Is dual mobility cup total hip replacement associated with increased incidence of heterotopic ossification compared to conventional total hip replacements in fracture neck of femur patients?
Author(s) Rashed R.A.; Abdalaziz A.; Veivenn V.Y.; Tetali S.R.; Choudry Q.A. et al.
Source Injury; Nov 2020; vol. 51 (no. 11); p. 2676-2681
Publication Date Nov 2020
Introduction: The incidence of heterotopic ossification after total hip replacement is variable in the literature. If symptomatic, it may cause pain and reduced range of motion. Dual mobility total hip replacements have been considered a valuable option for the treatment of femoral neck fractures in the active patients, achieving good range of motion with reduced risk of dislocation. The occurrence of HO may have detrimental effect on this type of articulation and may accelerate polyethylene wear and predispose to intra-prosthetic dislocation. We compared the incidence of HO in DMC versus conventional THR in femoral neck fracture patients across 3 large trauma institutes
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