Use of Cages

  • William N. Capello
  • Edward J. Hellman
  • Judy R. Feinberg

Abstract

Revision of the acetabular component presents a challenge to the arthroplasty surgeon. Severe bone loss secondary to acetabular component migration and osteolysis often results in major segmental and /or cavitary defects. Complex reconstructions are necessary to manage these bony defects on the acetabular side.

Keywords

Fatigue Migration Cage Polyethylene Liner 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • William N. Capello
  • Edward J. Hellman
  • Judy R. Feinberg

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