Correct component placement is of significant importance to ensure optimal outcomes in total hip arthroplasty (THA). Traditionally, the Lewinnek plane has been referenced as an adequate "safe zone", formed between the anterior superior iliac spines and public tubercles to optimize acetabular orientation. However, recent evidence shows that the positioning… (More)
Background: Injuries to the glenoid labrum frequently require repair with anchors. Placing anchor devices arthroscopically can be challenging, and anchor malpositioning can complicate surgical outcomes.