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Cip, J; Widemschek, M; Bach, C; Ruckenstuhl, P; Benesch, T; Studer, K; Martin, A.
Encouraging treatment algorithm for computer-assisted navigated total knee arthroplasty (TKA): A retrospective cohort analysis.
J Orthop. 2017; 14(3):377-383 [OPEN ACCESS]
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Authors Med Uni Graz:
Cip Johannes
Ruckenstuhl Paul
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Abstract:
Navigated computer-assisted total knee arthroplasty (TKA) shows inconclusive mid- to long-term outcome results and is limited by increased costs, surgery-time and an additional learning curve. We introduced a treatment algorithm preserving computer-assisted TKA for patients with adipositas-per-magna, posttraumatic leg-deformities, osteosynthetic material in-situ or reduced preoperative X-ray quality. 237 primary unilateral TKA were allocated based on the treatment concept described above. A retrospective pre- and postoperative radiological analysis was performed. 222 TKA (93.7%) were within 3° varus/valgus of mechanical-lower-limb axis (mean absolute deviation: 1.8° ± 1.3°). This algorithm showed an excellent postoperative implantation-accuracy based on an accurate preoperative surgery-planning.

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