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Techniques in Revision Hip and Knee Arthroplasty

ISBN: 9781455723683
ISBN: 9781455723683

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Techniques in Revision Hip and Knee Arthroplasty is the one authoritative volume that gives you an efficient, problem-based approach to revision arthroplasty of both the hip and knee. Dr. Giles Scuderi and other leading experts from North America and Western Europe present their favored surgical procedures and post-surgical management strategies in this straightforward, heavily illustrated, video-intensive reference. It?s your one-stop, go-to guide for successful revision surgery for a myriad of complications, such as implant loosening, polyethylene wear, osteolysis, or infection of the hip and knee.


Section 1: Evaluation of the Painful TKA

1. The Economics of Revision TKA

2. History and Physical Examination

3. Aspiration and Serology Tests

4. Imaging

5. An Algorithmic Approach

Section 2: Surgical Approaches

6. Medial Arthrotomy

7. Quad Snip

8. V-Y Quad Turndown

9. Tibial Tubercle Osteotomy

10. Exposure for Revision TKA: Case Presentations

Section 3: Implant Removal

11. Implant Removal

Section 4: Principles of Revision TKA

12. Principles of Revision TKA

13. Revising the Failed Unicondylar Knee

Section 5: Management of the Stiff Knee

14. Manipulation

15. Non-Revision Surgery

16. Revision TKA

Section 6: Management of Instability

17. Balancing the Gaps in Revision TKA

18. Use of Constrained Implants

19. Use of Hinge Implants

Section 7: Management of Bone Defects

20. Classification of Bone Defects

21. Management of Bone Defects in Revision Total Knee with Bone Graft

22. Bone Graft

22A – Impaction Bone Graft

22B – Structural Bone Graft

23. Megaprosthesis of the Knee

Section 8: Management of the Extensor Mechanism

24. Patella Instability

25. Patella Component Loosening

26. Patella Bone Loss

26A – Bone Defects and Modularity

26B – Bone Graft

26C – Augmentation

27. Patella Tendon Rupture – Acute and Chronic

28. Quad Tendon Rupture – Acute and Chronic

29. 29A – Classification of periprosthetic femur fractures

29B – Classification of Periprosthetic Tibia Fractures

Section 9: Management of Periprosthetic Fractures

30. Treatment of periprosthetic fractures around total knee arthroplasty

31. Classification and treatment of patella fractures

Section 10: Management of the Infected TKA

32. Overview of the Microbiology

33. Two Stage Revision

33A – Mobile Spacer

33B – Static Spacer

34. Alternative Treatment – Irrigation and Debridement

35. One Stage Revision

Section 11: Wound Complications

36. Wound Management

37. Soft Tissue Coverage

Section 12: Pre-operative Evaluation of the Failed THA

38. Evaluation of Failed THA: History and Physical Exam

39. Mechanisms of Failure: Indications for Revision

40. MRI imaging of the Painful THA

41. Case Presentations: Criteria of Implant Stability (Cemented/Cementless)

Section 13: Assessment of Bone Loss

42. Acetabular Bone Loss: Case Presentations

43. Acetabular Bone Loss Classification

44. Recommended Acetabular Reconstruction Options

45. Surgical Techniques: Socket Removal

Section 14: Femoral Bone Loss: Case Presentations

46. Femoral Bone Loss

47. Femoral Component Removal

48. Femoral Reconstruction Options In Revision Hip Arthroplasty

Section 15: Surgical Approaches

49. Posterolateral Approach

50. Direct Lateral Approach

51. Direct Anterior Approach

52. Trochanteric Osteotomy/Slide/ETO

53. Exposure for Revision THA: Case Presentations

Section 16: The Acetabulum

Case Presentations:

54. Management of Cavitary Defects

55. Management of Segmental/Column Defects

56. Management of Protrusio Defects

57. Landmarks to Determine Anatomic Hip Center of Rotation

58. Surgical Techniques: Jumbo Socket

59A. Acetabular reconstructive options

59B Surgical Techniques: Metal Augments

Section 17: Revision of the Femur

60. Cemented Femoral Revision in Total Hip Arthroplasty: Indications, Technique and Results

Section 18: Indications of Modular Cementless Fixation – SROM

61. Case Presentations

62. Modular Cementless Fixation – Proximal Porous Coated Modular Stems: Surgical Technique

Section 19: Extensively Porous Coated Cylindrical

63. Case Presentations

64. Surgical Technique

65. Modular Taper Implants – Case Presentations, Surgical Technique

66. Megaprosthesis of the Hip

Section 20: Special Considerations

67. Conversion THA from Prior Surgery

68. Management of Recurrent Hip Instability

69. Management of Wear/Osteolysis

70. Management of Thigh Pain

71. Periprosthetic Femur Fractures Associated with Total Hip Arthroplasty

72. Peri-prosthetic Fractures

73. Revision of Articular Bearing Complications

73A – Revisions of Metal on Metal Hip Resurfacings and Total Hip Arthroplasties

73B – Ceramic-Ceramic

Section 21: Management of the Infected THA

74. History and Diagnostic Testing

75. One-Stage Revision THA

76. Two-Stage Revision THA