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

loss and reducing augment utilization. Notably, several technical issues are still to be optimized before robotic-assisted revision TJA could be considered as a standard procedure, including preoperative metal artifacts, registration techniques, closed

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

A Prkić, N P Vermeulen, B W Kooistra, B The, M P J van den Bekerom, and D Eygendaal

years, TEA has undergone several changes concerning indications and operative technique, but the complication rate and the need for revision are still higher than after knee and hip arthroplasty ( 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 ). For many surgical procedures

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

Theofilos Karachalios, George Komnos, and Antonios Koutalos

comorbidities (e.g. obesity, diabetes), and the use of immunosuppressive drugs. In addition, an increased incidence of low-virulence infections has been observed and a number of revision procedures, previously recorded as ‘revision due to aseptic loosening’, are

Abdus S. Burahee, Andrew D. Sanders, and Dominic M. Power

require a revision procedure. Risk factors for failure include younger age at presentation, greater static two-point discrimination and history of diabetes. 8 Failed cubital tunnel decompression Failure following any surgical procedure is

Khaled M. Sarraf, Ravi Popat, Kathryn L. Kneale, Rajarshi Bhattacharya, Manoj Ramachandran, Pramod Achan, and Sammy A. Hanna

arthroplasty by follow-up, due to prosthetic failure. The authors of this article would suggest that these six revision procedures should have been included, and would change the revision rate from 19% to 32.4% for their study. The overall revision rate for THA

Corentin Pangaud, Matthieu Ollivier, and Jean-Noël Argenson

comparable patient groups and the criteria for selection of single- or two-stage revision are not defined precisely. Following Gehrke et al, 18 we consider that each procedure should be performed considering various selection criteria and considering

Claudio Legnani, Andrea Parente, Franco Parente, and Alberto Ventura

. Outcomes of interest included indications, surgical technique and associated procedures, type of prosthesis, clinical and functional outcomes, rate of complications, revision surgery and failure rate. Results Search results Overall, the search

Carlos A. Encinas-Ullán, Primitivo Gómez-Cardero, Juan S. Ruiz-Pérez, and E. Carlos Rodríguez-Merchán

years Case 1: The old 12-mm tibial insert was explanted and replaced with a 21-mm insert Case 2: A revision procedure with another 23-mm tibial insert Case 1: Gave way upon standing up while gardening with the tibial metal post fractured Case 2: by