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  • F. F. Buechel
  • J. B. Stiehl
  • R. B. Sorrels
  • R. Windhager
  • Ch. Aigner
  • P. A. Keblish
  • T. K. Drobny
  • U. K. Munzinger
  • D. E. Beverland
  • J. G. Boldt
  • P. Thuemler
  • D. Beverland
  • P. K. Chiu
  • K. J. Hamelynck

Abstract

Total knee arthroplasty represents a major advance in the management of severe, crippling arthritis of any kind. Both cemented and non-cemented implants have been developed in the New Jersey Low-Contact-Stress (LCS) Knee System of components [5,8].

Keywords

Total Knee Arthroplasty Femoral Component Tibial Component High Tibial Osteotomy Rotational Alignment 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • F. F. Buechel
  • J. B. Stiehl
  • R. B. Sorrels
  • R. Windhager
  • Ch. Aigner
  • P. A. Keblish
  • T. K. Drobny
  • U. K. Munzinger
  • D. E. Beverland
  • J. G. Boldt
  • P. Thuemler
  • D. Beverland
  • P. K. Chiu
  • K. J. Hamelynck

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