Hip-Spine Relationships: A New Concept to Analyse THP Dysfunction and Instability

  • J.-Y. Lazennec
  • G. Saillant
Conference paper
Part of the Ceramics in Orthopaedics book series (CIO)


Dislocation is one of the most common complications of total hip replacement [25, 26]. The period of greatest risk for dislocation has been reported to be within the first few months after surgery, but, even if a hip is stable initially, a first dislocation still can occurs years after surgery.


Femoral Component Standing Position Pelvic Tilt Pelvic Incidence Acetabular Anteversion 
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