Publications By Mr G J Charnley
Mr Charnley continues to be involved in active research in joint arthroplasty. Current interests include proximal femoral replacement. Over the past 15 years, he has given invited lectures and presented scientific research not only in the UK, but also South Africa, Portugal, Italy, Austria and France’.
Open Arthrolysis with Distraction
Titanium Femoral Component Fixation and
Experience with a Cemented Titanium Prosthesis
Operative Surgery: Orthopaedic Surgery
Fracture Management Chapter
Failure of Acetabular Cups influenced by Marker
Traumatic Medial Displacement of a Rotalok Acetabular
Weight Changes After Total Hip Arthroplasty
A Floating Radial Head Prosthesis for Radial Head Fractures
Reconstruction Femoral Nailing for Sub-trochanteric
Fracture Non Union
Preliminary Results of Partial Surface
Replacement of the Femoral Head in Osteonecrosis
Press-Fit Acetabular Cup Fixation: -
Principles and Testing
Inaccuracy of Acetabular Reaming Under Surgical Conditions
The Position of the Popliteal Artery in the
Laparoscopic Forceps - A useful tool in
revision hip arthroplasty
Partial Resurfacing Arthroplasty of the Femoral Head in
Avascular Necrosis; Methods, Indications and Results
Preliminary experience of the Cannulok revision hip
prosthesis in late periprosthetic fracture management
The Anterolateral Approach to the Hip
The Management of Pelvic Fractures with Internal and
A Cannulated Implant for Peri-Prosthetic Fractures in the
Cementing Techniques - Current Theory and Practice
Surgical Techniques and Implant Removal in Revision Total
Cement Removal in Revision Total Hip Replacement
Acetabular Reinforcement – “Influenced by France”
Acetabular Osteotomy as an Alternative to Hip
The Preparation of Bone Graft Material for Use in
Revision Hip Arthroplasty
Role Of Allograft And Auto graft Bone In Revision Total Hip
Mini Antero-Lateral Approach To The Hip In Hip Replacement Surgery
Science of Impaction Bone Allo Grafting and Acetabular
Future of Impacting Bone Allo Grafting And Femoral Reconstruction
Mini Antero-Lateral Approach In Cemented Total Hip Replacement
The Use of Trabecular Metal In Primary and Revision Total Hip Replacement Surgery
Instructional Lectures To The Annual Meeting Of The South
African Orthopaedic Association
Complex Acetabular Reconstruction - Trabecular Metal Is The Answer
Interactions In Total Hip Arthroplasty Meeting
Total Hip Replacement after Proximal Femoral Fracture
Short Stem Total Hip Replacements in the United Kingdom. G. Charnley.
International Hip and Knee Meeting, Instuit Kerboull, Paris, France. January 2014.
Reconstruction Femoral Nailing for Complex Proximal
Femoral Fractures and Metastatic Deposits
The Principles of Intramedullary Nailing and Advances in
Variability of Acetabular Reaming Under Surgical Conditions
Press-fit Acetabular Cup Fixation: Principles and Testing.
The Management of Periprosthetic Fractures and Massive
Proximal Femoral Bone Loss Using a Cannulated Distally Locked Revision Femoral Component
Une nouvelle technique pour reduire les complications
intra-opératoire pendant lenclouage centro-médullaire pour les fracture fémorales
Reducing the embolic risks during intramedullary nailing of
metastatic femoral disease
The Incidence of Heterotopic Ossification Following
Impaction Allografting in Revision Hip Arthroplasty
Is Heterotopic Ossification Prophylaxis Necessary
When Impaction Allograft is Used in Revision Hip Arthroplasty?
Initial Experience with the Kerboull Acetabular
Cage in Primary and Revision Hip Arthroplasty.
A Simple Technical for Defatting Morcellised
Bone-Graft in Revision Hip Arthroplasty.
The Impact on Surgical Practice Following the
Introduction of an Extended Offset Femoral Stem.
An Initial Experience With The
Cable Ready System In Revision And Complex Primary Hip Surgery.
Early European Experience of a
Trabecular Metal Acetabular Component.
Trabecular Metal Acetabular Reconstruction
The Channulok Hip at Twenty-One Years
Continuing Surveillance of the ASR Metal on Metal Total Hip Replacement -
Orthopaedic Lego – Proximal Femoral Replacement in a District General Hospital
This page was last updated on 24th September 2018