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Dr. Clifford Jeng leads a talented team of surgeons providing expertise in foot and ankle conditions and treatments.
Inflammatory bowel disease, or IBD, includes disorders that cause inflammation of the intestines. IBD is treated at Mercy by expert gastroenterologists.
Pulmonologists at The Lung Center at Mercy treat patients with lung conditions including COPD, lung cancer and interstitial lung disease.
Mercy offers emergency care on the Downtown Baltimore campus 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (410-332-9477) with access to a trained emergency medicine team, diagnostic services and consultations with specialists.
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Mercy Medical Center's downtown campus includes our Main Hospital - The Mary Catherine Bunting Center, McAuley Plaza and The Weinberg Center.
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Total hip replacement surgery of the left hip is depicted. The procedure includes the incision, exposure of the hip joint, removal of the arthritic femoral head, placement of the acetabular hip prosthetic component (socket), and placement of the femoral head prosthesis (ball).
At Orthopedics and Joint Replacement at Mercy, our team of orthopedic surgeons works with patients to develop the best treatment plan for their hip pain. Patients throughout Baltimore seek our surgeons for their expertise in traditional hip replacement surgery as well as their advanced skills and leadership in anterior hip replacement.
Hip replacement surgery relieves hip pain by replacing the diseased hip joint with an artificial joint. Prior to hip replacement surgery, an orthopedic surgeon will conduct an evaluation and take X-rays to assess the extent of the hip damage. Together the orthopedic surgeon and patient will decide if hip replacement surgery is the best treatment for a patient’s hip pain.
Hip replacement surgery can include:
During a traditional total hip replacement, a 10-12 inch incision is made on the side or back of the hip. The hip is accessed by cutting through muscles and tendons.
During an anterior approach to total hip replacement, a 4-5 inch incision is made on the front, or anterior, of the hip through natural muscle intervals, preventing the need to cut muscles or tendons.
A number of conditions can cause severe hip damage and pain, including:
If medications, changes in daily activities, and walking aids do not relieve pain, a hip replacement may be the best treatment option.
The top rated orthopedic surgeons at Orthopedics and Joint Replacement at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland, offer innovative joint, hip and knee preservation, replacement and treatment options for conditions, including avascular necrosis, tendonitis, osteoarthritis, AC ligament tears, MCL and ACL ligament tears, rheumatoid arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome and tennis elbow. Doctors at Orthopedics and Joint Replacement were among the first in the region performing MAKOplasty® partial knee resurfacing, minimally invasive knee replacement and anterior approach hip replacement. Mercy Medical Center is proud to have been named one of America's 100 Best Hospitals for Orthopedic Surgery.
Orthopedics and Joint Replacement is part of The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital at Mercy Medical Center.
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Dr. Marc Hungerford, Chief of Orthopedics at Mercy, specializes in adult joint replacement, including hip and knee replacement. He is an expert in performing MAKOplasty® knee resurfacing and anterior hip replacement.
A woman returns to her active lifestyle after an anterior approach hip replacement at Mercy Medical Center.