Autor(es): TANZER
Editorial: AAOS
Fecha de publicación: octubre 2018
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Explore the many changes in hip and knee arthroplasty in recent years with completelynew information on implants, bearing surfaces, surgical approaches, alternate approaches, risk reduction, and blood management. Expand your knowledgewith the standard in adult hip and knee reconstruction, whileyou advance patient care withthe best practices available.

Developed in partnership with The Hip Societyand The Knee Society, this comprehensive update examines current research and reviews of the most relevant topics chosen by recognized authorities. Find a wealth of information on cutting-edge developmentsand approaches for surgically challenging conditions.

Orthopaedic surgeons with a specialty interest in hip and kneereconstruction, and physicians and allied health interestedin staying up-to-date onbest practices will benefit from thisedition. Residents in training can review key topicspaired with helpful guidelines and images.

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Section 1 - Hipand Knee
Editors: Michael A. Mont,MD and Michael Tanzer, MD, FRCSC

Chapter 1. Imaging of the Hip and Knee for Primary and Revision Arthroplasty
Luis F. Pulido, MD; Stephen J. Incavo,MD

Chapter 2. Perioperative Assessment and Management
Jay R. Lieberman, MD; Ram K. Alluri, MD

Chapter 3. Blood Management
Yatin Kirane, MD, PhD; Fred D. Cushner,MD

Chapter 4. Osteonecrosis ofthe Hip and Knee
Nirav K. Patel, MD, FRCS; Jaydev B. Mistry, MD; Randa K. Elmallah, MD; Morad Chughtai, MD;James Nace, DO, MPT; Michael A. Mont, MD

Chapter 5. Economics and Cost Implications of Total Hip and Total Knee Arthroplasty
Richard Iorio, MD; Feroz Osmani,BS; Savyasachi C. Thakkar,MD

Chapter 6. National Joint Registries
Daniel J. Berry, MD; David G. Lewallen,MD; Fares S. Haddad, MD

Section 2 - Knee
Editor: Michael A. Mont, MD

Chapter 7. Biomechanics ofthe Knee
Gregory A. Tocks, DO; William A. Jiranek,MD; Jibanananda Satpathy,MD, MRCSEd; Jennifer S. Wayne,PhD

Chapter 8. Minimally Invasive Surgical Approaches to Knee Arthroplasty
Giles R. Scuderi, MD; HenryD. Clarke, MD; Christopher Dodd,MD, FRCS

Chapter 9. Alignment and Kinematics of Knee Arthroplasty
William M. Mihalko, MD, PhD

Chapter 10. Implant Designs of Total Knee Arthroplasty
Kartik Mangudi Varadarajan, PhD; Daniel J. Holtzman, MD; Guoan Li, PhD; JeffreyLange, MD; Steven B. Haas, MD; Harry E. Rubash, MD; Andrew A. Freiberg, MD

Chapter 11. Special Considerations for Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty
Andrew B. Old, MD; WilliamJ. Long, MD, FRCSC; W. Norman Scott, MD, FACS

Chapter 12. Bicruciate-Retaining Total Knee Arthroplasty
Justin G. Brothers, MD;Christopher L. Peters, MD

Chapter 13. Unicompartmental,Patellofemoral, and BicompartmentalKnee Arthroplasty
Mohamad J. Halawi, MD;Joseph L. Yellin, BA; Anil Ranawat, MD; Jibanananda Satpathy, MD, MRCSEd; Gregory Golladay, MD; Jess H. Lonner, MD; Wael K. Barsoum, MD

Chapter 14. Robotic-Assisted Knee Arthroplasty
Martin Roche, MD

Chapter 15. Computer-Assisted Knee Arthroplasty
S. David Stulberg, MD; Michael J. Dunbar,MD, FRCSC, PhD; Gwo-Chin Lee, MD

Chapter 16. The Difficult Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty
Jaydev B. Mistry, MD; Siraj A. Sayeed, MEng, MD; Morad Chughtai, MD;Randa K. Elmallah, MD; Michael A. Mont,MD; Ronald E. Delanois, MD

Chapter 17. Management ofExtra-Articular Deformities in Knee Arthroplasty
Abbas Naqvi, MD, Jaydev B. Mistry, MD, Randa K. Elmallah,MD, Morad Chughtai, MD; Michael A. Mont, MD

Chapter 18. Outcomes of Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty
David C. Ayers, MD; Patricia Franklin, MD, MBA, MPH; Rajiv Gandhi, MD, MSc, FRCSC; Christopher Kim, MD, MSc; Jeffrey Lange,MD; Nizar N. Mohamed, MD, ScD, FRCSC; Philip C. Noble, PhD

Chapter 19. OutpatientTotal Knee Arthroplasty
Adolph V. Lombardi, Jr, MD, FACS; Dean J. Marshall, DO

Chapter 20. Complicationsof Knee Arthroplasty
Viktor E. Krebs, MD; Arthur L. Malkani, MD; Slif D. Ulrich, MD; David Backstein, MD, MEd, FRCSC; Mansour Abolghasemian, MD; Bryan D. Springer, MD;Christopher Samujh, MD

