Cementing the metaphyseal stem in metal-on-metal resurfacing: when and why.

@article{Amstutz2009CementingTM,
  title={Cementing the metaphyseal stem in metal-on-metal resurfacing: when and why.},
  author={Harlan Cabot Amstutz and Michel Jean Le Duff},
  journal={Clinical orthopaedics and related research},
  year={2009},
  volume={467 1},
  pages={79-83}
}
UNLABELLED Initial fixation of the femoral component in hip resurfacing is key to the enduring survival of the prosthesis. Cementing the metaphyseal stem increases the interface area between bone and cement. We compared the clinical and survivorship results of two groups in a cohort of 1000 hips (838 patients) implanted with Conserve((R)) Plus hip resurfacing; one group was resurfaced with a cemented metaphyseal stem (400 hips; Group 1) and the other with a press-fit stem (600 hips; Group 2… CONTINUE READING
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