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“…There have also been reports of adverse reactions to metal debris due to metallic wear debris produced from the taper junction for MoP THR (Cooper et al, 2012;Lindgren et al, 2011;Mao et al, 2012). The taper junction of the THR, which is the focus of this study, is the interface between the internal taper of the modular femoral head and the trunnion of the femoral stem (see Figure 1) where the surgeon impacts the head onto the femoral stem during surgery.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…There have also been reports of adverse reactions to metal debris due to metallic wear debris produced from the taper junction for MoP THR (Cooper et al, 2012;Lindgren et al, 2011;Mao et al, 2012). The taper junction of the THR, which is the focus of this study, is the interface between the internal taper of the modular femoral head and the trunnion of the femoral stem (see Figure 1) where the surgeon impacts the head onto the femoral stem during surgery.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Currently, there are efforts focusing on management of patients with MoM implants that include guidelines for the use and importance of metal levels that will help surgeons counsel patients and use the levels as one of many tools to help determine when to intervene [22,26]. Lastly, the one case series on corrosion is interesting because it highlights the relative increase in cobalt levels compared to chromium levels in situations where corrosion is the process driving particle generation and failure [10]. This article will be helpful as surgeons evaluate patients with pain and have an implant with a modular junction.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Two of the final articles were removed because they addressed corrosion secondary to stem loosening and a knee modular revision component. This left nine articles focused on corrosion in femoral hip components [9,10,23,29,32,37,42,46,47].…”
Section: Search Strategy and Criteriamentioning
confidence: 99%
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