Superior implant alignment with computer-assisted alignment in total knee replacement
Mini-incision versus mini-incision and computer-assisted surgery in total knee replacement: A radiological prospective randomised studyKnee. 2007 Dec;14(6):443-7. Epub 2007 Sep 19
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74 patients undergoing mini-invasive total knee replacement (TKR) were randomized to undergo one of two surgical procedures. The first group underwent surgery using a traditional alignment guide (MIS group) while the second group underwent surgery using a computer-assisted alignment system (MICA group). The primary outcomes were angles and implant orientation measured at 8 months post operatively....
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