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Types of hip Surgery

Arthrodesis, or Fusion
Arthrodesis, or Fusion

If you have severe arthritis pain, your doctor may suggest that you have joint fusion surgery (also called “arthrodesis”). This procedure fuses, or “welds,” together the two bones that make up your aching joint. It causes the bones to become one solid bone, and it can lessen your pain.

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Arthroscopy What is it?
Arthroscopy What is it?

Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure doctors use to look at, diagnose, and treat problems inside a joint. Your doctor may recommend it if you have inflammation in a joint, have injured a joint, or have damaged a joint over time. You can have arthroscopy on any joint. Most often, it’s done on the knee, shoulder, elbow, ankle, hip, or wrist.

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Intertrochanteric Fractures
Intertrochanteric Fractures

Intertrochanteric fractures are considered one of the three types of hip fractures. The anatomic site of this type of hip fracture is the proximal or upper part of the femur or thigh bone. The proximal femur consists of the femoral head, the femoral neck, and the trochanteric region (including the greater and lesser trochanters).

Intracapsular Fractures
Intracapsular Fractures

A broken hip is usually a fracture in the upper portion of your femur, or thigh bone. A joint is a point where two or more bones come together, and the hip is a ball-and-socket joint. The ball is the head of the femur and the socket is the curved part of the pelvic bone, called the acetabulum.

Joint Resurfacing
Joint Resurfacing

Maintenance of normal bone: Hip resurfacing surgery removes less bone than a standard hip replacement. In a standard hip replacement, the entire ball of the ball-and-socket hip joint is removed. In a hip resurfacing surgery, instead of removing the ball, a metal cap is placed around where the cartilage has worn off.

Joint Revision
Joint Revision

Hip revision surgery is performed to repair an artificial hip joint (prosthesis) that has been damaged over time due to an infection, or due to normal wear and tear of the prosthetic hip. Revision surgery helps to correct the problem so the hip can function normally again.

Minimally Invasive TJR
Minimally Invasive TJR

Underneath the skin, is the operation the same as a standard hip replacement? Advocates of minimally invasive hip replacement say it reduces damage to muscles and tendons. Advocates of the two-incision technique say it completely eliminates muscle and tendon damage. But there is conflicting evidence for both claims.

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No Relief From non-Surgical Treatment Methods
No Relief From non-Surgical Treatment Methods

Non-surgical treatment should always be considered first when treating hip pain. With some conditions, it is possible to resolve the pain with rest, modifying one’s behavior, and a physical therapy and/or anti-inflammatory regimen.

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Osteotomy
Osteotomy

Many young, healthy people have this surgery as a way to postpone hip or knee replacement for many years. Types of Osteotomy. This procedure can fix problems in many different bones and joints. For instance: Hip: During surgery, a doctor will reshape your hip socket so it better covers the ball of your hip joint.

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Synovectomy
Synovectomy

Hip arthroscopy; Arthroscopic surgery; Hip surgery; Conditions Treated with Arthroscopic Hip Synovectomy: Arthroscopic hip synovectomy is utilized in order to treat synovitis, pigmented villondular synovitis, hemophilia, and arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis of the hip.

Total Joint Replacement
Total Joint Replacement

Hip replacement surgery is a procedure in which a doctor surgically removes a painful hip joint with arthritis and replaces it with an artificial joint often made from metal and plastic components. It usually is done when all other treatment options have failed to provide adequate pain relief. The procedure should relieve a painful hip joint, making walking easier.

source: webmd.com