Medial Acetabular Wall Breach in Total Hip Arthroplasty - Is Full-Weight Bearing Possible?

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Summary of "Medial Acetabular Wall Breach in Total Hip Arthroplasty - Is Full-Weight Bearing Possible?"

A breach of the medial acetabular wall is a phenomenon seen frequently due to over-reaming during total hip arthroplasty (THA). The consequences of this issue are not fully understood particularly in cementless THA. A retrospective study was performed to answer whether: 1) immediate postoperative full-weight bearing in the presence of a medial acetabular wall breach after THA results in more short-term revisions of the acetabular component, 2) increases the risk for migration of the acetabular component?


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Name: Orthopaedics & traumatology, surgery & research : OTSR
ISSN: 1877-0568


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