Comparison of First- and Second-Generation Fixed-Bearing Total Ankle Arthroplasty Using a Modular Intramedullary Tibial Component

@article{Lewis2015ComparisonOF,
  title={Comparison of First- and Second-Generation Fixed-Bearing Total Ankle Arthroplasty Using a Modular Intramedullary Tibial Component},
  author={John S. Lewis and Cynthia L. Green and Samuel Bruce Adams and Mark E. Easley and James K Deorio and James A Nunley},
  journal={Foot & Ankle International},
  year={2015},
  volume={36},
  pages={881 - 890}
}
Background: This series reviews the clinical and radiographic outcomes of patients who underwent total ankle replacement (TAR) using first- and second-generations of a modern fixed-bearing prosthesis utilizing a modular intramedullary stem. Methods: A consecutive series of first- and second-generation primary TARs with modular intramedullary stems were identified. Clinical outcome data were collected prospectively—including visual analog scale for pain, American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society… CONTINUE READING

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