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Joint replacement arthroplasty /
[edited by] Bernard F. Morrey ; section editors, Kai-Nan An ... [et al.].
edition
3rd ed.
imprint
Philadelphia, PA : Churchill Livingstone, c2003.
description
xxii, 1192 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
ISBN
0443066175
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imprint
Philadelphia, PA : Churchill Livingstone, c2003.
isbn
0443066175
general note
Previous ed. entitled: Reconstructive surgery of the joints.
catalogue key
5082225
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
A Look Inside
About the Author
Author Affiliation
Bernard F. Morrey, M.D.: Professor of Orthopedics Mayo Medical School Emeritus Chairman Department of Orthopedics Mayo Clinic and Mayo Foundation Rochester, Minnesota
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Summaries
Bowker Data Service Summary
Focusing on the full spectrum of joint replacement arthroplasty, this text emphasizes contemporary surgical techniques for revision procedures for both the upper and lower extremity, and presents full-chapter coverage of the field's most relevant issues.
Main Description
Thoroughly revised and updated, the 3rd Edition provides a comprehensive overview of arthroplasty systems in use around the world, emphasizing newer surgical techniques for revision procedures for the upper and lower extremities. The experts address common clinical issues such as periprosthetic fractures, infected joints, and avascular necrosis. This book incorporates data from the Mayo Total Joint Replacement Registry- the most comprehensive repository of medical records for joint replacement- and presents full-chapter coverage of the field's most relevant issues. Focuses on joint replacement rather than all surgical repairs of the joints. Presents full-chapter coverage of each topic examined. Places an increased emphasis on surgical technique. Addresses common questions that arise in the clinical setting regarding periprosthetic fractures, infected joints, and how to handle patients with a diagnosis of avascular necrosis. Offers comprehensive coverage of the latest methods used by Mayo Clinic consultants and other key authorities worldwide. Includes coverage of coupled and uncoupled implants for elbow replacement procedures. Emphasizes newer surgical techniques for revision procedures for both the upper and lower extremity. Presents full-chapter coverage of the field's most relevant topics: Concept/Technique (for Replacement Procedures) Revision Procedures After Total Shoulder Arthroplasty Resurfacing Options: Design/Indication/Technique/Results Acetabular Revision: Techniques & Results Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty/Bone Deficiency Features new chapters: Perioperative Mortality Distal Radioulnar Joint Radial Head Replacement Elbow Joint Replacement for Traumatic Conditions Resurfacing Options for Hip Joint Replacement Vascular Injuries After Total Hip Arthroplasty and Mobile Bearing Knee With 64 additional contributing experts.
Table of Contents
General Information
The History of Joint Replacement Arthroplastyp. 3
Polymethylmethacrylatep. 7
Metallic Alloysp. 19
The History of Improved Ultra-High-Molecular-Weight Polyethylene: Past, Present, and Futurep. 28
The Articulationp. 34
Individual Host Response to Foreign Materialsp. 45
Oncogenesis and Foreign Materialsp. 51
Transfusion Medicine and Orthopedic Surgeryp. 58
Blood and Blood Productsp. 58
The Cardiac Patientp. 68
Pulmonary Disease and Surgeryp. 72
The Diabetic Patientp. 75
Care and Evaluation of the Patient with Renal Diseasep. 77
Prevention of Prosthetic Joint Infectionp. 79
Venous Thromboembolism and Total Hip or Knee Replacement Surgeryp. 92
Anesthetic Considerationsp. 104
Perioperative Mortality Associated with Hip and Knee Arthroplastyp. 119
Outcome Studies, Measurement Tools, and Impairment Evaluation After Joint Replacementp. 128
