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Table 4 A literature review of complications rate of primary TKA after post-traumatic arthritis

From: Primary total knee arthroplasty using constrained condylar knee design for severe deformity and stiffness of knee secondary to post-traumatic arthritis

  References
Parameters Massin et al. [30] Abdel et al. [27] Lonner et al. [29] Papadopoulos et al. [28] Parratte et al. [16] Lunebourg et al. [15] Lizaur-utrilla et al. [20] Weiss et al. [3]
Sample size (N) 40 62 31 48 74 33 29 110
Male/female 21/19 22/40 15/15(1-BL) 10/37(1-BL) 34/40 18/15 10/19 32/77(1-BL)
Age (years) 59 63 60 65 63 69 57 64
Follow-up (years) 5 15 4 6 4 11 7 5.5
Complications n (%)
 Venous thrombosis   1(1.6) 2(6.4)      6(5.5)
 Aseptic failure    8(25.8)   1(1.7) 1(3.0)   4(3.6)
 Infection 2(5.0) 5(8.0) 3(9.6) 3(6.2) 4(6.8) 2(6.1) 1(3.4) 5(4.5)
 Stiffness   6(9.6)    6(10.2) 2(6.1) 1(3.4) 8(7.3)
 Patellar tendon rupture 3(7.5)   1(3.2) 1(2.1) 3(5.1)   1(3.4)  
 Ligament rupture   1(1.6)       1(0.9)
 Patella subluxation   2(3.2) 2(6.4) 1(2.1)     
 Patella clunk syndrome      1(1.7) 1(3.0)   1(0.9)
 Skin necrosis and wound dehiscence 2(5) 3(4.8) 2(6.4) 2(4.2)    1(3.4) 5(4.5)
 Peroneal nerve injury      1(1.7)    
 Popliteal artery injury 1(2.5)     1(1.7)    
 Periprosthetic fractures 1(2.5) 1(1.6)       
 Pseudoarthrosis 1(2.5)        
 Instability      1(1.7)    2(1.8)
 Heterotropic ossification       1(3.0)   
 Hematoma   1(1.6)   2(4.2) 2(3.4)    
 Reflex sympathetic dystrophy   1(1.6)       1(0.9)
Overall 11(27.5) 21(33.8) 18(58) 9(18.7) 20(33.9) 7(21.2) 4(13.7) 33(30.0)
  1. N sample size, n number of cases, BL bilateral