Clinical advantages of image-free navigation system using surface-based registration in anatomical anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction

Title
Clinical advantages of image-free navigation system using surface-based registration in anatomical anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction
Authors
조현철김영준이병훈금동호류임주왕준호
Keywords
Navigation; ACL; Anatomical reconstruction; Computed tomography; Outside-in technique
Issue Date
2016-11
Publisher
Knee surgery, sports traumatology, arthroscopy : official journal of the ESSKA
Citation
VOL 24, NO 11-3564
Abstract
PURPOSE: To evaluate the clinical advantages of a navigation system developed with an emphasis on attaining an appropriate femoral tunnel length and posterior wall margin with no posterior wall blowout, as well as having accurate tunnel positioning, in anatomical anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR). METHODS: Ten freshly frozen human knees were transected at mid-femur and mid-tibia. Each knee specimen underwent arthroscopic single-bundle anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction using the outside-in technique, with two knees by manual ACLR (control group) and another eight knees by only the navigational ACLR without arthroscopic assistance (experimental group). The position/orientation information of tunnel entry point, tunnel length, and posterior wall distance of pre-, intra-, and postoperative tunnel were recorded, and the reliability and errors among them were evaluated. RESULTS: From comparison of the 3D models for preoperative planning and postoperative reconstruction, the mean differences for navigational femoral tunnelling and arthroscopic-assisted femoral tunnelling were recorded, respectively: (1) tunnel entry position, 1.4 mm (SD 0.3) versus 4.9 mm; (2) tunnel length, 0.7 mm (SD 0.2), similar to 0.6 mm in arthroscopic-assisted femoral tunnelling, and (3) posterior wall distance, 0.5 mm (SD 0.2), much smaller than 4.7 mm for arthroscopic-assisted femoral tunnelling. The intraclass correlation coefficients, calculated to determine the accuracy and reliability of navigational femoral tunnelling, showed excellent internal consistency that ranged from 0.965 to 0.989 for tunnel length and from 0.810 to 0.953 for posterior wall distance. CONCLUSION: Navigation systems with enhancement of the registration accuracy by the developed system are feasible in anatomical ACLR, in reducing surgical failures such as short tunnel length or posterior wall breakage of distal femur. The present study reveale
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/123456789/64752
ISSN
0942-2056
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