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Computer-assisted surgery, abbreviated CAS, uses special probes attached to the body to help your surgeon ensure proper positioning of the joint replacement implants. The probes are detected by an infrared camera that is connected to a computer terminal. The computer terminal constructs an electronic model of the knee or hip based on the information gathered by sensing the position of these probes. The computer can then help guide your surgeon's placement of the knee or hip replacement implants to ensure proper positioning of the joint replacement. This also helps in proper alignment of implant, lower limb axis and ligament balancing.
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My troubles began when my left leg started to go stiff and to hurt. The doctor told me it was arthritis.
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