Fracture of the cemented femoral component following hemiart
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Introduction: Fracture of the femoral stem following hip arthroplasty has become very rare since the developments in modern prosthetic designs. Prevention by identifying the risk factors is the best way to overcome these complex problems, as treatment is difficult.

Case Report:
Femoral component fracture after cemented hemiarthroplasty in a physically active 64- year-old, male patient is reported in this present article.
Conclusion: The present case emphasizes the importance of preserving the joint after hip fracture and avoidance of using monoblock prosthesis in younger patients.If the patient is physically active, he/she should be advised to limit her/his daily activities to moderate intensity after hemiarthroplasty surgery...

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