Two Bearing Ceramic Surfaces with a Self Adjusting Cup: A New Solution to avoid Dislocation and Subluxation in Total Hip Prosthesis

  • J.-Y. Lazennec
  • Chen Qingshan
  • An Kai Nan
  • B. Masson
Conference paper
Part of the Ceramics in Orthopaedics book series (CIO)


Dislocation remains one of the most common complications after total hip arthroplasty.


Rotation Centre Ball Head Bearing Couple Bipolar Head Acetabular Tilt 
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  • J.-Y. Lazennec
  • Chen Qingshan
  • An Kai Nan
  • B. Masson

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