2014

Classic Papers in Orthopaedics

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ISBN: 978-1-4471-5450-1 (Print) 978-1-4471-5451-8 (Online)

Table of contents (159 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xx

  2. Main Introduction

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  3. Classic Papers in Hip Surgery: Introduction

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      Classic Papers in Hip Surgery: Introduction

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      Pages 13-17

      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

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      Functional Results of Hip Arthroplasty with Acrylic Prosthesis

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      Pages 23-26

      Clinical and Radiographic Evaluation of Total Hip Replacement. A Standard System of Terminology for Reporting Results

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      Pages 27-30

      Prognosis of Total Hip Replacement in Sweden: Follow-Up of 92,675 Operations Performed 1978–1990

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      Pages 31-34

      Improved Cementing Techniques and Femoral Component Loosening in Young Patients with Hip Arthroplasty: A 12-Year Radiographic Review

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      Pages 35-38

      “Modes of Failure” of Cemented Stem-Type Femoral Components: A Radiographic Analysis of Loosening

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      Pages 39-41

      Radiological Demarcation of Cemented Sockets in Total Hip Replacement

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      Pages 43-46

      Femoral Component Loosening Using Contemporary Techniques of Femoral Cement Fixation

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      Pages 47-49

      The Correlation Between the Roentgenographic Appearance and Operative Findings at the Bone-Cement Junction of the Socket in Charnley Low Friction Arthroplasties

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      Pages 51-55

      Porous-Coated Hip Replacement. The Factors Governing Bone Ingrowth, Stress Shielding, and Clinical Results

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      Pages 57-59

      Total Hip Arthroplasty. A Review of Three Hundred and Thirty Three Cases with Long Follow-Up

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      Pages 61-63

      Ten-Year Follow-Up Study of Total Hip Replacement

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      Pages 65-67

      A Ten-Year Follow-Up of One Hundred Consecutive Müller Curved-Stem Total Hip Replacement Arthroplasties

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      Pages 69-72

      Total Hip Replacement in Patients Younger Than Thirty Years Old: A Five-Year Follow-Up Study

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      Pages 73-75

      The Long Term Results of Low Friction Arthroplasty of the Hip Performed as a Primary Intervention

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      Pages 77-79

      Reactions of the Articular Capsule to Wear Products of Artificial Joint Prostheses

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      Pages 81-83

      The Initiation of Failure in Cemented Femoral Components of Hip Arthroplasties

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      Pages 85-87

      Periprosthetic Bone Loss in Total Hip Arthroplasty: Polyethylene Wear Debris and the Concept of the Effective Joint Space

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