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Table 4 Summary of revised patient findings

From: The effect of morbid obesity (BMI ≥ 35 kg/m2) on functional outcome and complication rate following unicompartmental knee arthroplasty: a case-control study

  BMI Patient age Comp. Malp Complication Revision reason Revision time Revision implant
1 38,7 53 PTS, TPA Tibial component collapse Tibial loosening 52 months Constraint TKA
2 33 65 PTS Eminence Tibial+femoral loosening 45 months Primer PCL substituting TKA
3 41.6 58 FCVV Eminence fracture Tibial loosening 7 months Primer PCL retaining TKA
4 47 51 None None Tibial+femoral loosening 7 months Primer PCL retaining TKA
5 56.9 53 None Tibial component collapse Tibial component collapse 12 months Constraint TKA
6 46.9 56 PTS, TPA, FCVV Insert dislocation Tibial+femoral loosening 12 months Primer PCL retaining TKA
7 38.1 53 PTS, TPA None Tibial loosening 14 months Primer PCL retaining TKA
8 42.5 58 None Tibial component collapse Tibial component collapse 26 months Primer PCL retaining TKA
9 33.2 58 FCVV, FCFE None Tibial+femoral loosening 33 months Primer PCL substituting TKA
10 46.9 56 PTS, TPA, FCVV None Tibial+femoral loosening 16 months Primer PCL substitutingTKA
11 34.7 80 None Tibial component collapse Tibial+femoral loosening 44 months Constraint TKA
  1. PTS posterior tibial slope, TPA tibia plateau angle, FCVV femoral component varus-valgus, FCFE femoral component flexion-extension, PCL posterior cruciate ligament