Computer-assisted navigation in total knee replacement not better than conventional method
Alignment and orientation of the components in total knee replacement with and without navigation support: A PROSPECTIVE, RANDOMISED STUDYJ Bone Joint Surg Br. 2007 Apr;89(4):471-6
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100 patients underwent bilateral sequential total knee replacement surgery. The surgical procedure for the first knee used a CT-free computer-assisted navigation system and the second knee used a conventional no-navigation procedure. Outcomes of accuracy of orientation and alignment of the components were assessed. Results at the mean 2.6-year follow-up indicated that the computer-navigated TKR pr...
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