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INCIDENCE BY ROBERT
14 per cent
One reviewed replacement
a notable on.
3 per cent
that in only
about the hip of Ectopic-bone as judged
hundred of the
significantly with motion. of this study to present a system
the condition interfere It is the purpose total
did not seem to affect the functional result unless apparent bone ankylosis resulted.
in 5 per
by total hip arthroplasty had ectopic-bone when reviewed six months following
Ectopic-bone is seen
formation, however, Harris hip evaluation
Replacement OF CLASSIFICATION
a minimum of was performed
six months following utilizing the technique
of the hip by three
the operative and prosthesis
procedure. of McKee
Total hip and Farrar in
four cases, the technique of Charnley in twelve cases, and the technique of Muller in eighty-four cases. Each patient was graded on the Harris hip rating scale in the preoperative and postoperative period. Anteroposterior roentgenograms of the hips were reviewed preoperatively and a minimum of six months following the operative procedure to establish the presence and degree of ectopic-bone formation in the postoperative period. The degree of ectopic-bone formation was defined in accordance with the following grading system. roentgenograms Class
II: Bone between
were made a tube-to-plate the soft tissues
on review of supine anteroposterior distance of 101.6 centimeters. about
spurs from the pelvis or proximal opposing bone surfaces (Fig. 2).
All determinations of the hip taken with
surfaces bone Surgery.
to less than ankylosis The Johns
the hip (Fig.
end of the femur,
of the hip (Fig.
end of the femur,
Significant ectopic-bone formation reviewed at six months following as Class I in seven patients, Class The average preoperative score
was present in twenty-one of the 100 consecutive total hip arthroplasty. Ectopic-bone formation was II in five, Class III in seven, and Class IV in two. on the Harris hip evaluation form in these 100 with
of 32 and
9 to 74.
average score was 82 points,
in this group gain in these
was 53 points
on the hip evaluation form at least six months following with a median of 89 and a range of from 36 to 100. The
100 consecutive (Table
months after total hip arthroplasty. The average was 91 points, with a median of 93 and a range
postoperative score in this group of patients of from 78 to 100. The average gain from the
in this group
was 92 points,
an average gain Ectopic-bone postoperative
of 56 points formation
was 67 points
of 90 and a range
over the preoperative rated as Class
in this group
was 87 points,
81 to 100. This
in five patients.
of 86 and a range
of 52 points
or III does
of 36 and
had had previous
procedure femoral-head and
to a (three
hip arthroplasty was evenly distributed in Classes I, II, and III. Both patients with Class-IV ectopic-bone formation had had prior procedures (cup arthroplasty and McMurray osteotomy). This suggests two conclusions: first, that patients with previous procedures have a much femoral-head
higher incidence of ectopic ossification, prostheses, while they are more likely
hip replacement, do not necessarily No correlation can be noted
poor functional results. the type of total hip arthroplasty
the development of ectopic-bone formation, although using the McKee-Farrar and Charnley prostheses statement to be made on this point. VOL.
and second, that those patients to have ectopic ossification after
the number of procedures were too few to allow
with total and
performed a definitive
References I. 2.
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Hip after Dislocation and Acetabular a New Method of Result Evaluation. Mueller-Charnley