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    Kurtz Steven, Greenwald A., Mihalko William, Lemons Jack
    Published: 2013

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    Twenty peer-reviewed papers provide contemporary insight into the evolving knowledge metal-on-metal (MOM) total and surface replacement hip systems employed as a remedy in the treatment of degenerative arthritis.

    Topics cover:
    • Characterization of adverse local tissue reactions
    • Wear/Corrosion: metallic product measurement in fluid and tissue samples
    • Analyses of retrieved MOM implants
    • In-Vitro testing of MOM implants under adverse conditions

    Table of Contents

    Development of a Stop-Dwell-Start (SDS) Protocol for In Vitro Wear Testing of Metal-on-Metal Total Hip Replacements
    M. Hadley, C. Hardaker, S. Williams, Z. Jin, G. Isaac, J. Fisher

    Prevalence of Metal-on-Metal Bearings in the United States

    Metal-on-Metal and Other Bearing Trends Among Fellows of the AAOS

    Risk of Complications, Revision, and Cancer for Metal-on-Metal Patients in the Medicare Population

    Serum Metal Ion Concentrations Decline (But Do Not Rapidly Normalize) Following Revision of Metal-on-Metal Total Hip Bearings

    Low Cobalt and Chromium Levels from a Single Metal-on-Metal Total Hip Arthroplasty Implant

    A Prospective Case Series Examining the Use of a Large-Head Metal-on-Metal Total Hip System

    A Method to Isolate and Characterize Wear Debris from Synovial Fluid and Tissues

    Lymphocyte Reactivity to Nickel Correlates with Reported High-Pain Levels in Patients with Total Joint Arthroplasties: Implications for Pain-Related Hypersensitivity Responses

    Approach, Rationale, and Examples of Metal-on-Metal Device Retrieval and Analysis for Evidence-Based Education

    The Development of a Standard Method for Assessing Wear of Explanted Metal-on-Metal Hip Joints

    Method of Characterizing Fretting and Corrosion at the Various Taper Connections of Retrieved Modular Components from Metal-on-Metal Total Hip Arthroplasty

    Normal and Adverse Wear Patterns Created In-Vivo on Metal-on-Metal Surfaces—A Retrieval Study Representing Four Vendors

    Analysis of Comprehensive Measurements from Retrieved Implants to Determine Factors Contributing to Failure Modes and Wear

    A Protocol to Assess the Wear of Head/Neck Taper Junctions in Large Head Metal-on-Metal (LHMoM) Hips

    Plastic Deformation from Edge Loading is Common on Retrieved Metal-on-Metal Hips and Can Be Predicted With Finite Element Analysis

    Microstructure of Retrievals Made from Standard Cast HC-CoCrMo Alloys

    Tribochemical Reactions in Metal-on-Metal Hip Joints Influence Wear and Corrosion

    Denatured Protein Deposits Identified on Simulator and Explant Hip Bearings

    Study on Tribological and Electrochemical Performance of Metal Artificial Hip Joint Materials in Simulated Synovial Fluids

    Committee: F04

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1560-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-7572-3

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-7546-4