The outcome of Charnley total hip arthroplasty with cement after a minimum twenty-year follow-up. The results of one surgeon.

@article{Schulte1993TheOO,
  title={The outcome of Charnley total hip arthroplasty with cement after a minimum twenty-year follow-up. The results of one surgeon.},
  author={Kary R. Schulte and John J. Callaghan and Scott S. Kelley and Richard C. Johnston},
  journal={The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume},
  year={1993},
  volume={75 7},
  pages={961-75}
}
We evaluated the results of 330 total hip arthroplasties that were performed with use of the Charnley prosthesis and cement in 262 patients by the senior one of us between July 1970 and April 1972. All hips had been thoroughly assessed preoperatively to document the patient's functional level. All patients had been disabled because of pain in the hip or a fracture of the hip, and 212 patients (81 per cent) had used walking aids. At a minimum of twenty years after the index operation, eighty… CONTINUE READING

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