Chapter 21. Revision TotalKnee Arthroplasty
R. Michael Meneghini, MD; KellyG. Vince, MD, FRCSC; Bradford S. Waddell,MD;
Geoffrey Westrich, MD

Chapter 22. Perioperative Pain Management in Knee Arthroplasty
Colin T. Penrose, MD; John W. Barrington, MD

Chapter 23. Retrieval Analysis of Knee Prostheses
Steven M. Kurtz, PhD; Jaydev B. Mistry, MD; Eric Szczesniak, MD;Randa K. Elmallah, MD; Morad Chughtai,MD; Michael A. Mont, MD

Chapter 24. NonarthroplastyManagement of Knee Arthritis
David J. Jacofsky, MD; ShaneR. Hess, DO

Section 3 - Hip
Editor: Michael Tanzer, MD, FRCSC

Chapter 25. Arthroplasty Management of Hip Fractures: Hemiarthroplasty Versus
Total Hip ArthroplastyResults and Complications
Michael Tanzer, MD, FRCSC

Chapter 26. NonarthroplastyJoint-Preserving Surgery for HipDisorders
Paul E. Beaulé, MD, FRCSC; J.W. Thomas Byrd, MD; Geoffrey P. Wilkin, MD, FRCSC;
Bryan T. Kelly, MD; Sasha Carsen, MD, MBA, FRCSC; Hussain Al-Yousif, MD; Benjamin R. Coobs, MD; John C. Clohisy, MD

Chapter 27. Alternatives to Conventional Total Hip Arthroplasty for Osteoarthritis
Adam A. Sassoon, MD, MS;William J. Maloney, MD; JohnC. Clohisy, MD

Chapter 28. Surgical Approaches and Bearing Surfaces
William Hozack, MD; CliveP. Duncan, MD, MSc, FRCSC; Amir Herman, MD, PhD; Erik Hansen, MD; Mark W. Pagnano, MD; James L. Howard, MD, MSc, FRCS(C); JamesP. McAuley, MD, FRCS(C); William A. Jiranek, MD; Tiffany Feltman, DO; Orhun K. Muratoglu, PhD; Ebru Oral, PhD; Gregory K. Deirmengian, MD; William L. Walter,
MBBS, PhD; Yadin D. Levy, MD; Richard W. McCalden,MD, MPhil (Edin.), FRCS(C);Emil Schemitsch, MD, FRCS(C)

Chapter 29. The BiologicResponse to Bearing Materials
Emmanuel Gibon, MD; StuartB. Goodman, MD, PhD, FRCSC,FACS

Chapter 30. Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty
Craig J. Della Valle, MD; Daniel J. Berry, MD; Charles R. Bragdon, PhD; John J. Callaghan,MD; Rocco DApolito, MD; DouglasA. Dennis, MD; Ivan De Martino, MD; Roger H. Emerson, Jr, MD; Andrew A. Freiberg, MD; Young-Min Kwon,MD,
PhD; Kyle W. Lacy, MD, MS; Steven J. MacDonald, MD, FRCSC; R. Michael Meneghini,MD; Matthew C. Morrey, MD,MS; Bernard F. Morrey, MD;Amar Ranawat, MD; Harry E. Rubash, MD; Thomas P. Sculco, MD

Chapter 31. Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty in Challenging Conditions
Andrew H. Glassman, MD, MS;Michael Tanzer, MD, FRCSC; Richard Iorio, MD; John M. Dundon, MD; Yousuf Sayeed, MS; Mathias P.G. Bostrom, MD; Michael D. Ries, MD;
Robert T. Trousdale, MD; NicholasM. Desy, MD, FRCSC

Chapter 32. Computer Navigation and Robotics in Total Hip Arthroplasty
Bradford S. Waddell, MD; DouglasE. Padgett, MD

Chapter 33. Rapid Recovery in Total Hip Arthroplasty
Adolph V. Lombardi, Jr, MD, FACS; Andrew B. Richardson, MD; Kevin L. Garvin,MD

Chapter 34. Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty
Anthony Albers, MD, FRCSC; Alberto Carli, MD, MSc, FRCSC; Sachin Daivajna, MS, FRCS (Orth); William L. Griffin, MD;Robert Russell, MD; AllanE. Gross, MD, FRCSC;
Paul F. Lachiewicz, MD; Cameron K. Ledford, MD; David G. Lewallen, MD; Douglas E. Padgett, MD; Rohit Rambani, MBBS, MS Ortho, FIMSA,FRCS, Tr & Orth; Donald Garbuz, MD, FRCSC

Chapter 35. Complicationsof Total Hip Arthroplasty
Michael M. Kheir, MD; JavadParvizi, MD, FRCS; AndrewN. Fleischman, MD;
Anthony Albers, MDCM, FRCSC; CliveP. Duncan, MD, MSc, FRCSC; Bassam A. Masri, MD, FRCSC; Derek Ward, MD; Keith R. Berend, MD; Matthew S. Austin, MD;
Peter K. Sculco, MD; ThomasK. Fehring, MD; David M. Beck,MD; James J. Purtill, MD; JeffreyR. Engorn, DO; Carlos J. Lavernia,MD


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