Total hip arthroplasty (THA) in dysplastic hips is challenging, and each specific implant used in this context has been associated with specific complications. A registry study was performed to query survival rates, hazard ratios, and reasons for revision of different stem designs in THAs after developmental dysplasia of the hip.

Survival rates and reasons for revision of different stem designs in total hip arthroplasty for developmental dysplasia: a regional registry study

Di Martino, Alberto
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Castagnini, Francesco;Stefanini, Niccolò;Geraci, Giuseppe;Pilla, Federico;Traina, Francesco;Faldini, Cesare
2021

Abstract

Total hip arthroplasty (THA) in dysplastic hips is challenging, and each specific implant used in this context has been associated with specific complications. A registry study was performed to query survival rates, hazard ratios, and reasons for revision of different stem designs in THAs after developmental dysplasia of the hip.
Di Martino, Alberto; Castagnini, Francesco; Stefanini, Niccolò; Bordini, Barbara; Geraci, Giuseppe; Pilla, Federico; Traina, Francesco; Faldini, Cesare
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