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Treatment of knee traumatic arthritis with minimally invasive total knee arthroplasty

YANG Ao-fei,HE Cheng-jian,WANG Qing,et al.Hubei University of Traditional Chinese Medicine,Wuhan 430061,China  
Objective To observe the clinical efficacy of the minimally invasive total knee arthroplasty for patients with traumatic arthritis of the knee.Methods A total of 22 cases of traumatic arthritis of the knee were treated by minimally invasive total knee arthroplasty from April 2006 to March 2009.According to the KSS score,patients were followed up to observe the clinical efficacy.Results Twenty-two cases were followed up for 36 to 71 months(mean 48.6 months),and there were no surgical wound infection,knee prosthesis loosening,and subsidence-related complications.In the final follow-up,the knee score was 82 to 99 points,an average of 90 points and function scores ranged from 78 to 94 points,an average of 85 points,with 95°-130° of knee flexion,an average of 115°,and knee extension 0° to 5°,an average of 3°.Conclusion For patients with traumatic arthritis of the knee,minimally invasive total knee arthroplasty has a satisfactory clinical efficacy.
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