1] HBL is defined as the volume of blood that diffuses into tissue spaces and the articular cavity after TKA
and contributes to 66% of the TBL.
Using a US insurance database, the researchers identified two groups of patients who had a TKA
procedure between 2007 and 2015.
An 81-year-old woman presented with symptomatic osteoarthritis of the left knee underwent cemented TKA
6 years ago.
Methods: Eight consecutive patients received the CR TKA
in which the entire PCL was subperiostealy released at its femoral insertion.
Wound healing following TKA
is very much essential for the survival of the implant in the given bone cut, failure of which will hamper the better functional outcomes.
Biopsychosocial effects of TKA
on patients might be long-term and varied (Kennedy, 2010).
During the first year of the study, 230 TKA
surgeries were performed; 132(57%) obese and 98(43%) non-obese.
One study investigated the effect of LIA by placement of a bilateral TKA
12] To the best of our knowledge, as shown in the Turkish literature, there has been only one study examining quality of life (QoL) after total hip arthroplasty (THA),  and no studies evaluating function and QoL after TKA
With the exception of TKA
and hip replacements, "these procedures are not indicated to relieve pain and are not thought to place patients at risk for long-term pain.
The purpose of this case report was to describe a case of persistent posterolateral instability after several revision TKA
surgeries, including revision to a condylar constrained design, satisfactorily corrected with soft-tissue reconstruction alone (fibular-based PLC reconstruction using a tibialis tendon allograft) without further prosthesis revision.
Prior to joining TKA
, Frankel served for over 12 years as president of Madacy Entertainment, an independent record label, and as CEO of Countdown Media, a music licensing company.