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Broken bones: If u break your artificial hip you usually get it fixed not your leg amputated. ...Read more
Implant = Prosthesis: The inflatable penile prosthesis (ipp) is an excellent solution for men with severe e.D. That does not respond to other measures. The implant surgery takes about an hour, is usually done as an outpatient, and has a pretty brief recovery. All surgery has risks, so do some research and find someone with some experience placing implants. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Quite Painful : It is quite painful and can cause disturbances in your ability to walk for a while. It's also necessary to stay in the hospital for at least a day following surgery. The good thing is that it is almost never necessary any more. If you would like a referral, i know a brilliant implant surgeon in your city who can help you or at least do a second opinion. His consultations are free for implants! ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
usually permanent: It should be a permanent fix.Get a more detailed answer ›
Dental implant: In general, a dental implant is the best way to replace missing teeth. The next best option is a fixed bridge, followed by a removable partial denture. Much of this depends on your individual situation with the surrounding teeth, bones and gum tissues. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Would a lumbar laminectomy with bone graft from my hip be logical in the case of a bilateral l5 spondylolysis, screw placement unsuccessful.
Elmslie-trillat: This procedure is usually used for patients that have patella dislocations. The patella tendon insertion on the tibia bone is shifted in a medial direction to better align the patella tracking. ...Read more
Fit 54 y, hip replacement, 12 weeks post: increased disability/pain; pain on change of position; abnormal painful walking. Prosthesis placement good?
Reach there and take: It out during the surgery.Get a more detailed answer ›
It's not. : Cartilage is found at the ends of bones, where they articulate. When the hip is replaced, usually both sides of the joint are replaced. The hip joint is a ball and socket. The head of the femur is the ball and the acetabulum is the socket. The two replacement parts slide against each other, so there is no need for cartilage. If we replace cartilage, it might be simpler! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Increases fusion rates which are already excellent, equivalent alternative is auto graft hip bone and six weeks in collar allograft donor bone with plate and limited post op immobilization has yielded excellent results for decades . benefits: no second surgical site and no immobilization can be achieved with cervical disc replacement as well sucess rate for relief if arm pain well documented ...Read more
Fairly good: A total knee does not feel like a normal knee. It does allow normal walking, stair climbing, and low-impact exercise. Running long distances and high impact sports are not generally recommended. Furthermore, certain activities, such as kneeling, may be uncomfortable. If you are a good candidate, a total knee will decrease pain and improve function, but it feels a little different than normal knee. ...Read more