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What is Osteoarthritis of the Knee?
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How Long Might A Unicompartmental Implant Last?
Why Receive A Repicci II Unicompartmental Implant?
Who Can Benefit From Repicci II Unicondylar Reconstruction?
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The History of Unicompartmental Knee Replacements


The first unicondylar knee replacements date back to the early 1970's and like early total knee replacements, showed mixed success. *1 But over the last 25 years, implant design, instrumentation, and surgical technique have improved, making unicompartmental knee replacement a successful treatment of unicompartmental osteoarthritis.





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