By Paul A. Banaszkiewicz FRCS (Tr & Orth), MClin Ed, FAcad MEd, FHEA (auth.), Paul A. Banaszkiewicz, Deiary F. Kader (eds.)
Orthopedic specialists of their box have conscientiously selected what they give thought to to be the main papers of their respective domain names. each paper is thoroughly defined and evaluated through its strengths, weaknesses and its contribution to the sphere. Papers were selected by means of variety of citations, educational value, articles that experience replaced our complete mind set or that experience easily stood the try of time.
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2011;82(5):521–9. Lewthwaite SC, Squires B, Gie GA, Timperley AJ, Ling RSM. The Exeter™ universal hip in patients 50 years or younger at 10–17 years’ followup. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2008;466(2):324–31. 3 Traumatic Arthritis of the Hip After Dislocation and Acetabular Fractures: Treatment by Mold Arthroplasty: An End-Result Study Using a New Method of Result Evaluation Paul A. 1 Author Harris WH A system for rating hip function is described, and this is compared with the Larson and Shephard methods of grading hip function.
1993;64:497–506. 5 % for implants inserted 1979–1983. The Charnley prosthesis was regarded as the gold standard and the other prostheses was analyzed against this. Improved cementation techniques and anti microbial measures have continued to reduce the revision rate. The register demonstrates that the average orthopaedic surgeon cannot match the results achieved by experts. However, the vast majority of THR, worldwide, are not performed by experts. 4 Abstract In 1979 the Swedish Orthopaedic Association began a national prospective, multi-center study of all reoperations after total hip replacement (THR).
J Arthroplasty. 1997;12: 639–45. 9. Terwee CB, Bot SDM, de Boer MR, et al. Quality criteria were proposed for measurement properties of health status questionnaires. J Clin Epidemiol. 2007;60:34–42. 10. Söderman P, Malchau H. Is the Harris hip score system useful to study the outcome of total hip replacement? Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2001;384:189–97. 11. Shi H-Y, Mau L-W, Chang J-K, et al. Responsiveness of the Harris Hip Score and the SF-36: five years after total hip arthroplasty. Qual Life Res.
Classic Papers in Orthopaedics by Paul A. Banaszkiewicz FRCS (Tr & Orth), MClin Ed, FAcad MEd, FHEA (auth.), Paul A. Banaszkiewicz, Deiary F. Kader (eds.)