Now in its Second Edition, this two-volume reference is the only current book available that focuses on the adult hip. More than 100 chapters by the foremost leaders in hip surgery provide comprehensive coverage of disorders of the adult hipafrom practical basic science to detailed surgical techniques including hip arthroscopy and developing techniques in minimally invasive surgery. More than 2, 600 illustrations complement the text. This edition has new chapters on minimally invasive surgery of the hip. Other new topics covered include use of fiber metal mesh in acetabular revision reconstruction, revision press-fit Wagner type of stems, and implant retrievals.Analyses of retrieved resurfaced femoral head remnants following femoral neck fracture generally do not include information ... Femoral survivorships exceeding 20 years and histological evaluations both indicate that bone death is certainly not an ... When going down stairs, the average peak contact stress was about 260% of body weight, which would be less than 3000 Newtons for most patients.
|Title||:||The Adult Hip|
|Author||:||John J. Callaghan, Aaron G. Rosenberg, Harry E. Rubash|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2007|