The Corail® Hip System was developed in 1986 as an innovative solution for hip arthroplasty and has since become one of the most used hip systems in the world. This book is designed as a practical manual to primary and revision arthroplasty that will serve both as a reference for surgeons in training and as a source of information, tips and tricks for the more experienced who wish to learn from the cases of other surgeons. The book is divided into three main parts. The first discusses everything that is practical about the system, including the surgical technique, treatment of complications, and the results achieved in large cohorts of patients. The second part is devoted to the important issues of surgical approach, bearing options, acetabular preparation and, cup orientation and fixation. The final part focuses on patient management and includes a collection of standard and complex clinical cases to which surgeons can refer when planning surgery.