Dr. Hendrik Delport

Orthopedisch Chirurg, Medico-Legale Expertisen

Roseline heeft al drie jaar gebroken been

De kleine Roseline Nijs (4) uit Vrasene (Beveren) brak haar rechterbeentje toen ze tien maanden was. Drie jaar later is haar been nog niet genezen. Pseudoartrose heet de zeldzame aandoening waar Roseline aan lijdt. Om het onderzoek te steunen, richtte moeder Steffie Kunnen (32) twee jaar geleden Bone4kids op. “Dankzij de giften is een doorbraak naar de behandeling van pseudoartrose nabij.”

 

http://www.gva.be/regio-waas/beveren-waas/roseline-heeft-al-drie-jaar-gebroken-been.aspx

Kijk ook naar http://www.tvoost.be/nl/programmas/uitsmijter/u1802-bomen-voor-kinderen-2014-2014-02-18/

 

 

Dr Delport heeft bijgedragen aan een handboek over heup prothesen

Voor meer informatie :

Just published: The hip resurfacing handbook: A practical guide to the use and management of modern hip resurfacings, Edited by K De Smet, ANCA Clinic, Belgium, P Campbell, UCLA, USA and C Van Der Straeten, Consultant, Belgium, ISBN-13: 978 1 84569 948 2

For further details, follow the link: www.woodheadpublishing.com/9781845699482

Poster at EFORT 2012, Berlin.

Custom implant for Paprosky IIIb acetabular revision: a case report by H Delport.

Poster at 13th EFORT Congress 2012, Berlin | 23-25 May 2012

Challenging pelvic bone defects can be treated adequately and efficiently by use of patientspecific technology which is based on validated methodologies and addresses both patient’s and surgeon’s needs.

                 

  

                          

 

The aMace implant.

Patient specific guides were used in these difficult hip revisions.

New publication in Acta Orthopaedica Belgica

The Pentaconcept in skeletal tissue engineering. A combined approach for the repair of bone defects.

J Lammens, A Laumen, H Delport and J Vanlauwe.

Acta Orthop. Belg., 2012, 78,569-573.

Bone ingrowth in 3D printed implant.

 

Poster presented at TERMIS . World Congress 2012 “Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine”

September 5 - 8, 2012. Hofburg Congress Centre | Vienna | Austria

Bone ingrowth and biological fixation of selective laser melted porous scaffolds for the reconstruction of severe bone defects. Jan Demol, Ana Soares, Bram Lenaerts, Steven Leuridan, Sebastian De Boodt, Hendrik Delport.

  • Selective laser melted porous scaffolds have good osseointegration characteristics. The in vivo goat model showed increasing bone apposition on and ingrowth in the scaffolds, resulting in a strong fixation with the surrounding bone.
  • The osseointegration might be accelerated with an HA coating, however overall bone ingrowth does not seem to be influenced significantly.
  • Combined with a thorough 3D pre-operative planning, this methodology provides a promising approach to the reconstruction of severe bone defects in a patient-specific manner

  • Selective laser melted porous scaffolds have good osseointegration characteristics. The in vivo goat model showed increasing bone apposition on and ingrowth in the scaffolds, resulting in a strong fixation with the surrounding bone. The osseointegration might be accelerated with an HA coating, however overall bone ingrowth does not seem to be influenced significantly. Combined with a thorough 3D pre-operative planning, this methodology provides a promising approach to the reconstruction of severe bone defects in a patient-specific manner

The hip resurfacing handbook

 

Dr Delport contributed to "The hip resurfacing handbook" A practical guide for the use and management of modern hip resurfacings.

Edited by K De Smet, P Campbell and C Van Der Straeten.

Chapter 13 Biomet Recap system

Woodhead publishing series in Biomaterials No.47.

www.woodheadpublishing.com

 

alt Picture of Dr K De Smet