Comprehensive® Segmental Revision System

Modular humeral replacement system allowing for proximal, distal or total humeral reconstruction.


The Comprehensive Segmental Revision System components have a design for proximal, distal and total humeral replacement. The distal humeral system components are for elbow replacement in cases where there is distal humeral bone loss. The system components work in conjunction with the Nexel® Elbow ulna components and are connected using the Nexel bearing kit.

The distal humeral replacement components are:

  • Distal humeral body with an optional modular Flange
  • Intercalary segment (if required)
  • Tissue attachment augments (if required)
  • Humeral stems

The distal bodies connect to ulnar components and bearing condyles to create a hinged elbow replacement. A modular flange can be assembled to the distal humeral body which may provide an extramedulary means to stabilize the bone/cement/implant interface. The distal humeral bodies are available in left and right configurations and in three sizes. Stability flanges are available in large and small sizes.

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Biomet Orthopedics
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Warsaw, Indiana 46581 USA

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