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Arthroscopic classification and treatment of lateral epicondylitis: two-year clinical results.
We assessed the clinical utility of 42 arthroscopic releases for lateral epicondylitis in 40 patients (average age, 43 years) with an average of 14 months of symptomatic history before surgery. AtExpand
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Arthroscopic evaluation of acute initial anterior shoulder dislocations
Arthroscopic evaluation of patients with an acute an terior shoulder dislocation was done to identify and classify the intraarticular lesions that might predict re current dislocations. Forty-fiveExpand
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Cost effectiveness of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in young adults.
The cost effectiveness of ligament reconstruction for acute anterior cruciate ligament tears in young adults was compared with the cost effectiveness of nonoperative management. A decision tree wasExpand
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Acute combined posterior cruciate and posterolateral instability of the knee
This report concerns 13 consecutive patients (13 knees) who underwent operative treatment for acute combined posterior cruciate and posterolateral instabil ity due to combined injury to the posteriorExpand
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Lateral epicondylitis.
Satisfactory treatment of lateral epicondylitis results from correct diagnosis followed by a well-controlled operative or nonoperative treatment program. Many options for nonoperative and operativeExpand
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Acute posterolateral rotatory instability of the knee.
We reviewed the clinical records and operative notes of seventeen consecutive patients who were treated by surgical repair for acute posterolateral rotatory instability in order to determine theExpand
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Comparison of Lateral Ankle Ligamentous Reconstruction Procedures
  • S. Liu, C. Baker
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of sports medicine
  • 1 May 1994
The static restraints of various surgical procedures for chronic lateral ankle instability were compared. Forty cadaveric ankles were divided equally into the follow ing five groups: 1) ankles withExpand
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The incidence of Hill-Sachs lesions in initial anterior shoulder dislocations.
We undertook a prospective study using arthroscopy to determine the intraarticular derangement caused by initial anterior shoulder dislocations. Of our 32 patients, 15 (47%) had a grade I, grade II,Expand
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Comparison of Open and Arthroscopically Assisted Rotator Cuff Repairs
  • C. Baker, S. Liu
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of sports medicine
  • 1 January 1995
Open rotator cuff repair has shown reliable results in terms of pain relief and improved shoulder function. Re cently, however, arthroscopically assisted rotator cuff repair has shown promisingExpand
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Arthroscopic treatment of transchondral talar dome fractures.
Flake fractures of the talar dome involving the cartilaginous surface and subchondral bone have been called transchondral talar dome fractures, a term specific for both anatomical and traumaticExpand
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