The distal radius is one of the most common fracture sites reported. There are a wide variety of therapeutic options available to treat this injury, but little data to determine which strategies provide the best long term functional outcomes. This volume utilizes the technical expertise from experts based around the world to provide a deep understanding of the current trends and evidence concerning this prevalent injury.
Long Term Results of BHR and Lessons Learned, Effect of Patient Selection and Surgical Techniques on Outcome Results of Conserve Plus, Results and Use of Mono Block Cups (Thick vs Thin), Changes in High Activity After Resurfacing, Incidence and Prevention of Complications for Resurfacing, A Survey of Incidence of Pseudotumors with MOM Hip Resurfacing in Canadian Academic Centers, Effects of Component Orientation, Coverage, and Design on Ion Levels and ALTR After Hip Resurfacing: A Multi-Center Study, Imaging and In Vivo Validation of MARS MRI After Hip Resurfacing, Histological Features of Femoral Hip Resurfacing with Neck Narrowing, Risk Factors and Affects on Incidence on Pseudotumors, Promising New Techniques for Hip Resurfacing, Comparison of Functional Results of Hip Resurfacing and Total Hip Replacement, Indications, Techniques, and Results of Revision of Hip Resurfacing, Comparison of Cemented and Cementless Hip Resurfacing- A 2-5 year Follow-up
Mallet Toes, Hammertoes / Claw toes - PIP correction, Hammertoes / Clawtoes - MTP correction, Flexor-to-Extensor Transfer, Metatarsalgia: Distal Metatarsal Osteotomies, Metatarsalgia: Proximal Metatarsal Osteotomies, Crossover and Valgus Toe Deformity, Revision Lesser Toe Surgery, Freibergs Infraction, Fifth Toe Deformities, Congenital Toe Deformities, Bunionette Deformity - Etiology & Exostectomy, Bunionette deformity - Osteotomies, Postoperative Complications
This issue will provide a comprehensive overview of OCD, from the perspective of the Foot and Ankle surgeon. Topics to be covered include basic biology, advances in synthetic cartilage technology, surgical approaches, pediatric care, allografts, and the use of other surgical revision technology.
Foot and ankle arthroscopy involves the surgical evaluation and treatment of the foot and ankle for a variety of conditions. This issue will cover everything from Arthroscopic Anatomy, Arthroscopic Instrumentation, Imaging Aspects of Joint Pathology and Arthroscopic Techniques, Intra-articular Soft Tissue Pathology, to Subtalar Joint Arthroscopy, and many more exciting articles.
Carbon-based scaffolds, bioengineered alternative tissues, and bone graft substitutes are some of the articles included in this issue. The authors discuss their uses in the patient with diabetes as well as those with elective and reconstructive foot and ankle surgery.
A group of experts in lower extremity surgery provide an update on current techniques for total adult knee and hip arthroplasty. Online bonus issue for subscribers.
This issue will serve as a review of current ideas and surgical trends in the management of complex cervical spine disorders. Each chapter will discuss surgical techniques will illustrative cases and end on a very contemporary evidence-based review of the literature.
This issue of Orthopedic Clinics focuses on Orthobiologics. Article topics include: Does Prior Cartilage Restoration Impact Outcomes Following Knee Arthroplasty?; Clinical Applications of Tissue Engineering in Joint Arthroplasty: Current Concepts Update; Usage of Bone Graft Substitutes; Bone morphogenetic protein; Role of Bone Marrow Aspirate in Orthopaedic Trauma; Orthobiologics in Pediatric Sports Medicine, and more!
Essay from the year 2017 in the subject Medicine - Orthopedy, grade: 1, Egerton University, language: English, abstract: Metal-on-metal hip prostheses have been in use clinical since 1960s, and their safety and efficacy has never been reviewed adequately. The current reports of metal-on-metal hip implants failure have led to health concernsits. Literature review has been showing diverse changes. Clinical studies have been conducted to ascertain the usefulness of the technology in regard to its safety and efficacy. Ordinarily, metal-on-metal total hip implants are believed to release toxic substances in the patients body, causing significant health concerns of the technology. Therefore, this paper will provide a critical review on the evidence for the safety and efficacy of metal-on-metal hip prostheses, primarily with regard to its insufficiency.