"This is a comprehensive textbook and atlas of hip pathology, hip joint and hip arthroscopy. ... I recommend this book to all orthopaedic surgeons, including students, fellows, and residents. The book will also serve as a reference guide to other physicians also showing what can be done with disabling hip diseases." (Joseph J. Grenier, Amazon.com, January, 2016)
Über den Autor
Shane Nho, MD, is the head of the Healthy Hip Clinic at Rush University Medical Center and has published extensively on the basic science of hip joint pathology. Bryan Kelly, MD, is the head of the Center for Hip Pain and Hip Preservation at the Hospital for Special Surgery. He has published extensively on hip mechanics and on identifying key pathologic entities that will shape the field. Michael Leunig, MD, is the chief of the Hip Service at the Schulthess Klinik in Zurich, Switzerland. He was one of the original authors that described the concept of femoroacetabular impingement, and a worldwide leading expert on open hip preservation surgery. Christopher Larson, MD, is the fellowship director at Minnesota Sports Medicine. He has published extensively on hip arthroscopy and treatment of athletes with hip pain. Asheesh Bedi, MD, is a sports medicine and hip arthroscopy surgeon at the University of Michigan who has published widely in the field of hip and orthopedic surgery.
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Hip pathology and nonarthritic hip conditions have only recently been recognized as a cause of hip pain. In 2003, Ganz, Leunig and colleagues described the concept of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) as a cause of hip pain and a mechanism for end-stage hip osteoarthritis. Ganz et al. also postulated that 70-90% of hip osteoarthritis is likely due to abnormal hip mechanics related to FAI, dysplasia, or other hip deformities. Over the past ten years, the treatment of these non-arthritic hip pathologies has grown dramatically, and has been estimated to grow by 15% each year. It is the largest segment of grown in sports medicine and orthopedics as a whole. However, no definitive reference yet exists on hip arthroscopy and hip joint preservation surgery. While books have been published on hip arthroscopy, these texts are limited to the technical aspects of the procedure and do not explore content related to hip joint preservation surgery. The scope of this book covers the basic science of hip pathology, anatomy, biomechanics, pathology, and treatment. It has put together up-to-date research and has invited opinion leaders in the field to contribute to the text. The book is focused on disease pathology and provides comprehensive information on each disease topic, which is followed by technique-driven chapters to provide surgeons a reference for any procedure related to non-arthritic conditions of the hip.¿
Title is also available as part of a set: Hip Arthroscopy and Hip Joint Preservation Surgery (978-1-4614-6966-7)