Acetabulum


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Acetabulum

An ancient Roman unit of volume approximately equivalent to 68 milliliters.
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FE analysis of the behaviour of micro-cracks in the cement mantle of reconstructed acetabulum in the total hip prosthesis, Computational Materials Science 40: 485-491.
Other findings were the presence of pain during hip flexion and MRI showing a pelvic digit located anteroinferiorly next to the right acetabulum and in close proximity to tendon of the m.
Displacement after deformation using a fixation plate attached at a distance of 10 mm from the acetabulum (deformation scale factor is 1:20)
Region of stress concentration was observed at the superior rim of the acetabulum for cortical bone and predicted as 17.
FAI is considered an abnormal contact between the femur and acetabulum, with numerous potential etiologies that include but are not limited to prior femoral neck fracture, prior periacetabular or femoral osteotomy, acetabular retroversion, and slipped capital femoral epiphysis.
The diseased acetabulum (hip socket) was not replaced.
1) along the puboacetabular junction demonstrated subtle intramedullary infiltration in the region of the anterior acetabulum.
Management of Metastatic Bone Disease of the Acetabulum
1,2) In FAI, morphologic abnormalities of the proximal femur, acetabulum, or both cause abnormal contact between the femur and acetabulum during motion of the hip joint, especially during flexion and internal rotation.
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