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Impact of Axial Component Alignment in Total Knee Arthroplasty on Lower Limb Rotational Alignment: An In Vitro Study

Keshmiri, Armin ; Grifka, Joachim ; Benditz, Achim ; Birkenbach, Anne-Maria ; Maderbacher, Hermann ; Springorum, Hans-Robert ; Baier, Clemens ; Maderbacher, Günther



Abstract

Correct rotational implant alignment is associated with increased postoperative function and implant survival in total knee arthroplasty (TKA). Due to conformity between tibial and femoral implants, particularly in full extension, we assumed a mutual interference of femoral and tibial component rotations. We, therefore, hypothesized that different rotational alignments of the tibial or femoral ...

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