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《Chinese Journal of Tissue Engineering Research》 2018-15
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Relationship between hip tuberculosis course and total hip arthroplasty

Ma Yong-hai;Zhen Ping;Shao Long-long;Wang Wei;Department of Orthopedics,Lanzhou General Hospital of Lanzhou Military Command;Ningxia Medical University;Gansu University of Chinese Medicine;  
BACKGROUND: Hip tuberculosis was second to that of the spine. A great number of cases were diagnosed hip tuberculosis every year. The early stage of hip tuberculosis is difficult to be diagnosed, and the X-ray images often show no abnormal signs. When there is an abnormal sign on X-ray, the extent of bone destruction is generally more than 50%. Selection of treatment methods for the patients with hip tuberculosis is the important issue in face of every clinician. OBJECTIVE: To review various types of research progress in clinical treatment of hip tuberculosis in recent years, and to provide reference for clinical treatment of hip tuberculosis. METHODS: We retrieved database of Pub Med and CNKI for studies concerning clinical treatment of hip tuberculosis published from January 1969 to March 2017. Key words were "tubercular arthritis, hip, total hip replacement, treatment". After removal of repetitive or irrelevant articles, 42 articles were finally included. RESULTS AND CONCLUSION:(1) In the treatment, current emphasis was on mobility with stability at the hip.(2) Adults with advanced arthritis should be informed and discussed the various treatment modalities including the joint replacement.(3) With the development of artificial arthroplasty, total hip replacement was the preferred choice for patients with advanced hip tuberculosis. More and more surgeons were taking up the challenge of putting the total hip arthroplasty in the active stage of the disease.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金资助项目(81371983)~~
【CateGory Index】: R529.2;R687.4
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