The Importance of Bony Impingement in Restricting Flexion After Total Knee Arthroplasty: Computer Simulation Model With Clinical Correlation
Journal of Arthroplasty, 05/30/2012Mizuuchi H et al. –
The results indicate that the level of the distal femoral resection should be carefully planned and that exposed bone proximal to the tips of the posterior condyles of the femoral component should be removed if there is risk of impingement.
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