arthroplasty


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surgical reconstruction or replacement of a malformed or degenerated joint

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India has one of the fastest growing large joint arthroplasty markets in the world.
5) The JSES authors noted, for example, that fast growth in the number of revisions for upper extremities as seen in Chart (1) is troubling because revision surgery is more complex than primary arthroplasty.
This is part of the commitments made by the MEC for Health, Ms Qedani Mahlangu, during her Budget Vote address in June 2015, wherein she said, to address the long waiting times for the cataract surgery and arthroplasty, the Department will implement various measures to eliminate the backlogs by the end of October 2015.
Retained cement is an established complication of hip arthroplasty with an estimated incidence of 0.
Resection arthroplasty, arthrodesis and amputation are other treatment methods [37, 17, 52, 2, 44].
With respect to the intra-operative tension of the nerve studied in vivo with a video extensometer in 10 patients (29) during the arthroplasty procedure with a posterior approach, a significant stretching of the nerve was noted with the hip flexed and the knee extended.
The assumption that 'no statistically significant difference found between these techniques for relevant outcomes in arthroplasty means that there is no difference' is incorrect, as the existing trials have not been powered to find these differences.
Acute arterial complications associated with total hip and knee arthroplasty.
A total of 126 patients older than 18 years with severe arthritis of the hip joint, suitable for resurfacing arthroplasty of the hip, participated.
The purpose of this report is to highlight the potential for malignancy to mimic septic and aseptic loosening and to include it in the differential diagnosis in the failing hip arthroplasty in order to avoid caveat revision arthroplasty (5,6).
Finally, linear regression analysis was performed to determine whether total intensity of physical activity was predicted by revision hip arthroplasty.
Chapters are in sections on basics such as operating room set up and patient preparation, and techniques for unconstrained shoulder arthroplasty for chronic disease, unconstrained shoulder arthroplasty for chronic fracture, reverse shoulder arthroplasty, alternatives to conventional shoulder arthroplasty, and revision shoulder arthroplasty.
DESCRIPTION: A user friendly reference for decision making in hip arthroplasty designed in a question formed clinical problem scenarios and answers format .
Mark Pitkin states that "adopting the medullary canal as a holding compartment for the pylon's shaft creates a problem of shaft loosening, which has not yet been solved in arthroplasty.
Conservative procedures for the treatment of osteonecrosis of the hip have long been advocated because of the typically young age of most patients [1-3] and the poor long-term results of total hip arthroplasty [4,5].