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Table 1 The results of total joint arthroplasty in patients with osteopetrosis

From: Total Hip and Knee arthroplasty in a patient with osteopetrosis: a case report and review of the literature

Authors Age Gender Surgical treatment Complications Follow-up period
Janecki [6] 44 Male Left cemented THA Fracture of lesser trochanter 6 months
Cameron [7] 40 Female Bilateral cemented THA None 4 years
Casden [8] 50 Female Left cemented TKA None 2 years
Ashby [9] 69 Female Right cemented THA None Lost follow-up
Ashby [9] 49 Female Bilateral cemented THA Dislocation of one hip 5 years
Matsuno [10] 16 Female Bilateral hybrid THA None 6 years
Matsuno [10] 50 Male Left hybrid THA None 1 year
Egawa [11] 48 Male Bilateral hybrid THA None 10 months
Strickland [12] 45 Female Left THA None 3.5 years
Strickland [12] 47 Male Right THA None 4 years
Strickland [12] 41 Female Left THA A partial sciatic nerve palsy with foot drop Lost follow-up
Strickland [12] 68 Female Left TKA None 20 years
Strickland [12] 42 Female Right TKA None 2 years
Girard [13] 34 Female Left hip resurfacing none One year
Ramiah [14] 38 Male Left THA None None
Wang [15] 35 Male Bilateral metal-on-metal hybrid hip resurfacing None 25 months
Wang [16] 22 Female Right THA None 10 years
Manzi [17] 36 Female Left THA None 2 years
Mayer [18] 58 Male Right TKA Medial condyle fracture 6 months
Van Hove [19] 41 Female Right TKA and Right hip resection arthroplasty Iatrogenic fracture 1 year