Surgeon's Preference in Total Knee Replacement: A Quantitative Examination of Attributes, Reasons for Alteration, and Barriers to Change.

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BACKGROUND The reasons why surgeons prefer a particular total knee replacement (TKR) to other viable options with lower cost or lower revision risk remain uncertain. This study examined the concept of surgeon's preference in TKR; including the self-assigned utility of their preferred prosthesis, reasons to alter usual preference and barriers to permanently… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.arth.2017.04.035

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@article{Vertullo2017SurgeonsPI, title={Surgeon's Preference in Total Knee Replacement: A Quantitative Examination of Attributes, Reasons for Alteration, and Barriers to Change.}, author={Christopher John Vertullo and Peter M Grimbeek and Stephen E. Graves and Peter L Lewis}, journal={The Journal of arthroplasty}, year={2017}, volume={32 10}, pages={2980-2989} }