|70y/o male complaints of chronic progressive medial sided knee pain, failed non-operative management|
|Underwent uni-compartment TKA|
|After short painfree period, patient complained of severe right knee pain, unable to ambulate without assistance. Denied trauma.|
|Revised to posterior stabilized TKA. Tibial defect required augmentation.|
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Unicompartmental Knee Cases
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