Endoprothesen zur Stumpfbildung nach Hüftexartikulation View Full Text


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2019-04-01

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J. Hardes, W. Guder, M. Nottrott, L. Podleska, G. Täger, M. Dudda, A. Streitbürger

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BACKGROUND: Hip disarticulation is a psychologically and physically demanding procedure. However, it remains a therapeutical option whenever limb salvage proves impossible due to sarcoma, severe implant-associated infections or trauma. The stump lengthening procedure (SLP) is a surgical technique that allows partial salvage of the thigh through endoprosthetic proximal femur replacement after hip disarticulation, depending on the amount of viable soft tissue coverage. This leads to a more appealing visual appearance, facilitates prosthetic fitting and significantly improves limb function. OBJECTIVES: Description of indications for SLP, surgical technique, presentation of clinical and functional outcomes. METHODS: Review of applying literature and presentation of outcomes of our own SLP collective. RESULTS: The risk of local recurrence does not increase after SLP compared to hip disarticulation. While the majority of patients can be fitted with an exoprosthesis, a walking aid is usually necessary for ambulation. Exoprostheses are usually worn throughout the entire day, and patients manage distances of a mean of 2000 metres, even if reconstruction lengths are less than 10 cm. Patients aged 50 years or older tend to wear their exoprosthesis for shorter periods of daywear and achieve significantly poorer functional scores. Postoperative complications are common at a rate of 52%. Periprosthetic infection (21%) and soft tissue perforation of the implant with subsequent implant-associated infection (14%) were the most severe complications observed. CONCLUSIONS: The stump lengthening procedure poses a feasible alternative to classic hip disarticulation in patients with multiple prior operations and/or advanced stages of disease. It leads to satisfactory cosmetic and functional results without jeopardizing local tumor control. Stump perforation presents as the most common complication. Apart from improving the ability to sit down comfortably, both patients treated with a curative and palliative intent manage to ambulate using exoprostheses. With increasing age at the time of operation, walking aids are necessary for ambulation. More... »

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