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Effect of Joint Line Elevation after Posterior-stabilized and Cruciate-retaining Total Knee Arthroplasty on Clinical Function and Kinematics

Ji Song-Jie, Zhou Yi-Xin, Jiang Xu, Cheng Zhi-Yuan, Wang Guang-Zhi, Ding Hui, Yang Ming-Lei, Zhu Zhong-Lin

Year : 2015| Volume: 128| Issue : 21 | Page no: 2866-2872

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