Hip Arthroscopy

Treatment with the help of Hip Arthroscopy

Hip Arthroscopy is done by a well versed and practiced orthopaedic surgeon who makes an opening into the hip joint and hereby replaces the damaged hip joint with a artificial joint made out of materials like ceramic or metal at times. This is a short surgery that takes no more than 1 hour. After taking the medical […]

Updated on January 24, 2017      Admin

Risk and Complications Related to Hip Arthroscopy

Contraindications: Hip arthroscopy is contraindicated in the presence of ankylosis or advanced arthrofibrosis. Soft tissue compromise, whether from disease, trauma or previous surgery, may contraindicate the passage of instruments into the hip joint. Similarly, bony compromise, either of the joint architecture or potential stress risers, regardless of the cause, may contraindicate application of the distraction […]

Updated on January 23, 2017      Admin

Operational Procedure for HIP Arthroplasty

Pre-operative planning and diagnosis: As with any intervention pre-operative planning and careful patient selection are imperative. A careful history should be taken followed by a thorough hip examination. Common findings particularly in impingement include a reduced range of internal rotation and pain on internal rotation. Any provisional diagnosis should be confirmed by imaging; however, many […]

Updated on January 23, 2017      Admin

Hip Arthroscopy Reasons & Symptoms

Arthroplasty is the surgical replacement of arthritic or destructive or necrotic joint or joint surface with prosthesis. Arthroscopic techniques have found wide applicability in both large and small joints of the body. The hip is encased in a dense soft tissue envelope that makes the introduction of arthroscopic instruments challenging. Principles and Application of Hip Arthroscopy […]

Updated on January 22, 2017      Admin