The special characteristics of the 'Bio-direct' femoral component, which has been used in total hip replacement for approximately 7 years, are described. Although the current trend is to pair a cemented acetabular component with the Bio-direct femoral component, a new self-threading acetabulum (CAB 1) has recently been implanted in 12 patients. This new acetabular component is fully illustrated.

Total hip replacement using the cementless "Bio-direct" femoral component and the "CAB 1" self-threading acetabular component. / Agrifoglio E; Federici A; Sanguineti F; Di Stadio M.. - In: ITALIAN JOURNAL OF ORTHOPAEDICS AND TRAUMATOLOGY. - ISSN 0390-5489. - STAMPA. - 17(1991) Italian Journal of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, 17 (2), pp. 175-178.(1991), pp. 175-178.

Total hip replacement using the cementless "Bio-direct" femoral component and the "CAB 1" self-threading acetabular component.

SANGUINETI, FRANCESCA;
1991

Abstract

The special characteristics of the 'Bio-direct' femoral component, which has been used in total hip replacement for approximately 7 years, are described. Although the current trend is to pair a cemented acetabular component with the Bio-direct femoral component, a new self-threading acetabulum (CAB 1) has recently been implanted in 12 patients. This new acetabular component is fully illustrated.
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