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My success with minimally invasive periacetabular osteotomy
Manuel Ribas N°266 - Août/Septembre 2017

The periacetabular osteotomy (PAO), also known as the Ganz or Bernese osteotomy (1), has gained international recognition. It is considered to be a reorientation osteotomy that, when used in hip dysplasia and even some unstable hips with poor acetabular coverage, is able to deliver: - Balanced load distribution on the femoral head. - Improved acetabular coverage in all planes. - Joint congruence with cartilage-on-cartilage contact. - A range...


The Hip: Anatomy and Total Replacements
Philippe Chiron N°266 - Août/Septembre 2017

Total hip replacements are now a reliable procedure. Advances in the materials, forms and surgical techniques have made it possible to improve outcomes and survival and reduce the risk...

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Georgina Parsons - on 03/10/2017

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