Prospective and comparative study of the anterolateral mini-invasive approach versus minimally invasive posterior approach for primary total hip replacement. Early results

@article{Laffosse2006ProspectiveAC,
  title={Prospective and comparative study of the anterolateral mini-invasive approach versus minimally invasive posterior approach for primary total hip replacement. Early results},
  author={Jean Michel Laffosse and Philippe Chiron and François Molinier and Hocine Bensafi and Jean - Francois Puget},
  journal={International Orthopaedics},
  year={2006},
  volume={31},
  pages={597-603}
}
The interest in minimally invasive approaches for total hip replacement (THR) has not waned in any way. We carried out a prospective and comparative study in order to analyse the interest of the anterolateral minimal invasive (ALMI) approach in comparison with a minimally invasive posterior (MIP) approach. A group of 35 primary THRs with a large head using the ALMI approach was compared with a group of 43 THR performed through a MIP approach. The groups were not significantly different with… CONTINUE READING

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