Ten-year survival of cemented total knee replacement in patients aged less than 55 years.

@article{Keenan2012TenyearSO,
  title={Ten-year survival of cemented total knee replacement in patients aged less than 55 years.},
  author={Andre C. M. Keenan and Alexander M. Wood and Calum Alexander Arthur and Paul J. Jenkins and Ivan J. Brenkel and Phil J. Walmsley},
  journal={The Journal of bone and joint surgery. British volume},
  year={2012},
  volume={94 7},
  pages={928-31}
}
We report the ten-year survival of a cemented total knee replacement (TKR) in patients aged < 55 years at the time of surgery, and compare the functional outcome with that of patients aged > 55 years. The data were collected prospectively and analysed using Kaplan-Meier survival statistics, with revision for any reason, or death, as the endpoint. A total of 203 patients aged < 55 years were identified. Four had moved out of the area and were excluded, leaving a total of 221 TKRs in 199 patients… CONTINUE READING

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