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I am building a construct in a patient’s body that hopefully will last 20 years or more and I don’t want the approach to determine which type of stem I use.
With the mini posterior approach, I can choose the best stem for the patient, not the procedure.
If a fracture occurs during an anterior approach, it is much more difficult to fix and often requires a separate incision.
Reconstructing through a mini posterior approach, I am able to use the Exeter stem for some patients.
Also, the need for a blood transfusion is minimized.