Stuart Goodman, MD, PhD

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  • Late rupture of the posterior cruciate ligament after total knee replacement. The Iowa orthopaedic journal MONTGOMERY, R. L., Goodman, S. B., CSONGRADI, J. 1993; 13: 167-170

    Abstract:

    To our knowledge there have been no reports of late rupture of the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) as a cause of instability in PCL-retaining total knee prostheses. In our experience of 150 total knee replacements using PCL-retaining prosthesis, three cases (2.0%) of late rupture of the posterior cruciate ligament have occurred, each leading to chronic instability, disabling pain, and revision arthroplasty. In each case rupture of the posterior cruciate ligament was confirmed at the time of revision arthroplasty. The use of a more constrained prosthesis led to a successful outcome in each case.

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