Timothy Wilton

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BACKGROUND Approximately 20% of patients are not satisfied with the outcome of total knee replacement, great volumes of which are carried out yearly. Physiotherapy is often provided by the NHS to address dysfunction following knee replacement; however the efficacy of this is unknown. Although clinically it is accepted that therapy is useful, provision of(More)
Reconstruction of the patella poses real problems for the revision TKR surgeon, particularly when the patella is absent, fractured or profoundly deficient. The trabecular metal patella was introduced in an attempt to address these issues. However the largest series of such cases published to date cast serious doubts on the validity of using Trabecular Metal(More)
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