Edited by William Hozack (Rothman Institute, USA) co-edited by Greg Deirmengian (Rothman Institute, USA).
This book provides an overview of how the Rothman Institute deals with the variety of problems associated with hip reconstruction and hip replacement.
The Rothman Institute is internationally recognized as a center of excellence
for hip reconstruction and replacement. Visitors from around the globe come
to learn how the Institute does its work. This book will provide readers the
opportunity to learn, in more detail, how the surgeons of the Institute perform
Evaluation of the Patient Presenting with Hip Pain
Non-Surgical Management of Hip Arthritis
Hip Arthroscopy — Indications, Surgical Technique, and Complications
Impingement Surgery — Indications, Surgical Technique and Complications
Pelvic Osteotomy — Indications, Surgical Technique and Complications
Total Hip Replacement — Indications and Preoperative Planning, includes Templating
Total Hip Replacement — Mini Incision and Mini Invasive Techniques, Surgical Technique
Total Hip Replacement — Cup, Femur, Soft Tissue Balancing
Total Hip Replacement — Special Cases (Deformity, Ddh, Other)
Hip Resurfacing — Indications and Surgical Technique
Postoperative Management Protocols for THA
Medical Complications of THA — Management
Orthopedic Complications Of THA — Management
Revision Hip Replacement — Preoperative Planning
Revision Hip Replacement — Extensile Surgical Exposures
Acetabular Hip Revision Surgical Techniques
Femoral Hip Revision Surgical Technique
Readership: Orthopedic Surgeons and Residents in-training.