Continuous Meniscal Suture Technique of the Knee
Publication date: Available online 14 May 2020Source: Arthroscopy TechniquesAuthor(s): José Leonardo Rocha de Faria, Douglas Mello Pavão, Alfredo Marques Villardi, Eduardo Branco de Sousa, João Matheus Guimarães, José Maurício de Morais Carmo, Alan de Paula Mozella
To describe the national rates of failed primary rotator cuff repair (RCR) requiring revision repair, using numerous patient characteristics previously defined in orthopaedic literature, including smoking history, diabetes mellitus (DM), hyperlipidemia (HLD), vitamin D deficiency, and osteoporosis to determine which factors independently affect the success of primary RCR.
Conditions: the Posterolateral Structure of the Knee Joint; Arthroscopy; Anatomical Reconstruction Intervention: Procedure: Arthroscopic anatomical reconstruction of the posterolateral structure of the knee Sponsor: Peking University Third Hospital Recruiting
Condition: Rotator Cuff Tears Interventions: Drug: Liposomal bupivacaine; Drug: Bupivacaine with Dexamethasone Solution Sponsor: University of Pennsylvania Recruiting
AbstractTriangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) lesions are a common cause of ulnar wrist pain. Data, including mental status assessment, were prospectively collected from patients who underwent arthroscopy. The HADS was used to assess the prevalence of depression and anxiety. Patients with degenerative TFCC lesions were at an increased risk of anxiety and depression. Early screening for anxiety and depression in degenerative TFCC lesions patients should be recommended.
ConclusionThe results of this small series suggest that excellent results can be achieved with UKR for selected patients with medial osteoarthritis in a PCL deficient knee that was functioning well before the osteoarthritis developed. On the basis of this a larger study should be undertaken. Until more results are available PCL deficiency should be considered a relative contra-indication to UKR.Level of evidenceIV.
ConclusionThe study demonstrates significantly lower IMP values in the posterior and lateral compartments compared to the anterior compartments. These findings suggest a lowering of the IMP 1 min post-exercise cut-off value for diagnosing CECS in the lateral and both posterior compartments, which may lead to improved treatment of patients with suspected CECS in the lower leg.Level of evidenceLevel II.
Condition: Shoulder; Dislocation, Chronic Interventions: Procedure: Bristow surgery fixed by the screw; Procedure: Bristow surgery fixed by the suture button Sponsor: Peking University Third Hospital Completed
Conditions: Ankle Injuries; Ligament Injury; Joint Instability; Deltoid Ligament; Sprain (Strain) (Ankle); Talofibular Ligament Tear Intervention: Procedure: Arthroscopic Brostrom combined with Arthroscopic Deltoid Repair Sponsor: Federal University of São Paulo Not yet recruiting
Condition: Rotator Cuff Tear Repair Interventions: Other: Standard rehabilitation program; Other: Early rehabilitation program Sponsor: Borja Alcobía-Díaz MD, PhD Not yet recruiting