Patient Case History: Jay

Total knee replacement for an unstable neuropathic knee

Pre-Op

Patient Surgeon: S. Robert Rozbruch
Jay suffered a spinal cord injury 20 years earlier and progressively developed pain and instability of his knee.

Jay, Pre-op thumbnail of an x-ray, Limb Lengthening, Unstable Neuropathic Knee
Jay, Pre-op thumbnail of an x-ray, Limb Lengthening, Unstable Neuropathic Knee
Jay, Pre-op thumbnail of an x-ray, Limb Lengthening, Unstable Neuropathic y, Knee

Post-Op

A constrained (hinged) knee replacement was done to reconstruct his subluxated, deformed, and arthritic knee. He is now walking well and with no pain.

Jay, Post-op thumbnail of an x-ray, Limb Lengthening, Total Knee Replacement
Jay, Post-op thumbnail of an x-ray, Limb Lengthening, Total Knee Replacement
Jay, Post-op thumbnail of an x-ray, Limb Lengthening, Total Knee Replacement


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