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Total Knee Arthroplasty using Computer Assisted Surgery in Paget ’s disease of Knee-A case report

Volume 1 - Issue 6

Eachempati KK*1, Dannana CS2 and Boyapati G3

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    • 1Chief Consultant and Director Orthopaedics, Max Cure Hospitals, India
    • 2Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Max Cure Hospitals, India
    • 3Clinical Fellow in Arthroplasty, Max Cure Hospitals, India

    *Corresponding author: Eachempati KK, Fellow in Computer Navigation, Chief Consultant and Director Orthopaedics, Max Cure Hospitals, Hyderabad, India

Received: October 31, 2017;   Published: November 09, 2017

DOI: 10.26717/BJSTR.2017.01.000510

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The purpose of this case report is to highlight the advantages of computer assisted navigation surgery (CAS) to improve the accuracy in performing Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA) in a patient affected by Paget’s disease of the femur and secondary osteoarthrosis of knee. Paget’s disease can be associated with technical difficulties while performing knee arthroplasty because of intra and/or extra-articular deformity in either sagittal or coronal planes or both and there are published reports of sub-optimal varus or valgus placement of components by the manual technique. A 55-year-old male with monostotic Paget’s involvement of the femur with lateral femoral bowing and end stage arthrosis in the knee was managed with a primary cemented cruciate-retaining TKA using Aesculap Orthopilot 5.0 navigation system. His pre-op VAS score of 8/10 and Oxford Knee Score of 20 improved to 2/10 and 42 respectively at 1 year follow up. Knee involvement with Paget’s in Indian population is extremely rare and we are not aware of any previous case reports of using CAS in performing TKA in Paget’s. CAS can obviate the need for corrective osteotomy when performing TKA in patients with extra-articular deformity.

Abbreviations: TKA: Total Knee Arthroplasty; CAS: Computer Assisted Navigation Surgery; VAS: Visual Analogue Scale; OKS: Oxford Knee Score

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