LONG-TERM RESUL1S OF CHARNLEY LOW-FRICHON ARTHROPLASTY

@inproceedings{Martyn2005LONGTERMRO,
  title={LONG-TERM RESUL1S OF CHARNLEY LOW-FRICHON ARTHROPLASTY},
  author={Martyn and L. GoodwinHarold and Porter and Ian and A................................................. and Trail and Linda and P................... and Hunt and JOHN and C. BriscoeAndrew and M.................................. and Murphy and K{\'e}vin and Hardinge},
  year={2005}
}
We report the long-term outcome of 218 Charnley lowfriction arthroplasties in 141 patients who were 40 years old or younger at the time ofsurgery. The minimum followup was ten years with a mean of 16 years. The probabifity of the femoral component surviving 20 years was 86% and of the acetabular component, 84%. The chance that both components would survive for this period was 75%. The pathological diagnosis significantly influenced implant survival. In rheumatoid patients the probability of… CONTINUE READING

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