Udai Prakash

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We report the early results and complications of resurfacing arthroplasty using the 'Trochanteric Flip Osteotomy' approach to the hip. There are no published clinical results of this approach used for resurfacing arthroplasty. One hundred consecutive patients were assessed prospectively for a minimum follow-up of 2 years (range 2-5 years). The Oxford Hip(More)
OBJECTIVES To compare the clinical and cost effectiveness of total hip arthroplasty with resurfacing arthroplasty in patients with severe arthritis of the hip. DESIGN Single centre, two arm, parallel group, assessor blinded, randomised controlled trial with 1:1 treatment allocation. SETTING One large teaching hospital in the United Kingdom. (More)
The current generation of metal-on-metal hip resurfacing designs has largely been characterized by cemented femoral fixation using a cementless cup. We present the clinical results of 135 entirely uncemented metal-on-metal hip resurfacing procedures. The primary outcome measures were revision for any cause and the Oxford hip score at the latest follow up.(More)
Metal-on-metal hip resurfacing is a popular procedure for a select group of patients. A variety of surgical approaches are being utilised, each of which may be associated with specific complications. We describe an unusual complication following a Ganz trochanteric osteotomy approach, and the technique used to treat the subsequent periprosthetic fracture.
We report a retrospective review of femoral head/neck ratios on post-operative and two year follow-up radiographs following hip resurfacing arthroplasty. The patients were in two matched groups, having had surgery through a posterior approach or via a Ganz trochanteric flip. There was no significant difference in femoral neck narrowing at follow up between(More)
Objectives To compare the clinical and cost effectiveness of total hip arthroplasty with resurfacing arthroplasty in patients with severe arthritis of the hip. Design Single centre, two arm, parallel group, assessor blinded, randomised controlled trial with 1:1 treatment allocation. Setting One large teaching hospital in the United Kingdom. Participants 126(More)
Objective of this work was to assess the effects of meningomyelocele (MMC) and its surgical intervention on spinal H-reflex. Twenty nine full term infants with age varying from 1-37 days were the study subject. Out of them 14 were normal infants and the rest were suffering from lumbosacral MMC. MMC babies were further investigated one week after surgical(More)
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