Early experience with eccentric acetabular components in revision total hip arthroplasty.


Osteolysis associated with acetabular component loosening can produce significant acetabular defects. The combined (segmental and cavitary) or type III defect can present a very challenging reconstructive problem. Several methods of reconstruction for type III defects have been described, including the use of oblong or eccentric sockets. These implants are… (More)


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