Mid-term outcomes following transfemoral revision of total hip arthroplasty for Vancouver B2/B3 periprosthetic fractures
MATERIALS AND METHODS
Good clinical and radiological outcomes and rather low complication and revision rates (18.8% and 13.8%) were achieved. FJS-12 showed excellent results in patients undergoing RTHA for Vancouver B2/B3 PFF using a cementless, dual modular titanium revision stem and an mETO approach. Joint awareness was thereby similar to previously reported primary THA results at 5.3 years follow-up.
|citation||Schöfl T, Calek A K, Zdravkovic V, Zurmuehle P, Ladurner A. Mid-term outcomes following transfemoral revision of total hip arthroplasty for Vancouver B2/B3 periprosthetic fractures. Injury 2021;.|
|type||journal paper/review (English)|
|date of publishing||17-11-2021|