1. The History of Pediatric Hip Surgery: The Past 100 Years
2. Anatomy and Physiology of the Pediatric Hip
3. Biomechanics of the Hip During Gait
4. Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip in Young Children
5. Acetabular Dysplasia in the Reduced or Subluxated Hip
6. Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease
7. Coxa Vara
8. Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis
9. Femoroacetabular Impingement
10. Musculoskeletal Infection of the Hip
11. Tuberculosis Involving the Hip
12. Transient Synovitis
13. Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis and the Hip
14. Idiopathic Chondrolysis of the Hip
15. Pediatric Proximal Femoral Fractures
16. Pediatric Pelvic Injuries
17. Traumatic Hip Dislocation in Children
18. The Hip in Cerebral Palsy
19. The Hip in Myelomeningocele
20. The Hip in Spinal Muscular Atrophy
21. The Hip in Muscular Dystrophy
22. The Hip in Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease
23. The Hip in Poliomyelitis
24. The Hip in Rett Syndrome
25. Hip Problems in Children with Trisomy 21
26. Larsen Syndrome and the Hip
27. The Hip in Mucopolysaccharidoses
28. The Hip in Arthrogryposis
29. The Hip in Osteogenesis Imperfecta
30. Osteoid Osteoma Involving the Hip
31. Osteochondroma Involving the Hip
32. The Hip in Fibrous Dysplasia
33. Bone Cysts Involving the Hip
34. Bladder and Cloacal Exstrophy
35. Athletic Injuries Involving the Hip
36. Snapping Hip Syndrome
37. The Hip in Congenital Femoral Deficiency
38. Total Hip Arthroplasty for Pediatric Disorders
This book provides an evidence-based approach to treating the increasing number of children and adolescents presenting with hip disorders. It integrates the most up-to-date data with essential knowledge, gleaned from decades of previous research and practice. Each chapter provides a comprehensive text which integrates relevant pathophysiology, clinical assessment, and imaging, with an evidence-based approach to non-operative and operative management, authored by globally recognized experts in the field of pediatric hip surgery. Detailed surgical techniques, illustrated with original medical drawings and accompanied by their respective indications, anticipated outcomes, and potential complications, are also featured, in this first orthopedic text dedicated solely to the pediatric and adolescent hip.
The Paediatric and Adolescent Hip: Essentials and Evidence will be an indispensable resource for wide spectrum of audience including paediatric orthopaedic surgeons, general practitioners, general orthopaedic surgeons, trauma surgeons, orthopaedic residents, emergency department doctors, and physiotherapists seeking a clear and consistent evidence-based guide to treating the paediatric hip.
• Includes easily digestible, essential points and common pitfalls to be avoided
• Excellent reference guide for the busy paediatric orthopaedic surgeon in clinical practice
• Highly illustrated throughout with medical diagrams, drawings and clinical images
• Sattar Alshryda (MBChB, MRCP(UK), MRCS, EBOT, SICOT, FRCS (T&O), MSc, PhD) is a consultant paediatric trauma and orthopaedic surgeon. He holds several positions including the clinical director of trauma and paediatric orthopaedic surgery at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, UK, an executive board member of the British Society of the Children Orthopaedic Surgery (BSCOS), a surgical tutor of The Royal College of Surgeons of England, the Lead for research and education for children's trauma and orthopaedic surgery in Central Manchester University Hospital and honorary lecturer at the University of Manchester. Dr Alshryda is also the paediatric section editor for the British Orthopaedic Association e-learning modules (Wikipedia). He edited several textbooks, authored more than 20 book chapters, and several papers in peer-reviewed journals.
• Jason J. Howard, B.Eng., M.D. F.R.C.S.C. is the Division Chief of Orthopaedic Surgery at Sidra Medicine and is Assistant Professor at Weill Cornell Medicine, in Doha, Qatar. He is a paediatric orthopaedic surgeon specializing in the treatment of cerebral palsy and other neuromuscular diagnoses, pediatric hip disorders, and spinal deformities. He completed his orthopaedic surgery residency training at the University of Calgary (Calgary, Canada) and holds clinical fellowships in pediatric orthopaedics (Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, Australia) and pediatric spine (Starship Children’s Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand). In 2017, he took sabbatical leave to train in pediatric hip preservation surgery at Inselspital in Bern, Switzerland. An electrical engineer in addition to his medical training, Dr. Howard has also completed a graduate program in Biodesign at Stanford University (Palo Alto, CA, USA).
• James S. Huntley MA MCh DPhil (Oxon) FRCSEd (Tr&Orth) FRCSGlas FRCPEdin FFSTEd is Senior Attending Physician in Paediatric Orthopaedics at Sidra Medicine Qatar. Previously, he was a full-time NHS Consultant at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children (Yorkhill, Glasgow) and was Honorary Clinical Associate Professor and Barclay Lecturer at the University. The essence of his practice is in the paediatric hip, general paediatric orthopaedics, trauma, neuromuscular conditions (in particular cerebral palsy), foot deformities and clubfeet. He has two research degrees (Doctorate of Philosophy and Master of Surgery) from Oxford University. He did his surgical training in Edinburgh, and his formative Paediatric Orthopaedic Fellowship at the Starship Hospital New Zealand. Subsequently he went on two travelling fellowships: the British Orthopaedic Research Society–ORS 2009, and the American-British-Canadian 2012.
• Jonathan G. Schoenecker MD, PhD, FAAOS, FAOA is an associate professor and Jeffrey Mast Chair of Orthopaedic Hip and Trauma Surgery at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee USA. He is an orthopaedic surgeon-scientist dedicated to caring for children with orthopaedic hip conditions, trauma and infection, educating future surgeon-scientists, and conducting high impact translational research. The overarching theme of his clinical and basic science research program is to determine the biological mechanisms by which bone develops and musculoskeletal tissue responds to and recovers from tissue injury. His completed his medical and graduate training at Duke University Medical School, surgical residency at Vanderbilt and Pediatric Orthopaedic fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital.