There are several reasons you might need hip revision surgery: Hip revision surgery is similar to primary hip replacement surgery but the procedure is more complicated and lasts longer (two to four hour). Every patient and every hip revision surgery is unique. The details of surgery vary from patient to patient and depend upon the Read more
Sudden hard impact, such as a car crash can break the hip or Femur bone in younger patients. For older patients, over the age of 65 many hip fractures are caused by a fall. Severe osteoporotic bone can fracture simply by standing up and twisting the leg. Obesity can also lead to too much pressure Read more
Avascular necrosis, also called osteonecrosis is a condition that occurs when there is loss of blood to the bone. Because bone is living tissue that requires blood, an interruption to the blood supply causes bone to die. If not stopped, this process eventually causes the bone to collapse. Avascular necrosis most commonly occurs in the Read more
The cause of bone tumors isn’t known. The tumors often occur when parts of the body are growing rapidly. A few possible causes are genetics, radiation treatment, and injuries to the bones. Osteosarcoma has been linked to radiation treatment (particularly high doses of radiation) and other anticancer drugs, especially in children. However, a direct cause Read more
Having graduated as a top student (first prize) from medical school from University of Medical Sciences in Iran in 2000, I undertook my orthopedic surgical training in Tehran University of Medical Sciences after obtaining the second place in professional board's examination in Iran. I completed specialist fellowships in hip surgery at Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Graz University in Austria, MHH University, and OCM center in Munich, all two in Germany; also, in endoclinic of Hamburg and research fellow in Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. I am a member of American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons (AAHKS), American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS), and European Hip Society (EHS).
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