TITLE

Nyakban rögzülő szárral végzett csípőízületi totál endoprotézis rövid távú eredményei klinikánkon Két eset ismertetése

AUTHOR(S)
HUNOR, ANTAL; KINGA, SZUPER; PÉTER, THAN
PUB. DATE
July 2013
SOURCE
Magyar Traumatológia, Ortopédia, Kézsebészet, Plasztikai Seb;2013, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p233
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The range of clinical indications for hip prosthesis implantation is getting wider. The younger the patient is at the time of prosthesis implantation, the higher is the probability of a later revision surgery. Short-stemmed femoral shaft bone preserving prostheses have been developed for such cases. In their publication the authors give a short overview of the international literature and indications of this type of prostheses and report about the short term results of prosthesis implantations, performed with a short stem without bone cement, fixed in the femoral neck (Silent Hip, DePuy) on two patients.
ACCESSION #
95530368

 

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