Abstract The incidence of periprosthetic fractures is rising significantly as more replacement arthroplasties are performed. They are a potentially devastating complication associated with high morbidity and mortality. Their management is a sub-specialty in itself. This article outlines the principles of the management of periprosthetic fractures of the lower limb.
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Background: To our knowledge, no study has assessed the ability of rigid patient positioning devices to afford arthroplasty surgeons with ideal acetabular orientation throughout surgery. The purpose of this study is to use robotic armeassisted computer navigation to assess the reliability of pelvic position in total hip arthroplasty performed on patients positioned with rigid positioning...
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Unicompartmental knee arthroplasty and total knee arthroplasty are reliable treatment options for osteoarthritis. In order to improve survivorship rates, variables that are intraoperatively controlled by the orthopedic surgeon are being evaluated. These variables include lower leg alignment,
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I graduated from Leicester – Warwick Medical School in 2004 with merit and completed my orthopaedic training in West Midlands, on the Warwick Orthopaedic Training Programme. I completed further, advanced training at Oxford, a centre of excellence in orthopaedic research. [more]