MRI- and CT-templated Patient-Specific Instruments compared to conventional instruments
Small Improvements in Mechanical Axis Alignment Achieved With MRI versus CT-based Patient-specific Instruments in TKA: A Randomized Clinical TrialClin Orthop Relat Res. 2014 Oct;472(10):2913-22
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90 patients diagnosed with primary osteoarthritis were randomly assigned to undergo total knee arthroplasty using either conventional instrumentation, MRI-based patient-specific instrumentation, or CT-based patient-specific instrumentation. Patients were assessed after surgery for coronal alignment (mechanical axis, femoral component, and tibial component), sagittal alignment (posterior slope), an...
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