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Navigation and Robotics in Total Joint and Spine Surgery

  • James B. Stiehl
  • Werner H. Konermann
  • Rolf G. Haaker

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XXVI
  2. Computer-Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. L.-P. Nolte, F. Langlotz
      Pages 3-9
    3. B. Jaramaz, A. M. DiGioia III
      Pages 10-16
    4. A. Hebecker
      Pages 17-23
    5. S. D. Stulberg
      Pages 24-38
    6. E. Stindel, J.-L. Briard, S. Lavallée, F. Dubrana, S. Plaweski, P. Merloz et al.
      Pages 39-45
  3. Total Hip Arthroplasty

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 47-47
    2. B. J. Thomas, J. B. Stiehl
      Pages 49-57
    3. Navigation: Total Hip Arthroplasty

      1. A. M. DiGioia III, A. Y. Plakseychuk, B. Jaramaz
        Pages 61-69
      2. W. H. Kluge, J. Babisch, R. A. Venbrocks
        Pages 76-81
      3. M. Stockheim, J. Krämer
        Pages 90-95
      4. F. Langlotz, A. Marx, M. Kubiak-Langer, G. Zheng, U. Langlotz
        Pages 102-109
      5. M. Nogler, M. Krismer, F. Rachbauer, J. Sledge
        Pages 110-115
    4. Robotics: Total Hip Arthroplasty

      1. James B. Stiehl, Werner H. Konermann, Rolf G. Haaker
        Pages 132-139
      2. J.-N. Argenson, X. Flecher, J.-M. Aubaniac
        Pages 160-168
      3. James B. Stiehl, Werner H. Konermann, Rolf G. Haaker
        Pages 169-172
  4. Total Knee Arthroplasty

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 173-173
    2. F. F. Buechel, J. B. Stiehl
      Pages 175-179
    3. K.A Krackow
      Pages 185-188
    4. J. G. Boldt
      Pages 189-196
    5. R. C. Wasielewski, D. D. Galat, R. D. Komistek
      Pages 197-203
    6. James B. Stiehl, Werner H. Konermann, Rolf G. Haaker
      Pages 209-216
    7. Navigation: Total Knee Arthroplasty

      1. U. Clemens, W. H. Konermann, S. Kohler, H. Kiefer, J. Y. Jenny, R. K. Miehlke
        Pages 234-241
      2. R. K. Miehlke, R. G. Haaker, W. H. Konermann
        Pages 242-247
      3. J. L. Briard, E. Stindel, S. Plaweski, F. Dubrana, P. Merloz, C. Lefevre et al.
        Pages 274-280
      4. P. Ritschl, Jun F. Machacek, R. Fuiko, R. Zettl, B. Kotten
        Pages 281-286
      5. U. Böhling, J. Scholz, R. Nassutt, H. Grundei
        Pages 287-292
      6. T. Mattes, W. Puhl
        Pages 293-300
      7. M. Wiese, K. Schmidt, R. E. Willburger
        Pages 301-303
      8. L. Perlick, H. Bäthis, C. Lüring, M. Tingart, J. Grifka
        Pages 304-310
      9. M. Sparmann, B. Wolke
        Pages 319-323
      10. C. Stukenborg-Colsman, C. Hurschler, S. Ostermeier, K. Knabe, H. Windhagen, F. Gossé
        Pages 324-329

About this book

Introduction

This book reviews the recent international experience with the applications of computer assisted orthopaedic surgery in clinical practice. Recent decades of the human condition have witnessed the dramatic evolution of technology and the application to everyday existence. The ability to use such innovation in surgical practice is now easily within our grasp. Though clinical experience is short term, as will be demonstrated the problems are finite and limited only by the need for refinement. We can now clearly state that current surgical practice will be revolutionized by these new methodologies. This edition is all encompassing for musculoskeletal surgery including the spine, trauma, sports, and reconstructive surgery. Because of its simplicity, computer navigation will be an early tool in such areas as total joint replacement, anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, and placement of pedicle screws in complex spinal surgery. New techniques in Minimally Invasive Surgery will require the precision and digital "surgical exposure" offered by the computer. However, we anticipate in a few years, that robotics with computer activated technology will rise to an important role for the practicing surgeon. Surgeons who are comfortable with technology and yearn for better solutions with their techniques will benefit from the knowledge of this experience. Americans at the AAOS 2003 annual meeting in New Orleans, have now joined the wave of enthusiasm for computer assisted orthopaedic surgery (CAOS) as well as the exciting new vistas of Minimally Invasive Surgery.

 

Keywords

arthroplasty computed tomography (CT) hip hip arthroplasty implant implantation knee navigation orthopaedic surgery robot robotics spine surgery surgery total joint replacement trauma

Authors and affiliations

  • James B. Stiehl
    • 1
  • Werner H. Konermann
    • 2
  • Rolf G. Haaker
    • 3
  1. 1.Orthopaedic Hospital of WisconsinMilwaukeeUSA
  2. 2.Hospital of Orthopaedics and TraumatologyHessisch-LichtenauGermany
  3. 3.Hospital for Orthopaedics and RheumatologySt. Vincenz-HospitalBrakelGermany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-59290-4
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2004
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-63922-7
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-59290-4
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