Resection specimen analysis of proximal tibial anatomy based on 100 total knee arthroplasty specimens.

@article{Westrich1995ResectionSA,
  title={Resection specimen analysis of proximal tibial anatomy based on 100 total knee arthroplasty specimens.},
  author={Geoffrey H. Westrich and Steven B. Haas and John Nevil Insall and A Frachie},
  journal={The Journal of arthroplasty},
  year={1995},
  volume={10 1},
  pages={47-51}
}
Although it is known that there is some asymmetry of the tibial plateau, most total knee arthroplasty designs currently have a symmetric tibial component. Using resection specimen analysis of the tibial plateau from 100 total knee arthroplasty specimens, the authors have examined the tibial plateau to further delineate, quantitatively, the medial and lateral tibial configuration. Unmagnified radiographs of each of the specimens were produced. A line was drawn along the mediolateral axis. The… CONTINUE READING

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