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Background: Tibial eminence fractures have become more common, but the best method of fixing these fractures arthroscopically has not been elucidated. Objective: The objective of this study is to assess the stability of different fixation methods for tibial eminence fractures. Study Design:...
Background: Little data exist on the results of treatment for sports-related chronic groin injury. Hypothesis: Sports-related chronic groin injury treated with a conservative (rest) program results in a satisfactory outcome. Study Design: Case series; Level of evidence, 4. Methods: Professional...
Background: Debate exists regarding the optimal graft for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Few studies have compared the differences in outcome after reconstruction using similar fixation methods. Hypothesis: Similar outcomes will be seen after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction...
Background: There is a need for a patient-relevant instrument to evaluate outcome after treatment in patients with a total Achilles tendon rupture. Purpose: To develop and validate a new patient-reported instrument for measuring outcome after treatment for total Achilles tendon rupture. Study...
Background: Six classification systems have been proposed for describing rotator cuff tears designed to help understand their natural history and make treatment decisions. Purpose: To assess the interobserver variation for these classification systems and identify the method with the best...
Background: The ultrastructure of the normal menisci has been thoroughly investigated and found to correlate with meniscal tears. Although discoid menisci are accepted to have the same composition as their normal counterparts, to our knowledge, no study in the literature has investigated this...
Background: Diagnosis of patellar tendinopathy is based primarily on clinical examination; however, it is commonplace to image the patellar tendon for diagnosis confirmation, with the imaging modalities of choice being magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and ultrasonography (US). The comparative...
Background: Although ankle sprains are common in soccer, the role of various risk factors in amateur soccer players is unclear. Purpose: To identify the incidence of ankle sprain injuries, associated time loss of participation, and risk factors during two consecutive seasons in amateur players....
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