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AuthorMcCarthy, Joseph C. author
TitleEarly Hip Disorders [electronic resource] : Advances in Detection and Minimally Invasive Treatment / by Joseph C. McCarthy
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York, 2003
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/b97487
Descript XII, 208 p. 158 illus., 110 illus. in color. online resource

SUMMARY

As one of the leading specialists in hip arthroscopies, Dr. Joseph McCarthy's proposed text Early Hip Disorders promises to become a definitive addition to the field. Featuring full color, arthroscopic views and contributions from such prestigious figures in the orthopaedic community as John McGinty, Richard Villar and James Bono, this text will cover all the essentials of hip arthroscopy including: examiniations, arthroscopic procedures for loose bodies, labral injuries, defects of the femoral head and acetabulum, treatment for infections, tumors, differential diagnosis and, most uniquely, a section on pediatric hip injuries. In addition, this text will provide the surgeon with detailed analysis of cost considerations and comparison with open hip procedures as well as outcome analysis. This text is a must- have for any orthopaedic surgeon interested in learning the newest procedures in the treatment of hip injuries and providing their patients with the safest, most effective treatment available


CONTENT

The Painful Hip -- Assessment of the Painful Hip -- Differential Diagnosis of the Painful Hip -- Imaging of a Painful Hip -- Treatment Algorithms -- Operative Preparation -- Anatomy -- Surgical Indications -- Anesthesia Considerations -- Patient Positioning and Distraction -- Surgical Approaches -- Specialized Equipment -- Loose Bodies -- Hip Joint Disorders -- Acetabular and Labral Pathology -- Femoral Head Pathology -- Synovial and Intra-Articular Pathology -- Pediatrics -- Trauma -- Functional Outcomes -- Rehabilitation After Hip Arthroscopy -- Complications of Hip Arthroscopy -- Outcomes -- Conclusions and Future Directions


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