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Minimally invasive Oxford phase 3 unicompartmental knee replacement: results of 1000 cases.
This prospective study describes the outcome of the first 1000 phase 3 Oxford medial unicompartmental knee replacements (UKRs) implanted using a minimally invasive surgical approach for theExpand
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Cementless Oxford unicompartmental knee replacement shows reduced radiolucency at one year.
We randomised 62 knees to receive either cemented or cementless versions of the Oxford unicompartmental knee replacement. The implants used in both arms of the study were similar, except that theExpand
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The clinical outcome of minimally invasive Phase 3 Oxford unicompartmental knee arthroplasty: a 15-year follow-up of 1000 UKAs.
There have been concerns about the long-term survival of unicompartmental knee arthroplasty (UKA). This prospective study reports the 15-year survival and ten-year functional outcome of a consecutiveExpand
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Unnecessary contraindications for mobile-bearing unicompartmental knee replacement.
The contraindications for unicompartmental knee replacement (UKR) remain controversial. The views of many surgeons are based on Kozinn and Scott's 1989 publication which stated that patients whoExpand
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Pre-operative clinical and radiological assessment of the patellofemoral joint in unicompartmental knee replacement and its influence on outcome.
Anterior knee pain and/or radiological evidence of degeneration of the patellofemoral joint are considered to be contraindications to unicompartmental knee replacement. The aim of this study was toExpand
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Improved fixation in cementless unicompartmental knee replacement: five-year results of a randomized controlled trial.
BACKGROUND When used for appropriate indications, unicompartmental knee replacement is associated with fewer complications, faster recovery, and better function than total knee replacement. However,Expand
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Does body mass index affect the outcome of unicompartmental knee replacement?
BACKGROUND Obesity is considered to be a contraindication for unicompartmental knee replacement (UKR). The aim was to study the impact of BMI on failure rate and clinical outcome of the Oxford mobileExpand
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Mobile bearing dislocation in lateral unicompartmental knee replacement.
Despite the theoretical advantages of mobile bearings for lateral unicompartmental replacement (UKR), the failure rate in the initial published series of lateral Oxford UKR's was unacceptably high.Expand
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Low Numeracy Is Associated With Increased Odds of 30-Day Emergency Department or Hospital Recidivism for Patients With Acute Heart Failure
Background— More than 25% of Medicare patients hospitalized for heart failure are readmitted within 30 days. The contributions of numeracy and health literacy to recidivism for patients with acuteExpand
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Anterior knee pain and evidence of osteoarthritis of the patellofemoral joint should not be considered contraindications to mobile‐bearing unicompartmental knee arthroplasty: A 15‐YEAR FOLLOW‐UP
Aims It is not clear whether anterior knee pain and osteoarthritis (OA) of the patellofemoral joint (PFJ) are contraindications to medial unicompartmental knee arthroplasty (UKA). Our aim was toExpand
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