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Xiang-Dong Wu, Yixin Zhou, Hongyi Shao, Dejin Yang, Sheng-Jie Guo, and Wei Huang

satisfying radiological and clinical outcomes, while longer-term follow-ups are lacking ( 13 , 14 , 15 , 16 , 17 , 18 ). However, compared with primary TJA, revision TJA remains a considerable challenge to orthopedic surgeons. Revision TJA is a

Colby Foster, Christopher Posada, Bryan Pack, Brian R. Hallstrom, and Richard E. Hughes

-prosthetic fracture, and revision. Sources of information include peer-reviewed literature, conference abstracts, industry, and arthroplasty registry reports. However, the generalizability of results in single-institution or single-surgeon studies can be limited. In

Emmanuel Thienpont

Introduction Revision total knee arthroplasty (rTKA) is a challenging and complex procedure 1 , 2 from the initial surgical exposure to the component removal, bone stock restoration and implant selection. 3 , 4 As with primary TKA

Luca Pierannunzii and Luigi Zagra

Introduction Bone loss is a major concern of revision total hip arthroplasty (THA). While on the femoral side the problem is commonly solved by passing the defect through long stems seeking distal fixation in the healthy diaphysis, on the

Kavin Sundaram, Ahmed Siddiqi, Atul F. Kamath, and Carlos A. Higuera-Rueda

primary hip arthroplasty. 1 – 3 There has been renewed interest in variants of this technique including the trochanteric slide osteotomy (TSO), extended trochanter osteotomy (ETO), and the transfemoral approach for both septic and aseptic revision

Paolo Salari and Andrea Baldini

Introduction Revision total knee arthroplasty (rTKA) is a challenging procedure and is usually associated with worse results when compared with primary knee arthroplasty. 1 In this scenario, surgeons have to deal with different technical

Nicolas Bonnevialle, Florence Dauzères, Julien Toulemonde, Fanny Elia, Jean-Michel Laffosse, and Pierre Mansat

complication is always devastating with significant clinical and socioeconomic consequences. 2 The rate is higher after revision surgery than after a primary procedure and reaches close to 5% in cases of reverse shoulder arthroplasty (RSA). 4 , 5

Gösta Ullmark

mean Oxford Hip Score of 17.4 (12 to 32). The score was 26.7 (15 to 47) after one episode of dislocation at a mean follow-up of 4.5 years (1 to 20), 27.2 (12 to 45) after recurrent dislocation, 34.5 (12 to 54) after successful revision surgery and 42

Georgios Tsikandylakis, Maziar Mohaddes, Peter Cnudde, Antti Eskelinen, Johan Kärrholm, and Ola Rolfson

with a high risk of dislocation and/or revision situations, has limited long-term follow-up internationally and is still subject to uncertainty regarding polyethylene wear, intraprosthetic dislocation and implant fixation. 9 - 11 Fig. 1 The

Gilles Pasquier, Matthieu Ehlinger, and Didier Mainard

Introduction The number of surgical revisions of total knee arthroplasty (TKA) is increasing 1 due to the steady increase in the number of TKA procedures. 2 , 3 The principal reasons for TKA revision are aseptic loosening, infection