Lyall J Ashberg

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Most surgeons create a T-shaped or interportal capsulotomy to ensure good visibility when performing hip arthroscopy. This entails transecting the iliofemoral ligament, which may or may not be repaired at the end of the procedure. Cases of iatrogenic hip instability and pain after hip arthroscopy suggest that the iliofemoral ligament plays a crucial role in(More)
BACKGROUND Arthroscopic surgery in borderline dysplastic hips remains controversial, but the role of the ligamentum teres (LT) has not been studied in this setting. HYPOTHESIS Borderline dysplastic patients with LT tears have worse short-term outcomes than those without LT tears. STUDY DESIGN Cohort study; Level of evidence, 3. METHODS Data were(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate femoral head-neck bone regrowth and PROs in skeletally immature patients that underwent arthroscopic femoroplasties over a minimum 2-year period. METHODS Eleven skeletally immature hips (10 patients) with open femoral head physes underwent femoroplasty between October 2008 and November 2013. Inclusion criteria were minimum 2-year(More)
BACKGROUND Pain management after total hip arthroplasty is well studied. Nevertheless, there is no consensus regarding the "cocktail" to use in periarticular infiltration (PAI). Liposomal bupivacaine (LB) is a slow release local anesthetic that can be infiltrated during surgery. In this study, we compared LB to bupivacaine hydrochloride (HCL). METHODS(More)
BACKGROUND The arthroscopic management of hip dysplasia has been controversial and has historically demonstrated mixed results. Studies on patients with borderline dysplasia, emphasizing the importance of the labrum and capsule as secondary stabilizers, have shown improvement in patient-reported outcomes (PROs). Purpose/Hypothesis: The purpose was to assess(More)
BACKGROUND Hip arthroscopy has been shown to be effective in managing various hip pathologies, including labral tears in adolescent patients. The purpose of this study was to ascertain whether outcomes of hip arthroscopy in patients under the age of 18 treated for labral tears differ depending on whether the presentation was acute or chronic. We also(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate the minimum 2-year postoperative clinical outcomes and the rate of return to sports in athletes who underwent capsular plication for the treatment of ligamentous laxity and/or borderline dysplasia during hip arthroscopy for the treatment of femoroacetabular impingement and labral pathology. METHODS Since 2008, data were prospectively(More)
PURPOSE To compare the minimum 2-year outcomes and return to sports in competitive athletes after arthroscopic iliopsoas fractional lengthening (IFL) and treatment for femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) to competitive athletes treated for FAI who did not undergo IFL. METHODS Data were prospectively collected and retrospectively reviewed between November(More)