A partial knee replacement (or unicompartmental knee replacement) replaces one side of the knee with a metal and plastic implant.

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Partial knee replacement

Replacing just one compartment with artificial components.

An 'interpretation' of a 2005 publication presenting the results of studies to determine whether age was a determinant of success of partial knee replacement using the Oxford prosthesis.

An 'interpretation' of an article published in 1998 describing the early outcomes of a particular partial knee replacement - the 'Oxford' unicompartmental prosthesis.

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From the time of onset of osteoarthritis of the knee to aged 65 - the usual age when a surgeon considers it acceptable to do a knee replacement - there are many interventions that may help to slow the progression of the joint destruction. This eBook gives an overview of these interventions.

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