Juvenile Arthritis Patients Report Favorable Subjective Outcomes of Hip Arthroplasty Despite Poor Standard Outcome Scores

Journal of Arthroplasty, 04/26/2012

Young adults with end–stage hip involvement and severe longstanding juvenile idiopathic arthritis expressed high satisfaction with total hip arthroplasty, which improved range of motion, pain, and stiffness, despite poor performance on widely used outcome measures.

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