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Spinal fusion achieves similar two-year improvement in HRQoL as total hip and total knee replacement. A prospective, multicentric and observational study.

著者 Cervera Irimia J , Tomé-Bermejo F , Piñera-Parrilla AR , Benito Gallo M , Bisaccia M , Fernández-González M , Villar-Pérez J , Fernández-Carreira JM , Orovio de Elizaga J , Areta-Jiménez FJ , Álvarez Galovich L , Rollo G , Caruso L , Meccariello L
SICOT J.2019 ; 5():26.
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Total hip and knee arthroplasty (THA/TKA) are surgical procedures with proven benefits. Although the literature reports outcomes of fusion of the lumbar spine comparable to those of THA/TKA in general health-related quality-of-life (HRQoL) questionnaires, functional assessment is nevertheless needed for these results to be of use in clinical practice and management. Aim of our study was to prove that lumbar spinal fusion has similar if not better outcomes than THA/TKA using intervention-specific HRQoL questionnaires and functional assessment questionnaires.
PMID: 31359861 [PubMed]
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