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Fig. 1A–D

Fig. 1A–D. From: Alumina Heads Minimize Wear and Femoral Osteolysis Progression After Isolated Simple Acetabular Revision.

(A) A prerevision radiograph shows the hip of a patient with wear of the PE cup and femoral osteolysis; the femoral head was zirconia. (B) Osteolysis of the calcar at 1 year after isolated acetabular revision (arrow) is shown; the femoral head is alumina. (C) Osteolysis of the calcar is shown 10 years later. (D) The osteolysis of the calcar (arrow) regressed 15 years later.

Philippe Hernigou, et al. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2012 November;470(11):3094-3100.
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Fig. 2A–C

Fig. 2A–C. From: Alumina Heads Minimize Wear and Femoral Osteolysis Progression After Isolated Simple Acetabular Revision.

(A) A prerevision radiograph shows the hip of a patient with cup loosening (zirconia head); the osteolytic lesion size was calculated to be 981 mm2 and is the maximum lesion size treated with femoral head change in this series. (B) Osteolysis of the calcar at 1 year after isolated acetabular revision is shown; the femoral head is alumina. (C) The osteolysis of the calcar regressed 18 years later.

Philippe Hernigou, et al. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2012 November;470(11):3094-3100.

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