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Ex vivo wear of conventional and cross-linked polyethylene acetabular liners.
Polyethylene damage in total knees and use of highly crosslinked polyethylene.
Large amounts of polyethylene debris in the interface tissue surrounding bipolar endoprostheses. Comparison to total hip prostheses.
Quantitative analysis of ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) wear debris associated with total knee replacements.
Femoral head sizes larger than 32 mm against highly cross-linked polyethylene.
Technique for generating submicrometer ultra high molecular weight polyethylene particles.
Gene expression clustering using self-organizing maps: analysis of the macrophage response to particulate biomaterials.
The acetabular insert-metal backing interface: an additional source of polyethylene wear debris.
Simulated normal gait wear testing of a highly cross-linked polyethylene tibial insert.
Biochemical analyses of human macrophages activated by polyethylene particles retrieved from interface membranes after failed total hip arthroplasty.
Fixation, polyethylene wear, and pelvic osteolysis in primary total hip replacement.
Highly cross-linked polyethylene: the debate is over--in the affirmative.
The epidemiology of bearing surface usage in total hip arthroplasty in the United States.
Risk of complication and revision total hip arthroplasty among Medicare patients with different bearing surfaces.
Comparative effectiveness of metal-on-metal and metal-on-polyethylene bearings in Medicare total hip arthroplasty patients.
Management of polyethylene wear associated with a well-fixed modular cementless shell during revision total hip arthroplasty.
Five-Year Experience of Vitamin E-Diffused Highly Cross-Linked Polyethylene Wear in Total Hip Arthroplasty Assessed by Radiostereometric Analysis.
Thirteen-Year Evaluation of Highly Cross-Linked Polyethylene Articulating With Either 28-mm or 36-mm Femoral Heads Using Radiostereometric Analysis and Computerized Tomography.