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In the 1960s, total hip replacement revolutionised management of elderly patients crippled with arthritis, with very good long-term results. Today, young patients present for hip-replacement surgery hoping to restore their quality of life, which typically includes physically demanding activities. Advances in bioengineering technology have driven development(More)
A consecutive series of patients undergoing revision total knee arthroplasty was studied prospectively. Clinical and radiographic assessment was performed preoperatively, 6 and 12 months postoperatively, and annually thereafter. Evaluation consisted of a Knee Society clinical score and assessment of patient satisfaction. In addition, patients completed(More)
In this study, a new radiostereometric analysis (RSA) calibration cage was developed with the aim of improving the accuracy and precision of RSA. This development consisted of three steps: a numerical simulation technique was first used to design the new cage; a synthetic imaging method was then implemented to predict the performance of the designed cage(More)
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