Skip to main content

Advertisement

Table 1 Characteristics and survivorship of THA in patients 30 years or younger at time of operation with a mean follow-up of more than ten years in literature up to March 2011

From: Long-term results of cemented total hip arthroplasty in patients younger than 30 years and the outcome of subsequent revisions

Study No hips No patients Mean age in years (range) Mean follow-up in years (range) Survivorship/revised hips for all reasons
Cemented      
Cage et al. [4] 29 17* 18.4 (15–21) 10.6 (8–15) 1 revision at 11 yrs
Chmel et al. [7] 66 39 19.9 (11–29) 15.1 (11–22) 70% at 15 yrs (acetabular revision)
Sochart and Porter [8] 83 55 24.9 (17–29) 20 (5–30) 89% at 10 yrs ; 65% at 25 yrs
Torchia et al. [6] 63 50 17 (11–19) 12.6 (1.6-18.6) 27 revisions#
Witt et al. [3] 96 54 16.7 (11–27) 11.5 (5–18) 24 (25%) at average 9.5 years follow-up
Wroblewski et al. [18] 39 28 17.9 (12–19) 12.6 (2.3 – 29.0) for non-revision 16 revisions at mean 19.1 yrs (8–34)
(current study) 69 48 24.6 (16–29) 11.3 (2–23.4) 86% at 10 yrs; 75% at 15 yrs
Uncemented      
Wangen et al. [16] 49 44 25 (15–30) 13 (10–16) 24 revisions of acetabular component#
  1. *mixed group of patients with total hip and total knee prosthesis.
  2. #at mean follow-up.