Cementless hemispheric acetabular component in total hip replacement. International Orthopaedics SICOT 24, 130–133 (2000). https://doi.org/10.1007/s002640000131

Cementless hemispheric acetabular component in total hip replacement

Weber, D., Schaper, L., Pomeroy, D. et al.

A series of 198 total hip arthroplasties was performed using a porous-coated, hemispheric press-fit cup. One hundred and twenty-seven cups were available for clinical and radiological examination at mean follow-up of 10.6 years. The mean age at the index procedure was 61.2 years. The mean Harris hip score at final follow-up was 89.8. Three cups were revised for aseptic loosening and two liners were changed for eccentric wear and pelvic osteolysis. Nine additional patients showed mild or suspected osteolysis. Two cups were rated ”fibrous” stable. There was no correlation between additional screw fixation of the press-fit cup and osteolysis or revision.

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