[Fat embolism during total hip arthroplasty. Cementless versus cemented--a quantitative in vivo comparison in an animal model].


Thrombembolic complications,which include the fat embolism syndrome, are well-known consequences of cementless and cemented femoral total hip replacement. Thrombembolic phenomena have been demonstrated in clinical and experimental situations with both these fixation techniques, but so far no exact quantification of the intravasated fat emboli has been… (More)


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