteric osteotomy.- Acetabular defects and their treatment.- Surgical Management of Femoral Bone Loss.
This book describes current and emerging techniques in hip surgery, providing the essential, up-to-date knowledge that will be required by the orthopaedic surgeon who plans to become a specialist hip surgeon.
The opening chapter offers a concise overview of the surgical anatomy, with particular attention to details relevant to the surgical techniques outlined in the book. The increasingly popular anterior minimally invasive approach to the hip and a microinvasive variation of this approach are then described. Subsequent chapters present surgical approaches to developmental disorders of the hip, including dysplasia and femoroacetabular impingement, and promising hip preservation techniques for avascular necrosis of the hip - an often neglected but internationally relevant disease that can mutilate the hip in young patients.
Finally, the latest techniques and implants for primary and revision hip arthroplasty are discussed in depth. The international author team consists of recognized leaders in the field, many of whom have developed the described classifications and new surgical techniques.
Wolf R. Drescher, MD, PhD, is Head of the Joint Replacement Center and the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery of the Lower Limb and Arthroplasty, Rummelsberg Hospital, Schwarzenbruck, Germany. After graduating from Medical School at the University of Dusseldorf in 1997, he gained his PhD from Aarhus University, Denmark and completed his board certification as a specialist in orthopaedics in Kiel in 2005. He was appointed as an Associate Professor by RWTH University, Aachen, in 2011. Dr. Drescher is Past-President of ARCO (Association Research Circulation Osseous) and Chairman of VLOU Bavaria (VLOU is the German association for leading orthopaedic and trauma surgeons). His clinical focuses are hip and knee arthroplasty, joint-preserving surgery of the lower limb, and avascular necrosis of the hip, while his research fields include pathogenesis and treatment of osteonecrosis, minimally invasive arthroplasty, short stems, and fast track surgery. He is an editorial board member for Hip and Pelvis (journal of the Korean Hip Society).
Kyung-Hoi (Kay) Koo, MD, PhD, is Director of the Joint Disease and Arthroplasty Center, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Seongnam, South Korea and a Professor in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Seoul National University College of Medicine. Dr. Koo graduated from Seoul National University College of Medicine in 1982 and then specialized in skeletal radiology and orthopaedic surgery. He is a Former President of ARCO (Association Research Circulation Osseous), current President of the Korean Hip Society, and an international member of the American Academy of Hip and Knee Surgeons (AAHKS). His special areas of interest include the pathophysiology of osteonecrosis, joint-preserving operations, and hip replacement arthroplasty. Dr. Koo is an editorial board member for The Bone & Joint Journal, the Journal of Korean Medical Science, and the Journal of Hip Surgery. He has authored 214 articles in peer-reviewed journals and is co-editor of the previous Springer book Osteonecrosis (2014).
Russell E. Windsor, MD is an Attending Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City and is also a Professor of Clinical Surgery (Orthopaedics) at Weill-Cornell Medicine. Dr. Windsor graduated from Georgetown University Medical School in 1978 and completed Orthopaedic Surgery residency at the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center in 1983. He was awarded a Fellowship in Knee Reconstructive surgery under the mentorship of John Insall MD at the Hospital for Special Surgery graduating in 1984. He has been on the staff at Hospital for Special Surgery since 1985. He was president of the American Knee Society in 2005. Besides the American Knee Society, he is also a member of the European Knee Society (EKS), American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons (AAHKS) and International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine (ISAKOS). He has authored over 100 articles, and has lectured worldwide on hip and knee replacement techniques