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The current study was performed to determine the status, at a minimum of twenty-five years, of a prospective, single-surgeon series of patients treated with primary Charnley total hip arthroplasty with a contemporary femoral cementing technique that included use of a distal cement plug and a...
Background: Fractures of the volar articular margin of the distal part of the radius with volar radiocarpal subluxation (Barton fractures) are well recognized, and substantial data are available to guide their treatment. In contrast, fractures of the dorsal articular margin of the distal part of...
Background: The treatment of isolated patellofemoral arthritis is controversial. Several surgical procedures have been used to treat the severely degenerated patellofemoral joint, with varying degrees of success. The purpose of this study was to determine the clinical results of a custom...
Background: Combined latissimus dorsi and teres major musculotendinous transfer has been described for the treatment of massive rotator cuff deficits. The procedure is technically complex because of the proximity of the radial nerve, the axillary nerve and its posterior branches, and the...
We previously reported the seven-year results of the use of a hemispherical, porous-coated acetabular component in twenty consecutive primary total hip arthroplasties in a highly selected group, namely, patients with severe developmental dysplasia or total dislocation of the hip. The present...
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