1983 年 31 巻 4 号 p. 778-781
Two cases of knee joint replacement using ceramic implant were presented.
The first case was forty-three-year old male with osteosarcoma of proximal tibia and the second was sixty-four-year old male with osteonecrosis of lateral femoral condyle.
Preoperative design tended to produce too large prosthesis.
Other problems complicating this procedure are discussed.