1st Edition

Hip Preservation Techniques

Edited By K. Mohan Iyer Copyright 2019
    262 Pages
    by CRC Press

    262 Pages 120 Color & 108 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    262 Pages 120 Color & 108 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    Hip Preservation Techniques explores hip problems and presents and compares alternative protocols for treating the condition in children, adolescents, young adults, and adults. While poor long-term outcomes of arthroplasty have led to an increasing dependence on procedures to conserve the native hip, preservation surgery may maintain or protect a hip and prevent or delay the need for arthroplasty. Well-established techniques such as cartilage restoration and use of tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cells are presented, and conceptually different procedures such as Bernese peri-acetabular osteotomy, Salter’s and Pemberton’s osteotomy are also discussed. This book will be useful for medical students, residents and consultants with an interest in hip preservation surgery.

    Key Features

    • Explores the emerging concepts in hip preservation surgery with a concise and to-the-point approach

    • Discusses digital templating in total hip arthroplasty

    • Examines the anterior approach to the hip for a minimally invasive prosthesis

    • Offers a comprehensive coverage of the topic through beautiful illustrations

    1.Hip Preservation Techniques.2. Cartilage restoration technique of the hip. 3. Clinical use of tissue-derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells. 4. Biomechanics of the hip. 5. History of Osteotomies around the Hip Joint and their classification. 6. Salter’s Osteotomy and Dega Osteotomy. 7. Pemberton’s Osteotomy. 8. Triple Innominate Osteotomy (Steel). 9. Ganz Osteotomy: Periacetabular Osteotomy. 10. The Staheli Shelf Procedure. 11. Chiari Osteotomy. 12. Pelvic support osteotomy: The Schanz method. 13. Lorenz Bifurcation Osteotomy. 14. Femoral Valgus Osteotomy in children. 15. Femoral varus Osteotomy in children. 16. Three dimensional trochanteric osteotomy for SCFE based on flexion Osteotomy Adult hip preservation Techniques. 17. Challenges in Subtrochanteric Femur Fracture Management in adultsin Orthopedics. 18. Valgus Osteotomy for non-unions of fracture neck of Femur. 19. McMurray’s Osteotomy. 20. Pauwel's osteotomy21. Dickson’s High Geometric Osteotomy22. Girdlestone Resection Arthroplasty. 23. Transtrochanteric Anterior Rotational Osteotomy of Sugioka. 24. Hip reconstruction osteotomy by Ilizarov method as a salvage option for abnormal hip joints. 25. Ilizarov hip reconstruction osteotomy for neglected dislocation of the hip in young adults. 26. Arthroscopic hip preservation surgery. 27. Emerging Concepts in Hip Preservation Surgery. 28. The anterior approach to the hip for a minimally invasive prosthesis. 29. Digital templating in total hip arthroplasty,by Digital Templating in Total Hip Arthroplasty. 30. Safe Surgical Dislocation for Hip Joint Preservation surgery. 31. Endoscopic Shelf Acetabuloplasty Combined with Labral Repair, Cam Osteochondroplasty, and Capsular Plication for Treating Developmental Hip Dysplasia. 32. Osteotomy to Correct Unstable Intertrochanteric Fractures



    Dr K. Mohan Iyer did his MCPS (1971) from the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Mumbai, India; MBBS (1971) from the University of Mumbai; D’Orth. and FCPS Orth. (1975) from the College of Physicians and Surgeons; MS Orth. (1978) from the University of Mumbai; and M. Ch. Orth. (1981) from the University of Liverpool, UK. During this time, he wrote three theses on fractures of the patella, excision arthroplasty of the elbow, and excision of the trapezium for carpometacarpal arthritis of the thumb.

    Hip Preservation Techniques has been edited laboriously by Dr. K. Mohan Iyer. This book is a comprehensive guide on various preservation techniques of the hip to provide comfort to the patients (especially the younger ones) and to avoid or alleviate the need for arthroplasty, shortly.This book covers a wide variety of surgical procedures of the hip, to conserve or preserve the hip joint in younger patients, such as cartilage restoring techniques, mesenchymal cell therapy, hip arthroscopy, minimally invasive, and open procedures. This is a comfortable read with numerous illustrations and is useful for the medical and postgraduate student, clinicians, and researchers.

    Raju Vaishya
    Department of Orthopaedics and Joint Replacement Surgery, Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi, India