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Editorial Commentary: Which Allograft Is Superior for Hip Capsular Reconstruction? Let's Choose the Right Patient Before We Choose the Right Graft.

Arthroscopy; 35(3): 787-788, 2019 Mar.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-30827431
The hip is an inherently stable joint. Acetabular depth and version, femoral torsion, and congruency of articulation form the pillars of hip stability, with the labrum and capsule serving as secondary stabilizers. The increasing prevalence of capsular deficiency in the setting of revision hip arthroscopy has led to the development of capsular reconstruction techniques. The first step in hip capsular reconstruction, however, is selecting the right patient for the procedure.