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USE OF CONSTRAINED SOCKETS IN REVISION THA: MORE PROBLEMS THAN THEY SOLVE - AFFI...

[...] Instability after total hip arthroplasty is the primary cause for revision surgery and is a frequent complication following revision surgery for any reason (Bozic et al, JBJS [...]

PERI-PROSTHETIC FX'S: A PROBLEM ON THE RISE [Abstract]

[...] ; prophylactic use of longer stemmed implants or strut grafts to bypass cortical defects at revision surgery. Treatment: Periprosthetic fractures can be treated using an algorithmic approach based on [...]

ACETABULAR FX'S: THE ROLE OF ARTHROPLASTY [Abstract]

[...] of proper components and equipment. Often implants and techniques developed for revision surgery for management of major bone deficiencies are needed. Reported results suggest that [...]

THE DUAL MOBILITY CUP: WHAT PROBLEMS DOES IT SOLVE? [Abstract]

[...] bearing moves only in cases of extreme range of motion. Dislocation is a top reason for revision surgery and a major cost burden on society. Instability is also a significant problem after revision [...]

NEUTRAL MECHANICAL ALIGNMENT: IS IT NECESSARY? [Abstract]

[...] clear in 2013 that there is a substantial opportunity to improve patient outcomes after total knee replacement. Much attention in the last decade has focused on the apparent satisfaction gap between [...]

MINIMISING PERI-OPERATIVE BLOOD LOSS: AN ACID TRIP IN 2014 [Abstract]

[...] today in order to reduce complications, improve function, and facilitate recovery after a total knee replacement (TKR). Studies have shown that the degree of postoperative anemia is related to an [...]

THE MOBILE UNI: A SUPERIOR SOLUTION FOR MEDIAL COMPARTMENT DISEASE - OPPOSES [Ab...

[...] replacement if dealing with isolated patello-femoral disease or lastly, a complete total knee replacement. While clearly to date there has not been consensus on this issue, a review of the [...]

THE ALL POLY TIBIA IN PATIENTS < 60: AN AFFORDABLE CARE ACT ALTERNATIVE - AF...

[...] Total knee replacement is one of the most successful procedures in orthopaedic surgery. Although originally [...]

WHEN PROXIMAL FEMORAL FX FIXATION FAILS: SALVAGE OPTIONS [Abstract]

[...] generally most predictable. Be prepared for very poor bone quality. Supplement uncemented acetabular component with multiple screws. Be prepared to cement femoral component, if necessary. [...]

THE MONOBLOCK CUP: TRIED AND TRUE [Abstract]

[...] been no change in implant position. The Elliptical shape of the cup makes the mouth of the acetabular component 2mm greater than the dome so that an exceptionally strong acetabular rim fit results. [...]

ACETABULAR PROTRUSIO: A PROBLEM IN DEPTH [Abstract]

[...] x-rays to determine the optimal acetabular implant size and final position of the acetabular component that restores the hip COR to the normal position. Patients with protrusio acetabuli often [...]

THE CAUSES AND MANAGEMENT OF HIP INSTABILITY: AN ALGORITHMIC APPROACH [Abstract]

[...] were divided into 6 types based on the etiology of instability: I) malposition of the acetabular component, II) malposition of the femoral component, III) abductor deficiency, IV) impingement, V) [...]

FEMORAL NECK MODULARITY IN PRIMARY THA: NO ROLE AT ALL - OPPOSES [Abstract]

[...] , the combination of these factors can lead to extensive corrosion at the interface. Surgical technique is also important. Higher impaction loads on clean, dry surfaces result in greater contact [...]

SUPERIOR CAPSULOTOMY: THE IDEAL APPROACH FOR THA - AFFIRMS [Abstract]

[...] Several design principles were considered paramount when the surgical technique of performing total hip arthroplasty through an incision in the superior capsule without [...]

TRABECULAR METAL AUGMENTS FOR ACETABULAR REVISION [Abstract]

[...] metal augments have allowed us to use cementless cups when there is segmental loss of bone. Surgical Technique: The acetabular bed is prepared. If there is less medial bone stock than 2mm, then [...]

FEMORAL STEM IMPACTION GRAFTING: EXTENDING THE ROLE OF CEMENT [Abstract]

[...] of this technique to other stems has led to some controversy. Confounding factors such as surgical technique, the impaction system available, the type and size of allograft bone used, and the extent [...]

THE LATERAL UNI: "A ROAD LESS TRAVELED" [Abstract]

[...] the following: The patella is more vulnerable to impingement on the leading edge of the femoral component and must be carefully recessed. Because the wear pattern in lateral disease is more [...]

FULLY COATED SHORT STEMS: ANY USE AT ALL? [Abstract]

[...] Revision of the failed femoral component of a total hip arthroplasty can be challenging. Multiple reconstructive options are [...]

THE CAUSES AND MANAGEMENT OF HIP INSTABILITY: AN ALGORITHMIC APPROACH [Abstract]

[...] of instability: I) malposition of the acetabular component, II) malposition of the femoral component, III) abductor deficiency, IV) impingement, V) late wear, or VI) unclear etiology. [...]

SMART MECHANICAL NAVIGATION OPTIMISES ALIGNMENT [Abstract]

[...] Acetabular component malalignment remains the single greatest root cause for revision THA with malposition of at least 1/2 of all acetabular components placed using conventional [...]

ACETABULAR FX'S: THE ROLE OF ARTHROPLASTY [Abstract]

[...] ingrowth materials, and methods for management of acetabular bone deficiency developed for revision THA have helped improve results in this challenging subset of primary THA patients. [...]

THE CAUSES AND MANAGEMENT OF HIP INSTABILITY: AN ALGORITHMIC APPROACH [Abstract]

[...] complex, multifactorial problem that has been shown to be the most common indication for revision THA. The purpose of this study was to classify causes of instability and evaluate outcomes [...]

THE DUAL MOBILITY CUP: WHAT PROBLEMS DOES IT SOLVE? [Abstract]

[...] surgery and a major cost burden on society. Instability is also a significant problem after revision THA. While a variety of factors are important in hip stability, DM cups provide the safety of [...]

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USE OF CONSTRAINED SOCKETS IN REVISION THA: MORE PROBLEMS THAN THEY SOLVE - AFFI...

[...] Instability after total hip arthroplasty is the primary cause for revision surgery and is a frequent complication following revision surgery for any reason (Bozic et al, JBJS [...]

PERI-PROSTHETIC FX'S: A PROBLEM ON THE RISE [Abstract]

[...] ; prophylactic use of longer stemmed implants or strut grafts to bypass cortical defects at revision surgery. Treatment: Periprosthetic fractures can be treated using an algorithmic approach based on [...]

ACETABULAR FX'S: THE ROLE OF ARTHROPLASTY [Abstract]

[...] of proper components and equipment. Often implants and techniques developed for revision surgery for management of major bone deficiencies are needed. Reported results suggest that [...]

THE DUAL MOBILITY CUP: WHAT PROBLEMS DOES IT SOLVE? [Abstract]

[...] bearing moves only in cases of extreme range of motion. Dislocation is a top reason for revision surgery and a major cost burden on society. Instability is also a significant problem after revision [...]

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