The Third Edition of this definitive work is broadened to include the next generation of trauma specialists. With 50 contributors, new techniques are covered with a focus on minimally invasive procedures. The text is divided into three sections: general aspects, disruption of the pelvic ring, and fractures of the acetabulum. New features include current percutaneous techniques and an accompanying CD-ROM that features additional cases FEATURES: Covers internal and external fixation Individual sections for the pelvis and acetabulum Surgical management and outcomes Assessment and decision making Obstetrics, pediatrics, and other special situation.
Table of Contents
I. GENERAL ASPECTS OF THE PELVIC RING AND ACETABULUM 1. Introduction and Natural History of Pelvic Ring Marvin Tile A. Anatomy 2. Anatomy of the Pelvic Ring Marvin Tile3. Anatomy of the Acetabulum Martin D. Bircher and Marvin Tile B. Biomechanics 4. Pelvic Ring Marvin Tile, Trevor Hearn and Mark Vrahas5. Acetabular Fractures Stephen A. Olson C. Pathoanatomy 6. Pathoanatomy of the Pelvic Ring Jorge E. Alonso7. Pathoanatomy of the Acetabulum Jorge E. Alonso D. Aspects of Polytrauma 8. General Assessment and Management of the Polytrauma Patient Wolfgang K. Ertel9. Pelvic Trauma and Deep Vein Thrombosis William Geerts and Richard Jay II. DISRUPTION OF THE PELVIC RING 10. Defining the Injury: Assessment of Pelvic Fractures Marvin Tile and Joel Rubenstein11. Biomechanics and Methods of Pelvic Fixation John Gorcyca, Tervor Hearn and Marvin Tile12. Describing the Injury: Classification of Pelvic Ring Injuries Marvin Tile13. Management of Pelvic Ring Injuries Marvin Tile14. External Fixation for the Injured Pelvic Ring Pol M. Rommens15. Internal Fixation for the Injured Pelvic Ring James F. Kellam, Alexander McLaren, Berton R. Moed, Marvin Tile16. Sacral Fractures Timothy Pohlemann, Axel G@nsslen and Harald Tscherne17. Open Pelvic Fractures Jorge Barla and James N. Powell18. Pelvic Ring Disruption in Women: Genitourinary and Obstetric Implications Carol E. Copeland19. Insufficiency Fractures of the Pelvis Kenneth A. Egol and Kenneth J. Koval20. Injury to the Pelvis and Acetabulum in the Pediatric Patient (The Immature Skeleton) John A. Ogden21. Complications of Pelvic Trauma David E. Asprinio, David L. Helfet and Marvin Tile22. Malunion and Nonunion of the Pelvis: Posttraumatic Deformity Michael D. Stover and Joel M. Matta23. Outcomes After Pelvic Ring Injuries in Adults Hans J. Kreder III. FRACTURES OF THE ACETABULUM 24. Introduction and Natural History of Acetabular Fractures Marvin Tile25. Describing the Injury: Classification of Acetabular Fractures Marvin Tile26. Defining the Injury: Assessment of Acetabular Fractures Marvin Tile, Joel Rubenstein and Douglas Mintz A. Treatment Options 27. Decision Making: Nonoperative and Operative Indications for Acetabular Fractures Marvin Tile and Steven A. Olson B. Surgical Management 28. Surgical Techniques for Acetabular Fractures David L. Helfet, Martin Beck, Emanuel Gautier, Thomas J. Ellis, Reinhold Ganz, Craig S. Bartlett, Klaus A. Siebenrock C. Techniques of Reduction and Fixation for Acetabular Fractures: Closed Methods 29. Computer Assisted Closed Techniques of Reduction and Fixation David M. Kahler30. Fluoroscopic Assisted Closed Techniques of Reduction and Fixation Adam J. Starr D. Techniques of Reduction and Fixation for Acetabular Fractures: Open Methods 31. Techniques of Open Reduction and Fixation of Acetabular Fractures Jeffrey W. Mast32. Cerclage Wires Marvin Tile33. Extraperitoneal Fixation Eero Hirvensalo34. Use of Bone Substitutes Victor A. de Ridder and S. de Lange35. In