Christopher Y. Kweon

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BACKGROUND Rotator cuff tears are a common shoulder disorder resulting in significant disability to patients and financial burden on the health care system. While both surgical and nonsurgical management are accepted treatment options, there is a paucity of data to support a treatment algorithm for care providers. Defining variables to guide treatment(More)
BACKGROUND ACL injuries in preteens and teens are common occurrences. Reconstruction is believed to be optimum treatment for those wishing to return to running, cutting, and jumping sports. Rates of reoperation, satisfaction, and long-term return to and maintenance of preinjury activity after ACL reconstruction in young athletes are important information(More)
Multiple ligament knee injuries, although rare, are severe injuries that often result in the loss of the passive and active knee stabilizers as well as often being associated with the compromise of neurovascular structures. Treatment of these injuries is controversial, and results after surgery are often poor. After sustaining injuries to multiple(More)
» Six radiographic views of the hip (anteroposterior and false-profile radiographs of the pelvis, cross-table and frog-leg lateral radiographs of the proximal part of the femur, and 45° and 90° Dunn lateral radiographs of the hip) should be made for accurate characterization of cam morphology for preoperative planning and can be repeated intraoperatively(More)
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