Early Intraprosthetic Dislocation of Dual-Mobility Total Hip Arthroplasty Implant Following Attempted Closed Reduction: A Case Report

Authors

  • Joseph Schirmers, MD
  • Ryan Horazdovsky, MD
  • Scott Marston, MD

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15438/rr.4.3.76

Keywords:

dual-mobility, total hip arthroplasty, intraprosthetic dislocation, reduction

Abstract

Introduced in 1974 by Bousquet, the dual-mobility bearing for use in total hip arthroplasty (THA) confers increased jump distance and improved overall stability relative to conventional THA designs [1-3]. The dual-mobility bearing incorporates a relatively small (22-28mm) metal or ceramic femoral head press fit into a larger polyethylene liner which articulates with the acetabular component. Dissociation of the femoral head from the polyethylene liner (intraprosthetic dislocation) is a known late complication thought to be related to polyethylene liner wear and has been previously reported [2-7]. In a consecutive series of 384 primary THAs employing Bousquet’s original design, there were 14 intraprosthetic dislocations over 15 years (3.6%). The authors cited polyethylene wear as causative and mean time to intraprosthetic dislocation was 8.9 years [2].

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2014-10-01

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Schirmers, MD, J., Horazdovsky, MD, R., & Marston, MD, S. (2014). Early Intraprosthetic Dislocation of Dual-Mobility Total Hip Arthroplasty Implant Following Attempted Closed Reduction: A Case Report. Reconstructive Review, 5(2). https://doi.org/10.15438/rr.4.3.76

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