No difference between anterior and posterior referencing in MIS TKA
Anterior referencing versus posterior referencing in total knee arthroplastyJ Knee Surg. 2014 Aug;27(4):303-8
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100 patients were randomly assigned to undergo total knee arthroplasty with either anterior referencing or posterior referencing techniques. This study aimed to compare the clinical (KSS, ROM, quadriceps muscle strength, and SF-12) and surgical outcomes (duration of surgery, estimated blood loss, length of incision, and length of stay) of both techniques at 2 years post-operative. Findings suggest...
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