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Primary hip arthroplasty through a limited posterior trochanteric osteotomy.

@article{SanchezSotelo2005PrimaryHA,
  title={Primary hip arthroplasty through a limited posterior trochanteric osteotomy.},
  author={Joaqu{\'i}n Sanchez-Sotelo and John Gipple and Daniel J. Berry and Charles M. Rowland and Robert R. Cofield},
  journal={Acta orthopaedica Belgica},
  year={2005},
  volume={71 5},
  pages={
          548-54
        }
}
This study evaluates primary hip replacement performed using a modified posterior approach through a limited posterior trochanteric osteotomy bone block that includes the insertions of the posterior capsule and short external rotators--as this may enhance secure reattachment of the posterior soft-tissue envelope and protect against postoperative instability. Sixty-eight consecutive primary hip replacements performed through a posterior trochanteric osteotomy were prospectively followed. Two… 

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