Reframing the debate on computer-navigated TKA

By Annie Hayashi

AICKH symposium examines new uses for computer-assisted navigation

Using computer-assisted (CA) navigation in total knee arthroplasty (TKA) has become a hotly debated issue in the United States—effectively dividing the orthopaedic community into two “camps,” according to S. David Stulberg, MD, in his presentation of “Navigation TKA: State of the art and rationale” at the Advanced Imaging and Computer Assisted Surgery of the Knee and Hip (AICKH) symposium, held in March 2008.

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