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Letter to the Editor: Loss in mechanical contact of cementless acetabular prostheses due to postoperative weight bearing: a biomechanical model

Paul, J.P. (2008) Letter to the Editor: Loss in mechanical contact of cementless acetabular prostheses due to postoperative weight bearing: a biomechanical model. Medical Physics, 30 (5). p. 669. ISSN 0094-2405

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Abstract

This paper comments on the paper by C.N. Bellini et al. 'Loss in mechanical contact of cementless acetabular prostheses due to postoperative weight bearing: A biomechanical model' [Med. Eng. Phys. 29(2) (2007) 175-181].