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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25261286/ipsilateral-free-semitendinosus-tendon-graft-with-interference-screw-fixation-for-minimally-invasive-reconstruction-of-chronic-tears-of-the-achilles-tendon
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N Maffulli, A Del Buono, M Loppini, V Denaro
OBJECTIVE: Minimally invasive ipsilateral semitendinosus reconstruction of large chronic tears aims to be advantageous for the patient in terms of plantar flexion recovery, anthropometric measures, fast return to daily and sport activity, is safe, with low donor site co-morbidities, low risks of wound complications and neurovascular injuries. INDICATIONS: Tendon gaps greater than 6 cm and in cases of revision surgery (rerupture). CONTRAINDICATIONS: Diabetes, vascular diseases, previous anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction using ipsilateral semitendinosus tendon graft...
October 2014: Operative Orthopädie und Traumatologie
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24377482/postero-medial-approach-for-complex-tibial-plateau-injuries-with-a-postero-medial-or-postero-lateral-shear-fragment
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Reshid Berber, Charlotte P Lewis, David Copas, Daren P Forward, Christopher G Moran
This study demonstrates the utility of a modified postero-medial surgical approach to the knee in treating a series of patients with complex tibial plateau injuries with associated postero-medial and postero-lateral shear fractures. Posterior coronal shear fractures are underappreciated and their clinical relevance has recently been characterised. Less-invasive surgery and indirect reduction techniques are inadequate for treating these coronal plane fractures. Our approach includes an inverted 'L'-shaped incision situated within the posterior flexor knee crease, followed by the retraction or incision of the medial head of the gastrocnemius tendon, while protecting the neurovascular structures...
April 2014: Injury
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/20462824/does-combined-posterior-cruciate-ligament-and-posterolateral-corner-reconstruction-for-chronic-posterior-and-posterolateral-instability-restore-normal-knee-function
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A Wajsfisz, P Christel, P Djian
INTRODUCTION: Posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) injuries are frequently associated with posterolateral corner (PLC) damages. These complex lesions are most often poorly tolerated clinically. Adherence to sound biomechanical principles treating these complex lesions entails obtaining a functional PCL and reconstructing sufficient posterolateral stability. HYPOTHESIS: Surgical treatment of postero-posterolateral laxity (PPLL) re-establishes sufficient anatomical integrity to provide stability and satisfactory knee function...
June 2010: Orthopaedics & Traumatology, Surgery & Research: OTSR
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/12893147/computer-based-method-for-the-three-dimensional-kinematic-analysis-of-combined-posterior-cruciate-ligament-and-postero-lateral-complex-reconstructions-on-cadaver-knees
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N Hagemeister, N Duval, L'H Yahia, W Krudwig, U Witzel, J A de Guise
The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of combined posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) and postero-lateral corner (PLC) reconstruction on laxity and three-dimensional kinematics of cadaver knees. We performed anatomical double bundle PCL reconstruction, and functional one bundle 'over-the-bottom' PCL reconstruction combined with one type of PLC reconstruction, running from the postero-lateral tibia to an isometric point near the lateral epicondyle of the femur. Our results showed that combined reconstruction was necessary to restore rotatory laxity...
September 2003: Knee
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/12424038/computer-based-method-for-the-3-d-kinematic-analysis-of-posterior-cruciate-ligament-and-postero-lateral-corner-lesions
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N Hagemeister, N Duval, L'H Yahia, W Krudwig, U Witzel, J A de Guise
Posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) rupture, whether or not combined with postero-lateral corner (PLC) tears, are more often diagnosed today thanks to improved imaging techniques. However, due to the lack of reliable instrumentation to quantitatively evaluate the knee, much is still unknown about the function of these ligamentous structures. The aim of this paper is to present results on the effect of progressive resection of the PCL and PLC on knee laxity and 3-D knee kinematics. The results show that 3-D movement analysis is important and complements laxity measurements by helping to interpret the complex alteration of knee function...
December 2002: Knee
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/11950582/frozen-autografts-an-alternative-to-graft-disposal
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Alex Cowey, T Clough, P Hirst
The use of fresh frozen tendon allografts is a well-documented surgical technique. We present a case where a harvested semitendinosus autograft was preserved by deep-freezing, having abandoned the initial procedure due to infection. After treatment of the infection the graft was subsequently used to reconstruct the postero-lateral corner complex with no deleterious effect at 1 year.
May 2002: Knee
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/11819020/high-tibial-osteotomy-in-knee-instability-the-rationale-of-treatment-and-early-results
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Nitin P Badhe, Ian W Forster
We treated 14 patients having knee instability and varus alignment with tibial osteotomy with or without ligament reconstruction. Five patients with varus angulated anterior cruciate deficiency (double varus) were treated with single-stage closed-wedge tibial osteotomy and anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. The remaining nine patients had varying amount of posterior cruciate and postero-lateral corner ligament injuries with varus angulation (triple varus); six of these patients had a ligament reconstruction using the Ligament Advanced Reconstruction System ligament with tibial osteotomy (intra-articular--posterior cruciate ligament/extra-articular--postero-lateral corner reconstruction), while the remaining three had a tibial osteotomy without a ligament reconstruction...
January 2002: Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy: Official Journal of the ESSKA
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