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Acute Lateral and Posterolateral Injury

Feb 22, 2017 by in SPORT MEDICINE Comments Off on Acute Lateral and Posterolateral Injury

Fig. 4.1 Coronal MRI showing significant disruption to the posterolateral corner structures (This image was published in Miller et al. [6], with permission) MRI scans are obtained on almost all…

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Anatomy and Biomechanics

Feb 22, 2017 by in SPORT MEDICINE Comments Off on Anatomy and Biomechanics

Fig. 2.1 (a, b) Superficial medial collateral ligament and posterior oblique ligament, sMCL: superficial medial collateral ligament; MR: medial retinaculum; OPL: oblique posterior ligament; SM: semimembranosus tendon; VMO: vastus medialis…

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Surgical Approach to Chronic Medial Injury

Feb 22, 2017 by in SPORT MEDICINE Comments Off on Surgical Approach to Chronic Medial Injury

Fig. 5.1 Bony landmarks and ligament attachment sites. GT gastrocnemius tubercle, AT adductor tubercle, POL posterior oblique ligament, SMCL superficial medial collateral ligament, ME medial epicondyle, DMCL deep medial collateral…

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What Is New in Knee Surgery?

Feb 22, 2017 by in SPORT MEDICINE Comments Off on What Is New in Knee Surgery?

Roberto Rossi and Fabrizio Margheritini (eds.)Knee Ligament Injuries2014Extraarticular Surgical Techniques10.1007/978-88-470-5513-1_1 © Springer Verlag Italia 2014 1. What Is New in Knee Surgery? Matthew J. Boyle1   and Dean C. Taylor1   (1) Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Duke University, 280 Frank Bassett…

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Complete Rotator Cuff Tears

Dec 26, 2016 by in SPORT MEDICINE Comments Off on Complete Rotator Cuff Tears

Complete Rotator Cuff Tears WESTERN WISDOM You can cut your throat with a sharp tongue! Rotator cuff tears are one of the most common disorders in shoulder practice. Despite a…

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Partial-thickness Rotator Cuff Tears

Dec 26, 2016 by in SPORT MEDICINE Comments Off on Partial-thickness Rotator Cuff Tears

Partial-thickness Rotator Cuff Tears WESTERN WISDOM Suspicion ain’t proof. Partial-thickness rotator cuff tears are a common cause of pain and disability in the adult shoulder. Despite this, the indications for…

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The Acromioclavicular Joint

Dec 26, 2016 by in SPORT MEDICINE Comments Off on The Acromioclavicular Joint

The Acromioclavicular Joint WESTERN WISDOM The man who knows the least repeats it the most. The acromioclavicular (AC) joint often gets overshadowed by the more glorious glenohumeral articulation. While its…

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The Biceps Tendon

Dec 26, 2016 by in SPORT MEDICINE Comments Off on The Biceps Tendon

The Biceps Tendon WESTERN WISDOM Some folks can’t see no higher than the steam from their own pot of stew. The biceps tendon has long been considered a potential cause…

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