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Meniscal Or Meniscus And Suture

Jose Maria Silberberg Muiño, Alessandro Nilo Fulvi, Martin Gimenez, Jose Ramon Muina Rullan
The current understanding of the biomechanical role of the meniscus, in conjunction with the increasing efforts to achieve its preservation within the orthopaedic community during treatment of meniscal lesions, has prompted the development of different meniscal repair techniques. The outside-in technique is recommended for anterior horn and middle-segment meniscal tears and has been recognized as a low-cost procedure with a low incidence of complications. Diverse modifications of this technique have been published over the past decade...
November 2018: Arthroscopy Techniques
Dong-Geun Kang, Young-Jin Park, Jae-Ha Yu, Jong-Byung Oh, Dong-Yeong Lee
Purpose: The purposes of the present study were to review published studies that investigated arthroscopic meniscus repair to treat meniscus injury in young patients and to compare all-inside and inside-out suture techniques. Methods: Various electronic databases were queried for published articles, and this search was updated in August 2017 for evaluating the outcomes of arthroscopic meniscus surgery in young patients. Data search, extraction, analysis, and quality assessment were performed according to the Cochrane Collaboration guidelines, and the clinical outcomes were evaluated using various outcome values in young patients according to suture techniques...
November 29, 2018: Knee Surgery & related Research
Philip L Wilson, Charles W Wyatt, Jose Romero, Meagan J Sabatino, Henry B Ellis
Background: Despite the increasing incidence of sports-related knee injuries in youth athletes, few studies have reported on the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric and adolescent meniscal root injuries. Purpose: To describe traumatic posterior meniscal root injuries in a pediatric and adolescent population and compare the presentation of meniscal root injuries versus that of nonroot injuries. Study Design: Cohort study; Level of evidence, 3...
November 2018: Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine
Kazunori Shimomura, Benjamin B Rothrauff, David A Hart, Shuichi Hamamoto, Masato Kobayashi, Hideki Yoshikawa, Rocky S Tuan, Norimasa Nakamura
Damage to the meniscal hoop structure results in loss of biomechanical function, which potentially leads to the extrusion of the meniscus from the weight bearing area. However, there have been no established, effective treatments for such injuries. The purpose of this study was to investigate the applicability of cell-seeded nanofibrous scaffolds to repair the damaged meniscal hoop structure along with the prevention of subsequent cartilage degeneration using a rabbit model. Meniscal radial defects (5 mm width) in the medial meniscus were treated by wrapping and suturing with either an aligned electrospun nanofibrous scaffold alone or a scaffold combined with a tissue engineered construct (TEC) derived from synovial mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), with the scaffold fiber direction matching that of the meniscal circumferential fibers...
November 13, 2018: Biomaterials
Xin Tang, Brandon Marshall, Joon Ho Wang, Junjun Zhu, Jian Li, Patrick Smolinski, Freddie H Fu
BACKGROUND: The effect of lateral meniscal posterior root tear and repair-commonly seen in clinical practice in the setting of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction-is not known. PURPOSE/HYPOTHESIS: This study evaluated the effect of tear and repair of the lateral meniscal posterior root on the biomechanics of the ACL-reconstructed knee. It was hypothesized that anterior tibial translation would increase under anterior loading and simulated pivot-shift loading with the root tear of the posterior lateral meniscus, while repair of the root tear would reduce it close to the noninjured state...
November 19, 2018: American Journal of Sports Medicine
Felix Wa Waibel, Elias Bachmann, Arnd F Viehöfer, Katharina Schürholz, Jess G Snedeker, Sandro F Fucentese
Horizontal meniscal tears are often treated by partial meniscectomy. Some clinical studies have shown successful repair. The purpose of this study was to show that axial loading causes less horizontal displacement in partial than in total horizontal lesions and that suture of those lesions prevents horizontal displacement. Forty menisci were tested : sutured partial horizontal lesions (ten), sutured total horizontal lesions (ten) and matched unsutured control groups (ten each). Samples were put in a custom made fixation device...
December 2017: Acta Orthopaedica Belgica
Peng-Yi Dai, Hong-Lue Tan, Yan-Hao Yuan, Xiao-Yong Li
OBJECTIVE: To explore clinical effect of arthroscopic cyst removal and wire-guided suture for the treatment of lateral meniscal cyst of knee joint. METHODS: From July 2014 to December 2017, 33 patients with lateral meniscal cyst of knee joint were treated by arthroscopic cysts removal and wire-guided suture, including 13 males and 20 females, aged from 20 to 55 years old with an average age of(36.23 ±2.30) years old, the courses of disease ranged from 3 to 14 months with an average of(4...
