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Kinematic component alignment in total knee arthroplasty leads to better restoration of natural tibiofemoral kinematics compared to mechanic alignment

Maderbacher, Günther ; Keshmiri, Armin ; Krieg, Bernd ; Greimel, Felix ; Grifka, Joachim ; Baier, Clemens


PurposeKinematically aligned total knee arthroplasty is associated with superior pain relief, increased flexion and a more normal feeling knee. It was hypothesized that due to restoring the knee's natural anatomy, kinematically aligned knees show more physiological tibiofemoral kinematics than mechanically aligned knees.MethodsInvestigations were performed in nine healthy cadaveric knees of whole ...


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