Knee and Ankle Arthroplasty in Hemophilia
AbstractToday, major surgical procedures can be safely performed in hemophilic patients with chronic arthropathy, using available factor concentrates. In this setting, total knee replacement is considered the “gold standard”, while the use of total ankle replacement is still debated. Indeed, the unsatisfactory results obtained with the previous available design of implants did not raise enthusiasm as knee or hip replacement. Recently, the introduction of new implant designs and better reported outcomes have renewed the interest in total ankle replacement in people with hemophilia. In this review, the role of replacement surgery in the treatment of chronic hemophilic arthropathy will be described. View Full-Text
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Solimeno, L.P.; Pasta, G. Knee and Ankle Arthroplasty in Hemophilia. J. Clin. Med. 2017, 6, 107.
Solimeno LP, Pasta G. Knee and Ankle Arthroplasty in Hemophilia. Journal of Clinical Medicine. 2017; 6(11):107.Chicago/Turabian Style
Solimeno, Luigi P.; Pasta, Gianluigi. 2017. "Knee and Ankle Arthroplasty in Hemophilia." J. Clin. Med. 6, no. 11: 107.
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