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Laparoscopic forceps--a useful tool in revision hip arthroplasty


, : Laparoscopic forceps--a useful tool in revision hip arthroplasty. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 83(2): 134-135

During revision hip arthroplasty, distal cement plugs and broken instrument tips in the femoral canal pose quite a challenge. We report the use of laparoscopic forceps to facilitate their removal thereby avoiding complications associated with other methods previously described.

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