Quadriceps sparing total knee replacement. The initial experience with results at two to four years.

@article{Chen2006QuadricepsST,
  title={Quadriceps sparing total knee replacement. The initial experience with results at two to four years.},
  author={Andrea F Chen and Rodney K Alan and Daniel E Redziniak and Alfred J. Tria},
  journal={The Journal of bone and joint surgery. British volume},
  year={2006},
  volume={88 11},
  pages={1448-53}
}
The aim of this study was to compare the results in patients having a quadriceps sparing total knee replacement (TKR) with those undergoing a standard TKR at a minimum follow-up of two years. All patients who had a TKR with a high-flex posterior-stabilised prosthesis prior to December 2002 were reviewed retrospectively. There were 57 patients available for follow-up. Those with a quadriceps sparing TKR had less pain peri-operatively with a greater degree of flexion at all the post-operative… CONTINUE READING

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