Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Granuloma journal articles provided to my medical Team related to the hip (8 of 8)

Necrotic granulomatous pseudotumours in bilateral resurfacing hip arthoplasties: evidence for a type IV immune response

Lymphocyte proliferation responses in patients with pseudotumors following metal-on-metal hip resurfacing arthroplasty

Th1 type lymphocyte reactivity to metals in patients with total hip arthroplasty

Nanotoxicology of metal wear particles in total joint arthroplasty: a review of current concepts

Histological features of pseudotumor-like tissues from metal-on-metal hips

Heterotopic excessive wear granuloma mistaken for an aneurysm of the external iliac artery

Pelvic pseudotumor: an unusual presentation of an extra-articular granuloma in a well-fixed total hip arthroplasty

Pseudotumour in the bladder as a complication of total hip replacement: ultrasonography, CT and MR findings

Examination of granuloma of revised cemented or cementless total hip arthroplasties using inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-OES)].

Hip arthroplasty with mass-like pelvic granulomatous disease: PET imaging.

Exaggerated pigmented granulomatous reaction to the artificial joint implant mimics metastatic melanoma Suture granuloma mimicking infection following total hip arthroplasty. A report of three cases.

Wear debris from total hip arthroplasty presenting as an intrapelvic mass.


Aggressive granulomatous lesion presenting as tumor in cementless long stem total hip arthroplasty.

Aggressive granulomatous lesions after hip arthroplasty.

Metallosis of the skin mimicking malignant skin tumour.
Hidden intrapelvic granulomatous lesions associated with total hip arthroplasty: a report of two cases.

Aggressive granulomatosis causing a painful hip arthroplasty. Findings on bone and Ga-67 imaging.

Systemic granulomatous reaction in hip prosthesis. Apropos of 2 anatomoclinical cases].
Granulomatous reaction in total hip arthroplasty.

Aggressive granulomatous lesions associated with hip arthroplasty. Immunopathological studies.

Necrotic and inflammatory changes in metal-on-metal resurfacing hip arthroplasties.

Necrotic granulomatous pseudotumours in bilateral resurfacing hip arthoplasties: evidence for a type IV immune response.



Sinus histiocytosis of pelvic lymph nodes after hip replacement. A histiocytic proliferation induced by cobalt-chromium and titanium
Chromium-induced lymph node histiocytic proliferation after hip replacement. A case report.
 
Lymphadenopathy associated with total joint prostheses. A report of two cases and a review of the literature.
Changes seen in lymph nodes draining the sites of large joint prostheses.
Prior posts on this subject:

Seeking information.......Granulomas, histiocytosis, type IV immune response.... (part 1 of x in this series)

So what is the cause of these pseudotumors after the second revision? (part 2 of x in this series)

Granulomas, necrotic pseudotumors post revision.....what is the story on this? (part 3 of x)

Background on Type IV Immune response (part 4 of x)

Background on Type IV Immune response (part 5 of x)

Background on Type IV Immune response (part 6 of x)

1 comment:

  1. When your medical situation is finally resolved and the article published, you should be the lead author, with the docs following. You are clearly the national expert on this highly atypical systemic response to metal fragments in the human body. I know you're not a person who likes to hog the credit, but in this puzzling and difficult case, credit is due for your thoroughness and persistence. Your story may save a lot of people like you the plague of wrongful diagnosis.

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