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|Title:||Difficulties associated with the variable geometry of different-offset Exeter long stems in cement-in-cement technique: A case report.|
|Citation:||J Orthop.2018 Jun;(15)2:467-470|
|Abstract:||Although the cement in cement technique is a simple method for exchanging cemented stems, it may be technical demanding. The different geometry of different-offset Exeter long stems can be a problem with this technique. We describe a case revision hip surgery as a consequence of neglected bipolar hemiarthroplasty dislocation in which a 44 mm offset long stem was exchanged by a shorter and smaller size 37.5 mm offset stem. The implications of the procedure and the surgical pitfalls are discussed.|
|Appears in Collections:||Hospitales > H. U. Infanta Leonor > Artículos|
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