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Zusammenfassung

Die heutige Knieendoprothetik hat sich zunächst aus den achsgekoppelten monoaxialen Scharnierprothesen der 1950er-Jahre (Walldius, Shiers) [23] und später den ungekoppelten mono axialen Prothesen (Geomedic, Polycentric) [3, 13] entwickelt. Der klinische Einsatz dieser Prothesen war jedoch aufgrund der Lockerungs- und Abriebproblematik stark eingeschränkt.

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