Debbie Rimmington

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A number of navigation systems used for total knee replacement surgery currently require the insertion of a distal femoral reference sensor pin, which is placed anterior to posterior just superior to the level of the knee joint. There is potential for the posterior neurovascular bundle to be damaged during the insertion of this sensor device. The aim of(More)
The primary aim of computer-assisted knee arthroplasty is to improve the alignment of the implanted prostheses. Accurate component alignment is dependent on the establishment of accurate anatomical reference points. Current techniques for establishing the center of the ankle joint, especially in the coronal plane, rely solely on clinical judgment in(More)
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