Press-fit fixation with circular segmental rows of teeth at the cup equator
Metal casing with holes for optional additional screw fixation
Medioventral recess for a wider range of motion and to protect the psoas tendon and femoral nerve1
Optional anti-luxation UHMWPE insert
Polyethylene inserts in standard UHMWPE and X-LINKed UHMWPE
Years of experience with successful implant systems and fixation concepts plus state-of-the-art material and coating technologies were applied in the the design of the Link T.O.P. II Acetabular Cup System.
The medioventral recess serves to protect the femoral nerve and psoas tendon, while allowing a greater range of motion.1
The UHMWPE inserts are available in standard and anti-luxation versions. Both versions offer five adjustable rotation positions, and this permits individual alignment to suit the specific hip situation.
For enhanced secondary stability, the LINK T.O.P. II Acetabular Cup System with osteoconductive HX calcium phosphate coating (CaP) is available.2, 3
Luxation of the acetabular head
Resection of the acetabular head
Exposing and reaming the acetabulum
Determining the cup size
Implantation of the metal casing
Sealing the central hole
Preparing the trial reduction
Insertion of the inlay
LINK® T.O.P.® II Acetabular Cup in situ
T.O.P. II - Impl. Instr. OP
Size: 1 MB
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Palm, L., Jacobsson, S., & Ivarsson, I. (2002). Hydroxyapatite coating improves 8- to 10-year performance of the link RS cementless femoral stem. The Journal of Arthroplasty, 17(2), pp. 172-175.
Yang, C. (2002). Effect of calcium phosphate surface coating on bone ingrowth onto porous-surfaced titanium alloy implants in rabbit tibiae. Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 60(4), pp. 422-425.