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Unicompartmental Knee Replacement References

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Lombardi, AV, Jr., Berend, KR, Adams, J. “Obesity, young age, patellofemoral disease and anterior knee pain: Identifying the unicondylar arthroplasty patient in the United States.” Orthopaedics May 2007; Vol. 30; #5 supp: 19-23.

Lombardi, AV, Jr., Berend, KR, Walter, CA, Aziz-Jacobo, J, and Cheney, NA. “Is recovery faster from a mobile-bearing unicompartmental than total knee arthroplasty?” Clinical Orthopaedics & Related Research, June 2009; Vol. 467: 1450-1457.

Lombardi, AV, Jr., Berend, KR, Tucker, TL. “The incidence and prevention of symptomatic thromboembolic disease following unicompartmental knee arthroplasty. A review of patients who underwent minimally invasive compartmental knee arthroplasty.” Orthopaedic 2007; Vol. 30; No. 5 supp: 46-48.

Lombardi, AV, Jr., Mallory, TH, Adams, JB, Groseth, KL. “Early failure of minimally invasive unicompartmental knee arthroplasty associated with obesity.” Clinical Orthopaedics & Related Research November 2005; 440: 60-66.

Lombardi, AV, Jr., Viacava, AJ, and Berend, KR. “Rapid recovery protocols and minimally invasive surgery help achieve high knee flexion.” Clinical Orthopaedics & Related Research November 2006; No. 452: 117-122.

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Pollock, Peter from the Knee Society/American Association of Hip & Knee Surgeons 2013 Specialty Day. “PFA: Has it improved?” AAOS Now June 2013: 8.

Pollock, Peter from the Knee Society/American Association of Hip & Knee Surgeons 2013 Specialty Day. “Lateral or medial UK- which is better? Similar data sets off opportunity for rough comparison.” AAOS Now June 2013: 9.

Price, AJ, O’Connor, JJ, Murray, DW, Dodd, CA, Goodfellow, JW. “A history of Oxford unicompartmental knee arthroplasty.” Orthopaedics May 2007; 30: 5 (supp): 7-10.

Price, AJ, Short, A, Kellet, C, Beard, D, Gill, H, Pandit, H, Dodd, CA, and Murray, DW. “A 10-year in vivo wear regimen of a fully congruent, mobile-bearing unicompartmental knee arthroplasty.” Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (BR) November 2005; 87 (11): 1493-7.

Psychoyos, V, Crawford, RW, O’Connor, JJ, and Murray, DW. “Wear on congruent meniscal bearings in unicompartmental knee arthroplasty: A retrieval study of 16 specimens.” Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (BR) 1998; 80-b: 876-82.

Rees, JL, Price, AJ, Lynskey, TG, Svard, UCG, Dodd, C.A.F., and Murray DW. “Medial unicompartmental arthroplasty after failed high tibial osteotomy.” Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (BR) 2001; 83-b: 1034-6.

Schat, KR, Evans, R, Newman, JA. “How much blood is really lost in total knee arthroplasty? Correct blood loss management should take hidden loss into account.” The Knee 2000; Vol. 7: 151-155.

Small, SR, Berend, ME, Ritter, MA, and Buckley, CA. “Bearing mobility affects tibial strain in mobile-bearing unicompartmental knee arthroplasty.” Surgical Technology International XIX: 185-190.

Squire, MW, Callaghan, JJ, Goetz, DD, Sullivan, PM, and Johnston, RC. “Unicompartmental knee replacement: A minimum 15-year follow-up study.” Clinical Orthopaedics & Related Research October 1999; No. 367: 31-72.

Stanton, T. “Study: Barb sutures show advantages in TKA; a multi-center randomized trial demonstrates shorter closure time, lower costs.” AAOS Now 2014 from the American Association of Hip & Knee Surgeons 2013 annual meeting.

Svard, UCG, and Price, HA. “Oxford medial unicompartmental knee arthroplasty survival analysis of an independent series.” Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (BR) 2001; 83-b: 191-194.

Weale, AE, Murray, DW, Crawford, R, Psychoyios, V, Bonomo, A, Howell, G, O’Connor, J, and Goodfellow, J.W. “Does arthritis progress in retained compartments after “Oxford” medial unicompartmental arthroplasty? A clinical and radiological study with a minimum 10-year follow up.” Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (BR) 1999; 81-b: 783-9.

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Willis-Owen, CA, Brust, K, Alsop, A, Miraldo, M, and Cobb, JP. “Unicondylar knee arthroplasty in the UK National Health Service: An analysis of candidacy, outcome into cost efficacy.” The Knee 2009; Vol. 16: 473-478.

-UKA rated better than TKA. Range of motion in UKA patients is better. By x-ray criteria 47% definitely were uni candidate, but overall 77% possible candidates.

Winder, RP, Severson, EP, Trousdale, RK, Pagnano, MW, Wood-Wentz, CM, and Sierra, RJ. “No difference in 90-day complications between bilateral unicompartmental and total knee arthroplasty.” Tha American Journal of Orthopaedics February 2012: e30-e33.

-This study compares 90-day complications in two small groups of patients- one undergoing simultaneous UKA vs. bilateral TKA. The bilateral UKA group had shorter operative, shorter length of stay, and a similar rate of complications, which was quite small.

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