The Rates of Osteolysis and Loosening Associated with a Modular Posterior Stabilized Knee Replacement: Results at Five to Fourteen Years

  • Lachiewicz P
  • Soileau E
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Osteolysis and increased polyethylene wear have been reported in association with several designs of modular total knee prostheses. The purpose of the present study was to evaluate a modular posterior stabilized prosthesis to determine its clinical performance as well as the rates of component loosening and osteolysis.

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  • Paul F. Lachiewicz

  • Elizabeth S. Soileau

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