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Jasna Bicanic

In 2008, Jasna Bicanic, from Bearsden near Glasgow, underwent a computer-assisted double knee replacement, after she developed a painful degenerative condition called osteoarthritis, causing the cartilage in her knees to wear away.

The surgery, which took place at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital in Glasgow, was carried out by Mr Frederic Picard, the pioneer of the revolutionary OrthoPilot system. Here, Jasna talks about her experience.

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