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The aim of this study was to determine whether there is a difference in functional outcome between the fixed-bearing and rotating-platform total knee replacement systems. One hundred twenty patients were randomised to receive either a fixed-bearing or rotating-platform total knee replacement. Range of movement (ROM), Oxford knee score (OKS) and Knee Society score (KSS) were assessed independently before and one year after surgery. Weight-bearing X-rays were taken immediately and one year postdoi:10.22271/ortho.2019.v5.i2p.1482 fatcat:libhg2fycncq3l2zpjio2bq2qe