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 4 A 39-year-old man with left sequelae of childhood hip infection (dislocation type). (A, B) Preoperative X-ray and CT 3D reconstruction show the high dislocation hip deformity and the narrow femoral canal deformity. (C) Postoperative X-ray. The cup was placed in the true position of the acetabulum and 2 cerclage bands around the femur were used to prevent intraoperative fractures. (D) Four years after the surgery, the femoral and acetabulum prosthesis are stable in satisfactory position.