Statistical Considerationsp. 134
The Hand and Wrist
Anatomy and Surgical Approachesp. 141
Practical Biomechanicsp. 152
Arthroplasty of the Proximal Interphalangeal Jointp. 163
Arthroplasty of the Metacarpophalangeal Jointp. 175
Arthroplasty of the Thumb Axisp. 204
The Distal Radioulnar Jointp. 226
Arthroplasty of the Wristp. 244
The Elbow
Anatomy and Surgical Approachesp. 269
Relevant Biomechanicsp. 286
Radial Head Prosthetic Replacementp. 294
Resurfacing Elbow Replacement Arthroplastyp. 303
Semiconstrained Total Elbow Replacement: Indications and Surgical Techniquep. 316
Results of Semiconstrained Replacement for Rheumatoid Arthritisp. 329
Semiconstrained Elbow Replacement: Results in Traumatic Conditionsp. 338
Complications of Total Elbow Arthroplastyp. 352
The Treatment of the Infected Total Elbow Arthroplastyp. 379
Revision/Salvage Total Elbow Arthroplastyp. 389
The Shoulder
Shoulder Arthroplasty: Anatomy and Surgical Approachesp. 407
Relevant Biomechanicsp. 423
Arthroplasty for Acute Fractures of the Proximal Humerusp. 430
Shoulder Arthroplasty for Arthritisp. 438
Shoulder Arthroplasty for Osteonecrosisp. 450
Shoulder Arthroplasty for Cuff-tear Arthropathyp. 459
Rotator Cuff Deficiencyp. 464
Bone Deficiency in Total Shoulder Arthroplastyp. 470
Arthroscopy for Shoulder Arthritis and Applications to Shoulder Arthroplastyp. 478
Shoulder Component Design and Fixationp. 494
Rehabilitation and Activities After Shoulder Arthroplastyp. 502
Results of Shoulder Arthroplastyp. 511
Complications in Shoulder Arthroplastyp. 521
Revision Shoulder Arthroplastyp. 543
The Hip
Historical Perspective of Hip Arthroplastyp. 557
Anatomy and Surgical Approachesp. 566
Biomechanicsp. 594
Cemented Acetabular Componentsp. 602
Uncemented Acetabular Componentsp. 609
Cemented Femoral Componentsp. 617
Uncemented Femoral Componentsp. 637
Resurfacing Hip Arthroplastyp. 657
Conservative Replacement Designs: Metaphyseal Fixed Implantsp. 669
Arthroplasty for Developmental Hip Dysplasiap. 681
The Young Patient: Indications and Resultsp. 696
Proximal Femoral Deformityp. 708
Proximal Femoral Fracturep. 722
Prosthetic Replacement for Intertrochanteric Fracture and Intertrochanteric Nonunionp. 733
Total Hip Arthroplasty After Acetabular Fracturep. 744
Avascular Necrosisp. 752
Parkinson's Diseasep. 770
Hip Arthroplasty in Paget's Diseasep. 774
Neoplasms: Primary Pathologic Conditionsp. 783
Neoplasms: Metastatic Diseasep. 793
Evaluation of the Painful Total Hip Arthroplastyp. 811
Acetabular Revision: Techniques and Resultsp. 824
Femoral Revision Without Structural Augmentationp. 844
Diagnosis and Treatment of the Infected Hip Arthroplastyp. 856
Dislocationp. 875
Ectopic Bonep. 891
Periprosthetic Fractures Associated with Hip Arthroplastyp. 902
Nerve Palsy After Total Hip Arthroplastyp. 920
Vascular Injuries Associated with Hip Arthroplastyp. 928
Leg Length Inequalityp. 935
The Knee
Anatomy and Surgical Approachesp. 945
Biomechanics of the Kneep. 960
Biomechanics and Design of Artificial Knee Jointsp. 968
Posterior Cruciate Ligament Retaining Total Knee Arthroplastyp. 976
Posterior Cruciate-Substituting and-Sacrificing Total Knee Arthroplastyp. 982
Uncemented Total Knee Arthroplastyp. 993
Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplastyp. 1002
Mobile-Bearing Kneep. 1013
Managing Deformity: Total Knee Arthroplasty Techniquesp. 1023
Extensor Mechanism Problems Following Total Knee Arthroplastyp. 1036
Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty: Techniques and Resultsp. 1053
Management of the Infected Total Knee Arthroplastyp. 1070
The Foot and Ankle
Anatomy and Surgical Approachesp. 1093
Biomechanicsp. 1110
Prosthetic Intervention of the Great Toep. 1121
Ankle Replacement Arthroplastyp. 1133
Complications of Replacement Arthroplasty of the Anklep. 1151
Indexp. 1173
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