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The present study demonstrates that, in osteopenic bone, absorbable suture anchors do not have lower pullout strengths than metal anchors. In normal bone, the bioabsorbable anchor in this study even outperformed the non-absorbable anchor.
This study demonstrated the superiority of the preoperative intra-articular administration of a combination of fentanyl and local anaesthetic over postoperative fentanyl and local anaesthetic or postoperative local anaesthetic alone.
Since biomechanical studies have shown that the medial patellofemoral ligament (MPFL) is the main restraint against lateral patella displacement, reconstruction of the MPFL has become an accepted surgical technique to restore patellofemoral stability. Recently, various procedures have been...
Traditional treatment of complex ankle fracture consists of open reduction and internal fixation. Nevertheless, this treatment can delay fracture healing and cause prolonged oedema. The surgeon should consider necessity of early recovery when treating athletes, especially football players. In...
Placing the shoulder in external rotation after a first-time traumatic shoulder dislocation, significantly improves the position of the labroligamentous lesion on the glenoid rim. Perthes lesions that showed a low grade of plastic deformation displayed better reduction in external rotation and...
Several techniques of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) double-bundle reconstruction have been introduced to improve the functional outcome and restore normal kinematics of the knee. Meanwhile, a remnant-preserving technique was developed to preserve the proprioception and to enhance the...
This paper reports a novel method for reconstructing the posterolateral structures (lateral collateral ligament (LCL), popliteus tendon, popliteofibular ligament) based on an anatomical study of a cadaveric dissection. The popliteus tendon was found to always be attached to the...
A number of complications are associated with shoulder arthroscopic surgery. However rare, respiratory complications such as pneumomediastinum and related tension pneumothorax as well as spontaneous pneumothorax in patients undergoing shoulder arthroscopy by endotracheal intubation have been...
It is concluded that the use of patellar tendon autograft with a single tibial-tubercule bone block and a strip of patellar periosteum have the advantages of being available and comparable in terms of graft size and strength and shows satisfactory results with reduced anterior knee pain.
Forty-eight of 65 patients transported to the hospital as a result of the Universiade were trauma patients, 37 of whom were athletes. The gender distribution was 34:14 (m:f). Ice hockey players had the highest rate of injury (25% of all injured athletes), followed by alpine skiers (20.8% of...
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