The hip joint is a ball and socket type of joint which is formed between the thigh bone and the hip bone. It is one of the strongest and firm fitted joints of the human body which could be inflamed or diseased due to certain joint ailments like arthritis, Bursitis, Tendonitis and Stress Fracture. Arthritis still stands as the prime indication for a hip replacement surgery.Hip resurfacing is now emerging as a bone-conserving alternative to total hip replacement (THR) in younger, more active patients with degenerative hip disease who would likely outlive a conventional total hip replacement (THR). The femoral (thigh) head and neck are preserved in this surgery, leaving more options if future revisions, including a total hip replacement (THR) are needed. Hip replacement surgery works to relieve individuals from hip joint pain, restricted mobility, and discomfort.In minimally invasive hip resurfacing, an orthopedic surgeon uses a “mini” incision (7.5 cm to 11.0 cm) and new techniques to expose the hip joint.The possible advantages include less damage to soft tissue, muscle and bone; smaller scars; less blood loss; and shorter hospital stays and better rehabilitation.Recent developments in computer navigation systems and fluoroscopic imaging are paving the way for more widespread use of minimally invasive hip resurfacing in the future.
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