Research reported in Healio finds that “Instability has been cited as the most common cause of revision after total hip arthroplasty, with rates of 1% to 4% after primary THA and 10% to 15% after revision THA, according to Christopher L. Peters, MD, chief of adult reconstruction at the University of Utah, who spoke to Orthopedics Today…Although there have been a number of strategies employed to try and reduce that, such as anterior approach total hip replacement, it remains an unsolved problem and there certainly are populations of patients we see that have higher dislocation rates.” Read the full article.

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