Comparison of metal-backed and all-polyethylene tibial components in cruciate condylar total knee arthroplasty.


An evaluation of 78 knees in 63 patients using the cruciate-sparing total condylar prosthesis was performed. At a mean of 10 years following the arthroplasty there were 86% good or excellent results in knees with an all-polyethylene tibial component compared to 95% with a metal-backed tibial component (NS). Survivorship at 10 years using an endpoint of… (More)


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