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The association between Femoral Tilt and impingement-free range-of-motion in total hip arthroplasty

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-258520
Renkawitz, Tobias ; Haimerl, Martin ; Dohmen, Lars ; Gneiting, Sabine ; Lechler, Philipp ; Woerner, Michael ; Springorum, Hans-Robert ; Weber, Markus ; Sussmann, Patrick ; Sendtner, Ernst ; Grifka, Joachim
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Abstract

Background There is a complex interaction among acetabular component position and antetorsion of the femoral stem in determining the maximum, impingement-free prosthetic range-of-motion (ROM) in total hip arthroplasty (THA). By insertion into the femoral canal, stems of any geometry follow the natural anterior bow of the proximal femur, creating a sagittal Femoral Tilt (FT). We sought to study ...

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