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Page: Adult Reconstruction - Unicompartmental Knee Arthritis
{use-layout:ORTHOSEC} Subspecialty Theme of the Month, October 2011 Total knee arthroplasty is considered to be the gold standard for tricompartmental knee arthritis. By contrast, unicompartmental kne…
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Page: Allograft Reconstruction of Extensor Mechanism Disruption after TKA
Indications Extensor mechanism disruption is a rare but devastating complication following total knee replacement. The reported prevalence range from 0.1% for quadriceps tendon rupture to 0.17% to 1.4…
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Page: Alternate Bearing Surfaces May Further Reduce Wear in TKA

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Page: Anterior drawer test of the knee

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Page: Antifibrinolytics in Total Knee Arthroplasty
Introduction In a number of clinical trials, antifibrinolytic drugs used perioperatively have been shown to reduce blood loss and transfusion rates in a variety of surgical subspecialties. (5-18). Bac…
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Page: Arthrocentesis
Arthrocentesis is the clinical procedure of using a syringe to collect synovial fluid from a joint capsule, also known as joint aspiration. Arthrocentesis is used in the diagnosis of gout, arthritis, …
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Page: Arthroscopic Lateral Release of the Knee
Indications Patellofemoral pain is one of the more common complaints of young, active adolescents and adults. It can be a challenge for the orthopaedic surgeon to delineate the etiology of a patient’s…
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Page: Arthroscopic Procedures May Be Temporizing

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Page: Articular capsule of the knee joint
The articular capsule of the knee joint (commonly referred to as capsular ligament) is wide and lax and thin in front and at the side; it contains the patella, ligaments, menisci, and bursae of the kn…
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Page: Assessing Polyethylene Wear and Osteolysis in TKA

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