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For both the Lachman test and the pivot shift test, single-bundle ACL reconstruction restored kinematics in the UKA knee to magnitudes similar to those in the ACL-intact knee.
Short-term symptomatic relief is the only evidence-based benefit of corticosteroid injection of an osteoarthritic knee. Accurate intra-articular placement is not achieved in up to 20% of injections and varies considerably with the anatomical approach used. There is no evidence that a medial...
The optimal isometric point for the femoral insertion of popliteus muscle–tendon complex is situated posterior and distal to the lateral epicondyle of femur. Femoral tunnel for “posterolateral corner sling procedure” should be placed at this point to achieve least amount of graft excursion...
These findings suggest that high VEGF receptor expression, even more so at higher age, results in a more compliant scar, which in turn may lead to greater knee laxity and a compromised clinical result.
The use of knotless anchors in the lateral row of a suture bridge repair did not increase the footprint contact area or contact pressure when compared to a suture bridge repair requiring knots laterally or to a double-row repair.
Elevated expression of MMPs 1 and 9 as well as decreased MMP 3 expression can be detected in torn rotator cuff tendon tissue. There is a significant association between the extent of tendon retraction and MMP 9 expression. The results of this study give evidence that early surgical treatment of...
Diagnostic study, Level II.
Case series, Level IV.
Posteromedial corner ligament structures are quite complex and are not always clearly described in the literature. Three-dimensional images of these structures can help better understanding its anatomy.
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