Long-Term Survival Analysis of a Posterior Cruciate-Retaining Total Condylar Total Knee ArthroplastyRitter, Merrill, A.; Herbst, Steven, A.; Keating, Michael, E.; Faris, Philip, M.; Meding, John, B.Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research: December 1994 - Volume 309 - Issue - p 136–145 SYMPOSIUM: PDF Only Free Abstract Author InformationAuthors From 1975 to 1983, 278 patients received 418 posterior cruciate ligament-retaining Total Condylar knee arthroplasties. Twenty-four patients were excluded, 15 for lack of followup data, 6 for infection during followup, and 3 for revision surgeries for previous infections. The 394 remaining knees were observed from 1 to 18 years (mean, 8.08 years). Kaplan-Meier and crude survival estimates at 12 years were 96.8% and 98.1%, respectively. Various survival analyses by other authors have yielded similar successful results. From the The Center for Hip and Knee Surgery, Mooresville, IN. Requests to Merrill A. Ritter, MD, 1199 Hadley Rd, Mooresville, IN 46158. © Lippincott-Raven Publishers.