Latest Research on Problems with Metal on Metal Hip Replacements

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Our clients often want to know more about what’s wrong with their metal on metal hip implants and what kind of medical complications they might face. Often the medical and orthopedic research is extremely technical and difficult to understand.

Below you’ll find research summaries in easier to read synopses that focus on the main points. Each metal on metal hip research summary also contains a link to the original source material.

Biomet M2a Magnum Hip is Hard to Revise

Biomet M2a Magnum Hip is Hard to Revise

Title: Modular to Monoblock: Difficulties of Detaching the M2a-Magnum Head Are Common in Metal on Metal Revisions Where Are We Now? Metal-on-Metal total hip arthroplasty (MoM THA) implants consist of many metal parts that rub together over the course of normal use....

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Pseudotumor in a Patient with a Biomet Hip Implant

Pseudotumor in a Patient with a Biomet Hip Implant

Research Title: Pseudotumor in Large-Diameter Metal-on-Metal Total Hip Articulation Abstract This case study focuses on a patient who experienced pain in her hip following a large-diameter metal-on-metal (MoM) hip replacement. She also developed a pseudotumor, which...

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