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Difficult elbow fractures: pearls and pitfalls.
Patterns of injury predict associated injuries and instability as well as surgical approach and treatment of complex elbow fractures are predicted. Expand
The Unstable Elbow*†
The pathoanatomy of an elbow dislocation can be thought of as a disruption of the circle of soft tissue or bone that begins on the lateral side of the elbow and progresses to the medial side in three stages, which permits posterior dislocation by a posterolateral rotatory mechanism. Expand
Complications of Repair of the Distal Biceps Tendon with the Modified Two-Incision Technique*†
Most of the morbidity from repair of the distal biceps tendon can be attributed primarily to a delay in the timing of the repair and secondarily to an extensive anterior exposure. Expand
Durability of regenerated articular cartilage produced by free autogenous periosteal grafts in major full-thickness defects in joint surfaces under the influence of continuous passive motion. A
An autogenous graft of tibial periosteum was sutured to the base of a five by ten-millimeter full-thickness defect in the patellar groove of each of forty-five adolescent rabbits to analyzed macroscopically, histologically, histochemically, and biochemically one year postoperatively. Expand
Elbow subluxation and dislocation. A spectrum of instability.
If valgus stability in pronation is demonstrated, the AMCL can be assumed to be intact, and rehabilitation in a hinged cast-brace with the elbow in full pronation can be commenced immediately. Expand
Surgical treatment of distal triceps ruptures.
It is believed that early surgical repair, within three weeks after the injury, is the treatment of choice for distal triceps tendon ruptures and when the diagnosis is in doubt immediately after an injury, the patient should be followed closely and reexamined after the swelling and pain have diminished. Expand
Radiographic assessment of ingrowth total shoulder arthroplasty.
Sixty-two primary ingrowth total shoulder arthroplasties, performed between 1989 and 1992 and with a minimum radiographic and clinical follow-up of 2 years or until the time of revision surgery, were reviewed to determine whether a component was radiographically "at risk" for clinical component loosening. Expand
Classification and evaluation of recurrent instability of the elbow.
The clinical presentation, diagnosis, radiographic features, mechanism, pathologic changes, and treatment of elbow instability are understood better now. Elbow instability can be classified accordingExpand
The healing and regeneration of articular cartilage.
  • S. O’Driscoll
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American…
  • 1998
Complications of elbow arthroscopy.
The results indicate that the prevalence of temporary or minor complications following elbow arthroscopy may be greater than previously reported, and serious or permanent complications were uncommon. Expand