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Tissue Sparing ImplantTM (TSITM) Total Hip Stem Designs :: Bearing Materials - A New Approach to Reduction of Wear :: Proximal Modular Cementless Titanium Stem :: Surgical Navigation :: Patella Femoral Joint Disease :: Contemporary Cementing Techniques :: Intrinsic Modular Indexable Neck

Modular Indexable Neck Cemented Stem

R-120TM Modular Indexable Neck Cemented Stem for Total Hip Arthroplasty (THA)

The stem is designed to use standard conventional cementing techniques. The shape of the stem is trapezoidal and along with a proportionally designed collar provides for optimal impaction and compression of bone cement. In addition, a teardrop shaped recess on the anterior and posterior portion of the implant increases the cement to prosthesis interface therefore increasing resistance to axial and torsional forces

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Newsletter Excerpt


The R-120 Modular Stem was featured in the November 2001 issue of JISRF Update newsletter.

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Poster Exhibit:


October 2003 OARSI Poster Exhibit

  • "Design Considerations for a Modular Neck in Total Hip Arthroplasty"


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