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Achilles Tendinopathy: Current Concepts about the Basic Science and Clinical Treatments
TLDR
There are variable conservative and surgical treatment options for Achilles tendinopathy, however, there has not been a gold standard of these treatments because of the controversial clinical results between various studies.
Activity Level and Function 2 Years After Anterior Talofibular Ligament Repair: A Comparison Between Arthroscopic Repair and Open Repair Procedures
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Arthroscopic ATFL repair, as a minimally invasive technique, provided favorable outcomes when compared with open lateral ankle repair, and arthroscopy of lateral ankle ligament when feasible produced similarly favorable outcomes.
Correlation Analysis of Potential Factors Influencing Graft Maturity After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
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The graft SNQ value had a significant positive correlation with physical activity level and a significant negative correlation with postoperative time in this study, which may be a cause for concern.
Difference in Postural Control Between Patients With Functional and Mechanical Ankle Instability
TLDR
As MAI patients suffer from deficits in postural control, balance training should be applied in those patients, and special training should also include the contralateral side after a unilateral ankle ligament injured.
The improvement of postural control in patients with mechanical ankle instability after lateral ankle ligaments reconstruction
TLDR
Postural control was improved by reconstructing the lateral ligaments by confirming that lateral ligament reconstruction could improve postural control in patients with mechanical ankle instability.
MRI Identification of the Fibular and Talus Position in Patients with Mechanical Ankle Instability.
TLDR
The conclusion was that the patients with MAI have more of an internally rotated talus than a variation of fibular position, which is measured in relation to the medial malleolar.
[Prospective study on anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with preserving remnant anterior cruciate ligament by allograft ligament].
TLDR
The tibial remnant should be preserved as more as possible during the ACL reconstruction, which can decrease leakage of synovial fluid, help to heal and improve the function of knee joint.
MRI-based ACL graft maturity does not predict clinical and functional outcomes during the first year after ACL reconstruction
TLDR
The MRI-based graft maturity does not have the ability to predict clinical and functional outcomes in patients at the first-year follow-up, and graft maturity should not be used as an objective test to determine the appropriate time to return to sports during the first year after ACL reconstruction.
Delayed Early Passive Motion Is Harmless to Shoulder Rotator Cuff Healing in a Rabbit Model
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Immediate postoperative immobilization led to better tendon-bones healing than immediate postoperative mobilization, and under immobilization, early passive motion was harmless to tendon-bone healing in this study.
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