No additional benefit to using gender specific prosthesis in Total Knee Replacement
Comparison of a Standard and a Gender-Specific Posterior Cruciate-Substituting High-Flexion Knee Prosthesis: A Prospective, Randomized, Short-Term Outcome StudyJ Bone Joint Surg Am. 2010 Aug 18;92(10):1911-20.
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85 women scheduled for a simultaneous bilateral total knee arthroplasty were randomized to either a standard implant or a gender specific implant. Contrary to the rationale for the gender modifications of the implant, a standard prosthesis had a significantly better fit in the distal part of the femur than the gender-specific implant. There were no additional clinical benefits associated with the ...
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