Long-term clinical results of the medial Oxford unicompartmental knee arthroplasty.
UNLABELLED: The medial Oxford unicompartmental knee arthroplasty uses a fully congruent mobile bearing, varying in thickness from 3.5-11.5 mm. Impressive clinical and survival results have been achieved by the designing surgeon, but can they be reproduced by an independent center and does the use of bearings less than 6 mm thick reduce the implant's survival? Between November 1983 and May 2000, 439 medial Oxford prostheses were implanted by three surgeons in Skovde, Sweden. One hundred fourt...Expand abstract
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