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This article uses the techniques we described in Whiteside’s Line: Throw it out and start again and Femoral component rotation: Find your groove more accurately. Those articles showed how we have developed a more accurate technique for measuring the…
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Femoral component rotation: The mistake we are all making

This article follows on from Whiteside’s Line: Throw it out and start again.  In that article I explained why the anteroposterior axis (APA, Whiteside’s Line) is inaccurate because it doesn’t account for the three dimensional shape of the trochlear…
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This article follows on from Whiteside’s Line: Throw it out and start again.  In that article I explained why the anteroposterior axis (APA, Whiteside’s Line) is inaccurate because it doesn’t account for the three dimensional shape of the trochlear…
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Whiteside’s Line: Throw it out and start again This headline may sound a bit harsh, and no offense intended to Dr Whiteside, but I’ll show you why I think we can do better. I’ll show you why we need to do this and then provide the published evidence. The…
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The most commonly used landmark to set femoral rotation is the posterior condyles. They are easy to find and easy to use. There is very little measurement error. There is very little interobserver error using them during surgery. From Femoral Rotation :…
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OK, so femoral rotation is not the only thing you have to get right during a knee replacement. But it is one of the most important, and it is sometimes disregarded, probably because it is not obvious on simple X-rays or clinical examination. We spend a…
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The Gold Standard for femoral component rotation following total knee arthroplasty is a line parallel to the Surgical Epicondylar Axis (SEA) on a three-dimensional CT reconstruction of the knee.
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