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The PJI-TNM classification for periprosthetic joint infections

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Baertl, Susanne ; Rupp, Markus ; Kerschbaum, Maximilian ; Morgenstern, Mario ; Baumann, Florian ; Pfeifer, Christian ; Worlicek, Michael ; Popp, Daniel ; Amanatullah, Derek F. ; Alt, Volker
Date of publication of this fulltext: 19 Jan 2024 09:09


Aims This study aimed to evaluate the clinical application of the PJI-TNM classification for periprosthetic joint infection (PJI) by determining intraobserver and interobserver reliability. To facilitate its use in clinical practice, an educational app was subsequently developed and evaluated. Methods A total of ten orthopaedic surgeons classified 20 cases of PJI based on the PJI-TNM ...


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