October 25, 2018: Zhongguo Gu Shang, China Journal of Orthopaedics and Traumatology
M J Feucht, K Izadpanah, L Lacheta, N P Südkamp, A B Imhoff, P Forkel
OBJECTIVE: Anatomic repair of the torn meniscal root using transosseous sutures through the proximal tibia. INDICATIONS: Nontraumatic meniscal root tears without severe degenerative changes (Kellgren-Lawrence grade ≤ 2), good quality meniscal tissue, traumatic root tears with or without concomitant anterior cruciate ligament tears or multiligament injuries. CONTRAINDICATIONS: Uncorrected varus or valgus malalignment (>3°), osteoarthritis Kellgren-Lawrence grades III and IV, and diffuse articular cartilage changes International Cartilage Regeneration and Joint Preservation Society (ICRS) grades III and IV of the effected compartment, noncompliance...
October 26, 2018: Operative Orthopädie und Traumatologie
Matthew E Gitelis, Rachel M Frank, Maximillian A Meyer, Gregory Cvetanovich, Brian J Cole
Meniscus allograft transplantation (MAT) has yielded excellent long-term functional outcomes when performed in properly indicated patients. When evaluating a patient for potential MAT, it is imperative to evaluate past medical history and past surgical procedures. The ideal MAT candidate is a chronologically and physiologically young patient (<50 years) with symptomatic meniscal deficiency. Existing pathology in the knee needs to be carefully considered and issues such as malalignment, cartilage defects, and/or ligamentous instability may require a staged or concomitant procedure...
September 2018: American Journal of Orthopedics
Andreas M Seitz, Lutz Dürselen
PURPOSE: This systematic review intends to give an overview of the current knowledge on how allografts used for the reconstruction of cruciate ligaments and menisci are integrated and specifically perform regarding their biomechanical function. METHODS: Two reviewers reviewed the PubMed and Central Cochrane library with focus on the biomechanical integration of tendon ligament and meniscus allografts. The literature search was conducted in accordance with the PRISMA statement for reporting systematic reviews and meta-analyses...
October 5, 2018: Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy: Official Journal of the ESSKA
Mathieu Thaunat, Goran Vrgoc, Padhraig F O'Loughlin, Nicolas Jan, Gilles Clowez, Jean Marie Fayard, Bertrand Sonnery-Cottet
Management of intrasubstance horizontal cleavage meniscal lesions of microtraumatic origin remains poorly defined in young patients. For grade 2 lesions resistant to conservative measures, the standard technique is debridement of the intrasubstance tear and open suture repair via a posteromedial approach. The objective of this Technical Note is to propose an arthroscopic alternative to this open technique, using an arthroscopic additional posteromedial portal. This technique facilitates an approach to the lesion via its peripheral portion without creating an iatrogenic lesion of the free edge of the meniscus, which is located in the white zone and thus exhibits limited vascularity...
September 2018: Arthroscopy Techniques
Fabian Blanke, Andreas Feitenhansl, Maximilian Haenle, Stephan Vogt
Objective The etiology of osteochondritis dissecans (OCD) is still uncertain. Recently, it has been hypothesized that instability of the anterior horn of the meniscus is an important cause for the development of a nontraumatic OCD in adolescents with good results after surgical stabilization. This case series aims to evaluate the treatment results after meniscus stabilization in adults with nontraumatic OCD. Design Ten patients with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)-confirmed OCD of the knee joint, meniscal instability, and closed epiphyseal plates were enrolled in this study...
September 15, 2018: Cartilage
Pedro Manuel Serrano, Tiago Amorim-Barbosa, Marta Santos Silva, Ricardo Sousa
Treatment of symptomatic meniscal tears continues to evolve as we improve our understanding of the biomechanical role of the meniscus and its long-term importance to the health of the knee joint. Suture repair of meniscal tears is challenging and continues to rise as we aim to preserve meniscal tissue. Outside-in meniscal suture techniques may involve using expensive equipment that is not readily available for immediate use in most operating rooms. Aware of the different techniques available, the authors describe a fast and reproducible technique that does not require the use of specific material or equipment...
2018: Open Access Journal of Sports Medicine
Colin M Robbins, Colin P Murphy, Blake T Daney, Anthony Sanchez, Matthew T Provencher
In recent years there has been increased attention on preserving the menisci because they perform vital roles in maintaining knee joint homeostasis. The anterolateral (AL) meniscal root is particularly vulnerable during anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. When the AL root is iatrogenically injured, it is imperative that it is repaired in a timely fashion to prevent early-onset osteoarthritis. In this article we outline our knotless suture anchor repair for AL root tears.
