Tibial base design and patient morphology affecting tibial coverage and rotational alignment after total knee arthroplasty

@inproceedings{Clary2014TibialBD,
  title={Tibial base design and patient morphology affecting tibial coverage and rotational alignment after total knee arthroplasty},
  author={Chadd W Clary and Luke J Aram and Daren L Deffenbaugh and Mark Heldreth},
  booktitle={Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy},
  year={2014}
}
To understand interactions between total knee arthroplasty tibial base design attributes, variations in tibial morphology, and the resulting tibial coverage and rotational alignment. Tibial anthropometric measurements, including aspect ratio (medial–lateral width/anterior–posterior length) and tibial asymmetry, were taken for 14,791 total knee arthroplasty patients and compared with the ability of four different commercial tibial base designs to cover the resected plateau. The anthropometric… CONTINUE READING

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