Instructional course 204| Volume 19, ISSUE 10, SUPPLEMENT 1, 117-119, December 2003

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Repicci II unicompartmental knee arthroplasty

      The Repicci II is a modified Marmar prosthesis developed by John Repicci, M.D. It facilitates his minimally invasive procedure, which is not only performed through a “mini” arthrotomy exposure, but also requires minimal removal of femoral and tibial bone and preserves the sclerotic subchondral bone. It can be performed as an outpatient procedure if general health status permits.
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        • Romanowski M.R.
        • Repicci J.A.
        Minimally invasive unicondylar arthroplasty.
        J Knee Surg. 2002; 15: 17-22