Randomized trial of computer-assisted knee arthroplasty: impact on clinical and radiographic outcomes.

@article{Hiscox2011RandomizedTO,
  title={Randomized trial of computer-assisted knee arthroplasty: impact on clinical and radiographic outcomes.},
  author={Christina M Hiscox and Eric R. Bohm and Thomas Turgeon and David R Hedden and Colin D C Burnell},
  journal={The Journal of arthroplasty},
  year={2011},
  volume={26 8},
  pages={1259-64}
}
Computer-assisted surgery in knee arthroplasty is gaining popularity; however, the resulting outcome improvement is controversial. A double-blinded trial was performed with subjects randomized to undergo surgery with either computer-assisted or nonassisted instruments. Postoperatively, limb and implant alignment and rotation were assessed using both full-length radiographs and computed tomography in addition to clinical scores. One hundred twenty patients (141 knees) were randomized. No… CONTINUE READING
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