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♦ Hip replacement is commonly performed as treatment of a multitude of degenerative hip disorders
♦ Pain, stiffness, and loss of function remain the primary indicators of the need for hip surgery
♦ As implant designs and surgical techniques have improved, the range of indications has expanded
♦ Contraindications and risks must always be counterbalanced with the potential benefits.
Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery
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