Minimising tibial fracture after unicompartmental knee replacement: A probabilistic finite element study.

Minimising tibial fracture after unicompartmental knee replacement: A probabilistic finite... Periprosthetic tibial fracture after unicompartmental knee replacement is a challenging post-operative complication. Patients have an increased risk of mortality after fracture, the majority undergo further surgery, and the revision operations are less successful. Inappropriate surgical technique increases the risk of fracture, but it is unclear which technical aspects of the surgery are most problematic and no research has been performed on how surgical factors interact. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Clinical biomechanics (Bristol, Avon) Pubmed

Minimising tibial fracture after unicompartmental knee replacement: A probabilistic finite element study.

Clinical biomechanics (Bristol, Avon), Volume 73: 9 – Feb 18, 2020
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Minimising tibial fracture after unicompartmental knee replacement: A probabilistic finite element study.

Clinical biomechanics (Bristol, Avon), Volume 73: 9 – Feb 18, 2020

Abstract

Periprosthetic tibial fracture after unicompartmental knee replacement is a challenging post-operative complication. Patients have an increased risk of mortality after fracture, the majority undergo further surgery, and the revision operations are less successful. Inappropriate surgical technique increases the risk of fracture, but it is unclear which technical aspects of the surgery are most problematic and no research has been performed on how surgical factors interact.
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DOI
10.1016/j.clinbiomech.2019.12.014
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31935599

Abstract

Periprosthetic tibial fracture after unicompartmental knee replacement is a challenging post-operative complication. Patients have an increased risk of mortality after fracture, the majority undergo further surgery, and the revision operations are less successful. Inappropriate surgical technique increases the risk of fracture, but it is unclear which technical aspects of the surgery are most problematic and no research has been performed on how surgical factors interact.

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Clinical biomechanics (Bristol, Avon)Pubmed

Published: Feb 18, 2020

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