THE CEMENTLESS PM HIP ARTHROPLASTY

@inproceedings{Dickob1996THECP,
  title={THE CEMENTLESS PM HIP ARTHROPLASTY},
  author={Michael Dickob and Thomas Martini},
  year={1996}
}
We implanted 300 uncoated cementless PM prostheses into 271 patients and followed 251 (92.6%) of them for four to seven years. By then 37 had already been revised for aseptic and three for septic loosening. The survival rate with implant failure as the endpoint was 88.8% for the cup and 85.3% for the stem after six years. There was a higher risk of implant loosening in congenital dysplasia, unilateral hip arthroplasty and obesity. The results of 225 unrevised hip replacements were assessed by… CONTINUE READING

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