1st Edition

Hip Replacement Current Trends and Controversies

By Raj K. Sinha Copyright 2002
    448 Pages
    by CRC Press

    444 Pages
    by CRC Press

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    Hip Replacement offers useful strategies to

  • choose the appropriate biomaterials and implant structure
  • avoid complications in hip replacement surgery
  • analyze the bone-biomaterial interface
  • perform difficult hip reconstructions
  • track in vivo performance of hip prosthetics
  • inhibit implant loosening and the formation of wear debris
  • classify acetabular defects for surgical revisions
    Providing nearly 200 figures, pictures, and micrographs to clarify surgical procedures, Hip Replacement is a timely and state-of-the-art guide for orthopaedic and hip replacement surgeons; geriatricians; biomedical, biomaterials, and chemical engineers and bioengineers; physical, materials, biological, and polymer scientists; and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines.
  • Alternate Bearing Surfaces in Hip Replacement
    Orhun K. Muratoglu and Steven M. Kurtz
    Cementless Femoral Stem Design
    Robert B. Bourne
    Cemented Stems
    Steven M. Dellose, Andrew H. Kim, and Raj K. Sinha
    Cemented Acetabular Components
    Hugh U. Cameron
    Biological Fixation in Hip Replacement
    Noreen J. Hickok, James J. Purtill, Michele Marcolongo, and Rocky S. Tuan
    Osteolysis in Total Hip Arthroplasty: Biological and Clinical Aspects
    Gun-Il Im, Rajiv K. Sethi, Harry E. Rubash, and Arun S. Shanbhag
    Revision Arthroplasty of the Acetabulum with Restoration of Bone Stock
    Allan E. Gross
    Revision of the Femoral Component
    Raj K. Sinha
    Surface Arthroplasty of the Hip Revisited: Current Indications and Surgical Technique
    Paul E. Beaulé and Harlan C. Amstutz
    Treatment of the Infected Total Hip Arthroplasty
    David J. Dunlop, Bassam A. Masri, Donald S. Garbuz, Nelson V. Greidanus, and Clive P. Duncan
    Hip Arthroscopy
    James T. Ninomiya
    Computer-Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery for the Hip
    Anthony M. DiGioia III, Frederic Picard, Branislav Jaramaz, James Moody, and Anton Plakseychuk
    A Five-Step Approach to Preoperative Planning in Total Hip Arthroplasty
    Rajit Saluja, Rohit R. Dhir, and William L. Bargar