Courses of change in knee adduction moment and lateral thrust differ up to 1 year after TKA

@article{Shimada2015CoursesOC,
  title={Courses of change in knee adduction moment and lateral thrust differ up to 1 year after TKA},
  author={Noboru Shimada and Masataka Deie and Kazuhiko Hirata and Yasuhiko Hiate and Naoya Orita and Daisuke Iwaki and Yoshihiro Ito and Hiroaki Kimura and Evangelos Pappas and Mitsuo Ochi},
  journal={Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy},
  year={2015},
  volume={24},
  pages={2506-2511}
}
In total knee arthroplasty (TKA), dynamic knee loading may loosen the artificial joint and bone or cause polyethylene wear after prolonged use. TKA decreases knee adduction moment at 6 months, but this effect is lost by 1 year post-operatively. However, lateral thrust after TKA has not been clarified. We hypothesized that like knee adduction moment, lateral thrust would return to baseline levels by 1 year post-operatively. Participants were 15 patients who underwent TKA for medial knee OA… CONTINUE READING

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