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Total Knee Replacement Surgery
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Total Knee Replacement Surgery

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On Wednesday, October 18, at 6:30pm Central Daylight Time, the Duluth Clinic and St. Mary's Medical Center in Duluth, MN will present a live webcast of a total knee replacement procedure. Duluth Clinic Orthopaedic Surgeon Bradley Edgerton, MD, will be performing the knee replacement. His colleagues, Duluth Clinic Orthopaedic Surgeons Tom Patnoe, MD, and Jeff Klassen, MD, will serve as co-moderators. Wendy Lane, Joint Replacement Nurse Clinician will help describe the procedure and what patients can expect both preoperatively and in rehabilitation.

"With baby boomers maintaining a more active lifestyle as they age, knee replacement surgeries are becoming more and more common," Dr. Patnoe says. "This...

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Knee replacement surgery - what to expect when you are having knee replacement surgery

There are various steps in the process of having an orthopedic surgeon perform knee replacement surgery. This video will show you what to expect from Marshfield Clinic physicians and staff from start to finish.

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Patient information about what to expect during & after a knee replacement at Luther Midelfort

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Knee replacement surgery is the most common joint replacement procedure. Many people have knee arthritis, but it can be difficult to know when the right time to have a knee replacement surgery is. Furthermore, there is confusion about what to expect from knee replacement surgery. Do you have questions? Look no further. You can find all you need to know about knee replacement surgery right here.
The word 'arthritis' means 'inflammation of the joint.' Most people think of arthritis as the wearing away of cartilage in a joint -- this is the end result of inflammation within the joint. Over time, the inflammation can lead to cartilage loss and exposed bone, instead of a normal, smooth joint surface.

The most common type of knee arthritis is osteoarthritis. This is often referred to as "wear-and-tear" arthritis, and it results in the wearing away of the normal smooth cartilage until bare bone is exposed. Other types of arthritis include rheumatoid arthritis, gouty arthritis, and lupus arthritis.
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