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    Sattar Alshryda, Jason J. Howard, James S. Huntley, Jonathan G. Schoenecker, editors.
    Summary: 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. .

    Intro; Foreword; Contents; Part I: Foundational Aspects;
    1: The History of Pediatric Hip Surgery: The Past 100 Years; Scientific Developments That Have Allowed Childhood Hip Surgery to Advance; Anesthesia; Bacterial Basis for Surgical Infection; Unfortunate Timing: Discovery of Anesthesia vs. Discovery of Antiseptic Technologies; Röntgen and Radiographs (X-Rays); Stainless Steel Implants; Antibiotics; Hospitals and Children's Orthopedic Hip Surgery; Congenital Dysplasia of the Hip 'First CDH-Now DDH'; Anatomy; First Treatment: Pravaz, France; Surgical Methods; Open Reduction for CDH Boston ContributionsMedial vs. Anterior Approach for Hip Reduction; Osteotomies to Stabilize Reduction; Surgical Improvements: Deepening the Acetabulum Along with Open Reduction; Femoral Shortening for Older Children; Extreme Cases; Traction Prior to Reduction Surgery; Osteotomies for Residual Hip Dysplasia; Perthes Disease 'Also Legg-Calvé-Perthes Disease'; Non-operative Treatment; Surgical Containment; Newer Methods; Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis (SCFE); Surgical Stabilization; In-Situ Pinning vs. Reduction; Societal Change and Surgical Choices Stable vs. Unstable Slip and Surgical ChoicesUnstable Slips; The Move Towards Anatomic Reduction; Less Complete Reduction/Monitoring Blood Supply; The "Athletic Hip": Deformity Due to Extreme Training; Hip Preservation Surgery; Summary; References;
    2: Anatomy and Physiology of the Pediatric Hip; Introduction; Prenatal Development of the Hip Joint; The Embryonic Phase of Hip Joint Development; The Fetal Phase of Hip Joint Development; Postnatal Development of the Hip Joint; Acetabulum; Femur; Normal Hip Joint Anatomy and Geometry; Acetabular Depth; Acetabular Diameter; Femoral Head Diameter The Neck-Shaft AngleFemoral Anteversion Angle; Postnatal Ossification of the Femoral Head; Periarticular Muscles About the Hip Joint; Functional Muscle Groups About the Hip Joint; Surgical Considerations for Muscles About the Hip Joint; Surgical Approaches to the Hip Joint; Vascular Supply to the Hip Joint; Vascular Supply of the Femoral Head; Prenatal Development of the Femoral Blood Supply; Postnatal Development of the Femoral Blood Supply; Surgical Implications for the Femoral Vascular Supply; Vascular Supply of the Acetabulum Surgical Implications for the Vascular Supply of the AcetabulumReferences;
    3: Biomechanics of the Hip During Gait; Introduction; Functional Anatomy; Bony Structures; Passive Soft Tissues; Muscles and Moments; Biomechanics of the Hip During Gait; Gait Terminology; Kinematics; Typical Gait Kinematics; Kinetics; Altered Kinematics and Kinetics of the Hip Joint; Joint Contact Forces; Final Note; Classic Literature; Key Evidence; References; Part II: Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip;
    4: Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip in Young Children; Introduction; Pathophysiology
    Digital Access Springer 2019