Influence of component design on in vivo tibiofemoral contact patterns during kneeling after total knee arthroplasty: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Purpose Modern TKR prostheses are designed to restore healthy kinematics including high fexion. Kneeling is a demanding high-fexion activity. There have been many studies of kneeling kinematics using a plethora of implant designs but no comprehensive comparisons. Visualisation of contact patterns allows for quantifcation and comparison of knee kinematics. The aim of this systematic review was to determine whether there are any diferences in the kinematics of kneeling as a function of TKR...[Show more]
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