No benefit of PSI over conventional instrumentation in total knee arthroplasty
Patient-specific instrumentation does not improve accuracy in total knee arthroplastyOrthopedics. 2015 Mar 1;38(3):e178-88
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Fourteen studies (7 randomized controlled trials and 7 non-randomized controlled trials) were included in this meta-analysis and systematic review examining the use of patient specific instrumentation in total knee arthroplasty. Studies were selected if they compared outcomes - including the incidence of outliers (>3 degree deviation from planned alignment), operative time, blood loss, and length ...
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