August 2018: Arthroscopy Techniques
Murat Aşçi, Orhan Balta, Recep Kurnaz, Mehmet Burtaç Eren, Yunus Emre Kuyucu, Taner Güneş
INTRODUCTION: Radial meniscus tears are seen in young patients, especially with anterior cruciate ligament ruptures. Repair of complete radial meniscus tear is necessary for the meniscus functions. The most important factor for success of the meniscus repair is primary stability, but it is still unknown which technique is ideal repair technique. AIM: We developed a new suture technique named Horizontal Butterfly (HB). In this novel technique the contact between meniscal tissue and suture is more than Horizontal Loop (HL) that routinely used today...
August 14, 2018: Acta Orthopaedica et Traumatologica Turcica
Sung-Sahn Lee, Jin Hwan Ahn, Jun Ho Kim, Bong Soo Kyung, Joon Ho Wang
BACKGROUND: Previous studies have reported various healing rates (0%-100%) as evaluated by second-look arthroscopy after repair of medial meniscal root tears (MMRTs). Such variable results might provoke suspicion of the necessity for repair. Furthermore, the effect of meniscal healing on the clinical outcomes has not been reported. PURPOSE: To more precisely determine the healing rate of MMRTs repaired through the transseptal portal, which could provide objective visualization of the healed meniscus, and to identify the effect of meniscal healing on the clinical and radiological outcomes...
September 2018: American Journal of Sports Medicine
Gilbert Steinbacher, Eduard Alentorn-Geli, Manuel Alvarado-Calderón, David Barastegui, Pedro Álvarez-Díaz, Ramón Cugat
PURPOSE: To report the outcomes (subjective function, return to play, complications and reoperations) of arthroscopic all-inside meniscal fixation in a large sample of soccer players with hypermobile lateral meniscus. METHODS: Between 2010 and 2015, 55 patients undergoing surgical treatment for hypermobile lateral meniscus at Mutualidad Catalana de Futbolistas (Barcelona, Spain) were identified. Patients with open physes, associated injuries, discoid meniscus, or clinical follow-up less than 6 months were excluded...
August 11, 2018: Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy: Official Journal of the ESSKA
Ryuichi Nakamura, Masaki Takahashi, Kazunari Kuroda, Yasuo Katsuki
Medial meniscus posterior root tear (MMPRT) is now attracting increased attention as a risk factor for the development of osteoarthritis. However, the healing rate after root repair by the suture anchor technique or the pull-out technique is still low. Here we report on a technique of MMPRT repair using suture anchor combined with arthroscopic meniscal centralization and open wedge high tibial osteotomy (OWHTO). The purposes of this technique are (1) to distribute the meniscal hoop tension between the root repair site and the centralization site and (2) to reduce the load on medial meniscus by OWHTO...
July 2018: Arthroscopy Techniques
Sandra Kolaczek, Christopher Hewison, Scott Caterine, Rebecca Berardelli, Tyler Beveridge, Ben Herman, Mark Hurtig, Karen Gordon, Alan Getgood
PURPOSE: Injury or degeneration of the meniscus has been associated with the development of osteoarthritis of the knee joint. Meniscal allograft transplant (MAT) has been shown to reduce pain and restore function in patients who remain symptomatic following meniscectomy. The purpose of this study is to evaluate and compare the three-dimensional (3D) strain in native medial menisci compared to allograft-transplanted medial menisci in both the loaded and unloaded states. METHODS: Ten human cadaveric knees underwent medial MAT, utilizing soft-tissue anterior and posterior root fixation via transosseous sutures tied over an anterolateral proximal tibial cortical bone bridge...
July 24, 2018: Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy: Official Journal of the ESSKA
Adriano Marques DE Almeida, Marcelo Bordalo Rodrigues, Marcia Uchôa DE Rezende, André Pedrinelli, Arnaldo José Hernandez
Objective: To clinically and radiologically evaluate patients who received meniscal suture using the outside-in technique, comparing magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), arthro-magnetic resonance imaging (arthro-MRI), and arthro-computed tomography (arthro-CT) to evaluate the healing of meniscal sutures. Methods: We evaluated eight patients with an average follow-up of 15 months. The evaluation analyzed clinical parameters using the Lysholm and IKDC scores as well as MRI, arthro-MRI, and arthro-CT imaging...
May 2018: Acta Ortopedica Brasileira
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