Hip Replacement Surgery
To understand Hip Replacement Surgery, we must first be familiar with the normal structure of the hip
joint, a ball-and-socket joint.
Revision Hip replacement
To understand Knee Replacement, we must first be familiar with the structure of the knee, a complex hinge type of joint consisting of three bones: the femur (thigh bone), the tibia (shin bone), and the patella (knee cap).
Knee Replacement Surgery
To understand Knee Replacement, we must first be familiar with the structure of the knee, a complex
hinge type of joint consisting of three bones: the femur (thigh bone), the tibia (shin bone), and the
patella (knee cap).
Revision Knee Replacement Surgery
To understand the revision of Knee Replacement, we must first be familiar as to what it refers to,
Revision of knee replacement is the procedure used to restore or renew a failed first knee replacement.
In the primary knee replacement, the implant or prosthesis that is made of metal or plastic components
replaces the knee joint.
Arthroscopy Knee Surgery
Arthroscopic knee surgery is one of the most commonly used surgical techniques to detect and treat
knee joint issues. It helps to cure various types of knee injuries/problems with minimal incisions (key
Computed Assisted Knee replacement
Computer assisted knee replacement surgery is a surgical method in which a computer helps a surgeon
with the creation and display of images which shows the segments or parts of the knee that has been
replaced and their relationship with the ligaments of the joints and the bones.
Shoulder Replacement Surgery
The human shoulders are built with three bones, the upper arm bone or humerus, the shoulder blade or
scapula and the collar bone or clavicle. Shoulder works like a ball-socket joint. The head of the upper
arm, much like a ball fits into shoulder blade’s shallow socket called the glenoid.
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