Angus D Maclean

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BACKGROUND Previous research has mainly focused on how factors such as surgical approach might affect implant survivorship and the incidence of complications. Given the increasing interest in patient-reported outcomes, the purpose of this study is to explore whether surgical approach is associated with patient-reported pain, function, and satisfaction at(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Previously, we have documented surface temperatures recorded by thermography great enough to cause osteonecrosis of the femoral head during hip resurfacing. We now performed an in vitro investigation with 3 questions: (1) whether water irrigation reduced bone surface temperature, (2) whether external bone temperatures were similar to(More)
Although total hip replacement (THR) is considered a very successful surgical intervention, a proportion of patients experience persistent pain or disability, and/or dissatisfaction with the outcome of surgery. Our aim was to determine whether post-operative radiographic variables were predictive of patient-reported pain, function and satisfaction after(More)
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