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Orthopédie Traumatologie

, Volume 3, Issue 2, pp 157–160 | Cite as

Résultats des prothèses tricompartimentales "Orthomet Plus" A propos de 50 cas avec un recul de 12 à 29 mois

  • A. Gueret
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Résumé

Entre mai 1989 et octobre 1990, 50 prothèses tricompartimentales “Orthomet Plus” ont été posées. L'analyse des résultats selon le score des 100 points de Hungerford montre que le score moyen pré-opératoire de 41,8 passe à 89,3 après l'intervention. Le score de la douleur coté sur 50 passe de 13,8 à 47,7. Les complications et les échecs particulièrement rares sont analysés. L'utilisation de plus en plus fréquente de la fixation sans ciment et du nouveau modèle Orthomet Axiom permettent d'espérer que les résultats et surtout la tenue à moyen et long terme de ces implants seront améliorés.

Mots clés

Sans ciment Genou Prothèse 

Tricompartimental prostheses "Orthomet Plus"

Abstract

Between May 89 and October 90, 50 “Orthomet Plus” Tricompartimental protheses were implanted. The analysis of the results according to the Hungerford score of 100 points shows that the average pre-operation score of 41,8 rises to 89,3 after the operation. The pain score, marked out of 50 goes from 13,8 to 47,7. The complications and failures both particularly rare, are analysed. The ever more frequent use of cementless fixation and the new “Orthomet Axiom” model, lets us hope that the results in general and the fixation in particular, in the middle and long term will be improved.

Key words

Cementless Knee Prosthesis 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. Gueret
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  1. 1.Clinique Saint-JeanEpinalFrance

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