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Oxford® Partial Knee Replacement

The Oxford® Partial Knee implant is a partial knee implant designed to repair only one side of the knee (the medial side), making it much smaller than a total knee implant. Usually Osteoarthritis on the knee first occurs in the inside portion of the joint. In knees that are otherwise healthy, a partial knee replacement can preserve the healthy bone, cartilage, and ligaments. This can potentially prevent or delay the need for a total knee replacement.

In patients with only limited knee arthritis our surgeons may elect to perform a partial knee replacement. Some advantages of the Oxford® partial knee replacement are that it removes 75% less bone and cartilage, is less painful, enables a more rapid recovery. and provides more natural motion when compared to a total knee replacement. By only replacing one compartment of the knee joint, the remaining two components remain undisturbed resulting in a more natural feeling stable knee.

A More Natural Feeling Knee with Long Term Durability

In a healthy knee, the meniscus serves as a shock absorber between the ends of the bones. The Oxford® Partial knee is the first partial implant with an artificial meniscal bearing designed to glide freely throughout the knee's range of motion, more closely replicating normal movement. The free floating nature of the device potentially provides for a more natural feeling knee.

The Oxford® Partial Knee is the most widely used and clinically proven partial knee in the world. Published long-term clinical results on the Oxford® Partial Knee demonstrated a 92.4% survivorship at 10 years, 94.0% at 15 years, and 91% at 20 years.

What is the Oxford Partial Knee?

This technology involves personalized patient care by utilizing MRI technology to create personalized positioning guides for the Oxford® partial knee replacement. Using MRI technology and patient-matched guides, the Signature™ system allows for personalized instrumentation for positioning of the Oxford® partial knee.

The Signature™ system features custom femoral (thighbone) and tibial (shinbone) positioning guides made to fit directly onto your unique anatomy. The Signature™ guides are developed from an MRI scan. The MRI is used in conjunction with computer software to create a three-dimensional image of your unique joint. This enables our surgeons to plan Oxford® partial knee replacement before surgery. Most surgeons typically plan surgery using two-dimensional Xrays. Using MRI and Signature™ personalized positioning guides, we have access to enhanced detail and precision for implant position and alignment before surgery. This allows for personalized instrumentation for positioning of the implant and may help enhance surgical efficiency.