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Stanmore total hip replacement in younger patients: review of a group of patients under 50 years of age at operation


, : Stanmore total hip replacement in younger patients: review of a group of patients under 50 years of age at operation. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. British Volume 79(2): 240-246

Fifty-seven Stanmore Total Hip replacements were implanted between 1974 and 1986 in patients under the age of 50 years. We have reviewed the results in terms of survivorship and function, and assessed the reasons for revision. Of the original 57, 22 (39%) have been revised at an average of 12 years from implantation, usually for aseptic loosening. Most of them had originally been implanted for osteoarthritis. Prostheses cemented with second-generation techniques have lasted significantly longer, and acetabular loosening emerged as a continuing problem. The overall survivorship was 90% at 10 years and 68% at 15 years. Cemented hip replacement appears to be a viable option in younger patients and the Stanmore implant is comparable with other cemented prostheses in this age group.

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