AAOS 2015: Comparison of custom cutting blocks and conventional instrumentation in TKA
A randomized controlled trial of customized cutting block compared with conventional instrumentation in TKA
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108 scheduled for total knee arthroplasty were randomized to undergo the surgery with either the use of custom cutting blocks (Visionaire; Smith & Nephew) or conventional instrumentation. The purposed of this study was to compare alignment, operative time, hemodynamic, and functional outcomes between groups. No significant differences between groups were observed for alignment, hemodynamic or func...
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