Edited by two leading orthopedic surgeons who are specialists in the treatment of hemophilia, Orthopedic Surgery in Patients with Hemophilia shows all the surgical techniques needed for surgical treatment of musculoskeletal complications of hemophilia. A practical guide, designed for use on the ward or in the office, this book draws on the experience of numerous specialists worldwide, from developed and developing countries. As well as orthopedic surgery, it also covers research, hematology, and rehabilitation. Although of primary interest to the orthopedic surgeon, rheumatologist, and physiotherapist, this book will also be relevant to the hematologist responsible for the care of the hemophiliac patient.
Written for: Orthopedic surgeons, hematologists, physiotherapists, rheumatologists
- Hemophiliac Patients
- Hemophilic cysts
- Hemophilic pseudotumors
- Orthopedic surgeon
Table of contents
1 Professor Henri Horozowski. In Memoriam.- Section I Pathogenesis.- 2 Joint Damage as a Result of Hemarthrosis.- Section II Peri-operative Management of Hemophiliac Patients.- 3 Conservative or Surgical Treatment? Motion Analysis Can Help Decide.- 4 Orthopedic Surgery in HIV-Positive Hemophiliac Patients.- 5 The Liver and Surgery.- 6 Peri-operative and Post-operative Management of Hemophiliac Patients without Inhibitors.- 7 Peri-operative and Post-operative Management of Hemophiliac Patients with Inhibitors.- 8 Postsurgical Pain.- Section III Non-surgical Procedures.- 9 Arthrocentesis.- 10 Intra-articular Hyaluronic Acid Therapy.- 11 Intra-articular Corticosteroid Therapy.- 12 Rifampicin Synoviorthesis of the Ankle Joint.- 13 Radioactive Synoviorthesis of the Knee.- Section IV Upper Limb.- 14 Arthroscopic Treatment of Hemophilic Arthropathy of the Shoulder.- 15 Radial Head Excision for Patients with Hemophilic Arthropathy of the Elbow.- 16 Tendon Lengthening in Volkmann´s Ischemic Contractures in Hemophilia.- Section V Lower Limb.- 17 Hip Osteotomy in Hemophilia.- 18 Total Hip Arthroplasty in Patients with Hemophilia.- 19 Pitfalls in Total Hip Replacement.- 20 Management of the Hemophilic Knee.- 21 Treatment of Knee Flexion Contractures using Casts and Hinges.- 22 Arthroscopic Evaluation of the Knee.- 23 Lengthening of Hamstring Tendons in Knee Flexion Contractures.- 24 Knee Osteotomy.- 25 Supracondylar Extension Osteotomy for the Treatment of Fixed Knee Flexion Contracture in Hemophiliac.- 26 Primary Total Knee Replacement.- 27 Pitfalls in Primary Total Knee Replacement.- 28 Arthroscopic Treatment of Hemophilic Arthropathy of the Ankle.- 29 Surgical Resection of Osteophyte in the Ankle Joint.- 30 Ankle Arthrodesis.- Section VI Bone Defects.- 31 Percutaneous Treatment of Hemophilic Cysts using "Fibrin Glue".-Viso.- 32 Intraosseous and Subchondral Cysts.- 33 Surgical Treatment of Hemophilic Pseudotumors.- 34 Percutaneous Treatment of Hemophilic Pseudotumors.- Section VII Traumatology.- 35 Treatment of Closed Fractures in Hemophiliac Patients.- 36 Treatment of Exposed Fractures in Hemophiliac Patients.- Conclusions.- 37 Orthopedic Surgery in Hemophiliac Patients: a Physiotherapist’s Point of View.- 38 Ten Pieces of Advice for an Orthopedic Surgeon.- Subject Index