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Survivorship of the Modular Femoral Revision Stem.

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The geriatric population represents a rapidly growing segment of society with prolonged life expectancies and more active lifestyles. Many of these patients have already undergone primary total hip arthroplasty (THA) and are presenting with aseptic loosening, polyethylene wear, osteolysis, or periprosthetic fractures. Therefore, the demand for hip revision procedures is expected to grow. Currently, there are many modular implant options available for use in complicated revision THA. Early results of modular femoral revision systems are promising for the treatment of the deficient femur in complex revision THA. The objective of this study was to evaluate component survivorship of a modular femoral revision system in revision THA. A retrospective review was conducted using electronic health records of patients who underwent revision THA performed by 1 of 3 surgeon investigators from 2010 through 2014. The authors included all patients who underwent a revision THA using a specific modular femoral revision system. The authors evaluated component survivorship and time to re-revision THA. Fifty-one revision THAs were included. Seven patients required a second revision THA (13.7%; 95% confidence interval, 4%-23%). Mean time to re-revision THA was 4.88±3.9 months. Kaplan-Meier survivorship using re-revision for any reason was 86.3% at 60 months. This study showed excellent component survivorship of the specific modular femoral revision system in revision THA. [Orthopedics. 201x; xx(x):xx-xx.].

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Name: Orthopedics
ISSN: 1938-2367
Pages: 1-5

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