Migration of acetabular components, inserted with and without cement, in one-stage bilateral hip arthroplasty. A controlled, randomized study using roentgenstereophotogrammetric analysis.

@article{Onsten1994MigrationOA,
  title={Migration of acetabular components, inserted with and without cement, in one-stage bilateral hip arthroplasty. A controlled, randomized study using roentgenstereophotogrammetric analysis.},
  author={Ingemar Onsten and Ake Carlsson and A L Ohlin and Jan-{\AA}ke Nilsson},
  journal={The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume},
  year={1994},
  volume={76 2},
  pages={
          185-94
        }
}
Twenty-one patients who had primary osteoarthrosis were managed with a bilateral total hip arthroplasty with insertion of a Charnley femoral component. In each patient, one hip was randomly allocated to have a Harris-Galante acetabular component inserted without cement, and the contralateral hip was treated with an all-polyethylene Charnley acetabular component fixed with cement. The clinical result was satisfactory in all patients. All forty-two hips were followed, with respect to migration of… CONTINUE READING
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