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Table 1 Demographic factors for 21 episodes with severe protrusio acetabular defects treated by the multicup reconstitution technique

From: Multicup reconstruction technique for the management of severe protrusio acetabular defects

Patient No. Gender Age, y Preoperative
Diagnosis
Preoperative Comorbidities Total or Partial Revision Previous Operation
1 Male 42 Aseptic loosening None Total THA
2 Female 65 Reimplantation Diabetes mellitus type II Total THA; Arthroplasty resection
3 Male 41 Chronic PJI None Total THA
4 Male 76 Aseptic loosening None Total THA; Revision for aseptic loosening
5 Male 37 Aseptic loosening None Total THA
6 Female 55 Aseptic loosening None Total THA
7 Male 49 Aseptic loosening None Only acetabular revision THA
8 Male 76 Chronic PJI Hypertension Total THA
9 Male 60 Chronic PJI Hypertension Total ORIF; THA; Debridement
10 Male 34 Aseptic loosening None Total THA
11 Female 61 Chronic PJI None Total THA
12 Female 58 Aseptic loosening None Only acetabular revision THA
13 Female 49 Aseptic loosening None Only acetabular revision THA
14 Male 46 Chronic PJI None Total THA; Debridement*2
15 Female 68 Aseptic loosening Rheumatoid arthritis Only acetabular revision THA; Revision for aseptic loosening
16 Male 35 Aseptic loosening None Only acetabular revision THA
17 Female 69 Aseptic loosening None Total THA
18 Male 67 Aseptic loosening None Total THA
19 Female 74 Chronic PJI Diabetes mellitus type II; Hypertension; Coronary artery disease Total THA; Debridement*3
20 Male 53 Aseptic loosening Hypertension Total THA
21 Male 68 Aseptic loosening None Only acetabular revision THA
  1. PJI periprosthetic joint infection; THA total hip arthroplasty; ORIF open reduction internal fixation