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    • CEMENT-IN-CEMENT REVISION OF THE FEMUR IN THE INFECTED HIP ARTHROPLASTY 

      W, Fishley; V, Selvaratnam; I, Carluke; P, Partington; M, Reed; D, Kramer; M, Wilson; M, Hubble; J, Howell; A, Timperley; S, Whitehouse; AA, Kassam; T, Petheram (British Editorial Society of Bone and Joint Journal, 2021-08-19)
      Femoral cement-in-cement revision is a well described technique to reduce morbidity and complications in hip revision surgery. Traditional techniques for septic revision necessitate removal of all bone cement from the ...
    • EARLY OUTCOMES OF SURGERY FOR FEMOROACETABULAR IMPINGEMENT: A STUDY USING THE UK NON-ARTHROPLASTY REGISTRY (NAHR) DATASET 

      R, Holleyman; MA, Sohatee; M, Bankes; T, Andrade; C, McBryde; T, Board; J, Conroy; M, Wilson; A, Malviya; V, Khanduja (British Editorial Society of Bone and Joint Journal, 2021-08-19)
      FAI may cause pain or functional impairment for an individual, as well as potentially resulting in arthritis and degeneration of the hip joint. Results from recent randomised control trials demonstrate the superiority of ...
    • FUNCTIONAL OUTCOMES OF PELVIC OSTEOTOMIES FOR HIP DYSPLASIA: A STUDY USING THE UK NON-ARTHROPLASTY HIP REGISTRY (NAHR) DATASET 

      R, Holleyman; MA, Sohatee; M, Bankes; J, Witt; T, Andrade; T, Board; C, McBryde; J, Conroy; M, Wilson; V, Khanduja; A, Malviya (British Editorial Society of Bone and Joint Journal, 2021-08-19)
      Pelvic re-orientation osteotomy is a well-recognised treatment of young adults with developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH). The most commonly used technique is the periacetabular osteotomy (PAO), however, some surgeons ...