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The endoscopically assisted release of the superficial radial nerve may be feasible in a safe and sufficient way.
Standard “cup first” THA navigation does not improve mid-term functional outcome, bony ingrowth and/or polyethylene wear. New concepts in computer-assisted THA, considering cup and stem as coupled biomechanical partners are needed to justify the effort of navigation in routine operations.
Osteolysis and aseptic loosening currently contribute 75 % of implant failures. Furthermore, with over four million joint replacements projected to be performed in the United States annually, osteolysis and aseptic loosening may continue to pose a significant morbidity. This paper reviews the...
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