"Forgotten knee" after total knee replacement: A pragmatic study from a single-centre cohort.

Abstract

OBJECTIVES After total knee replacement (TKR), some patients find their operated knee totally natural and can be said to have "forgotten" it, while others, although satisfied with their results, remain conscious of their prosthesis. This is not well assessed on conventional end-points. Since 2001, we have studied the prevalence of "forgotten knee" (FK… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jbspin.2014.11.006

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