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Resection-reconstruction of the hip

Jean Judet

Resection-reconstruction of the hip

arthroplastywith an acrylic prosthesis

by Jean Judet

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Published by Livingstone in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hip Joint -- surgery.,
  • Prosthesis.,
  • Hip joint -- Surgery.,
  • Prosthesis.

  • Edition Notes

    Translation of Résection, reconstruction de la hanche; arthroplastie par prothèse acrylique.

    Other titlesArthroplasty with an acrylic prosthesis.
    Statement(by) Jean Judet (and others) Ed. by K. I. Nissen.
    ContributionsNissen, K. I.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 151 p. :
    Number of Pages151
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20657947M
    LC Control Number54002043

    Results. At the time of review, one patient was lost to follow-up and four had died. On radiographs, the hip centre of rotation after reconstruction was higher by a median value of 15 mm (range 5 to 35) and more lateral by a median value of 6 mm (range −5 to 15).Cited by: 5. The management of bone tumours has made vast strides in the last few decades. The advent of better imaging modalities, more effective chemotherapy, improved radiotherapy techniques, a better understanding of anatomy with continuous refinement in surgical techniques and advances in prosthesis design and materials have all played a part in increasing the incidence of limb Cited by: 3.

    Editorial Reviews. Reviewer: Edward Abraham, MD (University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine) Description: This book deals with the treatment of limb lengthening, non-union, angular deformity, and other reconstructive procedures of the extremities in adults and children. Purpose: The purpose is to cover the entire spectrum of disorders that use an external fixator in most Price: $ In book: Reconstructive Plastic Surgical Nursing: Clinical Management and Wound Care, pp [2 Cases of diaphyso-epiphysial resection & .

    treat by resection-reconstruction. Arthrodesis, if otherjoints are supple, provides goodfunction, and relief frompainwhichis permanent. Thebookstimulates discussion; it shouldberead byall whoareinterested inhipsurgery. Thewhole situation is excellently epitomized by K. I. Nissen in a pithy foreword ' This book will serve as. Nash'S surgical physiology. By Joseph Nash, M.D. Second edition, revised and edited by BRIAN BLADES, M.D., Professor of Surgery, The George Washington University.


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Resection-reconstruction of the hip by Jean Judet Download PDF EPUB FB2

Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. Bone Joint J. Jan;B(1 Supple A) doi: /1. Reconstruction of the hip after resection of periacetabular oncological lesions: a systematic by: 2.

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Type VA is a partial resection of the sacrum. Type VB is total sacral resection. Reconstruction was not necessary in types I and II. Restoration of the hip function by arthrodesis or prosthetic replacement was always necessary in type III. Reconstruction of the pelvic continuity was indispensable in types IVB and : Takes Hi Sawaguchi, Katsuro Tomita, Setsuji Akagawa, Susumu Nomura.

Editors: Lee L.Q. Pu, MD; Jamie P. Levine, MD; and Fu-Chan Wei, MD Publisher: Thieme – 1, pages, plus Index Book Review by: Nano Khilnani. This two-volume book published in by Quality Medical Publishing in collaboration with Thieme is one of the most authoritative Resection-reconstruction of the hip book in the relatively scarce literature on surgeries pertaining to the lower extremity, available on the.

The objective of this study was to assess outcome and recurrence rate after limb-salvage surgery with reconstruction for pelvic bone tumors and analyze complications and their relationship with surgery. The authors analyzed patients followed for a mean of 6 years (range, years).

We studied 34 patients who were treated for malignant and highly aggressive bone tumors of the pelvis and periacetabular region. Each was treated by limb sparing local excision of the tumor to evaluate the local tumor control and functional results.

There were 20 males and 14 females (mean age years).Cited by: 9. Reconstruction of the proximal humerus after wide resection of tumours Article (PDF Available) in The Bone & Joint Journal 84(7) October with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Table of contents for The Bone & Joint Journal | Vol B, No 3.

Log in to your account. Email. Password. Forgot password. RESECTION-RECONSTRUCTION OF THE HIP. Arthroplasty with an Acrylic Prosthesis. By Jean Judet, Robert Judet, Jean Lagrange and Jean Dunoyer.

The British Editorial Society of Bone & Joint Surgery, 22 Buckingham Street. The evolution of hip surgery, specifically total hip arthroplasty, has perhaps benefited more from the development of air-power instruments than any other specialty.

The formation of a new acetabulum and femoral head with hand tools requires exceptional skill, energy and strength. fused the hip joint. Six years after the first operation there was no recurrence and the femur was completely fused with a sound arthrodesis of the hip joint. Smith & Simon () studied eight patients who had resection and reconstruction for enchondrosarcoma.

All patients had local resection. The excised bone segment was. Type III resections are not reconstructed. Complete internal hemipel-vectomy represents the most difficult situation, in children as well as in adults. High complication rates after allograft and endoprosthetic reconstruction have recently favoured the renaissance of a flail hip reconstruction or the hip by: Reconstruction of the greater trochanter with an allograft after resection of a giant cell tumor Article in Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery (10).

This is a PDF-only article. The first page of the PDF of this article appears above. Introduction. Ewing's sarcoma is the second most common primary malignant bone tumor after osteosarcoma, accounting for three percent of all childhood malignancies. 1 It was first described as “an endothelioma of the bone” by James Ewing in 2 Although it can occur at any age, but is commonly seen in 5–15 years of age.

The treatment of Ewings sarcoma involving the Author: Yugal Karkhur, Lalit Maini, Anurag Tiwari, Tarun Verma. In general, the indications to perform reconstruction included resection of weight-bearing or moving elements (such as the hip) because it may result in pelvic instability and unsatisfactory Cited by: Request PDF | Tumor Surgery | Metastatic disease in long bones is frequent: it is assumed that about 15% of all carcinomas manifest skeletal metastases.

The aim of this study was to evaluate the early clinical outcome of reconstruction with modular hemipelvic prostheses after pelvic sarcoma retrospectively reviewed eight patients between and who had periacetabular resections and Cited by: After tumor resection, reconstruction of the affected limb is often done using tumor prostheses to save the functionality of the affected limb.

Modern tumor prostheses are attached to the bone using anchoring pieces with intramedullary by: 2. Limb Lengthening and Reconstruction Surgery - CRC Press Book An illustrative and in-depth overview of the many available applications and techniques for limb lengthening and reconstruction, this guide provides step-by-step details on the latest surgical procedures for the correction of limb deformities due to congenital defects, growth.Many patients with GCT have lately come to our hospital.

In this situation, we performed LSS En bloc resection and reconstruction with megaprosthesis or modified arthrodesis with metallic implant plus bone cement (MAMC) in GCTs around the knee [].In the latter technique, after complete resection of the tumor, we filled the defect with intramedullary nailing supported with Author: Achmad Fauzi Kamal, Almu Muhamad, Almu Muhamad.Judet J, Judet R and Dunoyer J Resection Reconstruction of the Hip.

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