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EFORT: QUADRA vs. AMIStem femoral components for THA

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June 2014

EFORT: QUADRA vs. AMIStem femoral components for THA

Vol: 3| Issue: 6| Number:63| ISSN#: 2564-2537
Study Type:Randomized Trial
OE Level Evidence:N/A
Journal Level of Evidence:N/A

Periprosthetic Bone Mineral Density After Total Hip Arthroplasty With An AMIStem Or Quadra Femoral Component Performed By A Minimally Invasive Anterior Approach (AMIS): A Prospective Randomised Clinical Dualenergy X-Ray Absorptiometry Study.

Contributing Authors:
G Petridis M Nolde J Beck M Scherer

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40 patients scheduled for total hip arthroplasty (THA) were randomly assigned into 1 of 2 groups to test two different stem designs; QUADRA and AMIS. The results of the study indicated that both stem designs significantly improved clinical scores (HHS and HAAS) by final follow up, and revealed no significant difference between them regarding clinical outcomes at any time point. Bone mineral densit...

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