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

Introduction and brief history of cementless stems Cementless total hip arthroplasty (THA), described in the 1950s by McKee and Watson-Farrar, had fair to good reported clinical results. 1 Initial fixation was obtained by press-fitting an

Charles Rivière, Stefan Lazic, Loïc Villet, Yann Wiart, Sarah Muirhead Allwood, and Justin Cobb

; 85 : 480 - 7 . 4. Terrier A Parvex V Rüdiger HA . Impact of individual anatomy on the benefit of cup medialisation in total hip arthroplasty . Hip Int . 2016 ; 26 ( 6 ): 537 - 42 . 5. Meermans G

Konrad Sebastian Wronka, Michell Gerard-Wilson, Elizabeth Peel, Ola Rolfson, and Peter Herman Johan Cnudde

Background Total hip arthroplasty (THA) is one of the most successful surgical procedures and has been named the ‘operation of the century’. 1 Despite the success story of THA, there are some patients who will encounter further surgery

Adrian J. Cassar-Gheiti, Rosie McColgan, Martin Kelly, Theresa M. Cassar-Gheiti, Paddy Kenny, and Colin G. Murphy

(Norwich), John Watson-Farrar (Norwich) and Maurice E. Müller (Bern). 1 – 4 Cement was initially used to stabilize or fix hemiarthroplasty stems until Sir John Charnley, in the early 1960s, popularized its use in total hip arthroplasty. 5 , 6

Allan Roy Sekeitto, Nkhodiseni Sikhauli, Dick Ronald van der Jagt, Lipalo Mokete, and Jurek R.T. Pietrzak

total hip arthroplasty (THA). The operative selection is based on fracture pattern, age, functional and mental status and medical comorbidities. 6 The Sernbo score is a four-component score (including age, social situation, mobility, and mental

Theofilos Karachalios and George A. Komnos

which report on survival rates of infection-free joints and on functional and quality of life outcomes. Fig. 1 Intra-operative picture of early steps of one-stage revision surgery for infected total hip arthroplasty (THA). Observations

Jonathan M. R. French, Paul Bramley, Sean Scattergood, and Nemandra A. Sandiford

Joint Surg Br 1999 ; 81 : 577 – 581 . 2. Kwon MS Kuskowski M Mulhall KJ Macaulay W Brown TE Saleh KJ . Does surgical approach affect total hip arthroplasty dislocation rates? Clin Orthop

Pierre J. Hoffmeyer

in young children’ in 2011, 2 and Karl Knahr’s three volume series ‘Tribology in total hip arthroplasty’ in 2011, 2012 and 2013. 3 , 4 , 5 EFORT also published a major 5000-page, seven volume textbook in 2014 under the editorship of George

Volkmar Jansson, Alexander Grimberg, Oliver Melsheimer, Carsten Perka, and Arnd Steinbrück

in agreement with other national registries with a demonstrably higher revision rate (4.1% versus 2.8% at 3 years) in total hip arthroplasty ( Fig. 2 ), while in a younger cohort there is no discernible difference ( Fig. 3 ). Fig. 2 Kaplan

Giuseppe Toro, Antimo Moretti, Marco Paoletta, Annalisa De Cicco, Adriano Braile, and Alfredo Schiavone Panni

fractures. The patient was treated with a simultaneous bilateral total hip arthroplasty (THA) subsequently complicated by surgical wound infection. After debridement and antibiotics therapy he was discharged, and two years after the surgery he returned to