Inflammation related to synovectomy during total knee replacement
Inflammation related to synovectomy during total knee replacement in patients with primary osteoarthritis: A prospective, randomised studyJournal of Bone and Joint Surgery BR; 2011; 93;1065-1070
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67 patients undergoing unilateral total knee replacement (TKR) for osteoarthritis (OA) were randomized to receive treatment with synovectomy or without synovectomy. The results of the 26-week trial indicate that both groups displayed significant improvements in American Knee Society clinical scores and functional scores. Additionally, both groups displayed similar levels of serial inflammatory mar...
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