Different outcomes after proximal femoral replacement in oncologic and failed revision arthroplasty patients - a retrospective cohort study
Andreas Toepfer, Veit Straßer, Andreas Ladurner, Anna-Katharina Calek, Primoz Potocnik & Ruediger Von Eisenhart-Rothe
PFR is a salvage procedure for restoration of mechanical integrity and limb preservation after extensive bone loss. Complications rates are considerably high. Functional outcomes and 10-year implant survival rate were worse in the RG compared to the TG. Strict indications and disease-specific patient education are essential in preoperative planning and prognosis.
|citation||Toepfer A, Straßer V, Ladurner A, Calek A K, Potocnik P, Von Eisenhart-Rothe R. Different outcomes after proximal femoral replacement in oncologic and failed revision arthroplasty patients - a retrospective cohort study. BMC Musculoskelet Disord 2021; 22:813.|
|type||journal paper/review (English)|
|date of publishing||22-09-2021|
|journal title||BMC Musculoskelet Disord (22/1)|