Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research ®

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Why Do Hip Arthroscopy Procedures Fail?

Ljiljana Bogunovic MD, Meghan Gottlieb MSW, Gail Pashos BS, Geneva Baca BA, John C. Clohisy MD

Despite the successes of hip arthroscopy, clinical failures do occur, and identifying risk factors for failure may facilitate refinement of surgical indications and treatment. Knowledge regarding the reasons for treatment failures may also improve surgical decision making.

Total Hip Arthroplasty for the Sequelae of Legg-Calvé-Perthes Disease

Yaser M. K. Baghdadi MD, A. Noelle Larson MD, Anthony A. Stans MD, Tad M. Mabry MD

The durability and risks associated with total hip arthroplasty (THA) for patients with a history of Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease (LCPD) are not well known.

Results of Treatment of Femoroacetabular Impingement in Adolescents with a Surgical Hip Dislocation Approach

Ernest L. Sink MD, Peter D. Fabricant MD, Zhaoxing Pan PhD, Michael R. Dayton MD, Eduardo Novais MD

The literature contains few studies of open treatment with an open surgical hip dislocation approach for treatment of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) in adolescents. The average age and associated disorders in adolescents with FAI reveal a critical need to study younger patients whose hip disorder has not had time to progress.

Reliability of Overcoverage Parameters With Varying Morphologic Pincer Features: Comparison of EOS® and Radiography

Shafagh Monazzam MD, Mandar Agashe MD, Harish S. Hosalkar MD

Multiple radiographic parameters used for diagnosis and quantification of morphologic pincer features have emerged, but the degree to which pelvic tilt or rotation affects conventional radiography and EOSis unknown.

The Otto Aufranc Award. On the Etiology of the Cam Deformity: A Cross-sectional Pediatric MRI Study

Sasha Carsen MD, MBA, Paul J. Moroz MD, MSc, Kawan Rakhra MD, Leanne M. Ward MD, Hal Dunlap MD, John A. Hay PhD, R. Baxter Willis MD, Paul E. Beaulé MD

Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) has been recognized as a common cause of hip pain as well as a cause of hip arthritis, yet despite this, little is known about the etiology of the cam morphology or possible risk factors associated with its development.

Results of Total Hip Arthroplasty Differ in Subtypes of High Dislocation

George Hartofilakidis MD, George C. Babis MD, DSC, Kalliopi Lampropoulou-Adamidou MD, MSc, John Vlamis MD, DSC

In a previous study, we described two subtypes of high dislocation of the hip depending on the presence (C1) or absence (C2) of a false acetabulum, yet we have already presented the concise followup of total hip arthroplasty (THA) in these patients as a group at a minimum of 15 years.

Do Ion Levels in Metal-on-metal Hip Resurfacing Differ From Those in Metal-on-metal THA at Long-term Followup?

Lucia Savarino BSc, Matteo Cadossi MD, Eugenio Chiarello MD, Nicola Baldini MD, Sandro Giannini MD

Metal-on-metal hip resurfacing arthroplasty (MOM HR) has become an established alternative to traditional metal-on-metal total hip arthroplasty (MOM THA) for younger, more active patients. Nevertheless, concerns remain regarding wear and corrosion of the bearing surfaces and the resulting systemic metal ion distribution.

High Complication Rate After Revision of Large-head Metal-on-metal Total Hip Arthroplasty

Jacob T. Munro MBChB, Bassam A. Masri MD, Clive P. Duncan MD, MSc, Donald S. Garbuz MD, MHSc

Previous studies have indicated poor outcomes in patients having revision of hip resurfacing resulting from adverse local tissue reaction and pseudotumor.

Has Total Hip Arthroplasty in Patients 30 Years or Younger Improved? A Systematic Review

Muyibat A. Adelani MD, James A. Keeney MD, Allison Palisch BS, Susan A. Fowler MLIS, John C. Clohisy MD

The evolution of total hip arthroplasty (THA) generally has led to improved clinical results. However, THA in very young patients historically has been associated with lower survivorship, and it is unclear whether this, or results pertaining to pain and function, has improved with contemporary THA.

Which Functional Assessments Predict Long-term Wear After Total Hip Arthroplasty?

Ryan K. Takenaga MA, MD, John J. Callaghan MD, Nicholas A. Bedard BS, Steve S. Liu MD, Yubo Gao PhD

There is a paucity of literature concerning functional assessment at long-term followup of THAs in general and in young patients specifically. Functional data may be useful in determining differences in the performance of various implants and surgical techniques in THA.