Stability of Endler Cementless Polyethylene Acetabular Cup: Long-term Follow-up

Kolundžić, Robert; Šulentić, Melita; Smerdelj, Miroslav; Orlić, Dubravko; Trkulja, Vladimir
April 2005
Croatian Medical Journal;2005, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p261
Academic Journal
Investigates the possible influence of demographic and biomechanical factors on stability of the Endler cementless polyethylene acetabular cup. Factors involved in the onset of the late complications of the hip joint endoprosthesis; Methodology of the study; Discussions of the results of the study.


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