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Implantatversagen bei kondylären Knieendoprothesen

  • R. K. Miehlke
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Zusammenfassung

Der künstliche Ersatz des Kniegelenks mit trikompartimentären Endoprothesen ist im Hinblick auf Funktionserhaltung und Schmerzbefreiung wie auch auf die Korrekturmöglichkeiten von Deformitäten heute insgesamt als ausgesprochen zufriedenstellend einzustufen. Langfristige klinische Beobachtungen mit zementierten totalen Knieendoprothesen belegen dies nachdrücklich. Abhängig von den vorausgesetzten Kriterien und dem Endpunkt werden in zahlreichen Studien Überlebensraten oberflächenersetzender Knieendoprothesen für Zeiträume zwischen 10 und 15 Jahren in einem Bereich zwischen 90 und 99% angegeben [16, 24, 39–41, 44, 45, 53, 55, 61].

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