EFORT: Patient specific instrumentation for TKA vs. standard instrumentation
Alignment Of Patient Specific Instrumented Total Knee Replacement Is No Better Than Conventional Instrumented - A Prospective Randomised Clinical Trial
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64 Patients undergoing total knee arthroplasty were randomized to evaluate the efficacy of patient specific instrumentation (PIS) against the conventional approach. Patients were monitored over 1 year and were evaluated based on alignment (Perth CT protocol), and intraoperative and functional outcomes. The evidence from this presentation revealed no associated benefits in alignment, functional out...
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