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The Unhappy TKR Patient Whose X-Ray Looks Fine: Can We Predict, Prevent and Treat

Myles R. J. Coolican, FRACS, AUSTRALIA George Macheras, MD, PhD, GREECE Willem M. van der Merwe, MBChB, FCS(SA)Ortho, SOUTH AFRICA Susanne Fuchs-Winkelmann, MD, Assoc. Prof, GERMANY Francesco M. Benazzo, MD, Prof., ITALY

Symposium   2015   group rating (4)

 

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Sports Medicine

Despite the success of TKR there is still a number of patients who are unsatisfied with their outcome. In some of these patients a specific reason can be diagnosed and treated, but in many others the reason is unclear and all investigations are negative. The goal of this symposium is to give the audience a good insight into the frequency of this problem, which patients are most likely to be affected, how best to avoid this problem and to manage it when it occurs.