Preop planning of Oxford UNI using TraumaCad

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We were honored to host Prof. Shmuel Dekel, Oxon graduate and General Director of the Advanced Orthopedic Center, Assuta Hospital in Tel Aviv. Prof. Dekel has more than 40 years of experience with Oxford UNI. In this video, he demonstrates how to perform pre-op planning of partial knee replacement with TraumaCad on MRI images.


Prof. Shmuel Dekel, MD PhD
Prof. Shmuel Dekel, MD PhD

Assuta Hospital, Tel Aviv, Israel

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