TITLE

Cemented Rotating-Platform Total Knee Replacement: A Concise Follow-up, at a Minimum of Twenty Years, of a Previous Report

AUTHOR(S)
Callaghan, John J.; Wells, Christopher W.; Liu, Steve S.; Goetz, Devon D.; Johnston, Richard C.
PUB. DATE
July 2010
SOURCE
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;Jul2010, Vol. 92-A Issue 7, p1635
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
We previously evaluated 119 consecutive total knee arthroplasties performed by a single surgeon in eighty-six patients with use of the cemented LCS (low contact stress) mobile-bearing, rotating-platform system and an all-polyethylene patellar component. The average age of the patients at the time of surgery was seventy years. The patients were contacted as part of their routine follow-up and were asked to participate in this study. The purpose of the present study was to report the updated results at a minimum follow-up of twenty years. Twenty patients (twenty-six knees) were living, and one was lost to follow-up. Three knees required a reoperation (two for periprosthetic fractures and one for infection). No component was revised as a part of the reoperations. No knee required revision since the fifteen-year follow-up evaluation. Osteolysis was present in six knees compared with only three knees at the time of the fifteen-year follow-up. One knee had radiographic signs of femoral component loosening, which was associated with osteolysis. It occurred after the fifteen-year follow-up study. The average range of motion was from 1° of extension to 105° of flexion. The average clinical and functional Knee Society scores were 43 and 49 points, respectively, at the preoperative evaluation and 89 and 67 points at the time of the final follow-up. We concluded that the cemented LCS rotating-platform knee performed well, with durable clinical and radiographic results at a minimum follow-up of twenty years. However, the prevalence of osteolysis continues to increase with a longer duration of follow-up in these patients.
ACCESSION #
51901661

 

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