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Francesco Benazzo, Loris Perticarini, Eugenio Jannelli, Alessandro Ivone, Matteo Ghiara, and Stefano Marco Paolo Rossi

Introduction The variability in the decision about whether to resurface the patella in total knee replacement (TKR) is influenced by different factors including geographic location, training of surgeons, implant design and level of constraint

Kara McConaghy, Tabitha Derr, Robert M. Molloy, Alison K. Klika, Steven Kurtz, and Nicolas S. Piuzzi

The management of the patella during total knee arthroplasty (TKA) has been a matter of considerable debate in the orthopaedic community. 1 – 4 Surgeons tend to approach the patella with one of three general mindsets: always resurface the patella

Bart G. Pijls, Jennifer M. T. A. Meessen, Keith Tucker, Susanna Stea, Liza Steenbergen, Anne Marie Fenstad, Keijo Mäkelä, Ioan Cristian Stoica, Maxim Goncharov, Søren Overgaard, Jorge Arias de la Torre, Anne Lübbeke, Ola Rolfson, and Rob G. H. H. Nelissen

loosening than the first-generation MoM-THR and thus became the preferred bearing over MoM. 1 - 4 Around the turn of the millennium, a second generation of MoM-THR, including resurfacings, was introduced with the claim of reduced wear and superior

Christiaan P. van Lingen, Luigi M. Zagra, Harmen B. Ettema, and Cees C. Verheyen

Introduction Large-head metal-on-metal (MoM) bearings were re-popularised in the late 1990s with the introduction of modern hip resurfacing (HR), followed shortly afterward by large metal head total hip arthroplasty (THA). The introduction of

Bryant Ho and Judith Baumhauer

patients with more advanced arthritis, operative management has centred on arthrodesis of the first MTP joint. Multiple joint-sparing procedures such as joint arthroplasty or resurfacing have been described with inconsistent results. Pathophysiology

Richard N. de Steiger and Stephen E. Graves

significantly higher rate of revision for the ASR Hip Resurfacing System and the following year the ASR XL Acetabular System. 8 The identification of these particular prostheses was associated with a substantial reduction in their use by surgeons and the

Charles Rivière, William Jackson, Loïc Villet, Sivan Sivaloganathan, Yaron Barziv, and Pascal-André Vendittoli

Introduction The Kinematic Alignment (KA) technique for total knee arthroplasty (TKA) is an alternative surgical technique aiming to resurface knee articular surfaces. 1 , 2 Ultimately, the goal of KA is to alter the knee physiological

Keijo T. Mäkelä, Ove Furnes, Geir Hallan, Anne Marie Fenstad, Ola Rolfson, Johan Kärrholm, Cecilia Rogmark, Alma Becic Pedersen, Otto Robertsson, Annette W-Dahl, Antti Eskelinen, Henrik M. Schrøder, Ville Äärimaa, Jeppe V. Rasmussen, Björn Salomonsson, Randi Hole, and Søren Overgaard

those classified according to fixation technique as cemented, uncemented, and hybrids (uncemented cup/cemented stem). Focus on metal-on-metal hip devices Johanson et al (2010) compared 1638 hip resurfacing arthroplasties in Sweden, Norway and

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

simplistic terms, the KA technique is almost a true resurfacing of the TFJL, where implant thickness aims to replace the exact same amount of ‘bone cartilage’ removed and therefore to restore the highly variable individual native pre-arthritic (or

Mark Anthony Roussot and Fares Sami Haddad

Vitallium prosthesis secured with a single transfixing screw to resurface the patella alone, as described by McKeever in 1955, 17 reportedly showing good functional results, and offering an alternative to patellectomy in isolated patellofemoral