|Date:07/01/2007 HEALTHWATCH Revolutionary surgery Hip resurfacing: Fewer risks, more benefits. ARTHRITIS of the hip joint is a common problem in India. It occurs due to damage to the joint from various conditions such as Osteoarthritis (wear and tear arthritis), avascular necrosis (death of the bone due to lack of blood supply), trauma or injury (previous hip fractures), infection, rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis and other diseases. It causes severe pain, stiffness, deformity, decreased mobility and severe disability. In India, hip joint|
1/1/2008Journal: Clinical Orthopaedics and Related ResearchCitation: 465:71-79, December 2007.Authors: Carolyn Anglin, PhD, PEng; Bassam A Masri, MD, FRCSC; Jérôme Tonetti, MD; Antony J Hodgson, PhD, PEng; Nelson V Greidanus, MD, FRCSCFemoral neck fracture is the most common short-term concern after hip resurfacing arthroplasty. Currently, there is little basis to decide between neutral and valgus placement.
We loaded 10 notched cadaveric femur pairs to failure; one side was implanted at 0[degrees] relative to the femoral
The word Arthritis is defined in the dictionary as “inflammation of the joint or joints.” Inflammation is usually in the synovium. The amount of cartilage damage and inflammation varies with the type and stage of arthritis. Normally pain is caused by inflammation in the early stages of arthritis. The cartilage becomes worn away in the later stages of arthritis and the pain often comes from the bone on bone condition when the cartilage is gone. Normally this is the time … Read the rest