Alberto Guardoli

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Double contrast arthrography, under fluoroscopic control, is a technically simple procedure with a high degree of diagnostic accuracy. The Authors performed 95 arthrographies in patients with suspect meniscal lesion, making a correct diagnosis of 84 (94%) out of 89 cases undergone surgical intervention. They conclude giving the indications to arthrographic(More)
PURPOSE the aim of this study was to evaluate preliminary clinical and radiographic results of arthroscopic treatment of cam-type femoroacetabular impingement (FAI). METHODS thirty-eight patients underwent hip arthroscopy for cam-type FAI between 2009 and 2012. Preoperative assessment was based on clinical examination, modified Harris Hip Score (mHHS) and(More)
The importance of the lateral meniscus in weight bearing, distribution of force, shock absorption, articular cartilage protection, proprioception, stabilization of the joint, and joint lubrication is well known. Surgeons currently agree on the importance of preserving the menisci. Different suture techniques have been standardized. These include outside-in,(More)
BACKGROUND About 4% of glenohumeral dislocations are posterior and only 1% is associated with fracture of the humeral head. Most frequent causes are high energy traumas, seizures and electrocution. The fracture and the posterior dislocation, associated with the trauma and capsular lesion can cause an important vascular damage of the humeral head. METHODS(More)
Cortico-spongious autoplastic bone grafts have in reconstructive hand surgery several precise indications. Bone infusion is certain if the technique used is appropriated permitting the cosmetic and functional recovery of the corresponding digital ray. The indications are: post-traumatic non-union, great loss of bone, bone neoplasm. The authors basing their(More)
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