What's New in Adult Reconstructive Knee Surgery

Deirmengian, Carl A.; Lonner, Jess H.
December 2009
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;Dec2009, Vol. 91-A Issue 12, p3008
Academic Journal
The article reviews several the articles related to adult knee reconstruction published in the 2008 issue including the success of a pay-for-performance in orthopaedic surgery, the three different unimcompartmental knee arthroplasty implants, and the use of anticoagulation in knee and hip arthroplasty.


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