[Clinical outcome following robotic assisted versus conventional total hip arthroplasty: a controlled and prospective study of seventy-one patients].

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AIM Robotic assisted total hip arthroplasty remains controversial, since wider exposure of the proximal femur and placement of the leg in maximal hip adduction and external rotation using a rigid leg-holder apparatus may impair significantly the hip abductors. Consequently, it is the purpose of this study to analyse and report both clinical outcome and hip… (More)

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