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The femoral head diameter was not correlated with the concentration of whole blood cobalt ([R.sup.2] = 0.004, p = 0.23) or chromium ([R.sup.2] = 0.001, p = 0.73).
The surgical variables in our study included analyses of femoral head diameter, as well as acetabular cup size, inclination, and abduction angles.
These various studies concluded that the limiting factor for range of motion is the ratio of the femoral head diameter to the femoral neck diameter, with the advantage going to the THA design when a femoral head of large diameter has been used.
The mean femoral head diameter for the hips that received a resurfacing device was 47 mm (range, 38 to 52 mm), and for the hips that received a THA, the diameter was 36 mm (range, 28 to 50 mm).