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The use of continuous passive motion after total knee arthroplasty remains controversial. A new approach, starting continuous passive motion at 70 degrees to 100 degrees flexion in the recovery room (Group I) was evaluated. A randomized, prospective study of 210 consecutive total knee arthroplasties was performed at two institutions. The control population(More)
Thirty-eight oblong bilobed noncustom uncemented, porous-coated titanium acetabular components were used to reconstruct failed hip arthroplasties with large superior segmental acetabular bone deficiencies. No structural bone grafts were used. All patients were followed up for 2 to 5 years (mean, 3 years) after the operation. One patient (whose socket rested(More)
Outcome of the acetabular component in 90 consecutive primary noncemented total hip arthroplasties (THAs) was prospectively studied. The acetabular cup consisted of a hemispherical titanium alloy shell with a titanium fiber-mesh porous coating and a modular polyethylene liner (Harris-Galante Porous-1, Zimmer, Warsaw, Ind). The cup was implanted using(More)
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