This volume is a guide to adult hip surgery, and it begins with a complete profile of the young adult hip. The author then discusses joint-conserving operations, as well as hip replacement, revision surgery and fractures. The text is organized according to commonly encountered problems, and each chapter combines information on clinical presentation and pathology, with practical advice on surgical management. The full color presentation integrates clinical science, diagnostic imaging, and step-by-step guidance on practical techniques, making it an ideal reference for planning both investigative procedures and operations. Clinical Challenges in Orthopedics: The Hip is written specifically for the recently qualified surgeon and more experienced trainee.