Published in Hospital Business Week, December 23rd, 2007
"A total of 16 South Korean female patients (22 knees) after posteriorly stabilized (PS) TKA (LPS-Flex) were randomly recruited and had the same surgeon. The patients were imaged using a dual fluoroscopic technique while they kneeled from initial to maximum flexion. The acquired images and 3D models were then used to recreate the in vivo pose of the components. Contact was determined by locating the...
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