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Sustitución total de cadera - Medical Animation
 
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Sustitución total de cadera - Medical Animation
MEDICAL ANIMATION TRANSCRIPT:
La articulación de la cadera tiene dos huesos que encajan como una bola en una cavidad. La bola es la parte superior del fémur y se llama cabeza femoral. La cavidad de la pelvis se llama acetábulo. Por lo general, se realiza una sustitución total de cadera si sufre un dolor intenso causado por artritis, lesiones u otras enfermedades que dañan la cadera. Durante el procedimiento, la articulación de la cadera será sustituida por partes nuevas artificiales llamadas prótesis. La parte de la cavidad de la prótesis es una copa llamada componente acetabular, y la parte de la bola se llama componente femoral. Para iniciar el procedimiento, el cirujano hará una incisión sobre la cadera. Una vez alcanzada la articulación de la cadera, el cirujano dislocará la articulación. Se eliminará cualquier cartílago o hueso dañado en el acetábulo. La cavidad, que puede estar deformada, se remoldeará para que se ajuste al componente acetabular. A continuación, el componente acetabular se colocará en la cavidad. Se puede usar cemento o tornillos especiales para mantenerlo en su posición. Para preparar el fémur, el cirujano extirpará la cabeza femoral. El extremo cortado se moldeará para que se ajuste al componente femoral. A continuación, el componente femoral se insertará en el fémur. Se puede mantener en su posición con cemento. En este punto, el cirujano colocará la bola del componente femoral en la nueva cavidad. Con la nueva articulación de cadera en su posición, el cirujano probará su movimiento y estabilidad. Al final del procedimiento, la incisión se cerrará con puntos o grapas. Para obtener más información sobre la sustitución total de cadera, hable con su proveedor de atención médica.

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