RHEUMATOLOGY

Developmental Anatomy of the ACL and Knee

Jan 18, 2018 by in RHEUMATOLOGY Comments Off on Developmental Anatomy of the ACL and Knee

Fig. 3.1 Dissected 8-year-old male, left pediatric knee, showing an intact ACL with femoral origin (a) and tibial (b) insertion sites. Published with kind permission of © Kevin Shea 2017….

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ACL Reconstruction Using Epiphyseal Tunnels

Jan 18, 2018 by in RHEUMATOLOGY Comments Off on ACL Reconstruction Using Epiphyseal Tunnels

Fig. 13.1 The femoral guide. The handle of the guide should be elevated approximately 35–40° to avoid damaging the lateral collateral ligament and popliteus tendon during reaming (Copyright 2013 OrthoPediatrics…

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Femoral Physeal Sparing/Transphyseal Tibial (Hybrid) Technique for ACL Reconstruction in Skeletally Immature Athletes

Jan 18, 2018 by in RHEUMATOLOGY Comments Off on Femoral Physeal Sparing/Transphyseal Tibial (Hybrid) Technique for ACL Reconstruction in Skeletally Immature Athletes

Fig. 15.1 Radiographs revealing representative images of patients with bone ages of 6–14. (a) Bone age of 6: Micheli–Kocher intra-articular extra-articular procedure. (b) Bone age of 8: Anderson all-epiphyseal procedure,…

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The Pediatric ACL: Tibial Spine Fracture

Jan 18, 2018 by in RHEUMATOLOGY Comments Off on The Pediatric ACL: Tibial Spine Fracture

Fig. 20.1 Top down view of the tibial plateau demonstrating ligament insertions of the ACL anterior and PCL posterior as well as simulated fracture pattern demonstrating potential sources of entrapment:…

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