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When performing a total knee arthroplasty on a 60-year-old female patient, a surgeon chooses not to resurface the patella. Instead, he performs a patelloplasty by excising the marginal osteophytes and reshaping the patella. All of the following statements comparing the results of patelloplasty to patella resurfacing are true EXCEPT:
There is no difference in relative risk of anterior knee pain.
There is no difference in relative risk for revision surgery involving the tibial and femoral components.
There is an increased risk that she will need secondary resurfacing.
No difference in rates of patellar avascular necrosis or patellar tendon injury.
Total knee arthroplasty improved function regardless of whether the patella was resurfaced.
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The use of vancomycin impregnated bone cement during total knee arthroplasty is most strongly recommended for which of the following patients?
68-year-old male undergoing second stage of revision arthroplasty for deep infection
Primary TKA in a 55-year-old female with BMI of 40
Primary TKA in a diabetic 70-year-old male
67-year-old male with posttraumatic arthritis and retained hardware undergoing primary TKA
53-year-old female with rheumatoid arthritis undergoing primary TKA
During a minimally invasive total knee arthroplasty with a quadriceps-sparing approach, the exposure is found to be limited and causing difficulties with jig alignment. What is the optimal next step?
Conversion of the exposure to a subvastus approach
Tibial tubercle osteotomy
Conversion of the exposure to a two-incision approach
Conversion of the exposure to a standard parapatellar arthrotomy
Ligament release to improve exposure