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Eustathios Kenanidis, George Kyriakopoulos, Rajiv Kaila, and Panayiotis Christofilopoulos

: 555 – 559 . 79. Fehm MN Huddleston JI Burke DW Geller JA Malchau H . Repair of a deficient abductor mechanism with Achilles tendon allograft after total hip replacement . J Bone Joint Surg Am 2010

James R Satalich, Daniel J Lombardo, Simon Newman, Gregory J Golladay, and Nirav K Patel

anatomical landmarks such as the posterior or anterior walls. Figure 1 Initial exposure of the acetabulum during a total hip replacement via a posterior approach. Figure 2 Appearance of the acetabulum following reaming. Figure 3

Pablo A. Slullitel, José I. Oñativia, Martin A. Buttaro, Marisa L. Sánchez, Fernando Comba, Gerardo Zanotti, and Francisco Piccaluga

.9%. 1 , 2 Since life expectancy has exponentially grown in the last decades, it is believed that incremental functional demands of elderly patients will result in an increase of almost 500% of primary total hip and knee replacements by 2030. 3

Sylvain Steinmetz, Anne-Laure Rougemont, and Robin Peter

joints are the most affected: the knee (70%), hip (15%) and then the ankle, shoulder and elbow. PVNS in the hip mainly occurs between the second and third decade. The youngest reported case was of a seven-year-old, 4 and the oldest, 78 years. 5

Ioannis V. Papachristos and Peter V. Giannoudis

(Xarelto), apixaban (Eliquis) and edoxaban (Lixiana) and was quite recently introduced in 2013 for prevention of thrombo-embolism after elective total hip or knee replacement. Their indications were extended to treatment of venous thrombo-embolism (VTE) and

Nikolaos Patsiogiannis, Nikolaos K. Kanakaris, and Peter V. Giannoudis

fixation or even total femur replacement for Pires Type ID, IID (unstable hip and knee prostheses) and IIIB, IIIC, IIID due to poor bone stock ( Fig. 6 ). 116 Fig. 6 Algorithm of management for the treatment of interprosthetic femoral fractures

Philippe Hernigou, Victor Housset, Jacques Pariat, Arnaud Dubory, and Charles Henri Flouzat Lachaniette

”) AND (“total hip arthroplasty” or “total hip replacement*” or “hip replacement*” or “hip arthroplasty” or “THA”)). No limit was set for date of publication but only English-language articles were included. Data were analysed and synthesized from

Charles Rivière, Guido Grappiolo, Charles A. Engh Jr, Jean-Pierre Vidalain, Antonia-F. Chen, Nicolas Boehler, Jihad Matta, and Pascal-André Vendittoli

. References 1. McKee GK Watson-Farrar J . Replacement of arthritic hips by the McKee-Farrar prosthesis . J Bone Joint Surg Br 1966 ; 48 : 245 - 9 . 2. Kawamoto K Hasegawa Y Iwase T . Failed

Philippe Chiron and Nicolas Reina

bodies or the loose fragment of the femoral head, osteosynthesis, reduction, total hip replacement. The course of action is based on the evaluation of an early CT scan ( 1 , 26 , 27 ): this examination, which is essential today, reveals entrapped

Andy Craig, S W King, B H van Duren, V T Veysi, S Jain, and J Palan

second stage has led to the use of ‘custom-made articulating spacers’ (CUMARS) for both hip and knee replacements ( Figs 9 and 10 ) ( 51 , 52 ). They allow full weightbearing (cement-on-cement bearing surfaces allow only partial weightbearing), normal