Five year results of selective patellar resurfacing in cruciate sparing total knee replacements.

@article{Misra2003FiveYR,
  title={Five year results of selective patellar resurfacing in cruciate sparing total knee replacements.},
  author={Amit Misra and R. Blair Smith and Nicholas J Fiddian},
  journal={The Knee},
  year={2003},
  volume={10 2},
  pages={199-203}
}
We performed a prospective study on 129 knees with a selective approach to patellar resurfacing. One hundred and five knees were followed up at an average of 57 months. Of these, 48 knees met the eligibility criteria, thus leaving 57 knees with unresurfaced patellas. Mean follow up was 57 months. Parameters studied included HSS scores, pain, function, range of motion and patellofemoral symptoms including the ability to rise from a chair and to negotiate stairs. Approximately 90% good to… CONTINUE READING

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