Patient X-Ray Images
A Normal Joint X-Ray Image
This is what A Normal Joint X-ray looks like
Ray LBHR 10/10/2012 Dr. Achecar
Male, 42 years old at time of surgery diagnosed with severe degenerative osteoarthritis since about 2005. Femur knob was covered with bone spurs and most likely areas of bone on bone. Ray had his left BHR on October 10, 2012 by Dr. Achecar
Andre Bilateral ASR July 31, 2009 Dr. Scott Ball39 year old male with Hip Arthirtis since age 14
John Kelty LBHR 5/13/09 Dr. Boettner
43-year old male, diagnosed with a slipped epiphysis of my right hip around 1980, and had it pinned by Dr. Eduardo Salvati at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York (“HSS”). In 2001, I was diagnosed with arthritis in my hips (more so in the left but evident in both).
Lori Dr. Bose RBHR 10-18-06
Lori Diagnosis - Mild dysplasia and "profound OA, with areas of bone-on-bone
September, BHR w/stem, August 19, 2009, Dr. Vijay Bose
Female, 54 yo, advanced osteoarthritis w/cysts, pain and ROM issues for seven years prior to surgery.
Too advanced to get resurfacing (Click to see extremely graphic surgery photos)
Silvia Beck Bilateral Dr. Bose 11/14/07 & 12/10/08
Osteoarthirtis and dysplasia (shallow socket) and on my left hip i also have (had?) coxa valga. Which means that the angle of the femoral neck is not bent enough. Component sizes, left BHR size 46/52 mm dec 08 i was 62 years old right BHR size 48/54 mm nov 07 i was 61 years old
Vicky Marlow LBHR, 42/48, Dr. Bose 12/01/05
48 year old female at time of surgery. Diagnosis: Left Hip Dysplasia, Osteoarthritis (OA), during surgery Dr. Bose said I was bone on bone. LBHR size 42/48
Alan Ray Dr. Koen De Smet LBHR 12/15/04
55 year old Male at time of surgery. Diagnosis: End stage osteoarthitris with a component of hip dysplasia... left hip. LBHR size 58/64
Pre op x-ray coming soon
Bonnie Torre Dr. Gross 2/13/08
53 year old femaile at time of surgery. Diagnosis: Moderate dysplasia and severe OA with some large cysts. When there are cysts from the OA many doctors I've since found out often misdiagnose as AVN.
Katherine Enyart Dr. Gross, Biomet uncemented, 06/04/08
Mark Dante Dr. Gross 4-30-2009 RBiomet U/C
Male age 46 at time of surgery, Diagnosis: Osteoarthritis with slight dysplasia
Kris C RBHR, 12/17/08 Dr Keggi
41 year old female, Original diagnosis was FAI (for which I was surgically treated). Areas of bone on bone as demonstrated by a DeGEMERIC MRI. Diagnosis is Degenerative Arthritis.
Ralph Mundell RBHR Dr Pritchett 5-5-09
65 year old Male at time of surgery, Diagnosis: Degenerative Osteo Arthritis RBHR 52/58
Carlos Furtado, LC+ 4/08/09, Dr. Tito H. N. Rocha
Steve Marx Dr. Pritchett RBHR 12/22/08
Ethan Stein Dr. Schmalzried. 9/15/08
Carol DeLorenzo Corin 11/0/5/07 Dr. Snyder
44 year old female at the time of my resurfacing, bi-lateral hip dysplasia. Was resurfaced November 2007, with a 48-54 Corin Stryker
Bruce Benson Rt. BHR, Dr. Stocks, Oct. 2, 2006
Ian Christoph LBHR 12/08/09 Dr. Su
50 year old Male- Diagnosis Severe L hip osteoarthritis, LBHR 53/58
Ben Ernsberger Bilateral BHR Dr. Su
Male, age 31 for left hip age 32 for right hip. Slipped Femoral Capital Epiphysis(Left Side)at Age 12 Bilateral Dysplasia Cysts, Shortened and Mismatched Neck Lengths, Coxa Valga LBHR 9-11-08 Dr Su RBHR 12-5-08 Dr Su
Donna Maxim Dr. Su LBHR 5/4/09 & RBHR 10/13/08
Moderate to severe bilateral hip dysplasia
MM Bilateral BHR 9/26/08 Dr. Su
41 year old Male at time of surgery. Condition: Bilateral Cam Femeroacetabular Impingement (FAI) with acetabular retroversion; torn labrum; full thickness cartilage loss.
Vince DePalma Bilateral BHR Dr. Su 8-22-08
Vince DePalma Osteoarthritis, with some cam impingement. Also had a large (25%) cyst on left femoral head.
Vince F Dr. Su LBHR 1/30/09
Bone on bone, and a CT scan indicated severe arthritis with large bone spurs. Due to my earlier surgery which had intentionally resulted in a “bent” femur and abnormal rotation, the doctor indicated I would need a THR along with a femoral osteotomy in order to straighten the femur. Post-op I would be on crutches (zero weight bearing on operated leg) for a minimum of six weeks. Dr. Su thought I was potentially a good candidate (due to my age and general good health), and he called me to discuss my anatomy, how I walked, if I had ROM limitations, etc. He said if I was willing to live with my current ROM limitations (the same I had lived with all my active life), he thought there was a good chance (about 80%) he could do a successful resurface. Successfully resurfaced 1/30/09.
Jack Darr Dr. Ure, 11/14/07 RBHR
Male age 62 at time of surgery, Diagnosis: OA
Edith Crowther Dr. Walter LBHR 8/02
Edith Diagnosis: Fused hip at age 18, Hip resurfacing done at age 53