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Knee Replacement Surgery
Knee replacement surgery has become a much more common procedure with the development of new techniques and technologies for better knee replacement surgery results. Knee replacement surgery is most commonly due to injury in men, and due to arthritis in both men and women. In this area, our Johns Hopkins specialists keep you up to date on what you need to know before, during and after knee replacement surgery, so you can know you options and get the best outcome. Topics include: total knee replacement, partial knee replacement, minimally invasive knee replacement surgery, and more.
Knee Replacement (Total Knee Replacement, Partial Knee Replacement, Knee Arthroscopy):
- Living with Arthritis: Gender-Specific Knee Implants Offer Women a Choice
- Living with Arthritis: Delay Knee Replacement with Osteotomy
- Living With Arthritis: Q & A on Hip Replacement Surgery
- Living With Arthritis Alert: Q and A on Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement Surgery
- Living With Arthritis Alert: Advance Planning for Hip or Knee Replacement Surgery Makes for Smoother Sailing
- Living With Arthritis Report: When Is The Right Time For Knee Replacement Surgery?
More on Knee Osteoarthritis:
- Arthritis Pain Relief Report: Botox and Knee Osteoarthritis
The Johns Hopkins Arthritis Center Forum
- Arthritis Glossary