Workshop held in November 1995, manuscripts published as a supplement to the August 1996 issue ofClinical Orthopaedics and Related Research®(CORR)

Issue Table of Contents

The Classic – The Tribology (Friction, Lubrication and Wear) of All-Metal Artificial Hip Joints

Metal on Metal Bearings in Hip Arthroplasty

Cobalt Chromium Molybdenum Metal Combination for Modular Hip Prostheses

Factors Correlating with Long Term Survival of McKee-Farrar Total Hip Prostheses

Twenty-Year Results of McKee-Farrar Versus Charnley Prosthesis

Experience with the Metasul Total Hip Bearing System

Preliminary Results of Uncemented Metal on Metal Stemmed and Resurfacing Hip Replacement Arthroplasty

Metal on Metal Surface Replacement of the Hip – Experience of the McMinn Prosthesis

Contemporary Total Hip Replacement with Metal on Metal Articulation

Metal on Metal Surface Replacement of the Hip – Technique, Fixation, and Early Results

Systems View of Optimizing Metal on Metal Bearings

In Vivo Wear of Three Types of Metal on Metal Hip Prostheses During Two Decades of Use

Surface Geometry of Retrieved McKee-Farrar Total Hip Replacements

Comparison of Alloys and Designs in a Hip Simulator Study of Metal on Metal Implants

Wear Behavior and Histopathology of Classic Cemented Metal on Metal Hip Endoprostheses

Tissue Reaction to Metal on Metal Total Hip Prostheses

Metal Versus Polyethylene Wear Particles in Total Hip Replacements – A Review

Biologic Effects of Cobalt Chrome in Cell And Animal Models

Distribution of Cobalt Chromium Wear and Corrosion Products and Biologic Reactions

Metal on Metal Bearings. A Practical Alternative to Metal on Polyethylene Total Joints?

Cobalt and Chromium Concentrations in Patients with Metal on Metal Total Hip Replacements

Metal Carcinogenesis in Total Joint Arthroplasty – Animal Models

Preliminary Observations on Possible Premalignant Changes in Bone Marrow Adjacent to Worn Total Hip Arthroplasty Implants

Cancer Risk after Metal on Metal and Polyethylene on Metal Total Hip Arthroplasty

Development of Hematopoietic Cancers after Implantation of Total Joint Replacement

Metal on Metal Total Hip Replacement Workshop Consensus Document