Artificial Total Hip Replacement

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Abstract: Instability after total hip arthroplasty (THA) is not a rare occurrence. Numerous factors have been associated with dislocation including surgical approach, implant design, failure to restore proper hip mechanics and soft tissue restraints,

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an ideal total hip replacement with a large femoral head and a high head-neck ratio. B: Cam-type impingement in the native hip caused by a reduced femoral head-neck offset and similar impingement in a prosthetic hip with a small femoral head and a sk

Total hip replacement (THR) is a very common procedure undertaken in up to 285 000 .... diagnosis can include activity-related pain, aseptic loosening,.

575. INTRODUCTION. Total hip replacement (THR) provides a very effective ... arthroplasty, bilateral arthroplasty; those transferred or initially treated at other ...

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May 30, 2016 - introduction: In the Middle East, severe developmental dysplasia of the hip with subsequent high dislocation is often seen. We assessed the ...

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flap, following damage to the inferior branch of the superior gluteal nerve, or by failure ... flap, was used in 29 hips, and the posterior. (P) .... was undisplaced.

resulting in deformities, protrusio acetabuli and malalignment of the limbs. Ligamentous laxity is seen frequently. In the past few decades there has been an ...

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