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TitleBone Implant Grafting [electronic resource] / edited by M. W. J. Older
ImprintLondon : Springer London, 1992
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Descript XVIII, 226 p. online resource


Surgeons differ in their enthusiasm for autografts, allografts and metallic implants, nevertheless, all have their place in orthopedic surgery. For some defects in the skeleton, bone grafting may be the only solution. The pros and cons of bone grafting are thoroughly discussed by eighteen distinguished authorities in this book. Their exchange of views and experiences reflects the diversity of thinking worldwide and points to exciting possibilities for future improvements. The twenty-eight chapters describe: the natural history and immunology of auto and allografting; innovative surgical techniques together with results, whether successful or not; and bone banking and its related problems, especially HIV


I Basic Principles -- 1 Immunology of Bone Grafting -- 2 Natural History of Autografts and Allografts -- 3 Histological Evaluation of Allograft Incorporation after Cemented and Non-cemented Hip Arthroplasty in the Goat -- 4 A New Artificial Bone Graft Material -- IIA Hip: The Acetabulum -- 5 Autografting in the Acetabulum -- 6 Banked Allograft Bone for Pelvic Defects -- 7 Classification and Treatment of the Failed Acetabulum -- 8 Acetabular Augmentation in Cemented Arthroplasty: Pre-operative Assessment and Surgical Technique -- 9 Acetabular Reconstruction with Cancellous Bone Grafts in Revision Hip Arthroplasty: A 10-year Follow-up Study -- 10 Revision of the Acetabular Component -- IIB Hip: The Femur -- 11 Banked Allograft Bone for Proximal Femoral Deficiency -- 12 Allograft Bone in Major Revision Hip Replacement Surgery -- 13 The Use of Femoral Strut Grafts in Cementless Revision Arthroplasty -- 14 Allografts in Major Revision Total Hip Surgery -- 15 Bone Grafting in Revision Total Hip Surgery -- 16 The Use of Massive Proximal Femoral Allografts in Hip Surgery -- 17 Impaction Cancellous Grafting in Cemented Revision Hip Arthroplasty -- 18 A Method to Estimate the Initial Stability of Cemented and Non-cemented Hip Stems Using a Bone Grafting Technique -- 19 Reconstruction of the Femur in Total Hip Replacement Using Multifilament Cerclage Cables Fastened with Crimp Sleeves -- III The Knee -- 20 Allografts in Total Knee Arthroplasty -- 21 Bone Grafting in Knee Revision Surgery -- 22 Bone Allografts Around the Knee Joint -- 23 Structural Bone Grafting Technique in Total Knee Replacement Surgery -- 24 The Use of Fresh Osteochondral Grafts for Traumatic Joint Defects -- 25 Clinical Use of Allograft Bone in Tumour Surgery Around the Hip and Knee Joints -- IV Bone Banks -- 26 Bone Banking -- 27 Allogeneic Bone Bank: The Nottingham Experience -- 28 Setting up a Femoral Head and Massive Allograft Bone Bank -- 29 Conclusion

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