Spinoplastic Reconstruction

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The essential multidisciplinary spine reference on optimizing complex bony and soft tissue reconstruction

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Pages 340
Taille 28 x 22
Type Relié
ISBN 9781684205011

Description détaillée : Spinoplastic Reconstruction

Lessons learned from soft tissue reconstruction, wound healing, and infection prevention in plastic surgery and bony arthrodesis strategies and spinal alignment in orthopaedic surgery and neurosurgery have merged to create a new field of surgery.

Spinoplastic Reconstruction, edited by Alexander E. Ropper, Sebastian J. Winocour, Michael A. Bohl, and Edward M. Reece provides in-depth discussion of multidisciplinary techniques and complication management in complex bony and soft tissue reconstruction, with the goal of improved outcomes for spine surgery patients.

This textbook encompasses the nomenclature, indications, evidence-based techniques, outcomes, and alternatives that laid the groundwork for spinoplastic surgery. Organized into nine sections and 42 chapters, the book begins by delineating the historical and future relevance of multidisciplinary surgery and advent of spinoplastic surgery to ease the growing global disease burden of spine disease.

The second section discusses applied anatomy, biomechanics, and bony spinal stability. Sections three to nine provide detailed discussion and pearls on bone healing, bone adjuncts, perioperative management, surgical spine exposures, vascularized autologous bone grafts and flaps, soft tissue spinal reconstruction, and complication management.

What are the Key Features of "Spinoplastic Reconstruction" ?

  • Contributions from an impressive group of multidisciplinary spinoplastic surgery founders and innovators exemplifies the ethos of this emerging field
  • Traditional and novel approaches for managing common challenges in spine surgery, including pseudoarthrosis and wound infection
  • High-quality operative photos, illustrations, and 12 videos provide visual understanding of spinal anatomy and techniques

This unique resource provides spine surgeons with a better understanding of the tenets of soft tissue reconstruction and plastic surgeons with a clearer understanding of the challenges faced in complex spine surgery, thereby improving collaborative patient management.

Sommaire : Spinoplastic Reconstruction

Section I: Introduction
1. History of Multidisciplinary Spine Surgery: Spinoplastics
2. The Future of Multidisciplinary Surgery
3. The Advent of Spinoplastic Surgery: Easing the Growing Global Disease Burden of Spine Disease
Section II: Anatomy and Biomechanics for the Spinoplastic Surgeon
4. Applied Anatomy of the Cervical Spine
5. Applied Anatomy of the Thoracic and Lumbar Spine
6. Applied Anatomy of the Sacral Spine
7. Biomechanics and Bony Spinal Stability
Section III: Bone Healing
8. Bone Modeling and Remodeling
9. Biology and Anatomy of Spinal Fusion
10. Patient Considerations in Bone Healing
11. Bone Grafts versus Flaps: How to Evaluate the Spinal Fusion Bed to Determine Which Is Best for Your Patient
Section IV: Bone Adjuncts
12. Bone Void Fillers: Allograft
13. Bone Void Fillers: Autograft and Harvest Techniques
14. Biologics in Spine Fusion
Section V: Perioperative Management of the Spino-Plastic Patient
15. Preoperative Optimization of the Spinoplastic Patient
16. Postoperative Management of the Spinoplastic Patient
17. Perioperative Management of the Pediatric Spine Patient
Section VI: Surgical Spine Exposures
18. Exposures to the Cervical Spine: Anterior and Posterior
19. Exposures to the Thoracic Spine: Lateral and Posterior
20. Exposure to the Lumbar and Sacral Spine
21. Exposures of the Previously Operated Spine
Section VII: Vascularized Autologous Bone Grafts and Flaps
22. The History of Pedicled Myo-Osseous Flaps in Spinal Reconstruction
23. Vascularized Rib Bone Flap: Indications, Techniques, and Outcomes
24. The Free Fibula Flap for Reconstruction of the Spine and Pelvis
25. Nomenclature of Vascularized Bone Grafts
26. Vascularized Occipital Bone Grafting: Indications, Techniques, Clinical Outcomes, and Alternatives
27. Vascularized Clavicle Graft for Anterior Cervical Arthrodesis
28. Vascularized Scapular Bone Grafting: Indications, Techniques, Clinical Outcomes, and Alternatives
29. Vascularized Posterior Iliac Crest Bone Grafting: Indications, Techniques, Clinical Outcomes, and Alternatives
Section VIII: Soft Tissue Spinal Reconstruction
30. Principles and Techniques toWound Closure
31. Biologics and Adjuncts toWound Healing
32. Soft Tissue Flap Coverage in the Cervical Spine
33. Soft Tissue Flap Coverage in the Thoracic Spine
34. Soft Tissue Flap Coverage in the Lumbosacral Spine
35. Free Flap Soft Tissue Coverage of the Spine and Pelvis
36. Soft Tissue Reconstruction in the Pediatric Patient
Section IV: Complications in Spine Surgery and Their Management
37. Management of Soft Tissue Complications
38. Failure in Cervical Spinal Fusion and Management
39. Failure in Thoracic Spinal Fusions and Management
40. Failure in Lumbar Spine Fusion and Management
41. Management of Infection in the Instrumented Spine
42. Management of Pharyngoesophageal Complications in Spine Surgery

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