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The Obscure Sacroiliac Joint
Insights into anatomy, biomechanics, etiology and the treatment of mechanical dysfunction

Edited By

Niels Hammer




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ISBN 9781032387062
December 6, 2022 Forthcoming by CRC Press
130 Pages 52 Color & 19 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This book summarises contemporary basic science understanding of sacroiliac joint anatomy, biomechanics, and disease with related changes in the joint. It provides great insight into emerging and promising therapeutic options. Combining established concepts and recent findings on the sacroiliac joint, together with research advances made over the last 25 years, this illustrated text will appeal to pain therapists, orthopedic practitioners, spine surgeons, sacroiliac joint surgeons, physiotherapists, and general practitioners.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1: MORPHOLOGY OF THE SACROILIAC JOINT

Niels Hammer & Amélie Poilliot

1.1 EMBRYOLOGY

1.2 CLASSIFICATION OF THE SACROILIAC JOINT

1.3 ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASPECTS AND SEXUAL DIMORPHISM OF THE HUMAN PELVIS

1.4 CARTILAGE ANATOMY

1.5 OSSEOUS ANATOMY

1.6 LIGAMENTOUS ANATOMY

1.7 VASCULAR ANATOMY

1.8 INNERVATION

1.9 MYOFASCIAL CONNECTIONS

1.10 JOINT HISTOLOGY

1.10.1 Bones of the sacroiliac joint

1.10.2 Auricular surface cartilage

1.10.3 Ligaments

1.10.4 Adipose tissue

1.10.5 Innervation of the sacroiliac joint complex

REFERENCES

CHAPTER 2: BIOMECHANICS OF THE SACROILIAC JOINT

Niels Hammer & Amélie Poilliot

2.1 NORMAL SACROILIAC KINEMATICS – ROTATION, TRANSLATION, NUTATION AND INTEGRATION IN TWO-LEG STANCE

Jennifer Saunders

2.2 ALTERED LOADING PATTERNS IN SINGLE LEG STANCE AND WHEN WALKING

2.3 IMPLICATIONS FOR BIOMECHANICS: PREMATURE DEGENERATION OR FUNCTIONAL ADAPTATION?

2.4 DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF SACROILIAC JOINT PAIN

2.4.1 The subchondral bone lamella in sacroiliac joint dysfunction

2.4.2 Ligament alterations in sacroiliac joint dysfunction

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CHAPTER 3: DIAGNOSIS OF SACROILIAC JOINT DYSFUNCTION

Amélie Poilliot & Britt Stuge

3.1 IMAGING IN SACROILIAC JOINT PAIN DIAGNOSIS

3.2 PALPATION AND PAIN PROVOCATION TESTING

Niels Hammer & Amélie Poilliot

3.3 FLUOROSCOPICALLY GUIDED SACROILIAC JOINT INJECTIONS

Amélie Poilliot

3.4 SYMPTOMS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF SACROILIAC JOINT DYSFUNCTION

Niels Hammer, Daisuke Kurosawa & Amélie Poilliot

REFERENCES

CHAPTER 4: TREATMENT OF SACROILIAC JOINT DYSFUNCTION

Amélie Poilliot

4.1 MANUAL REHABILITATION THERAPY

Amélie Poilliot

4.1.1 Osteopathic manipulative treatment

Amélie Poilliot

4.1.2 Physiotherapy

Britt Stuge

4.1.3 Pelvic orthotics

Niels Hammer & Amélie Poilliot

4.2 OTHER NON-SURGICAL TREATMENT OPTIONS

Amélie Poilliot

4.2.1 Prolotherapy

Jennifer Saunders

4.2.2 Cryoanalgesia

Amélie Poilliot

4.2.3 Radiofrequency ablation

Amélie Poilliot

REFERENCES

CHAPTER 5: SACROILIAC JOINT SURGERY

5.1 ANTERIOR APPROACH

Daisuke Kurosawa

5.1.1 Equipment and preoperative planning Daisuke Kurosawa

5.1.2 Surgical procedure Daisuke Kurosawa

5.1.3 Associated risks Daisuke Kurosawa

5.2 POSTERIOR APPROACH: ARTHRODESIS WITH PSIS PENETRATING TECHNIQUE FOR THE PRESERVATION OF POSTERIOR LIGAMENTS Daisuke Kurosawa

5.2.1 Equipment and preoperative planning Daisuke Kurosawa

5.2.2 Surgical procedure Daisuke Kurosawa

5.2.3 Associated risks Daisuke Kurosawa

5.3 POSTERIOR APPROACH: DISTRACTION INTERFERENCE TECHNIQUE Julius Dengler

5.3.1 Equipment and preoperative planning Julius Dengler

5.3.2 Surgical procedure Julius Dengler

5.3.3 Associated risks Julius Dengler

5.4 LATERAL APPROACH Julius Dengler

5.4.1 Equipment and preoperative planning Julius Dengler

5.4.2 Surgical procedure Julius Dengler

5.4.3 Associated risks Julius Dengler

5.5 PITFALLS OF SACROILIAC JOINT ARTHRODESIS IN PATIENTS WITH SACRAL by Daisuke Kurosawa

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Editor(s)

Biography

 

Prof. Niels Hammer, MD, Dr. habil.

Gottfried Schatz Research Center, Division of Macroscopic and Clinical Anatomy, Medical University of Graz, Graz, Austria

Department of Orthopedic, Trauma, and Plastic Surgery, University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany

 

 

Prof. Julius Dengler, MD, Dr. habil.

Department of Neurosurgery, Helios Clinic, Bad Saarow, Germany

Brandenburg Medical School Theodor Fontane, Campus Bad Saarow, Bad Saarow, Germany

Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology, Medical Engineering, Dresden, Germany

 

Dr. Daisuke Kurosawa, MD

Department of Orthopedic Surgery / Japan Sacroiliac Joint and Low Back Pain Center, JCHO Sendai Hospital, Sendai, Japan

 

Dr. Amélie Poilliot, PhD

Anatomical Institute, University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland

Associate Professor Jennifer Saunders, MB BS, FACSEP

Sydney School of Medicine University of Notre Dame Sydney, Australia

 

Dr. Britt Stuge, PT, PhD

Division of Orthopedic Surgery, Oslo University Hospital, Oslo, Norway