Outcomes Following Hip Surgery
Published 2017 · Medicine
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Three independent variables: the patient, the surgeon/surgical procedure, and the outcome measure directly affect the outcome of hip surgery. This chapter clarifies each independent variable using an example form the literature. It then characterizes the hip outcomes and puts them in perspective. Future research needs are introduced.
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