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Total Hip Replacement

Author: Michel Postel; Marcel Kerboul; Jacques Evrard; Jean Pierre Courpied
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1987.
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Postel, Kerboul, Evrard, Courpied, and their coauthors take a completely objective attitude in describing the progress achieved in total hip replace ment with reference to their own experience over the last 20 years. They avoid any triumphant fanfares, but not because of Pascal's dictum: "Do you want people to speak well of you? Don't do it yourself." Rather, they know that other surgeons, like themselves, are more  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michel Postel; Marcel Kerboul; Jacques Evrard; Jean Pierre Courpied
ISBN: 9783642695971 3642695973
OCLC Number: 851844515
Description: 1 online resource (163 illustrations)
Contents: 1 Introduction --
2 Methodology --
2.1 Statistical Survey Comparing Patients Followed Up with Patients Later Lost to Follow-up --
2.2 In-depth Research on Patients Lost to Follow-up --
3 The Development of Total Hip Replacement --
3.1 The Different Total Hip Prostheses Used at Cochin --
3.2 The McKee-Merle d'Aubigné Prosthesis --
3.3 The Low-friction Band Prosthesis --
3.4 The Charnley Prosthesis --
3.5 The Charnley-Kerboul Prosthesis --
4 The Routine Operation --
4.1 Indications for Total Hip Replacement and Preparation of the Patient for Surgery --
4.2 The Psychiatrist's View Point --
4.3 The Cardiologist and the Candidate for Total Hip Replacement --
4.4 Technical Preparation Prior to Total Hip Arthroplasty --
The Choice of the Prosthesis --
4.5 Standard Technique for Total Hip Arthroplasty in Uncomplicated Osteoarthritis --
4.6 Postoperative Management and Follow-up --
5 Results with the Charnley-Kerboul Prosthesis --
5.1 Introduction --
5.2 Results in Osteoarthrosis --
5.3 Necrosis of the Femoral Head --
5.4 Total Hip Replacement in Ankylosing Spondylitis --
5.5 Total Hip Replacement in Rheumatoid Arthritis --
5.7 Total Hip Replacement for Congenital Dislocation of the Hip --
6 Aseptic Complications Following Total Hip Replacement --
6.1 Ossification --
6.2 Complications of Trochanterotomy --
6.3 Dislocation Following Total Hip Replacement --
6.4 Radiological Methods of Assessing the Orientation of the Components --
6.5 Aseptic Loosening Among Charnley-type Prostheses --
7 Revision Surgery for Aseptic Loosening of Total Hip Replacement --
Acetabular Reconstruction --
7.1 Introduction --
7.2 Problems Related to the Acetabulum --
7.3 The Femoral Stage of Total Hip Revision --
7.4 Acetabular Reconstruction by Homograft as a Part of Total Hip Revision --
7.5 Result of Revision of Aseptic Total Arthroplasty --
7.6 Conclusions --
8 Infective Complications of Total Hip Replacement --
8.1 Introduction --
8.2 The Patients --
8.3 Early Infection --
8.4 Acute Infection of Late Onset --
8.5 Diagnosis of Chronic Infection --
8.6 Histopathology and the Diagnosis of Infection --
8.7 Methods of Treatment --
8.8 Results of Treatment of Chronic Infection --
8.9 Development of Treatment of Chronic Infection in Total Hip Replacement --
Present Indications --
8.10 Prevention of Infection --
9 The Future of the Polyethylene Cup --
9.1 Measurement of Wear --
9.2 Incidence of Wear --
9.3 Association of Wear with Abnormalities of Fixation --
9.4 Response of the Femur --
10 Response of Local Tissue to Total Hip Replacement --
10.1 Newly Developed Structures Around the Joint --
10.2 Wear Products and Their Identification --
10.3 The Bone-cement Interface and Aseptic Loosening --
11 Conclusions --
12 Subject Index.
Responsibility: edited by Michel Postel, Marcel Kerboul, Jacques Evrard, Jean Pierre Courpied.

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