Patient-specific instrumentation TKA offers no advantage in gait or functional outcomes
No Benefit of Patient-specific Instrumentation in TKA on Functional and Gait Outcomes: A Randomized Clinical TrialClin Orthop Relat Res. 2014 Aug;472(8):2468-76
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40 patients suffering from severe knee arthritis were randomized to undergo unilateral primary total knee arthroplasty using either patient-specific or conventional instrumentation, with the purpose of comparing gait and functional outcomes between treatment groups. Results revealed patient-specific instrumentation does not offer a significant advantage over conventional instrumentation with respe...
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