Revision of total hip replacement with solid cortico-spongious bone graft for medial acetabular disruption.

In revision of failed total hip replacements with disruption of the medial acetabular wall the use of autogenous solid cortico-spongious bone graft proved to be a successful surgical procedure. In 7/8 revisions followed for 2-3 years, the bone grafts healed, as seen radiographically on plain film or by conventional tomography and no further acetabular… CONTINUE READING