Has anyone had the Bionet signature series full knee replacement.

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I live in the UK. I'm due to have a full knee replacement. It's called Biomet signature series full knee replacement.

They use MRI Scans to measure the knee.

Then they produce the jigs (cutting guides).

Has anyone had this sort of knee

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    Hi i had this type of knee replacement this year at  the royal orthopedic hospital stanmore also had a standard knee replacement last year on the

    other knee. The cutting jig knee  i think is working better than the standard repacement. good luck

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    I live in US and had a conformist knee. They did a cat scan and then nui
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    I had a conformist knees put in. They did a cat scan and built it for me like the one you mentioned. Both knees have done well. They were done 4 and 5 months ago. Wishing you the best!
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    Hi Mary

    I am having the same on 2/11/16, MRi's etc taken 6 wks ago, and back to hospital tomorrow for another anaesthetic pre assessment as the last one had lapsed.

    Mine was ordered due to badly breaking Tib, Fib and Femur in a RTA back in the 80's leaving alignment issues.

    I'll keep you posted on how things go if you like.

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    Will do , (Also in the UK)
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