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Femoral biceps rupture

Lei Sun, Zhi-jie Ning, Hui Zhang, Min Tian, Tin-min Ning
OBJECTIVE: To explore the clinical characteristic of the multiple-ligament injured knee and evaluate the protocol, technique and outcome of treatment for the multiple-ligament injured knee. METHODS: From October 2001 to March 2005, 9 knees with combined anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) tears in 9 patients were identified with clinical and arthroscopic examinations. Of them, 5 knees were combined with ruptures of posteromedial corner (PMC) and medial collateral ligament (MCL), 4 with disruptions of posterolateral corner (PLC), 2 with popliteal vascular injuries and 1 with peroneal nerve injuries...
December 2006: Chinese Journal of Traumatology, Zhonghua Chuang Shang za Zhi
K L Pan, F Ting
A rare case of an isolated rupture of the biceps femoris tendon at its insertion to the femoral head is presented. Delayed surgical repair has not been previously reported. In this patient, a successful repair was carried out four months after the injury.
September 2000: Medical Journal of Malaysia
G Ross, A W Chapman, A R Newberg, A D Scheller
Clinical evaluation of posterolateral complex injuries of the knee can be difficult. To determine if magnetic resonance imaging can assist in decision-making in the treatment of posterolateral complex injuries, six consecutive patients with acute posterolateral knee trauma were imaged preoperatively with standard magnetic resonance imaging sequences. Magnetic resonance imaging findings were then correlated with results of examination under anesthesia or open lateral reconstruction. There were five complete lateral complex injuries (grade III) and one partial tear...
July 1997: American Journal of Sports Medicine
D U Choffray
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October 1988: Acta Belgica. Medica Physica
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