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The Resistant Frozen Shoulder: Manipulation Versus Arthroscopic Release
Frozen shoulder is often a self-limited disease, but approximately 10% of patients have long-term problems. Arthroscopy was done in 40 patients with persistent pain, stiffness, and functional lossExpand
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Outcomes of arthroscopic "Remplissage": capsulotenodesis of the engaging large Hill-Sachs lesion
BackgroundA Hill-Sachs lesion of the humeral head after a shoulder dislocation is clinically insignificant in most cases. However, a sizable defect will engage with the anterior rim of the glenoidExpand
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Posterior portals for arthroscopic surgery of the knee.
Posterolateral and posteromedial portals are necessary for certain arthroscopic procedures of the knee. Many surgeons hesitate to use portals. A cadaveric study was performed to identify theExpand
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Arthroscopic rotator cuff repair: clinical outcome of 607 patients
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the clinical results of rotator cuff tendon tears treated by arthroscopic repair with suture anchors. This prospective study included a cohort of 607Expand
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Comparison of isometric and anatomical graft placement in synthetic ACL reconstructions: A pilot study
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This study has determined the isometric region using three-dimensional analysis relative to the Radiographic-Quadrant. Expand
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How should we treat patients who wake up with a stroke? A review of recent advances in management of acute ischemic stroke☆,☆☆
&NA; Acute ischemic strokes account for 85% of all strokes and are the fifth leading cause of mortality in the United States. About one in five of all ischemic strokes occur during sleep and are notExpand
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Female with abdominal pain
A previously healthy 51-year-old woman presented to the emergency department with severe abdominal pain. The pain progressively worsened after she had a routine colonoscopy performed earlier in theExpand
ARTHROSCOPIC SURGERY FOR AC JOINT INJURIES – IS THERE A ROLE?
Introduction: Acromioclavicular (AC) joint injuries are common in both the sporting and working populations. Most injuries are grade I in severity and settle with an appropriate non-operativeExpand
DYNAMIC ASSESSMENT OF FOOTPRINT PROPERTIES OF ROTATOR CUFF REPAIRS DURING PASSIVE ARM MOVEMENT: PERILOUSLY LOW LEVELS OCCUR WITH SINGLE VERSUS DOUBLE-ROW REPAIRS
This study looks at the dynamic tendon-to-bone contact properties of rotator cuff (RC) repairs—comparing single row repairs (SRR) with double row transosseous- equivalent (TOE) repairs. It wasExpand
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