302. EVALUATION AT MORE THAN ONE YEAR OF A PRESS-FIT REVISION FEMORAL STEM: PFM-R, A PROSPECTIVE CONSECUTIVE SERIES OF 154 PATIENTS

@inproceedings{Roche2011302EA,
  title={302. EVALUATION AT MORE THAN ONE YEAR OF A PRESS-FIT REVISION FEMORAL STEM: PFM-R, A PROSPECTIVE CONSECUTIVE SERIES OF 154 PATIENTS},
  author={Olivier P. Roche and Frank Wein and Charles D{\'e}zaly and Nicolas Paris and François Sirveaux and Daniel Mol{\'e}},
  year={2011}
}
Purpose of the study: The PFM-R (Zimmer) prosthesis is a straight modular stem made of sanded titanium designed to favour spontaneous bone reconstruction. The purpose of this work was to analyse the clinical and radiographic results of this implant. Material and methods: This was a consecutive prospective series of 154 patients who underwent surgery from 1998 to 2007 (15 first-intention prostheses and 139 revisions for severe loosening [Paprosky stages 3 and 4]). Revision included a clinical… CONTINUE READING