The Hip Revision Masterclass was held 9–10 May 2019 in Berlin, Germany, with a panel of international expert faculty presenting practical guidance to overcome the challenges of medical and surgical management of revision hip surgery. Chairman: Professor Carsten Perka (DE).

  • Hemispherical Cups – The Standard for Acetabular Revision

    Stephen Jones.

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    Mr Stephen Jones discusses why the uncemented hemispherical cup has become the standard for acetabular revision, highlighting a workflow for identifying the right approach and potential challenges such as severe acetabular bone loss. With an overview of how implant migration impacts success, he presents surgical footage of how to achieve stability with a hemispherical cup. Dr Jones then explains how to approach type 3 defects, before concluding with a summary of key points.

    Filmed at the:
    2019 Hip Revision Masterclass Berlin, Germany
    and taking place 9-10 May 2019

    Chairman Professor Carsten Perka (DE)

  • Managing Large Defects in Hip Revision

    Dr Ran Schwarzkopf .

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    Dr Ran Schwarzkopf shares his expertise for managing large defects in hip revision, outlining the different reconstruction methods available. Highlighting suitable approaches to complex acetabular revision, he discusses how implant design rationale and screw hole orientation can affect fixation. Dr Schwarzkopf then presents a number of case studies, detailing his surgical plan, implant choice and the use of augments.

    Filmed at the:

    2019 Hip Revision Masterclass
    Berlin, Germany and taking place 
    9-10 May 2019

    Chairman Professor Carsten Perka (DE)

  • Using Dual Mobility Cups in Complex Total Hip Revision

    Dr Ran Schwarzkopf .

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    Dr Ran Schwarzkopf argues the case for dual mobility cups in complex total hip revision. Outlining the reasons for dislocation, particularly in the context of spinal deformity and fusion, he discusses various approaches to address aspects such as leg length, offset and head size/position. He highlights the impact of dual mobility cups on dislocation rates, including how the design affects motion, ‘jump distance’ and intra-prosthetic fracture. Dr Schwarzkopf concludes with relevant patient case studies.


    Filmed at the Hip Revision Masterclass on  9–10 May 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Chairman: Professor Carsten Perka (DE).