Comparative analysis of remote results of high corrective osteotomy of the tibia and unicondylar knee replacement in medial gonarthrosis
Keywords:knee joint, osteoarthrosis, surgery
AbstractResults of unicondylar knee replacement and high corrective osteotomy of the tibia in conditions of medial gonarthrosis were comparatively analysed. The above techniques are not competitive, because different groups of patients have the following indications: 1) high corrective osteotomy of the tibia in conditions of gonarthrosis with varus deformity in case of grade 2 of lesion of the medial part according to the Kellgren-Lawrence Grading Scale in young patients (not over 55), where the cartilage lesion in the lateral part of the knee joint cannot exceed Grade 2 by the Outerbridge classification; 2) unicondylar arthroplasty in conditions of gonarthrosis with varus deformity is indicated for a total defect of the medial part with full preservation of the lateral part of the knee joint.
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