Objective: The primary aim was to evaluate the long-term follow-up of Collum Femoris Preserving (CFP) stem, specifically focusing on stem survivorship, complications, as well as on clinical and radiological results. The secondary study objective is an age-based sub-analysis (<65 years vs. > 65 years) of long-term results. Materials and methods: We performed a retrospective analysis of patients who underwent CFP implantation between 1997 and 2009. A total of 311 patients (342 hips) were included with a mean follow-up of 15.8 +/- 2.2 (range 11-24) years. 2 age groups were analysed: Group-Y (age <65) and Group-E (age > 65). Group-Y included 182 hips (mean follow-up 16.3 +/- 4.2 years), whereas Group-E included 160 hips (mean follow-up 15.5 +/- 3.7 years). Clinical (HHS, OHS and VAS) and radiological data were obtained at final follow-up. Any complications, reoperations, prosthetic components revisions and stem revisions were analysed. Results: According to HSS score, 95% of patients reported excellent/good results (95.6% Group-Y vs. 94.4% Group-E) with an overall stem survival rate of 93.3% (94% Group-Y vs. 92.5% Group-E; p = 0.37). Overall, 87% of stem revisions were performed with primary stems. The rate of prosthetic components revision was 9.9 % (9.9% in Group-Y vs. 10% in Group-E; p = 1). The reoperation rate was 10.8% (11.5% in Group-Y vs. 10.0% in Group-E; p = 0.73). Conclusions: The CFP stem provides good clinical and radiological long-term results with low rate of complications in both young and elderly patients. No significant difference in stem revision and reoperation rates was observed between the 2 groups. Both in elderly and young patients, CFP stem allows revisions to be performed with primary stems.

A 24-year single-centre experience with Collum Femoris Preserving stem: clinical and radiological results in young and elderly population

Formica, Matteo;Mosconi, Lorenzo;Cavagnaro, Luca;Chiarlone, Francesco;Quarto, Emanuele;Lontaro-Baracchini, Maddalena;Zanirato, Andrea
2022

Abstract

Objective: The primary aim was to evaluate the long-term follow-up of Collum Femoris Preserving (CFP) stem, specifically focusing on stem survivorship, complications, as well as on clinical and radiological results. The secondary study objective is an age-based sub-analysis (<65 years vs. > 65 years) of long-term results. Materials and methods: We performed a retrospective analysis of patients who underwent CFP implantation between 1997 and 2009. A total of 311 patients (342 hips) were included with a mean follow-up of 15.8 +/- 2.2 (range 11-24) years. 2 age groups were analysed: Group-Y (age <65) and Group-E (age > 65). Group-Y included 182 hips (mean follow-up 16.3 +/- 4.2 years), whereas Group-E included 160 hips (mean follow-up 15.5 +/- 3.7 years). Clinical (HHS, OHS and VAS) and radiological data were obtained at final follow-up. Any complications, reoperations, prosthetic components revisions and stem revisions were analysed. Results: According to HSS score, 95% of patients reported excellent/good results (95.6% Group-Y vs. 94.4% Group-E) with an overall stem survival rate of 93.3% (94% Group-Y vs. 92.5% Group-E; p = 0.37). Overall, 87% of stem revisions were performed with primary stems. The rate of prosthetic components revision was 9.9 % (9.9% in Group-Y vs. 10% in Group-E; p = 1). The reoperation rate was 10.8% (11.5% in Group-Y vs. 10.0% in Group-E; p = 0.73). Conclusions: The CFP stem provides good clinical and radiological long-term results with low rate of complications in both young and elderly patients. No significant difference in stem revision and reoperation rates was observed between the 2 groups. Both in elderly and young patients, CFP stem allows revisions to be performed with primary stems.
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