Massimo Tosi

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The purpose of this study was to evaluate and review the functional outcomes after arthroscopic surgery in post-traumatic and degenerative elbow contractures. Between 2004 and 2008, 243 patients with post-traumatic or degenerative elbow stiffness were treated with arthroscopic surgery. A total of 212 patients were reviewed at an average of 58 months(More)
After completion of the diagnostic procedure, the ulnar-sided tear is identified and tear debridement is performed. A 1.5-cm incision is made to isolate the sensory branch of the ulnar nerve. This is made in the region of the 6U portal. The arthroscope is left in the 3-4 portal, and the slotted needle is inserted through the capsule wall, avoiding the(More)
To avoid complications related to the use of patellar tendon and hamstring (semitendinosus and gracilis) tendon and to create a more anatomic reconstruction, we present a new technique based on the use of quadriceps tendon placed in a single half femoral tunnel and double tibial tunnels. The graft, harvested by a central longitudinal incision, possesses the(More)
Loss of motion of the elbow joint is a common finding after elbow trauma. It has been shown that arthroscopic treatment leads to excellent restoration of elbow motion, although it is still a demanding procedure. The aim of our cohort study was to assess clinical outcomes following treatment of posttraumatic elbow stiffness using arthroscopic arthrolysis(More)
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