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This is what was put inside my legs as I got both of my knees replaced (not at the same time). ajh
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i have one knee "repaired" / replaced. my endoprothesis looks a lot simplier, not so much parts....

Some months after my first knee replacement, I searched online and watched a video of the operation like I had. When I told my surgeon, he was a bit shocked, said 'Why on earth did you do that?' I said, 'I wanted to 'own' it. Now I know what it looks like, I'm happy.' He was dumbfounded! Now it's 6 years since I had the first and 4 years since I had the second. Terrific. but the puzzle pic looks nothing like what I had.


Thanks for sharing this rather scary picture with us. Several years ago my wife had both knees replaced ( with about six months between the operations. Both were very successful and we are so grateful to the NHS for the opportunity to have this surgery done.

Thanks! I looked up the picture and that is what I thought I got! They gave me a card with a picture ... I guess to show if metal detectors go off!!!


I think that is for a total leg replacement. That would have a scare that goes right up your thigh and right down your shin. The total knee replacement can be found on "What does a total knee replacement look like?" on Google. I have had partial replacement of both knees and have seen the total ones they use nowadays when the specialist thought I would need them too. :)

Me, too. I did not realize it was so big!!!


This was the best surgery I've ever had.

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