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The anatomy of the medial part of the knee.
BACKGROUND While the anatomy of the medial part of the knee has been described qualitatively, quantitative descriptions of the attachment sites of the main medial knee structures have not beenExpand
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An Analysis of an Anatomical Posterolateral Knee Reconstruction
Background To date, no surgical technique to treat posterolateral knee instability anatomically reconstructs the 3 major static stabilizing structures of the posterolateral knee: the fibularExpand
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The Posterolateral Attachments of the Knee
Background: Quantitative descriptions of the attachment sites of the main posterolateral knee structures have not been performed. Purpose: To qualitatively and quantitatively determine the anatomicExpand
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Diagnosis and treatment of posterolateral knee injuries.
Posterolateral knee injuries can be very debilitating. It is important to understand the complex anatomy and pertinent diagnostic tests to properly treat posterolateral knee injuries. The fibularExpand
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A prospective magnetic resonance imaging study of the incidence of posterolateral and multiple ligament injuries in acute knee injuries presenting with a hemarthrosis.
PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to determine whether the incidence of posterolateral knee injuries, as well as other concurrent knee ligament injuries, could be obtained from a prospectiveExpand
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Force Measurements on the Fibular Collateral Ligament, Popliteofibular Ligament, and popliteus Tendon to Applied Loads
Background Little information is known about the forces seen on the main individual structures of the posterolateral knee to applied loads. This information is needed to determine which structuresExpand
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The anatomy of the posterior aspect of the knee. An anatomic study.
BACKGROUND The orthopaedic literature contains relatively little quantitative information regarding the anatomy of the posterior aspect of the knee. The purpose of the present study was to provide aExpand
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The Magnetic Resonance Imaging Appearance of Individual Structures of the Posterolateral Knee
The purpose of this study was to contrast the magnetic resonance imaging appearance of uninjured components of the posterolateral knee with that of injured structures, and to assess the accuracy ofExpand
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Mechanical Properties of the Posterolateral Structures of the Knee
Background The individual biomechanical strength properties of the fibular collateral ligament, popliteofibular ligament, and popliteus tendon have not been well elucidated by previous studies. ToExpand
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The Effects of Grade III Posterolateral Knee Complex Injuries on Anterior Cruciate Ligament Graft Force
To determine if untreated grade III injuries of the posterolateral structures contribute to increased force on an anterior cruciate ligament graft, we measured the force in the graft in cadavericExpand
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