Proximal femoral allografts for bone deficiencies in revision hip arthroplasty: a medium-term follow-up study.

@article{Wang2004ProximalFA,
  title={Proximal femoral allografts for bone deficiencies in revision hip arthroplasty: a medium-term follow-up study.},
  author={Jun-Wen Wang and C J Wang},
  journal={The Journal of arthroplasty},
  year={2004},
  volume={19 7},
  pages={845-52}
}
Fifteen patients who had undergone hip reconstruction using a proximal femoral allograft-prosthesis composite because of failed total hip arthroplasty were reviewed retrospectively. The average length of allograft was 11 cm. The average follow-up period was 7.6 years. Ten patients retained the allograft-prosthesis construct, yielding a success rate of 67% for the procedure. The average preoperative Harris Hip Score of all patients was 21.7 points. At the latest follow-up, the average hip score… CONTINUE READING

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