Knee Joint Operations

Unicondylar Knee Replacement


The commonest pattern of knee arthritis is where the medial compartment (inside of the knee) is particularly affected by arthritis, the remaining parts of the knee joints are disease free. In these patients one can generally perform minimally invasive knee replacements of just the diseased inner portion of the knee. The operation is performed through a 5 – 10 cm incision over the inner aspect of the knee.


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Unicondylar Surgery


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Uni Knee Cemented in Place


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X-ray of Uni Knee Replacement


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