Acetabulum

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Acetabulum

An ancient Roman unit of volume approximately equivalent to 68 milliliters.
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Finite element analysis of acetabular transverse fracture reconstruction treated with different internal fixation methods, in 2010 International Conference on Optoelectronics and Image Processing 1: 557-560.
Arcam then installed an EBM machine at Adler Ortho's manufacturing facilities in Milan, forming an integral part of their production system, and they were thus ready to start their own production of acetabular cups with trabecular structures.
In our view, primary acetabular osteoporosis of TOH in pregnancy runs a more benign course than the TOH with femoral head involvement.
In addition, reports about the frequency of acetabular labral tears, and which hip the pathology occurs (for athletes) would also be beneficial for understanding the mechanism of this pathology.
Protrusio acetabuli and acetabular retroversion (a posteriorly oriented acetabulum) can be seen on oblique axial MRI of the hip.
A Multicenter Evaluation of Acetabular Cup Positioning in Robotic-Assisted Total Hip Arthroplasty.
7) Interestingly, in a study by Wenger and Kendell and colleagues (2004) evaluating patients with acetabular labral tears, 27 of 31 had structural hip abnormalities.
5,72,74,75) Some investigators argue that the pain relief following labral debridement may mask the underlying mechanical abnormalities, resulting in progressive damage to the anterolateral acetabular articular cartilage.
The incidence of acetabular erosion following one component hemiarthroplasty implanted for a subcapital femoral fracture increases with time after operation.
The company is recalling its Trident PSL and hemispherical Acetabular Cups that were made in its Cork, Ireland plant.
ACETABULAR DYSPLASIA A congenital condition which results in a shallow hip socket that does not effectively enclose the head of the femur.