Minimally Invasive Surgery in Orthopedics by Giles R. ScuderiMinimally Invasive Surgery in Orthopedics by Giles R. Scuderi

Minimally Invasive Surgery in Orthopedics

EditorGiles R. Scuderi, Alfred J. Tria

Hardcover | November 2, 2009

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This comprehensive reference serves as a single source for MIS in orthopedics. The editors and contributors are recognized authorities in the field who share their insight on how to master challenging techniques. Sections focus on the shoulder and elbow, the hip, the knee, the foot and ankle, the spine, and computer navigation. Readers are guided step-by-step through cutting-edge procedures, and chapters include usage techniques for the latest instrumentation. The text is distinguished by case studies and expert roundtable discussions that address challenging questions and issues in the field. Illustrations and intra-operative photographs further clarify each approach. Orthopedic surgeons, residents, and fellows who want to truly understand MIS will find this thorough text invaluable.
Title:Minimally Invasive Surgery in OrthopedicsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:713 pages, 10.98 × 8.27 × 0.04 inPublished:November 2, 2009Publisher:Springer New YorkLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0387766073

ISBN - 13:9780387766072

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Table of Contents

What is minimally invasive surgery and how do you learn it?.- Section I. The Upper Extremities.- Overview of shoulder approaches: choosing between mini-incision and arthroscopic techniques.- Mini-incision bankart repair.- Mini-open rotator cuff repair.- Minimally invasive treatment of greater tuberosity fractures.- Mini-incision fixation of proximal humeral four-part fractures.- Mini-incision shoulder arthroplasty.- Overview of elbow approaches: small incisions or arthroscopic portals.- Mini-incision medial collateral ligament reconstruction of the elbow.- Mini-incision distal biceps tendon repair.- Minimally invasive approaches for complex elbow trauma.- Minimally invasive approaches for latereal epicondylitis.- Overview of wrist and hand approaches: indications for minimally invasive techniques.- Minimally invsaive fixation for wrist fractures.- Endoscopic and minimally invasive carpal tunnel and trigger finger release.- Round table discussion of minimally invasive surgery upper exteremity cases.- Section II: The Hip.- Anterolateral mini-incision total hip arthroplasty.- Minimallyy invasive total hip arthroplasty with the anterior surgical approach.- The Watson-Jones approach to minimally invasive total hip arthroplasty.- Posterolateral mini-incision total hip arthroplasty.- Minimally invasive approach to metal-on-metal total hip resurfacing arthroplasty.- MIS approach for hip resurfacing.- Minimally invasive total hip arthroplast using the two-incision approach.- Round table discussion of mini-incision total hip arthroplasty.- Section III: The Knee.- MIS undicondylar arthroplasty: the bone-sparing technique.- Minimally invasive surgery for the unicondylar knee arthroplasty: the intramedullary technique.- MIS unicondylar knee arthroplasty with the extramedullary technique.- MIS arthroplasty with the UniSpacer.- MIS TKA with the limited medial parapatellar arthrotomy.- MIS TKA with a subvastus approach.- Mini-midvastus total knee arthroplasty.- Minimally invasive total knee arthroplasty: suspended leg approach and arthroscopic assisted techniques.- Quadriceps sparing total knee arthroplasty.- Minimally invasive quadriceps sparing total knee replacement preseving the posterior cruciate ligament.- Bi-unicompartmental knee prostheses.- MIS patellofemoral arthroplasty.- Round table discussion of MIS total knee arthroplasty.- Section IV: The Foot and Ankle.- Percutaneous repair of acute rupture of Achilles tendon.- Endoscopic gastrocnemius recession.- Percutaneous reduction and internal fixation of the Lisfranc fracture-disclocation.- Arthroscopic subtalar arthrodesis: indications and technique.- Minimally invasive ankle arthrodesis.- Arthroscpic ankle arthrodesis.- Endoscopic calcaneoplaasty.- Arthroscopy of the first metatarsophalangeal joint.- Arthroscopy of the first metatarsophalangeal joint.- Endoscopic plantar fasciotomy.- Uniportal endoscopic decompression of the interdigital nerve for Morton's neuroma.- Percutaneous Z Tendo Achillis lengthening.- Percutaneous distraction osteogenesis for treatment f brachymetatarsia.- Minimally invasive realignment surgery for the Charcot foot.- Percutanous supramalleolar osteotomy using the Ilizarov/Taylor spatial frame.- Hallux valgus surgery: the minimally invasaive bunion correction.- Minimally invasive closed reduction and internal fixation of calcaneal fractures.- Minimall invasive ORIF of Calcaneal fractures.- Minimal dual incision ORIF of the calcaneus.- Percutaneous screw fixation of hallux sesamoid fractures.- Proximal percutaneous harvesting of plantaris tendon.- Percutaneous ORIF of periarticular distal tibia fractures.- Round table discussion of MIS of the foot and ankle.- Section V: The Spine.- Minimally invasive spinal surgery: evidence based review of the literature.- Endoscopic foraminoplasty: key to understanding the sources of back pain and sciatica and their treatment.- Minimally invasive thoracic microendoscopic discectomy.- Minimally invaasive cervical foraminotomy and decompression of stenosis.- Minimally invasive thoracic microendoscopic discectomy.- MISS treatment of spinal deformity.- Percutaneous vertebral augmentation: vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty.- Round table discussion of MIS spine surgery case.- Section VI: Computer Navigation.- CAOS: pros and cons.- Computer-guided total hip arthroplasty.- Computer navigataion with posterior MIS total hip arthroplasty.- Minimally invsive total knee arthroplasty with image-free navigation.- The utility of robotics in total knee arthroplasty.- Electromagnetic navigation in total knee arthroplasty.- Computer navigation in foot and ankle surgery.- Robotics in total knee arthroplasty.-