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Terrible pain after total knee replacement, on morphine. Can a cadaver knee help ?

I had a total knee replacement on Oct. 28th 2010, and have been in terrible pain ever since then even while being on morphine all that time. I would consider a cadaver knee of it s possible to help? Will it help me or not? I will not pay mor doctors in hope to get good answers, But you may get a good customer if you answer well enough? My name is YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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Hello there!
Thank you for asking. Cadaveric replacements have very high failure rates upto 25 to 40 %. And those not failed have other issues like immuno compromise or infectious complications and pain on the top. Find a best prosthetic surgeon and discuss the possibilities , he will select what is best for you. It needs a lengthy discussion and alot to talk about.

Good luck
S Khan
Answered: Sun, 24 Nov 2013
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