Multilevel Modeling of Resection Accuracy: Insights from 10,144 Clinical Cases using A Contemporary Computer-Assisted Total Knee Arthroplasty System (Abridged Version)

As a successful treatment for advanced inflammatory and degenerative knee arthritis, total knee arthroplasty (TKA) is projected to expand by 600% to more than three million cases annually by 2030. Associated with the exponential growth, an expected increase of revision TKA cases can be a substantial financial burden to both patients and society. Inaccurate surgical resections and the resultant malalignment are among the most common reasons for TKA failure.

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Reflections on a 10-year Collaboration

Joseph Zuckerman, MD NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases When I was approached by Exactech in 2003 to get involved in the development of the Equinoxe® shoulder arthroplasty system, little did…
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Shoulder Arthroplasty: The Next 10 Years

Moby Parsons, MD Seacoast Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Arthroplasty remains an incredible intervention for patients with degenerative joint and tendon disease for which there is yet no biological solution. Although…
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