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Prospective randomized comparison of anatomic single- and double-bundle anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction
Both single- and double- bundle anatomic ACL reconstruction can restore the knee’s stability and functions very well, however, more incidences of poor PL status and medial patellar-femoral cartilage damage may occur in double-bundle ACL reconstruction. Expand
Septic arthritis after arthroscopic anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: a retrospective analysis of incidence, presentation, treatment, and cause.
Septic arthritis after arthroscopic ACL reconstruction is a rare but potentially devastating complication that relies on clinical evaluation, laboratory tests, synovial fluid analysis, and bacterial culture and with early diagnosis and prompt treatment, the infection can be successfully eradicated. Expand
Effect of repeated freezing–thawing on the Achilles tendon of rabbits
Repeated freezing–thawing had histological and biomechanical effect on Achilles tendon in rabbits before allograft tendon transplantation, indicating that cautions should be taken in the repeated freezing– thawing preparation of allografted tendons in clinical application. Expand
Relation of tunnel enlargement and tunnel placement after single-bundle anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
Drilling the femoral tunnel through the medial portal created a lower, more posterior, and less vertical tunnel than drilling through the tibial tunnel, which will result in smaller postoperative tunnel enlargements. Expand
The added value of ABER position for the detection and classification of anteroinferior labroligamentous lesions in MR arthrography of the shoulder.
MR arthrography in ABER position has more added value on detection of Perthes lesions in evaluation of anteroinferior labroligamentous complex tear. Expand
Clinical and structural results of arthroscopic repair of bursal-side partial-thickness rotator cuff tears.
  • J. Xiao, G. Cui
  • Medicine
  • Journal of shoulder and elbow surgery
  • 1 February 2015
Arthroscopic repair of bursal-side PTRCTs achieved good functional and structural outcomes at a minimum of 2 years after surgery, and the clinical scores and retear rates on follow-up MRI were significantly different between the 2 groups. Expand
Changes of histology and capsular collagen in a rat shoulder immobilization model.
Immobilization of the rat shoulder induced synovial hyperplasia of the joint capsule, adhesion of the SSB and an increase of the capsular content of types I and III collagen. Expand
[A randomized comparison of open and arthroscopic Nirschl debridement for refractory lateral epicondylitis].
Both open and arthroscopic Nirschl procedures are valid and reliable treatments for patients with refractory lateral epicondylitis and the patients in the open group have a better function in the return-to work and sports postoperatively than the arthropscopic group. Expand
The protective effect of tetramethylpyrazine on cartilage explants and chondrocytes.
It is demonstrated that T MP has the cartilage and chondroprotective effect, which suggest that TMP could act as an agent for pharmacological intervention in the progress of OA. Expand
The diagnostic value of magnetic resonance imaging for different types of subscapularis lesions
  • Lin Lin, Hui Yan, +5 authors G. Cui
  • Medicine
  • Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy
  • 1 July 2016
The sensitivity of MRI in predicting SSC tears preoperatively was improved with the current procedure and understanding of certain MRI characteristics of SSC Tears could increase the accuracy for diagnosing SSC lesions. Expand