Vincent Lestrat

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INTRODUCTION The alumina-on-alumina bearing couple in total hip replacement seems to be well adapted for young and active patients because of the absence of wear and the rarity of osteolysis. Over the long term, doubts persist as to the cementless cup fixation and on the functioning of this bearing system because of possible acoustic emissions during use.(More)
Hip fusion conversion has shown mixed results, in particular a higher rate of failure than primary total hip replacement. Conversion is usually carried out by a lateral approach. We reported a series of 37 hip fusion conversions performed by an anterior approach. Clinical and radiographic outcomes of this unusual approach were reported at eight years of(More)
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