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2012Imaging periprosthetic osteolysis around total knee arthroplasties using a human cadaver modelSolomon, L.; Stamenkov, R.; MacDonald, A.; Yaikwavong, N.; Neale, S.; Moss, M.; Howie, D.
2017Proximal translation of > 1 mm within the first two years of revision total hip arthroplasty correctly predicts whether or not an acetabular component is loose in 80% of cases: a case-control study with confirmed intra-operative outcomesKim, Y.; Abrahams, J.; Callary, S.; De Ieso, C.; Costi, K.; Howie, D.; Solomon, L.
2013Posterolateral and anterolateral approaches to unicondylar posterolateral tibial plateau fractures: a comparative studySolomon, L.; Stevenson, A.; Lee, Y.; Baird, R.; Howie, D.
2013Periprosthetic osteolysis after total hip replacement: molecular pathology and clinical managementHowie, D.; Neale, S.; Haynes, D.; Holubowycz, O.; McGee, M.; Solomon, L.; Callary, S.; Atkins, G.; Findlay, D.
2008Primary human osteoblasts grow into porous tantalum and maintain an osteoblastic phenotypeWelldon, K.; Atkins, G.; Howie, D.; Finlay, D.
2011Role of polyethylene particles in peri-prosthetic osteolysis: A reviewAtkins, G.; Haynes, D.; Howie, D.; Findlay, D.
2012The effect of hip position on the length of trochanteric muscles: potential implications for early postoperative management of hip arthroplastyLee, Y.; Callary, S.; Howie, D.; Thewlis, D.; Solomon, L.
2012Large femoral heads decrease the incidence of dislocation after total hip arthroplasty: A randomized controlled trialHowie, D.; Holubowycz, O.; Middleton, R.
2010Distribution of periacetabular osteolytic lesions varies according to component designStamenkov, R.; Howie, D.; Neale, S.; Mc Gee, M.; Taylor, D.; Findlay, D.
2007Revision total hip replacement using cemented collarless double-taper femoral componentsHowie, D.; Wimhurst, J.; Mc Gee, M.; Carbone, T.; Badaruddin, B.