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Fifty-seven revision total hip arthroplasties in fifty-six patients were performed with a Harris-Galante porous-coated acetabular component by one surgeon, and the patients were followed prospectively for a mean of seven years (range, five to twelve years). A trochanteric osteotomy was performed in forty hips, and a posterior approach with an extended(More)
Controversy exists over whether to remove a well-fixed femoral component at the time of revision of a failed acetabular component, and it has been suggested that the femoral component be removed and recemented. The hypothesis presented in this article is that only the acetabular component should be revised in these situations. Thirty-eight isolated,(More)
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