Cementless component leads to increased femoral neck BMD after hip resurfacing
A randomised controlled trial of cemented and cementless femoral components for metal-on-metal hip resurfacingBone Joint J. 2015 Dec;97-B(12):1608-14
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120 patients scheduled for hip resurfacing surgery were randomized to receive either cementless or cemented femoral component implants. The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of cementless implantation and subsequent femoral neck bone mineral density (BMD) after a follow-up period of two years. Results indicated that total BMD was significantly higher in patients in the cementless im...
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