This book provides clear instruction on the surgical treatment of joint problems in adult hemophilia patients. The procedures applicable to specific joints, including the shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, and ankle, are carefully reviewed with the aid of high-quality illustrations. The surgical treatment of articular hemophilic pseudotumors and bone cysts is also considered. In addition, clinically relevant information is provided on a range of topics, such as the treatment of hemophilic hemarthroses, the imaging of hemophilic joints, hematological perioperative management, anesthesia, rehabilitation, and pharmacoeconomics. Finally, the controversial issues of postoperative thromboembolic prophylaxis and the role of COX-2 inhibitors in hemophiliacs are reviewed. The guidance provided draws on both the authors’ extensive personal experience and an in-depth review of the pertinent literature. The book offers an excellent, up-to-date account of knowledge on musculoskeletal problems and approaches to joint surgery in adults with hemophilia. It will be of value to orthopedic surgeons, rehabilitation physicians, hematologists, radiologists, and pharmacy researchers.
- Provides clear instruction on the management of joint problems in adult hemophilia patients
- Reviews surgical approaches to the most important joints affected by hemophilia, including shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, and ankle
- Written by experts with extensive experience in the treatment of patients with hemophilia
Table of Contents
1 Musculoskeletal manifestations of hemophilia.- 2 Hematological concepts and hematological perioperative treatment.- 3 Hemophilic hemarthroses: diagnosis and management.- 4 Imaging of the hemophilic joints.- 5 Shoulder surgery in hemophilia.- 6 Elbow surgery in hemophilia.-7 Hip surgery in hemophilia.- 8 Knee surgery in hemophilia.- 9 Advanced hemophilic arthropathy of the ankle: total ankle replacement or ankle fusion?.- 10 Articular pseudotumors and bone cysts in the adult hemophilic patient.- 11 Orthopedic surgery in hemophilia: Is thromboprophylaxis necessary?.- 12 Rehabilitation after joint surgery in hemophiliacs.- 13 The analgesic efficacy of a COX-2 inhibitor (oral celecoxib) in adult hemophilic patients and intense joint pain secondary to advanced hemophilic arthropathy.- 14 Anesthesia in orthopaedic surgery of adult hemophilic patients.- 15 Pharmacoeconomics of orthopaedic surgery in hemophilia.