Metal head The prothesis head is attached self-lockingly to the conical neck.
The spherical head is available in 26 mm diameter and fitted with conical (tapered) holes providing six different neck lengths, with an increment of 4 mm (R -4 mm, N 0 mm, H 4 mm, EH 8 mm, SH 12 mm, HH 16 mm).
The different settings could include home with outpatient therapy, home with home health therapy, at a skilled nursing facility, or at an inpatient rehabilitation facility.
Your doctors will help determine the most appropriate rehab setting. Read more Blood clot - in legs or lungs infection fracture of femur loosening or wear of the implant over time (think of your new hip like tires on your car, more miles = less time that they last) nerve injury bleeding change in leg length. Read more See 1 more doctor answer Very common and routine procedures.
The incidence of dislocation ranges from 0.1% to 1-2% depending on the above factors. Read more See 2 more doctor answers I do not believe you are a candidate for the following reasons. 2-i do not know how sever those changes are, usually when you have dislocation of the patella you have small piece of the articular cartilage come out.