Total hip arthroplasty for adult hip dysplasia.


Preoperative planning is essential to define anatomy, clarify the operative approach and exposure, and ensure that suitable implants are available.Concerns exist regarding the long-term effectiveness and safety of hip resurfacing arthroplasty for the young dysplastic hip.In light of current evidence, concerns exist regarding the use of metal-on-metal articulations for hip arthroplasty in the young dysplastic hip.The ideal bearing surface is not known, although the longest data available support the use of metal-on-polyethylene.

DOI: 10.2106/JBJS.K.00779
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@article{Rogers2012TotalHA, title={Total hip arthroplasty for adult hip dysplasia.}, author={Benedict A. Rogers and Shawn Garbedian and Raul A. Kuchinad and David Backstein and Oleg Safir and Allan E. Gross}, journal={The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume}, year={2012}, volume={94 19}, pages={1809-21} }