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Giuseppe Solarino, Giovanni Vicenti, Massimiliano Carrozzo, Guglielmo Ottaviani, Biagio Moretti, and Luigi Zagra

procedure is not entirely failure-free and new designs are continually developing. 2 , 3 In the late 20th century, a new design has been introduced: the modular neck (MN) femoral stem. It is intended to give the surgeon the possibility to improve

Jun Zhang, Erhu Li, and Yuan Zhang

requires a comprehensive understanding of the design rationale of a revision system, which is characterized by a high degree of modularity, offset adjustment, metallic augmentation, stem biomechanics and fixation methods, and grade of constraint, according

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

studies have reported lower dislocation rates with DM implants, most marked in revision arthroplasty. 4 , 8 , 9 Modular dual-mobility The original, ‘anatomical’ dual-mobility (ADM) constructs use a monoblock acetabular shell, lacking a central

Catalin Cirstoiu, Bogdan Cretu, Bogdan Serban, Zsombor Panti, and Mihai Nica

developing lasting reconstructions for a patient population comprising mainly young and active individuals. The main reconstruction options available in the arsenal of musculoskeletal oncology today are: modular endoprosthetic reconstruction; bone graft

Michael M. Morlock, Robert Hube, Georgi Wassilew, Felix Prange, Gerd Huber, and Carsten Perka

Corrosion at modular taper junctions has been a known phenomenon for the last 30 years. Interestingly the first paper addressing the issue came to the conclusion that ‘there should be no occurrence of long-term in-vivo fretting corrosion’ of heads

Jetske Viveen, Izaak F. Kodde, Andras Heijink, Koen L. M. Koenraadt, Michel P. J. van den Bekerom, and Denise Eygendaal

Introduction Since the introduction of the radial head prosthesis (RHP) in 1941, 1 many alterations in designs and materials have been proposed and tried that have varied in terms of material, fixation technique, modularity, and polarity

Emmanuel Thienpont

eversion or sliding it on the side. Removal of the modular polyethylene should be performed as a standard surgical step before extending the soft tissues releases necessary to open the joint. Quadriceps snip If adequate exposure is not achieved with

Joris Duerinckx and Frederik Verstreken

complication rate. A meticulous surgical technique is therefore mandatory. Combined with a cementless and modular ball-in-socket implant with a metal-on-polyethylene friction couple, a 10-year survival rate higher than 90% can be expected. ICMJE Conflict

Catalin Cirstoiu, Bogdan Cretu, Sergiu Iordache, Mihnea Popa, Bogdan Serban, and Adrian Cursaru

fracture Fractured Pelvic Non-surgical treatment Periacetabular Harrington procedure used for periacetabular impending fractures or periacetabular fractures Proximal femur Resection–reconstruction with modular

Hee-Nee Pang, Hamid Rahmatullah Bin Abd Razak, Stephen Petis, Douglas D. R. Naudie, and Steven J. MacDonald

80% to 90% of all revisions. 5 - 8 Modularity for TKA was first introduced in the 1980s. It conferred a number of advantages, such as intra-operative flexibility, ability to use porous coating and stems, and the possibility for late liner