Outcomes for cemented dual mobility cup to treat recurrent instability; A UK case series.

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Summary of "Outcomes for cemented dual mobility cup to treat recurrent instability; A UK case series."

Recurrent dislocation of Total Hip Replacement (THR) is often multifactorial and remains a significant surgical challenge with a significant risk of further instability. Dual Mobility Cups (DMC) have been used widely with good long term results in France with few studies in the British literature, especially assessing their use for recurrent instability. We set out to assess whether recurrent instability can be successfully treated solely with revision of acetabular component to a dual mobility cup.


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Name: Journal of orthopaedics
ISSN: 0972-978X
Pages: 220-223


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