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Luigi Zagra, Francesco Benazzo, Dante Dallari, Francesco Falez, Giuseppe Solarino, Rocco D’Apolito, and Claudio Carlo Castelli

junction and pelvic tilt >25°; pelvic incidence–lumber lordosis >10°); rigid and unbalanced (rigid spinopelvic junction and PT >25°; PI–LL >10°). The four categories in Hip–Spine Classification are: 1A (normal alignment; normal mobility): in this type of

Rory Cuthbert, James Wong, Philip Mitchell, and Parag Kumar Jaiswal

influence of spinopelvic mobility and the acetabular component inclination and anteversion for THA. 41 , 42 Movement from standing to sitting is accompanied by posterior tilt of the pelvis, thus enabling the acetabulum to open for clearance of the hip

Charles Rivière, Stefan Lazic, Louis Dagneaux, Catherine Van Der Straeten, Justin Cobb, and Sarah Muirhead-Allwood

. Stefl M Lundergan W Heckmann N . Spinopelvic mobility and acetabular component position for total hip arthroplasty . Bone Joint J 2017 ; 99-B ( suppl A ): 37 - 45 . 19. Bedard NA Martin CT Slaven

Javier Pizones and Eduardo García-Rey

the spatial position of the hip influenced by functional pelvic and femur motion; the new concept of functional stability. 57 In patients with low spino-pelvic mobility, the acetabular component requires more coronal inclination and anteversion

Geert Meermans, George Grammatopoulos, Moritz Innmann, and David Beverland

studies have demonstrated a significantly higher risk for dislocation in patients with abnormal spinopelvic characteristics ( 25 , 38 , 39 ). Spinopelvic mobility describes the interaction of the lumbar spine, the pelvis and hip joint, whereas these

Juan I. Cirillo Totera, José G. Fleiderman Valenzuela, Jorge A. Garrido Arancibia, Samuel T. Pantoja Contreras, Lyonel Beaulieu Lalanne, and Facundo L. Alvarez-Lemos

, pelvic tilt; SVA, sacral vertical axis; TPA, T1-pelvic angle. Source : Taken from Lafage R, Schwab F, Challier V, et al. Defining spino-pelvic alignment thresholds: should operative goals in adult spinal deformity surgery account for age? SPINE

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

replacement for patients with ankylosing spondylitis . J Arthroplasty 2015 ; 30 : 2219 - 23 . 59. Stefl M Lundergan W Heckmann N . Spinopelvic mobility and acetabular component position for total hip arthroplasty . Bone

Nick Evans and Michael McCarthy

, and so this article will use the term ‘mobility/movement’ to describe a dynamic spondylolisthesis where possible. Patient factors Factors such as patient age, sex, occupation, body mass index and clinical symptoms have been found to correlate

Emmanuelle Ferrero and Pierre Guigui

observe a loss of mobility at long-term follow-up with dynamic stabilization; therefore, the advantage at long-term follow-up seems theoretical. Another advantage of fusion is to prevent occurrence of articular cysts; 30 indeed, several authors

Habeeb Bishi, Joshua B V Smith, Vipin Asopa, Richard E Field, Chao Wang, and David H Sochart

must be taken into account when planning total hip arthroplasty. Spinal deformity and abnormal pelvic mobility have been associated with an increased risk of instability, dislocation and revision ( 32 ), and as such, patients with suspected spino-pelvic