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All of the following intra-operative techniques may result in lengthening of the operative leg during total hip arthroplasty EXCEPT:
Increasing the femoral neck offset
Increasing the femoral neck length
Incomplete insertion of a cemented femoral stem
Making a high femoral neck cut just below the femoral head
Bone grafting superior to the acetabulum to seat the cup more inferior
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All of the following interventions help restore anatomic limb length following total hip arthroplasty EXCEPT:
Use of an arthroplasty system incorporating variable neck lengths
Intraoperative assessment of limb length
Use of a modular arthroplasty system that allows variable femoral offset
Clinical and radiographic preoperative assessment for limb length discrepancy