A method of grouting which permits the joining together of two parts by means of a binder and, more particularly, the sealing of one part in another, in particular the sealing of a prosthesis in a bone cavity. The method includes producing in the part to be sealed a channel which passes through the part along an axis substantially parallel to the axis of the introduction of the part to be sealed into the recess formed in the part intended to receive it, and injecting the binder into the channel until the binder fills the space between the part and the wall of the recess. Centering elements can be placed around the part in the space present between the part and the wall of the recess, and a packing part can be positioned, around the part to be sealed, on the opening of the recess. The injection channel made in the part which is to be sealed can be provided with a thread which makes it possible to introduce a threaded rod into it for the extraction of the part.
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