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Total hip replacement with second generation cementing technique and the monobloc ScanHip: a 10-year follow-up

Wingstrand, I; Persson, BM and Wingstrand, Hans LU (2002) In International Orthopaedics 26(2). p.69-71
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Abstract in French

244 hanches chez 230 malades consécutifs ont été opérées avec une prothèse cimentée à tête de 32 mm. L'âge moyen à la chirurgie était 77 (46–96) années. Au délai de 10 ans 89 malades (95 hanches) étaient morts et 33 malades (35 hanches) non revus à cause de l'âge ou de problèmes médicaux. 13 hanches avaient été révisées pour descellement aseptique, deux pour infection, une pour luxations itératives, et une pour fracture. 4 prothèses ont été notées descellées et 7 avaient des aspects radiographiques en faveur d'un descellement mais avec seulement des symptômes cliniques mineurs. 52% des malades n'avaient aucune ou une discrète boiterie et 62% aucune ou une discrète douleur. 87% des malades ont été... (More)
Abstract in French

244 hanches chez 230 malades consécutifs ont été opérées avec une prothèse cimentée à tête de 32 mm. L'âge moyen à la chirurgie était 77 (46–96) années. Au délai de 10 ans 89 malades (95 hanches) étaient morts et 33 malades (35 hanches) non revus à cause de l'âge ou de problèmes médicaux. 13 hanches avaient été révisées pour descellement aseptique, deux pour infection, une pour luxations itératives, et une pour fracture. 4 prothèses ont été notées descellées et 7 avaient des aspects radiographiques en faveur d'un descellement mais avec seulement des symptômes cliniques mineurs. 52% des malades n'avaient aucune ou une discrète boiterie et 62% aucune ou une discrète douleur. 87% des malades ont été satisfaits du résultat précoce et 77% l'étaient encore au délai de suivi. Sur les radiographies à 10 ans l'usure des cupules était en moyenne de 2.2 mm dans les hanches descellées et de 1.5 mm dans les hanches intactes (p=0.02). Il n'y avait aucune corrélation entre l'insatisfaction et le descellement radiographique au délai d'étude. (Less)
Abstract
In 230 consecutive patients 244 hips were operated with a 32-mm cemented prosthesis. The mean age at surgery was 77 (46-96) years. At the 10-year follow-up 89 patients (95 hips) were dead and 33 patients (35 hips) did not attend because of old age or medical problems. Thirteen hips had been revised for aseptic loosening, two for infection, one for recurrent dislocations, and one for fracture. Four hips were found to be loose and seven had suspected radiographic loosening zones but only minor clinical symptoms. No or little limp was experienced by 52% of patients and 62% reported no or little pain. Eighty-seven percent were satisfied with the early postoperative result and 77% were still content at the time of follow-up. On the 10-year... (More)
In 230 consecutive patients 244 hips were operated with a 32-mm cemented prosthesis. The mean age at surgery was 77 (46-96) years. At the 10-year follow-up 89 patients (95 hips) were dead and 33 patients (35 hips) did not attend because of old age or medical problems. Thirteen hips had been revised for aseptic loosening, two for infection, one for recurrent dislocations, and one for fracture. Four hips were found to be loose and seven had suspected radiographic loosening zones but only minor clinical symptoms. No or little limp was experienced by 52% of patients and 62% reported no or little pain. Eighty-seven percent were satisfied with the early postoperative result and 77% were still content at the time of follow-up. On the 10-year radiographs wear of the cups was, on average, 2.2 mm in loose hips and 1.5 mm in intact hips (P=0.02). There was no correlation between dissatisfaction and loosening visible by X-ray at follow-up. (Less)
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International Orthopaedics
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26
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2
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69 - 71
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Springer
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  • pmid:12078879
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1432-5195
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10.1007/s00264-001-0324-2
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English
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  abstract     = {In 230 consecutive patients 244 hips were operated with a 32-mm cemented prosthesis. The mean age at surgery was 77 (46-96) years. At the 10-year follow-up 89 patients (95 hips) were dead and 33 patients (35 hips) did not attend because of old age or medical problems. Thirteen hips had been revised for aseptic loosening, two for infection, one for recurrent dislocations, and one for fracture. Four hips were found to be loose and seven had suspected radiographic loosening zones but only minor clinical symptoms. No or little limp was experienced by 52% of patients and 62% reported no or little pain. Eighty-seven percent were satisfied with the early postoperative result and 77% were still content at the time of follow-up. On the 10-year radiographs wear of the cups was, on average, 2.2 mm in loose hips and 1.5 mm in intact hips (P=0.02). There was no correlation between dissatisfaction and loosening visible by X-ray at follow-up.},
  author       = {Wingstrand, I and Persson, BM and Wingstrand, Hans},
  issn         = {1432-5195},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {69--71},
  publisher    = {Springer},
  series       = {International Orthopaedics},
  title        = {Total hip replacement with second generation cementing technique and the monobloc ScanHip: a 10-year follow-up},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00264-001-0324-2},
  volume       = {26},
  year         = {2002},
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