The Design and Biomechanics of a Sliding Meniscus Knee Prosthesis
A free compartment knee joint replacement is described in which a sliding member is situated between the femoral and tibial components. An analysis illustrates the stability of the assembly under prescribed loading conditions.
KeywordsTibial Plateau Contact Stress Total Knee Replacement Tibial Component Knee Prosthesis
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