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“…Finally, MoPxl may be the most important group to monitor over the coming decade. Adverse reactions to metal debris were once thought to be a phenomenon limited to MoM implants; however, recent reports have raised concern in MoPxl bearings for taper junction trunnionosis [10,11,43]. Increased awareness of trunnionosis may necessitate monitoring of serum metal levels in addition to ultrasound or metal artifact reduction sequencing MRI in the painful MoPxl THA according to a contemporary consensus statement algorithm from multiple orthopaedic specialty societies [30].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Finally, MoPxl may be the most important group to monitor over the coming decade. Adverse reactions to metal debris were once thought to be a phenomenon limited to MoM implants; however, recent reports have raised concern in MoPxl bearings for taper junction trunnionosis [10,11,43]. Increased awareness of trunnionosis may necessitate monitoring of serum metal levels in addition to ultrasound or metal artifact reduction sequencing MRI in the painful MoPxl THA according to a contemporary consensus statement algorithm from multiple orthopaedic specialty societies [30].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In general, the use of both modularity and alternative bearings increases implant costs. With questions being raised concerning corrosion of modular taper junctions and use of some hard-on-hard bearings increasing the risk of complications, we sought to answer the question of whether either of these implant design features has produced improvements in the survivorship or risk of revision at 5 years or longer after the index procedure [9,10,15,16,22,25,27,32,33,36,42,46,50,52,60,69,77]. In general, both alternative bearings and modularity showed no evidence of improvements in survivorship in either the literature or registry reports.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These marketed advantages have, however, come with increased risks and complications [4,15,27,44,70]. Unfortunately, adding another metal taper junction may increase the burden of corrosion debris and the risk of local tissue reactions as well as serve as a possible weak link that can increase the risk of a catastrophic failure [4,15,27,44,70]. As with any additional technological advancement in implant designs, both alternative bearings and increased modularity add cost to the implants in most cases.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Fretting corrosion, or mechanically assisted crevice corrosion (MACC), of modular tapers is a well-documented process by which damage of the implant may lead to corrosion and wear debris that may cause a negative biological response in some patients including increased serum ion levels, pseudotumor formation, aseptic loosening, and others [7,8,27]. Many efforts have been made to document in vivo evidence of fretting corrosion through retrieval studies aimed at a better understanding of the mechanisms through which it occurs and the conditions that may lead to its initiation [3,6,11,12,15,18,23,27].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%