Posterior-Stabilized Constrained Total Knee Arthroplasty for Complex Primary Cases

Lombardi Jr., Adolph V.; Berend, Keith R.; Leith, Joseph R.; Mangino, Gerardo P.; Adams, Joanne B.
October 2007
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;Oct2007 Supplement 3, Vol. 89-A, p90
Academic Journal
The article reports on the study regarding the importance of posterior-stabilized constrained total knee arthroplasty for complex primary cases. The study revealed that the device utilized in the Maxim Posterior-Stabilized Constrained implant, as one of the three major categories of knee implant within the Maxim Complete Knee System. It also has modular design that allows incorporation of stems of varying degrees of width and length.


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