Total hip arthroplasty outcomes assessment using functional and radiographic scores to compare canine systems.

@article{Iwata2008TotalHA,
  title={Total hip arthroplasty outcomes assessment using functional and radiographic scores to compare canine systems.},
  author={D. Iwata and Hugh C Broun and A. P. Black and Christopher A Preston and G I Anderson},
  journal={Veterinary and comparative orthopaedics and traumatology : V.C.O.T},
  year={2008},
  volume={21 3},
  pages={
          221-30
        }
}
A retrospective multi-centre study was carried out in order to compare outcomes between cemented and uncemented total hip arthoplasties (THA). A quantitative orthopaedic outcome assessment scoring system was devised in order to relate functional outcome to a numerical score, to allow comparison between treatments and amongst centres. The system combined a radiographic score and a clinical score. Lower scores reflect better outcomes than higher scores. Consecutive cases of THA were included from… Expand
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