Have We Solved The Problem Of Backside Wear in TKA?

      In the first generations of modular tibial components, backside wear made a significant contribution to the particle burden released within the joint. This led to changes in design and materials to reduce micromotion and particle generation. In this retrieval study, we evaluate the efficacy of newer generations of knee implants in eliminating backside wear as a significant issue in TKR.
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