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Joint proprioception in normal, osteoarthritic and replaced knees.
TLDR
It is proposed that reduced proprioception in elderly and osteoarthritic subjects may be responsible for initiation or advancement of degeneration of the knee.
Prediction of clinical outcome of THR from migration measurements on standard radiographs. A study of cemented Charnley and Stanmore femoral stems.
TLDR
It is concluded that it would be possible to evaluate a new cemented design of femoral stem over a two-year period by the use of the theoretical basis of this method and to compare its performance against the reported known standard of the Charnley and Stanmore designs.
Hypersensitivity in aseptic loosening of total hip replacements. The role of constituents of bone cement.
TLDR
The results suggest the need for awareness of possible previous dental or occupational exposure of the constituents of bone cement, and the use of skin-patch testing in high-risk cases, is recommended.
Stanmore compared with Charnley total hip replacement. A prospective study of 413 arthroplasties.
TLDR
The results confirm that conventional cemented total hip replacements give acceptable results in a general teaching unit, and there is no evidence of any effect of the size of the femoral head on wear or loosening at five to ten years.
Distal femoral osteotomy for lateral compartment osteoarthritis of the knee.
TLDR
The results indicate that distal femoral osteotomy is a satisfactory procedure in the young, active patient with osteoarthritis of the lateral compartment of the knee, but requires precise surgical technique and rigid internal fixation.
Danger to the popliteal artery in high tibial osteotomy.
TLDR
Surgeons performing upper tibial osteotomy should be aware that flexing the knee does not protect the popliteal artery from injury.
Knee function after patellectomy. A 12- to 48-year follow-up.
TLDR
83 knees which had had patellectomy for anterior knee pain, patellofemoral osteoarthritis or comminuted fractures between 1942 and 1978 are described and two patients had stronger muscles in their operated than in their unoperated legs.
JOINT PROPRIOCEPTION IN NORMAL, OSTEOARTHRITIC
TLDR
It is proposed that reduced proprioception in elderly and osteoarthritic subjects may be responsible for initiation or advancement of degeneration of the knee.
Cement hypersensitivity: a cause of aseptic loosening?
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