Treatment of pelvic osteolysis associated with a stable acetabular component inserted without cement as part of a total hip replacement.

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Thirty-five patients who had had a primary total hip replacement with a porous-coated acetabular component inserted without cement had a revision procedure to treat pelvic osteolysis. The mean age at the time of the revision operation was forty-nine years (range, twenty-nine to eighty-five years). Forty-six distinct pelvic osteolytic lesions were noted… (More)

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@article{Maloney1997TreatmentOP, title={Treatment of pelvic osteolysis associated with a stable acetabular component inserted without cement as part of a total hip replacement.}, author={William Maloney and P J Herzwurm and W L Paprosky and Harry E. Rubash and Charles A. Engh}, journal={The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume}, year={1997}, volume={79 11}, pages={1628-34} }