Comparison of posterior‐stabilized, cruciate‐retaining, and medial‐stabilized knee implant motion during gait

  title={Comparison of posterior‐stabilized, cruciate‐retaining, and medial‐stabilized knee implant motion during gait},
  author={H. Gray and S. Guan and Tony J Young and M. Dowsey and P. Choong and M. Pandy},
  journal={Journal of Orthopaedic Research®},
  pages={1753 - 1768}
  • H. Gray, S. Guan, +3 authors M. Pandy
  • Published 2020
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Orthopaedic Research®
  • Accurate knowledge of knee joint motion is needed to evaluate the effects of implant design on functional performance and component wear. We conducted a randomized controlled trial to measure and compare 6‐degree‐of‐freedom (6‐DOF) kinematics and femoral condylar motion of posterior‐stabilized (PS), cruciate‐retaining (CR), and medial‐stabilized (MS) knee implant designs for one cycle of walking. A mobile biplane X‐ray imaging system was used to accurately measure 6‐DOF tibiofemoral motion as… CONTINUE READING
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