FLEXION INSTABILITY: MIND THE GAP

@inproceedings{Vince2014FLEXIONIM,
  title={FLEXION INSTABILITY: MIND THE GAP},
  author={Kelly G. Vince},
  year={2014}
}
Flexion instability is a well-defined, though often difficult to diagnose, type of TKA instability. It may also complicate posterior stabilised arthroplasties. It is one of three modes of tibial-femoral instability along with: 1. Varus-valgus or coronal plane instability and 2. Instability in the plane of motion that results from either fixed flexion contracture and buckling or recurvatum and collapse. The issues for correction of coronal instability are generally alignment and either… CONTINUE READING

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