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What is Osteoarthritis of the Knee?
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Why Receive A Repicci II Unicompartmental Implant?
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Unicompartmental Knee Surgery


Patients that exhibit osteoarthritis in one compartment may not need a total joint replacement to relieve pain and restore function of the knee. An alternative option is a unicompartmental implant. The Repicci II Unicondylar Program is designed to address these patients (Figure 3). This device is much smaller than a total knee implant and leaves the healthy tissues intact.

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Figure 3


Repicci II implants resurface one compartments of the knee. Note the size of the implants compared to a total knee.












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