COA: Cementless femoral components result in higher femoral neck BMD
Bone Mineral Density Study of the Femoral Neck after MOM Hip Resurfacing: A Randomized Clinical Trial of Cemented vs. Cementless Femoral Component Fixation
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120 patients requiring metal on metal hip resurfacing were randomized to receive a cemented femoral component or a cementless femoral component in order to determine the effect cement on femoral neck bone mineral density. The results of the study indicate that both cemented and cementless femoral components result in increased bone mineral density over the 1 year follow-up period. Compared with a ...
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