No significant differences in results between high-flexion and standard PS TKA
Standard versus high-flexion posterior stabilized total knee prosthesesOrthopedics. 2015 Mar 1;38(3):e206-12
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Eight randomized controlled trials were included in this meta-analysis evaluating the effects of high-flexion posterior-stabilized (PS) total knee prostheses. Studies which compared high-flexion PS knee prostheses to standard PS knee prostheses were included. Outcomes analyzed included knee range of motion, flexion angle, clinical outcome scores, and complications. The meta-analysis demonstrated n...
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