Failure mechanism of the all-polyethylene glenoid implant

@inproceedings{Sarah2010FailureMO,
  title={Failure mechanism of the all-polyethylene glenoid implant},
  author={Junaid Sarah and Gupta Sanjay and Sanghavi Sanjay and Anglin Carolyn and Roger J. Emery and Amis Andrew and Hansen Ulrich},
  booktitle={Journal of biomechanics},
  year={2010}
}
Fixation failure of glenoid components is the main cause of unsuccessful total shoulder arthroplasties. The characteristics of these failures are still not well understood, hence, attempts at improving the implant fixation are somewhat blind and the failure rate remains high. This lack of understanding is largely due to the fundamental problem that direct observations of failure are impossible as the fixation is inherently embedded within the bone. Twenty custom made implants, reflecting… CONTINUE READING

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