Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings Following Ceramic-on-Ceramic Total Hip Arthroplasty Using Modular Neck Femoral Components.

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Summary of "Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings Following Ceramic-on-Ceramic Total Hip Arthroplasty Using Modular Neck Femoral Components."

Adverse reactions to metal debris after total hip arthroplasty are an increasing concern. Metal debris is released from the metal-on-metal articulation itself as well as from the head-neck taper. There is also a risk of corrosion at the neck-stem junction. Some stems were recalled because of high revision rates as a result of metal debris from the modular junction. We conducted a retrospective analysis of the 3-year to 8-year clinical and radiographic outcomes of a consecutive cohort of patients who underwent cementless total hip arthroplasty using a modular hip prosthesis with ceramic-on-ceramic bearings.


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Name: Bulletin of the Hospital for Joint Disease (2013)
ISSN: 2328-5273
Pages: 171-175


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