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[Today, the trend in biomaterials for total hip arthroplasty is designed to tailor properties.]
[The orthopaedic implants history goes back to the nineteenth century.]
[It is well known that the insertion of either a metallic and ceramic implant or its combination.]
[Metals have been used extensively in the manufacturing of orthopedic implants for different application in multiple forms. Different materials throughout history have been tested as replacements for bone. The extensive use in modern times of metals and alloys is related to the availability and...
[The etiology for implant failure is becoming increasingly important.]
[Total hip replacement surgery is among the most successful procedures performed by orthopedic surgeons providing both immediate and long-term relief to persons suffering severe issues such as hip arthritis, hip osteonecrosis, or other complex hip problems. Ceramic hip implants are among the...
[The immuno-allergological compatibility of ceramic materials in arthroplasty.]
[For this important reason, it is imperative that physicians and prosthetists alike understand the mechanical performance of the different biomaterials currently available for total joint arthroplasty and evaluate these materials in the context of joint mechanics. There is a need to consolidate...
[It is well known that metals and their alloys, ceramics and polymers have been extensively.]
[Joint replacement using different materials has been used over the past 50 years with outstanding success. Millions of people throughout the world have benefited from THA surgery, extending their mobility and quality-of-life by years.]
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