Bioceramics and Alternative Bearings in Joint Arthroplasty: 12th BIOLOX® Symposium Seoul, Republic of Korea September 7 - 8, 2007. Proceedings

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Jun-Dong Chang, Karl Billau
Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 8, 2007 - Medical - 343 pages
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th ® Dear Colleague and Participant of the 12 International BIOLOX Symposium ® It is an honor for CeramTec to have the BIOLOX Symposium in Asia. The selection of Seoul, Korea as the site was a difficult one due to the fact that there are many wonderful location options in this dynamic and fast growing region of the world. The selection was made easier by the outstanding support of our Symposium Chairman, Prof. Chang, as well as the excellent airline service and meeting facilities present in Seoul. We hope that conducting the Symposium in this region will serve as a foundation for the increased recognition of the potential patient benefits to be derived from the use of ceramics and other alternative bearing technologies in Korea, China, India, Japan and the rest of the countries of the region. We are convinced that the high quality of the program organized by the scientific committee, the prestigious faculty assembled and your contributions as participants will serve as a catalyst in order to make this Symposium a very enlightening and worthwhile personal experience for all. In order to enhance the value of the experience we are pleased to include this proceedings book as an integral part of your registration materials. We hope that this written more complete version of the scientific program will allow you to carry home a more concise view of the Symposium presentations.
 

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Contents

Differences and Opportunities of THA in the USA Asia and Europe
3
Influence of the WearCouple and Patient Activity on Linear Wear in Total Hip Replacement
9
Roles of Cellular and Molecular Targets of Wear Debris in Periprosthetic Osteolysis
19
Wear Performance of 36mm Biolox fortedelta Hip Combinations Compared in Simulated Severe MicroSeparation Test Mode
33
InVitro and InVivo Ceramic Debris with Ceramic Prosthesis
45
Surface Roughness of Ceramic Femoral Heads after InVivo Transfer of Metal Correlation to Polyethylene Wear
49
Hydrothermal Stability of Ceramic Femoral Heads
59
Ceramic on highly crosslinked Polyethylene in cementless Total Hip Arthroplasty
67
NineYear Experience with a Contemporary Aluminaonalumina THA Implant
181
Ceramic on Ceramic Bearing in Coren Hip System
187
Metallosis in MetalonMetal PPF Total Hip Arthroplasties
193
Results of 10 Years FollowUp of CeramicCeramic Couples in Total Hip Replacement
205
MidTerm Results of CeramiconCeramic Bearing Extensively Porous Coated AML Total Hip Arthroplasty
211
AluminaonAlumina Total Hip Arthroplasty in Patients with Osteonecrosis less than 50 Years Old
219
Total Hip Arthroplasty using third Generation AluminaonAlumina Articulation
221
Ceramic on Ceramic in Hybrid THR Cemented Femoral Stem A five to seven year evalution
223

Comparative Analysis of Ceramic to Ceramic Bearing with Metal to Electron BeamIrradiated highly crosslinked UHMWPE Bearing
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Comparison of Uncemented Total Hip Arthroplasty between Metal on Metal and Ceramic on Polyethylene Bearing Surfaces in Young Patients
73
Comparison of Polyethylene Wear against Alumina and Zirconia Heads in Cemented Total Hip Arthroplasty
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Wear of large Ceramic Bearings
91
Evolution for Diameters Features and Results
99
Design Rationale for Acetabular Cups with alternative Bearings and large Diameter Heads
107
Use of Modular Femoral Stem combined with large Diameter Femoral Head in AluminaonAlumina Total Hip Arthroplasty
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Ceramic Femoral Prosthesis in TKA Present and Future
123
FiniteElementAnalysis of a Cemented Ceramic Femoral Component in Total Knee Arthroplasty
133
Advanced Testing of Ceramic Femoral Knee Components
137
Reasons using a Ceramic Femoral Component and First Clinical Experience
145
Comparison of InVivo Wear between Polyethylene Inserts articulating against Ceramic and CobaltChrome Femoral Components in Total Knee Prosth...
149
Toughening vs Environmental Aging in BIOLOX delta A micromechanics study
163
Clinical Experience with Ceramic on Ceramic in the USA
169
Why use an all Ceramic Tripolar THR ? clinical and experimental data
173
Lessons from 1st generation Ceramic on Ceramic THA
179
Mechanical Effect of the Articulating Materials on the Proximal Femur and the Femoral Stem in Total Hip Arthroplasty
229
Surface Characteristics and Biocompatibility of Micro Arc Oxidized MAO Titanium Alloy
239
Reasons for our Preference for Ceramic over Metal Bearing clinical radiological and biological evidences
249
Spine Ceramic Disc what you should know
261
Trend Bigger Ball Heads Is Bigger Really Better?
269
Strategies for Head and Inlay Exchange in Revision Hip Arthroplasty
275
LiveTime Prediction of BIOLOX delta
281
Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty with Sandwichtype Ceramic on Ceramic Liner
289
Revision Surgery of Acetabular Polyethylene Wear cup retention or revision?
295
Tragedy of Polyethylene Back Ceramic on Ceramic Articulation
299
Breakage of Alumina Ceramic Head and Clinical Failure after Minor Modification of Tapered Junction
303
Tips and Tricks Fracture of a Ceramic Insert with modern Ceramic Total Hip Replacement
311
Minimally Invasive TwoIncision Total Hip Replacement using large Diameter CeramiconCeramic Articulation
319
MIS and the Demands on Bearing Couples
329
Computer Navigation Improving Outcomes with Hard on Hard Bearings
341
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