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Dr. Morawski's Total Joint Class Quiz

Total hip replacement is a surgical procedure designed, as much as possible, to improve mobility and relieve pain.
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The type of reconstruction technique chosen depends on many factors including a patient's general health, physical and mental condition of the joint itself.
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A reconstructed hip will be identical in function and appearance to a natural hip.
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A total hip prosthesis consists of two components: a cup-like acetabular implant, and a femoral implant
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The new implant can be seated in the hip without the removal of any bone.
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Total hip replacement procedures are performed under anesthesia, and depending on the type of procedure performed, generally last about two hours.
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Numerous precautions are taken by your doctor and the medical device manufacturer, however, patients may experience fractures, dislocation, wear, prosthetic loosening or failure over time.
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There is no way to minimize the potential of infection and/ or vascular problems associated with this procedure.
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As with any surgical procedure, unforeseen complications may occur, these include the normal pain, discomfort, and scarring of surgery itself.
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While rare, bleeding, clot formation, neurological, vascular, cardiovascular, drug or anesthetic complications or even death may occur.
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Joint replacement surgery is the only treatment option for arthritic patients.
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On balance, most implants are generally well tolerated with good to excellent results expected.
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