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This paper reviews the clinical and roentgenographic results of 228 primary non-cemented porous-coated (PCA) total hip replacements after a follow-up time of at least 2 years. The overall clinical results in the current series were satisfactory with at least 84% excellent and good clinical results at 2 years as well as 5 years postoperatively. Although(More)
Two hundred and twenty-eight uncemented total hip arthroplasties using the porous coated anatomic (PCA) one-piece acetabular component were implanted between June 1984 and July 1987 at two hospitals. The PCA total hip was one of the first hip implants to offer uncemented fixation by bone ingrowth. It was used in the younger patients with adequate bone(More)
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