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2007Progression of acetabular periprosthetic osteolytic lesions measured with computed tomographyHowie, D.; Neale, S.; Stamenkov, R.; Mc Gee, M.; Taylor, D.; Findlay, D.
2007Cement-within-cement stem exchange using the collarless polished double-taper stemMandziak, D.; Howie, D.; Neale, S.; Mc Gee, M.
2000The effect of particle phagocytosis and metallic wear particles on osteoclast formation and bone resorption in vitroNeale, S.; Haynes, D.; Howie, D.; Murray, D.; Athanasou, N.
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.
2006The correlation of RANK, RANKL and TNF╬▒ expression with bone loss volume and polyethylene wear debris around hip implantsHolding, C.; Findlay, D.; Stamenkov, R.; Neale, S.; Lucas, H.; Dharmapatni, A.; Callary, S.; Shrestha, K.; Atkins, G.; Howie, D.; Haynes, 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.
2010Distribution of periacetabular osteolytic lesions varies according to component designStamenkov, R.; Howie, D.; Neale, S.; Mc Gee, M.; Taylor, D.; Findlay, D.
2012Progression of periacetabular osteolytic lesionsHowie, D.; Neale, S.; Martin, W.; Costi, K.; Kane, T.; Stamenkov, R.; Findlay, D.
2000Human bone-derived cells support formation of human osteoclasts from arthroplasty-derived cells in vitroNeale, S.; Fujikawa, Y.; Sabokbar, A.; Gundle, R.; Murray, D.; Graves, S.; Howie, D.; Athanasou, N.
1999Macrophage colony-stimulating factor and interleukin-6 release by periprosthetic cells stimulates osteoclast formation and bone resorptionNeale, S.; Sabokbar, A.; Howie, D.; Murray, D.; Athanasou, N.