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Mattia Loppini, Francesco Manlio Gambaro, Rob G H H Nelissen, and Guido Grappiolo

indications regarding the follow-up visits schedule after THA. Indeed, this heterogeneity in terms of timing, number and nature of the visits following the discharge from the hospital still nowadays is not aligned with clear, evidence-based indications ( 3

Ann Alriksson-Schmidt, Jonas Ranstam, Otto Robertsson, and Lars Lidgren

Helen Anwander, Philipp Vetter, Christophe Kurze, Chui J Farn, and Fabian G Krause

for the newly formed cartilage tissue ( 10 ); subsequently, we chose 2 years as minimum follow-up. Operative treatment included arthroscopic as well as open cartilage treatment. One rationale to exclude case series with less than ten patients and

Zeng Li, Shuai Xiang, Cuijiao Wu, Yingzhen Wang, and Xisheng Weng

group Control group Author Year Region Follow-up period (years) Patients (male/female) Hips ( n ) Age BMI Acetabular component Liner Femoral head Femoral component Patients (male/female) Hips ( n ) Age BMI

Bart A Swierstra and W Annefloor van Enst

prognostic factors for radiologically confirmed osteoarthritis. Other criteria for inclusion were a minimum mean follow-up of 1 year, osteoarthritis had to be radiologically confirmed and assessed by a systematic method, such as Van Dijk et al. or

Bart G. Pijls, Jennifer M. T. A. Meessen, Keith Tucker, Susanna Stea, Liza Steenbergen, Anne Marie Fenstad, Keijo Mäkelä, Ioan Cristian Stoica, Maxim Goncharov, Søren Overgaard, Jorge Arias de la Torre, Anne Lübbeke, Ola Rolfson, and Rob G. H. H. Nelissen

ganglia with associated higher mortality rates at long-term follow-up. However, there are others who refute this suggestion. 13 - 18 Acknowledging these findings, the MoM total hip arthroplasty (THA) and many resurfacing prostheses systems were

Christiaan P. van Lingen, Luigi M. Zagra, Harmen B. Ettema, and Cees C. Verheyen

implanted to date. MoM arthroplasties are among the least successful modern hip implants. 4 As a result of safety concerns, several health authorities, scientific organisations and research groups have published recommendations for their use and follow-up

Joost I.P. Willems, Jim Hoffmann, Inger N. Sierevelt, Michel P.J. van den Bekerom, Tjarco D.W. Alta, and Arthur van Noort

: Case series or comparative studies, both prospective and retrospective, (1) published in peer reviewed journals (2) reporting on outcomes of uncemented stemless hemi-, total or reverse shoulder arthroplasty (HA, TSA, RSA), (3) with a minimum follow-up

Huub H. de Klerk, Chantal L. Welsink, Anne J. Spaans, Lukas P. E. Verweij, and Michel P. J. van den Bekerom

English or Dutch, had at least 12 months of mean follow-up, and reported on a minimum of five patients. Studies had to contain at least one of the outcome parameters to be included. Reviews, expert opinions and surgical technique articles were excluded

Andrea Fidanza, Stefano Necozione, and Lorenzo Garagnani

procedure as safe and reliable ( 4 ). In 2017, Vanden Berge reviewed 6 studies involving a total of 135 patients treated with isolated PIN neurectomy and reported satisfactory results with few patients experiencing recurrent pain at long-term follow-up ( 5