A cemented joint prosthesis uses fast-drying bone cement to help affix it to the bone. A cementless joint prosthesis, sometimes called a press-fit prosthesis, is specially textured to allow the bone to grow onto it and adhere to it over time.
• Pain in the hip joint (usually felt in the groin area)
• Referred pain to the thigh and knee.
• Reduced range of motion.
• Muscle stiffness.
• Pain when trying to put weight through the leg on the affected side.
• Rheumatoid arthritis.
• Ankylosing spondylitis.
• Bone fracture.
• Developmental dysplasia of the hip.
• Perthes' disease.
• Slipped capital femoral epiphysis.
• Irritable hip syndrome.
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