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O 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 monthspostop The results of the analysis of revisions depending on the age of the patients were divided into 3 age groups (patients < 50 years (n=62) , 51 to 65 years (n=215L > 65 years (n=197)). 5% (3 of 197) in the group of patients older than 65 years. Revision operations were performed after an average period of 57 months in the group of patients < 50 years, after an average period of 94 months in the group of the 51 to 65 years old , and after an average period of 72 months in the group of patients > 65 years.

A Kolb, (2002) Aluminiumoxidkeramik-PartikelrOckstande auf der Oberflochenrouhlqkeit von rauhgestrahlten Fernurschotien [Alumina ceramic residues on the surface of coarseblasted femoral shanks]. Univ. Wien 5. TW Bauer et 01 (1996) Abrasive Three Body Wear of Polyethylene Caused by broken Filament Cables of a total hip Prosthesis. Journ Bone Joint Surq. 1244-7 Long Term Clinical Experience with Ceramic Components 6. M Bohler et al. ( 2002)Adverse tissue reactions to w ear particles from Co-alloy articulations increased by alumnia blasting particle contamination from cementless Ti - blasted total hip implants.

MD, Scripps Clinic, LaJolla, CA Steven Copp, MD, Scripps Clinic, LaJolla, CA J. Wesley Mesko, MD, Ingham Medical Center, Lansing, MI Long Term Clinical Experience with Ceramic Components Results Obtained for 474 Cementless Hip Endoprostheses using Ceramic/Ceramic Components M. Bohler, R. Meizer and H. Plenk In this stud y the authors inve stigated the results of different designs of cementless THRs using ceramic/ceramic components. The authors analyzed the clinical results taking into account the age of the patients and of the type of implants used and also developed some ba sic considerations with regard to the interaction between AI20 3 ceramics and human tissue.

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