Clinical Applications of 3D Printing in Foot and Ankle Surgery

As an emerging technology, 3D printing holds much promise for foot and ankle reconstruction and difficult-to-treat pathologies. 

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Auteur(s) Peter D. Highlander
Date 01/05/2023
Pages 260
Taille 23 x 19
Type Relié
ISBN 9780323825658

Description détaillée : Clinical Applications of 3D Printing in Foot and Ankle Surgery

The first text of its kind, Clinical Applications of 3D Printing in Foot and Ankle Surgery provides comprehensive, in-depth operative coverage as well as opinions and case examples from surgeons who are currently using 3D printing in their practices.

This ground-breaking volume sets the standard for this rapidly advancing field and provides practical, real-world guidance on incorporating 3D printing into your surgical practice.

What is the content of "Clinical Applications of 3D Printing in Foot and Ankle Surgery" ?

  • Presents clinically focused content in a templated, easy-to-read format of bulleted summaries and practical advice based on the editor's and authors' experience.

  • Features a practical focus on procedures, techniques, and cases, with tips, tricks, and pearls throughout.

  • Includes decision-making criteria on when to consider 3D printing.

  • Provides preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative protocols developed by the authors.

  • Contains high-quality photographs and 3D imaging.

  • An eBook version is included with purchase. The eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures and references, with the ability to search, customize your content, make notes and highlights, and have content read aloud.

What is the content of "Clinical Applications of 3D Printing in Foot and Ankle Surgery" ?

Peter D. Highlander, DPM, MS is a founding member of the American Orthopedic Society of 3-D Printing. A reconstructive foot and ankle surgeon in Bellevue, Ohio, he has made headlines recently for his custom 3-D printed implants.

He has written a dozen peer-reviewed journal articles and has been invited to co-author a textbook. He is the director and founder of the Wound Reconstruction Center at Bellevue Hospital, a consultant for two orthopedic implant companies, and an adjunct assistant clinical professor at the Arizona School of Podiatric Medicine.

Sommaire : Clinical Applications of 3D Printing in Foot and Ankle Surgery

I.Part 1: General Topics a.Historical perspectives on 3D printing b.Medical/Surgical applications: current state of technology c.Applications in foot and ankle surgery: pre-operative planning, custom instrumentation, and patient-specific implants d.Material science: when to consider each printable material (cobalt-chrome, titanium alloy, pure titanium, tantalum, Alumina ceramic, etc) e.Regulatory status and challenges f.Future outlook

II.Part 2: Surgical Techniques -Each chapter/technique will follow a similar format and is to include indications, contraindications, descriptive technique guide, case examples and complications -Each topic may be further subdivided for added detail and specificity -Each procedure may have more than one technique when applicable a.Osseous deficits of the tibia b.Osseous deficits of the fibula c.Total talus replacement d.Partial talus replacement/resurfacing e.Total ankle replacement with custom total talus replacement f.Total ankle replacement with custom tibial component g.Tibial-talar-calcaneal fusion with custom talar spacer h.Partial/subtotal calcaneus replacement i.Charcot reconstruction (midfoot, transverse tarsal, subtalar, ankle) j.Medial column fusion with custom navicular spacer k.Other tarsal bone replacement (cuboid/cuneiforms) l.Deformity correction of hindfoot with custom wedges m.Midfoot fusion with custom wedges n.Lesser metatarsal replacement o.1st metatarsal phalangeal joint fusion revision with osseous deficit

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