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Femoral revision with impaction allografting and an uncemented femoral component

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Femoral revision with impaction allografting and an uncemented femoral component. / Nickelsen, T N; Erenbjerg, M; Retpen, J B; Solgaard, S.

I: Hip International, Bind 18, Nr. 4, 20.12.2008, s. 278-85.

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Nickelsen, TN, Erenbjerg, M, Retpen, JB & Solgaard, S 2008, 'Femoral revision with impaction allografting and an uncemented femoral component', Hip International, bind 18, nr. 4, s. 278-85.

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Nickelsen, T. N., Erenbjerg, M., Retpen, J. B., & Solgaard, S. (2008). Femoral revision with impaction allografting and an uncemented femoral component. Hip International, 18(4), 278-85.

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Nickelsen TN, Erenbjerg M, Retpen JB, Solgaard S. Femoral revision with impaction allografting and an uncemented femoral component. Hip International. 2008 dec 20;18(4):278-85.

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Nickelsen, T N ; Erenbjerg, M ; Retpen, J B ; Solgaard, S. / Femoral revision with impaction allografting and an uncemented femoral component. I: Hip International. 2008 ; Bind 18, Nr. 4. s. 278-85.

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abstract = "A technique for uncemented revision of the femoral component which combines impaction allografting and the use of a long-stemmed proximally coated titanium prostheses (Bimetric, Biomet Inc.) is described. The results after a mean follow-up of 112 months are reported. From 1991 to 1995 femoral component revision for aseptic loosening was performed on 100 hips. In 14 cases (14{\%}) an intraoperative fracture occurred and 7 patients (7{\%}) had other postoperative complications. Seventeen patients (17{\%}) required further revision, 10 because of aseptic loosening. Of 50 surviving patients with retained implants 88{\%} had no pain, 10{\%} had slight pain and only 2{\%} had severe pain. Thirty-eight patients had radiographic signs of remodelling of the graft and/or cortical repair. In cases with a successful outcome, the results have been encouraging in relation to clinical performance, regeneration of bone and implant survival.",
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N2 - A technique for uncemented revision of the femoral component which combines impaction allografting and the use of a long-stemmed proximally coated titanium prostheses (Bimetric, Biomet Inc.) is described. The results after a mean follow-up of 112 months are reported. From 1991 to 1995 femoral component revision for aseptic loosening was performed on 100 hips. In 14 cases (14%) an intraoperative fracture occurred and 7 patients (7%) had other postoperative complications. Seventeen patients (17%) required further revision, 10 because of aseptic loosening. Of 50 surviving patients with retained implants 88% had no pain, 10% had slight pain and only 2% had severe pain. Thirty-eight patients had radiographic signs of remodelling of the graft and/or cortical repair. In cases with a successful outcome, the results have been encouraging in relation to clinical performance, regeneration of bone and implant survival.

AB - A technique for uncemented revision of the femoral component which combines impaction allografting and the use of a long-stemmed proximally coated titanium prostheses (Bimetric, Biomet Inc.) is described. The results after a mean follow-up of 112 months are reported. From 1991 to 1995 femoral component revision for aseptic loosening was performed on 100 hips. In 14 cases (14%) an intraoperative fracture occurred and 7 patients (7%) had other postoperative complications. Seventeen patients (17%) required further revision, 10 because of aseptic loosening. Of 50 surviving patients with retained implants 88% had no pain, 10% had slight pain and only 2% had severe pain. Thirty-eight patients had radiographic signs of remodelling of the graft and/or cortical repair. In cases with a successful outcome, the results have been encouraging in relation to clinical performance, regeneration of bone and implant survival.

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KW - Follow-Up Studies

KW - Hip Prosthesis

KW - Humans

KW - Intraoperative Complications

KW - Male

KW - Middle Aged

KW - Osseointegration

KW - Prosthesis Failure

KW - Reoperation

KW - Titanium

KW - Transplantation, Autologous

KW - Transplantation, Homologous

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