Excision femoral head and neck

This is the story of a 50 years old lady.

She was born with congenita hip dysplasia

As a child she was in and out of the hospital for multiple operations to correct her hip defect

Congenita Hip Dysplasia
As she grew up, her leg became short due to bad hip. This leg length inequality led to wear and tear in the opposite knee requiring replacement
Congenita Hip

She became wheel chair bound due to pain in her right hip and short leg

Her case being complex, it was decided to make a 3D hip model of her hip to plan the surgery
3d Hip Model & Planning
Since it was found that the artificial cup of hip replacement would not have adequate bone support, it was decided to use trabecular metal augment to fill the defect
Trabecular Metal Augment Cup Of Hip Replacement
Picture during surgery shows trabecular metal augments supporting the cup. Trial fit on 3D hip model made the surgery easy and perfect fit was achieved on the table
Trabecular Metal Augments Surgery
She also needed correction of her thigh bone (Femur)
Correction Of Thigh Bone
Post surgery I could make the hip painless and length of the limb almost equal to the opposite
Ongenital Hip Dysplasia Surgery

Now she is out of wheel chair and able to walk with support of a walking stick