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Professor David Deehan
A systematic review of imageless hand-held robotic-assisted knee arthroplasty: Learning curve, accuracy, functional outcome and survivorship2020
James Holland
Professor David Deehan
Contralateral knee pain reduces the rate of patient satisfaction but does not clinically impair the change in WOMAC score after total knee arthroplasty2020
Michael Reed
Professor David Deehan
Conventional Versus Highly Cross-Linked Polyethylene in Primary Total Knee Replacement: A Comparison of Revision Rates Using Data from the National Joint Registry for England, Wales, and Northern Ireland2020
Dr Matthew Barter
Kat Cheung
Julia Falk
Dr Andreas Panagiotopoulos
Professor Stephen O'Brien
et al.
Dynamic chromatin accessibility landscape changes following interleukin-1 stimulation2020
Michelle Bardgett
Professor David Deehan
Erratum to: What is the Minimum Clinically Important Difference for the WOMAC Index After TKA?2020
Dr Philip Dobson
Dr Ella Dennis
Dan Hipps
Dr Amy Reeve
Dr Alex Laude
et al.
Mitochondrial dysfunction impairs osteogenesis, increases osteoclast activity, and accelerates age related bone loss2020
Dr Tony Sorial
Ines Hofer
Maria Tselepi
Kat Cheung
Dr Eleanor Parker
et al.
Multi-tissue epigenetic analysis of the osteoarthritis susceptibility locus mapping to the plectin gene PLEC2020
Dr Sarah Rice
Dr Sami Anjum
Professor David Deehan
Professor John Loughlin
Multi-tissue epigenetic and gene expression analysis combined with epigenome modulation identifies RWDD2B as a target of osteoarthritis susceptibility2020
Dr Oana Bretcanu
Professor David Deehan
Professor Tom Joyce
Retrieval Analysis of Two Contemporary Total Knee Designs: Influence of Femoral Component Roughness and Type of Polyethylene2020
Professor David Deehan
There is no clinically important difference in the Oxford knee scores between one and two years after total knee arthroplasty: The one-year score could be used as the benchmark timepoint to assess outcome2020
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