Who''s Afraid of EU Enlargement

@inproceedings{Traser2005WhosAO,
  title={Who''s Afraid of EU Enlargement},
  author={J. Traser},
  year={2005}
}
A knee joint prosthesis of the type described in U.S. Pat. No. 3,868,730 has a pair of inwardly sloped radially merging extensions of its condyle runners forming a patella-guiding trough above and between the runners. The extensions merge smoothly into each other at an angle of about 150 DEG . The center of curvature of the base of the trough is about 1.25 inches about a center located a little behind and somewhat above the center of movement of the femoral component. The extension narrows… CONTINUE READING