Total hip replacements (THRs) are very successful procedures, but they eventually wear out and sometimes complications may develop, requiring a further operation – revision hip replacement. A revision or ‘re-do’ total hip replacement procedure involves the removal of the existing THR and its replacement with new components (Arthritis Research UK).
This book presents orthopaedic surgeons with the latest developments, current indications and critical issues in revision hip arthroplasty, providing in depth discussion on surgical reconstruction of the hip and basic hip joint deformities.
Part of the successful Mastering Orthopedic Techniques series, the book is highly illustrated with surgical photographs, operative diagrams and X-Ray images. Other titles in the series includeTotalHip Arthroplasty, Total Knee Arthroplasty, Spine Surgery, Intra-articular Fractures, and Knee Reconstruction.
- Complete guide to revision hip arthroplasty for orthopaedic surgeons
- Presents latest developments, current indications and critical issues
- Highly illustrated with surgical photographs, diagrams and X-Rays
- Part of the successful Mastering Orthopedic Techniques series
Why Hips Fail? (Causes, Modes Etc) 2. Imaging Of The Failed Hips- Acetabulum 3. Imaging Of The Failed Hips-Femur 4. Assessing Bone Quality Before Revision Hip Arthroplasty 5. Classification Of Osseous Defects In Revision Hip Arthroplasty 6. Soft Tissue Considerations In Revision Hip Arthroplasty 7. Ruling Out Septic Failure In THA 8. Preoperative Planning For Revision THA 9. How To Choose An Implant In Revision Hip Arthroplasty-Acetabulum 10. How To Choose An Implant In Revision Hip Arthroplasty-Femur 11. How To Choose An Approach In Revision THA 12. Modified Trochanteric Osteotomy For Revision THA 13. Extensile Approaches In Revision Hip Arthroplasty 14. Femoral Component Removal InRevision Hip Arthroplasty 15. Acetabular Component Removal In Revision Hip Arthroplasty 16. Endofemoral Cement Removal In Revision Hip Arthroplasty 17. Femoral Reconstruction In Revision Hip Arthroplasty 18. Impaction Allografting Technique 19. Cement-In-Cement Femoral Revision 20. Cemented Femoral Revisions 21. Stem Revision WithExtended Lateral Osteotomy Without Dislocating The Hip 22. Modular Stems In Femoral Revision(I) 23. Modular Femoral Component Revision(II) 24. Conversion Of Failed Hemiarthroplasty To THA 25. Acetabular Reconstruction In Revision Hip Arthroplasty-Uncemented 26. Acetabular Reconstruction In Revision Hip Arthroplasty-Cemented 27. Choosing Constraint In Revision Hip Arthroplasty 28. Role Of Cages In Revision Hip Arthroplasty 29. Management Of Bone Defects In Revision Hip Arthroplasty 30. Trabecular Metal in Revision Hip Arthroplasty 31. Management of Pelvic Discontinuity in Revision THA 32. Cup-Cage for Pelvic Discontinuity 33. Alloprosthetic Composites in Revision Hip Arthroplasty 34. Bulk Allografts-Acetabular 35. Role of Femoral Megaprosthesis In Revision Hip Arthroplasty (Including Total Femoral Replacement) 36. Revision for Infection-Two Stage 37. Revision for Infection – Single Stage 38. Revision for Instability 39. When and How To Revise For Limb Length Discrepancy 40. Revision for Periprosthetic Fractures 41.Revision THA Strategies in The Presence Of Ipsilateral TKA (Well-Functioning/Failed) 42. Role of Strut Allografts in Reconstructing Failed THA 43. Management of Trochanteric Nonunion And Abductor Insufficiency 44. Custom Implants in Revision THA 45. Computer Navigation in Revision THA 46. General Technical Tips & Postoperative Care 47. Salvage Options in Revision Hip Arthroplasty 48. Evaluation and Management of A Well Fixed Painful THA 49. Endoscopy Assisted Revision THA 50. 50 Future Trends
Rajesh Malhotra MBBS MS FRCS FACS FIMSA FICS MNASc
Professor of Orthopaedics, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India