«Reconstrucción acetabular utilizando un anillo de extremo reforzado con gancho para la artroplastia total de cadera en displasia de desarrollo de la cadera osteoartrítica. «
Klaus Arno Siebenrock, MD ⁎ [MEDLINE LOOKUP] Moritz Tannast, MD [MEDLINE LOOKUP] Seachin Kim, MD 1 [MEDLINE LOOKUP] Walter Morgenstern, MD [MEDLINE LOOKUP] Reinhold Ganz, MD [MEDLINE LOOKUP]
The outcome of 33 total hip arthroplasties using an acetabular reinforcement ring with hook for osteoarthritis associated with developmental dysplasia of the hip was reevaluated after a minimal follow-up of 10 years (average, 10.8 years). Most cases comprised Crowe type II (22 hips) and type III (7 hips) dysplasia. The mean D’Aubigné score increased from 7 to 15 points. Three revisions (9%) were performed for aseptic loosening, 2 of them had a structural autograft. None of the unrevised 30 acetabular reconstructions showed definite radiographic signs of loosening. These results compare favorably with the literature and the acetabular reinforcement ring with hook presents a versatile tool for acetabular bone stock deficiencies.
The Journal of Arthroplasty. June 2005 Volume 20 Number 4 .