Minimally Invasive Total Knee Replacement

Minimally Invasive TKA: A Step in the Right Direction? – Presented at the Australian Knee Society and Austrailian Arthroplasty Society Bunker Bay, Australia October7, 2005

Unicompartmental Mini-Knee Replacement

Minimally Invasive UKA: Why it Works, and When it Doesn’t - Presented at the Australian Knee Society and Australian Arthroplasty Society Bunker Bay, Australia October 7, 2005

“The Uni Knee: Minimally Invasive Approach,” in Total Knee Arthroplasty – A Guide to Get Better Performance

“The Uni Knee: Minimally Invasive Approach,” Book Chapter by Todd V. Swanson in Total Knee Arthroplasty – A guide to get better performance, J. Bellemans, M. Ried, and J. Victor, eds., Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany.

Ceramic Knee Replacement

Oxynium (Oxydized Zirconium) – The Science Behind the Ceramic – Presented at the Australian Knee Society and Australian Arthroplasty Society Bunker Bay, Austrlia October 7, 2005

Revision Total Knee Replacement

Keys to a Successful Revision TKA – Presented at the Australian Knee Society and Australian Arthroplasty Society Bunker Bay, Australia October 7, 2005

To read more Publications and Presentations by Dr. Swanson view Dr. Swanson’s CV.

 

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