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First edition (2013)
ROSSI R., CASTOLDI F.
A volume of 174 pages with 191 colour and b/white figures and 10 tables
Advanced Orthopaedics Surgery - Series edited by Rossi R.
This book is intended to be a practical reference for students, residents, fellows and attending surgeons engaged in the treatment of patients who have undergone hip replacement surgery. The text uses “how to” approach for many of the complex issues in total hip arthroplasty. It is devoted to issues relating to primary total hip arthroplasty – from simple to the most complex. The first part of the book includes surgical approaches and outlining tips and pearls during the surgical procedure. Part of chapters emphasizes topics such as limb length, instability and position/orientation of the implant, type of fixation.
The last part of the chapters shows “how to” perform primary total hip replacement in different types of arthritis, post-traumatic, DDH, post-osteotomies and post-arthrodesis.
Mini-incision posterolateral total hip arthroplasty: surgical technique
Direct anterior approach to the hip
Tips and pearls in primary total hip arthroplasty
Limb Length in Primary THA
Metal on metal hip resurfacing: indications and surgical technique
Prevention of THA instability
Position and orientation of the cup
Position and orientation of the stem
Computer assisted prosthetic hip surgery
The cemented acetabular component
The cemented stem: tried and true
Total hip replacement: uncemented cup
Rationale of cementless fixation
Total hip arthroplasty in post-traumatic conditions
Total hip replacement in developmental dysplasia of the hip
Total hip arthroplasty after osteotomies
Total arthroplasty after arthrodesis of the hip