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Artroplastia total de cadera asociada a osteotomía femoral supracondilea en luxaciones altas. Técnica quirúrgica y presentación de casos

  title={Artroplastia total de cadera asociada a osteotom{\'i}a femoral supracondilea en luxaciones altas. T{\'e}cnica quir{\'u}rgica y presentaci{\'o}n de casos},
  author={Nicol{\'a}s Restrepo Giraldo and Ricardo Guzman Moral},
Con el auge sorprendente que cada dia cobra la Artroplastia, no es raro que se realicen procedimientos de este tipo en pacientes jovenes, quienes cada vez mejor documentados, exigen solucion a problemas tan severos como la Luxacion Alta no tratada. Los cirujanos que se enfrentan a este tipo de pacientes, e incluso han tenido que revisarlos, conocen los problemas tecnicos y el mayor dano al extremo proximal del femur que causan las tecnicas corrientemente aceptadas. Es por esto, que tratando de… Expand
Artroplastia total da anca com osteotomia de encurtamento subtrocantérica para a doença de desenvolvimento da anca Tipo IV de Crowe
Joint replacement for high dislocations (Crowe type IV) implies with regularly a shortening femoral osteotomy to prevent neurological damage by stretching the sciatic nerve. Expand


Subtrochanteric femoral shortening osteotomy in total hip arthroplasty for high-riding developmental dislocation of the hip.
Subtrochanteric osteotomy in total hip arthroplasty for developmental dislocation of the hip allows for acetabular exposure and diaphyseal shortening while facilitating femoral derotation, and some of the potential complications of greater trochanterics osteotomy may be avoided. Expand
Cementless total hip arthroplasty for congenitally dislocated or dysplastic hips : technique for replacement with a straight femoral component : Advances in Finland
A new straight cementless stem was used for replacement of 67 dislocated or severely dysplastic hips and a metaphyseal shortening osteotomy was combined with distal advancement of the greater trochanter with intact attachment of the abductor muscles. Expand
Total Hip Arthroplasty with Use of an Acetabular Reinforcement Ring in Patients Who Have Congenital Dysplasia of the Hip. Results at Five to Fifteen Years*
The purpose of our study was to examine the clinical and technical problems associated with reconstruction of the hip in patients who had congenital dysplasia and to offer recommendations for theirExpand
Radiological demarcation of cemented sockets in total hip replacement.
The fact that nearly 30 per cent of cases showed no demarcation even after 10 years supports the idea that there is no fundamental defect in the principle of employing cement in the acetabulum. Expand
Medial protrusio technique for placement of a porous-coated, hemispherical acetabular component without cement in a total hip arthroplasty in patients who have acetabular dysplasia.
The medial protrusio technique is a predictable, reproducible method for obtaining fixation of a porous-coated, hemispherical acetabular component in a dysplastic acetabulum that avoids the use of support bone graft and thereby reduces the operative time; facilitates rehabilitation by permitting earlier weight-bearing of the hip. Expand
Morphology of the acetabulum in congenital dislocation of the hip. Gross, histological and roentgenographic studies.
  • I. Ponseti
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume
  • 1978
Examination of many newborn infants indicated that hip "clicks" are common and are not diagnostic of hip dysplasia, and scattered ossification centers in the acetabular cartilage were seen on the roentgenograms of nearly half of fifty-nine hips with congenital dislocation reduced after the child was two years old, but less frequently in hips reduced at an earlier age. Expand
Coxarthrosis after congenital dysplasia. Treatment by total hip arthroplasty without acetabular bone-grafting.
It is concluded that the addition of a large, solid, superolateral bone graft above a cemented acetabular component does not decrease the likelihood of loosening and may increase it. Expand
Total hip arthroplasty in high congenital dislocation. 21 hips with a minimum five-year follow-up.
Total arthroplasty was performed on 21 congenitally dislocated hips in 18 women. In all cases the femoral head was dislocated cranially at least one-fifth of the height of the pelvis. The componentsExpand
Traumatic arthritis of the hip after dislocation and acetabular fractures: treatment by mold arthroplasty. An end-result study using a new method of result evaluation.
  • W. Harris
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume
  • 1969
An end-result analysis is presented of thirty-nine mold arthroplasties performed at the Massachusetts General Hospital between 1945 and 1965 in thirty-eight consecutive private patients for arthritisExpand
Treatment of osteoarthrosis secondary to congenital dislocation of the hip. Primary cemented surface replacement compared with conventional total hip replacement.
Seventy-four cemented conventional total hip arthroplasties (in fifty-five patients) and thirty-seven cemented surface replacements (in thirty-two patients) were done between 1971 and 1984 forExpand