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The Importance of Medial Support in Locked Plating of Proximal Humerus Fractures
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Achieving mechanical support of the inferomedial region of the proximal humerus seems to be important for maintaining fracture reduction, and the presence of medial support had a significant effect on the magnitude of subsequent reduction loss. Expand
Anterior Inferior Iliac Spine Morphology Correlates With Hip Range of Motion: A Classification System and Dynamic Model
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When theAIIS is classified into three variants based on the relationship between the AIIS and the acetabular rim in patients with impingement, Type II and III variants are associated with a decrease in hip flexion and internal rotation, supporting the rationale for considering AIIS decompression for variants that extend to and below the rim. Expand
Anterior inferior iliac spine deformity as an extra-articular source for hip impingement: a series of 10 patients treated with arthroscopic decompression.
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Arthroscopic decompression of a symptomatic AIIS deformity is a reproducible procedure that can provide excellent outcomes at short-term follow-up and may be of particular value in patients with mixed intra- and extra-articular sources of hip dysfunction. Expand
The Development and validation of a self-administered quality-of-life outcome measure for young, active patients with symptomatic hip disease: the International Hip Outcome Tool (iHOT-33).
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The iHOT-33 has been shown to be reliable; shows face, content, and construct validity; and is highly responsive to clinical change; and can be used as a primary outcome measure for prospective patient evaluation and randomized clinical trials. Expand
The Manual Muscle Examination for Rotator Cuff Strength
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This study used four criteria for identifying the optimal manual muscle test for each rotator cuff muscle: maximal activation of the cuff muscle, minimal contribution from involved shoulder synergists, min imal provocation of pain, and good test-retest reli ability. Expand
Diagnosis and management of traumatic and atraumatic hip instability in the athletic patient.
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The spectrum of traumatic and atraumatic hip instability is reviewed and the relevant anatomy, history, and physical examination findings, imaging studies, and treatment options with a focus on hip arthroscopy are discussed. Expand
Iliopsoas Impingement: A Newly Identified Cause of Labral Pathology in the Hip
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The atypical labral injury identified in this study appears to represent a distinct pathological entity, psoas impingement, with an etiology which has not been previously described. Expand
The function of the hip capsular ligaments: a quantitative report.
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The understanding of the independent functions of the hip ligaments will aid in defining accurate assessment and nonsurgical and arthroscopic treatment techniques and can have significant clinical applications. Expand
Making a case for anterior inferior iliac spine/subspine hip impingement: three representative case reports and proposed concept.
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3 representative cases with minimum 1-year follow-up treated with an arthroscopic AIIS decompression of the anterior inferior iliac spine due to impingement against the proximal femur are described. Expand
Hip Injuries and Labral Tears in the National Football League
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Hip injuries represent a small but substantial percentage of injuries that occur in the NFL, and the “sports hip triad” (labral tear, adductor strain, and rectus strain) is described as a common injury pattern in the elite athlete. Expand
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