Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research ®

A Publication of The Association of Bone and Joint Surgeons ®

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Predictors of Participation in Sports After Hip and Knee Arthroplasty

Daniel H. Williams MBBCh, MSc, Nelson V. Greidanus MD, MPH, Bassam A. Masri MD, Clive P. Duncan MD, MSc, Donald S. Garbuz MD, MHSc

While the primary objective of joint arthroplasty is to improve patient quality of life, pain, and function, younger active patients often demand a return to higher function that includes sporting activity. Knowledge of rates and predictors of return to sports will help inform expectations in patients anticipating return to sports after joint arthroplasty.

Factors Affecting Modular Acetabular Ceramic Liner Insertion: A Biomechanical Analysis

James P. McAuley MD, Douglas A. Dennis MD, Justin Grostefon, William G. Hamilton MD

Ceramic liner fracture is a concern in THA. However, it is unclear what factors influence the risk of facture. To study these factors under controlled conditions, we created a laboratory model to avoid fractures in vitro.

Triple Innominate Osteotomy for Legg-Calvé-Perthes Disease in Children: Does the Lateral Coverage Change With Time?

Harish Hosalkar MD, Ana Laura Munhoz da Cunha MD, Keith Baldwin MD, MPH, Kai Ziebarth MD, Dennis R. Wenger MD

Triple innominate osteotomy (TIO) is one of the modalities of surgical containment in Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease (LCPD). However, overcoverage with TIO can lead to pincer impingement.

Environmental Tobacco and Wood Smoke Increase the Risk of Legg-Calvé-Perthes Disease

Anjali Benjamin Daniel MD, Hitesh Shah MS Orth, Asha Kamath PhD, Vasudev Guddettu MSc, Benjamin Joseph MCh Orth

The etiology of Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease (LCPD) remains unknown. A few studies have suggested passive smoke inhalation may be a risk factor, although the association is not confirmed and a causal relationship has not been established.

Second-generation Annealed Highly Cross-linked Polyethylene Exhibits Low Wear

James A. D’Antonio MD, William N. Capello MD, Rama Ramakrishnan MS

Compared with conventional polyethylene, first-generation highly cross-linked polyethylenes have low wear, but controversy exists regarding their reduced mechanical strength and/or retained free radicals. Second-generation highly cross-linked polyethylenes have been developed to reduce wear, maintain mechanical strength, and have oxidative resistance, but it is unclear whether they do so.

Tantalum Augments for Paprosky IIIA Defects Remain Stable at Midterm Followup

Daniel J. Gaizo MD, Vamsi Kancherla MD, Scott M. Sporer MD, Wayne G. Paprosky MD

Initial reports with short-term followup of porous tantalum acetabular components and augments for Paprosky IIIA acetabular defects demonstrate high hip scores, low rates of aseptic loosening, and low rates of complications. However, longer-term followup with a larger cohort is needed to determine the durability of these reconstructions.

Does Shelf Acetabuloplasty Influence Acetabular Growth and Remodeling?

Won Joon Yoo MD, Hyuk Ju Moon MD, Tae-Joon Cho MD, In Ho Choi MD

Shelf acetabuloplasty has the potential to cause iatrogenic acetabular growth arrest, although accelerated acetabular growth has been reported based on plain radiographic evaluations in patients with Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease. Because plain radiographs may be limited in depicting actual acetabular morphology, it is unclear whether there are growth disturbances.

Causes of Failure of Ceramic-on-Ceramic and Metal-on-Metal Hip Arthroplasties

Manny Porat MD, Javad Parvizi MD, FRCS, Peter F. Sharkey MD, Keith R. Berend MD, Adolph V. Lombardi MD, FACS, Robert L. Barrack MD

Few large series of hard bearing surfaces have reported on reasons for early failure. A number of unique mechanisms of failure, including fracture, squeaking, and adverse tissue reactions, have been reported with these hard bearing surfaces. However, the incidence varies among the published studies.

High Incidence of Migration with Poor Initial Fixation of the Accolade® Stem

Craig A. White MD, Sasha Carsen MD, Kevin Rasuli BSc, Robert J. Feibel MD, FRCSC, Paul R. Kim MD, FRCSC, Paul E. Beaulé MD, FRCSC

Numerous cementless femoral stem design variations are in clinical use. Because initial implant instability and micromotion are associated with aseptic loosening of the femoral component, migration analysis provides an early assessment of implant survivorship.

Does Previous Reconstructive Surgery Influence Functional Improvement and Deformity Correction After Periacetabular Osteotomy?

Gregory G. Polkowski MD, Eduardo N. Novais MD, Young-Jo Kim MD, Michael B. Millis MD, Perry L. Schoenecker MD, John C. Clohisy MD

The Bernese periacetabular osteotomy (PAO) is commonly used to surgically treat residual acetabular dysplasia. However, the degree to which function and radiographic deformity are corrected in patients with more severe deformities that have undergone previous reconstructive pelvic or femoral osteotomies is unclear.