Longest Known Follow-up of a Hip Arthroplasty: The Last Chapter of a 65-Year Long Story

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INTRODUCTION The Smith-Petersen vitallium mold arthroplasty was a real landmark in arthroplasty surgery as this was the first technique which produced predictable and satisfactory results. CASE REPORT We present the longest known follow-up of any hip arthroplasty in literature. The arthroplasty was performed in 1949 in London on a 30-years-old female… (More)
DOI: 10.13107/jocr.2250-0685.814

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@inproceedings{Halasi2017LongestKF, title={Longest Known Follow-up of a Hip Arthroplasty: The Last Chapter of a 65-Year Long Story}, author={Tam{\'a}s Halasi and Declan Reidy and Shane R. Guerin}, booktitle={Journal of orthopaedic case reports}, year={2017} }