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Indian Orthopaedic Association 57th Annual Conference 2012
[ 16 January 2013 ]

International Revision Hip Arthroplasty Symposium November 2012
[ 30 November 2012 ]

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Which factors determine the wear rate of large-diameter metal-on-metal hip replacements? Multivariate analysis of two hundred and seventy-six components.
[ 12 July 2013 ]

Medical management of osteonecrosis of the hip: a review
[ 12 July 2013 ]

Infection

Infection involving the joint is quite rare.  It was more common a hundred years ago when tuberculosis was widespread.  Infection can occur in neonates (babies), children or sometimes after therapeutic injections.  The net effect of infection is to cause damage to the cartilage and surrounding tissues and its damage results in arthritis.

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