Smith-Petersen mould arthroplasty: an ultra-long-term follow-up.

Abstract

We present a case of a Smith-Petersen mould arthroplasty in a 77-year-old man. The implant was inserted by Sir John Charnley himself in 1948. The patient is pain-free and walks without aids. At 56 years, this case represents the longest surviving Smith-Petersen mould arthroplasty with a satisfactory result in the current literature. 

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@article{Wright2006SmithPetersenMA, title={Smith-Petersen mould arthroplasty: an ultra-long-term follow-up.}, author={David M Wright and Antonio Alonso and Manickam Rathinam and David H Sochart}, journal={The Journal of arthroplasty}, year={2006}, volume={21 6}, pages={916-7} }