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Trial Comparing Knee System Alignment Techniques

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Trial Comparing Alignment Techniques - RSA of ATTUNE Knee System

The purpose of this study is to compare migration patterns between mechanical and anatomic alignment surgical techniques for the Attune S+ CR-FB knee system using model-based RSA over the first 2 post-operative years.

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Procedure - Neutral Mechanical Alignment

Hip-knee-ankle angle of 180° ± 3°.

Procedure - Anatomical Alignment

Restoring a patient's pre-diseased limb alignment

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Radiostereometric Analysis (RSA) of the ATTUNE Knee System: A Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Anatomic (Femur First) to Neutral Mechanical Alignment Techniques

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NCT04079751

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