Long-Term Clinical Results
Six different long-term studies carried out at Wrightington of the clinical results of the LFA operation are presented. The chapter is divided into three parts. This is to bring together the studies made on the prospective group of patients and distinguish these from studies on later groups.
KeywordsObesity Migration Arthritis Urea Osteoporosis
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