Cementless total hip replacement: past, present, and future

@article{Yamada2009CementlessTH,
  title={Cementless total hip replacement: past, present, and future},
  author={Harumoto Yamada and Yasuo Yoshihara and Osamu Henmi and Mitsuhiro Morita and Yuichiro Shiromoto and Tomoki Kawano and Arihiko Kanaji and Kennichi Ando and Masato Nakagawa and Naoto Kosaki and Eiichi Fukaya},
  journal={Journal of Orthopaedic Science},
  year={2009},
  volume={14},
  pages={228 - 241}
}
Cementless total hip replacement (THR) is rapidly being accepted as the surgery for arthritic diseases of the hip joint. The bone-ingrowth rate in porous-type cementless implants was about 90% over 10 years after surgery, showing that biological fixation of cementless THR was well maintained on both the stem and cup sides. As for the stress shielding of the femur operated using a distal fixation-type stem, severe bone resorption was observed. The severe bone resorption group showed continuous… CONTINUE READING

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