ABOUT THIS BOOK
- Handy volume on a specific topic seldom addressed in the literature
- Detailed analysis of available hip arthroplasty techniques
- More than 180 images and numerous case studies
Congenital hip disease (CHD) is the main cause of secondary osteoarthritis (OA) of the hip in young adults, which accounts for almost 40% of all cases of hip OA. Total hip replacement (THR) performed using optimal techniques can achieve a radical improvement in the quality of life of adult patients. This book offers in-depth coverage of all aspects of CHD in adults and its treatment. Relevant information is first provided on the basic anatomy of the hip and OA of the hip and on the classification, epidemiology, and natural history of CHD. The now limited role of femoral and pelvic osteotomies is carefully evaluated, and the use of THR is then considered in detail. Indications and preoperative planning are discussed, and the available operative techniques, analyzed. Clear guidance is provided on overcoming major technical difficulties, and the benefits of particular approaches and techniques are highlighted. More than 180 images and numerous case studies complement this reader-friendly text. The book will be an invaluable tool for orthopedic surgeons, rheumatologists and radiologists.
Content Level » Professional/practitioner
Keywords » Cotyloplasty - Dislocation of the hip - Dysplasia of the hip - Osteoarthritis - Total hip arthroplasty
Related subjects » Orthopedics - Rheumatology - Surgery
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 The Hip: Basic Anatomy.- 2 Osteoarthritis of the Hip.- 3 Congenital Hip Disease: General Aspects, Terminology and Classification.- 4 Epidemiology, Demographics and Natural History.- 5 Treatment Options except Total Hip Replacement (THR): Conservative management and Osteotomies.- 6 Total Hip Replacement (THR): Indications and Preoperative Assessment.- 7 Technical Considerations.- 8 Complications and Results.- 9 Presentation of Difficult Cases.- 10 Timing for Revision.- 11 Quality of Life after Total Hip Replacement.- 12 Conclusive Messages.