AAOS2017: Congruent cruciate-substituting vs. posterior-stabilized implants in TKA
Five-year Prospective Randomized Study of Knee Arthroplasty: Cruciate-Substituting vs. Posterior-Stabilized
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116 patients scheduled for total knee arthroplasty were randomized to receive either a cruciate-substituting, highly congruent implant or a posterior-stabilized implant. Surgical data, such as tourniquet and blood loss, were recorded, and patients were followed up for 5 years for clinical and radiographic outcomes, as well as mechanical adverse events. No significant differences between groups wer...
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