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The Development of Total Hip Replacement

  • M. Postel
  • C. Fayeton
  • T. Arama
  • J. P. Courpied
  • M. Kerboul

Abstract

It is instructive to look back at our receives for using certain types of prostheses, at their results, and at how the lessons we drew from them directed the development of our future choice. The changes made were few and were motivated only by the hope of providing a solution to a specific problem (Fig. 3.1).

Keywords

Femoral Component Aseptic Loosening Radiological Sign Femoral Stem Medullary Canal 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Postel
  • C. Fayeton
  • T. Arama
  • J. P. Courpied
  • M. Kerboul

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