13 March 2021>: Clinical Research
Mid-Term Outcomes of Cementless Total Hip Arthroplasty in Adult Patients with Childhood Hip InfectionZhenhao Qian ABCDEF , Askar Mamtimin ABG , Xiaogang Zhang ABD , Boyong Xu BDE , Wenbo Mu CEF , Li Cao ABDEG*
Med Sci Monit 2021; 27:e930760
Figure 2 A 28-year-old man with left sequelae of childhood hip infection (ankyloses fusion type). (A–C) Preoperative X-ray and CT 3D reconstruction show the hip joint has abduction-extorsion deformity and ankylosis. (D) Preoperative gait, he cannot even walk normally. (E) Intraoperatively, we used the strategy of “single incision, double approaches”, posterolateral incision, femoral neck osteotomy by anterior and posterior approach. (F) Postoperative X-ray. The hip was reconstructed at the level of the anatomic hip center with cementless acetabular. (G) Normal gait was restored and the hip deformity returned to normal 1 year after the operation. (H) Seven years after the surgery, the femoral prosthesis is stable in a satisfactory position and the position of the acetabular prosthesis was also stable and acceptable.