Sohrab Keyhani

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BACKGROUND Antero-medial portal (AMP) and trans-tibial (TT) techniques are the most widely used methods for drilling femoral tunnel in ACL reconstructions; yet, debate continues about the preferred method. This study seeks to compare these 2 techniques in patients with ACL tears. MATERIAL/METHODS In this comparative study, all cases of isolated ACL(More)
BACKGROUND Most patients undergoing outpatient surgeries have the unpleasant experience of high level pain after surgery. Compared with open surgeries, arthroscopic procedures are less painful; however, inadequate pain management could be associated with significant concerns. Opioids alone or in combination with local anesthetics are frequently used for(More)
A rare and devastating complication following anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) revision reconstruction is femoral fracture. A 35-year old male soccer player with a history of ACL tear from one year ago, who underwent arthroscopic ACL reconstruction and functioned well until another similar injury caused ACL re-rupture. Revision of ACL reconstruction was(More)
BACKGROUND Despite the introduction of different techniques for meniscal repair, no single procedure is superior in all situations. The new method for meniscal repair named "modified outside-in technique" aims to achieve higher primary fixation strength by an alternative suture technique as well as avoid disadvantages of outside-in, inside-out, and(More)
PURPOSE To determine the intra- and inter-session reliability of balance and cognitive performance in anterior cruciate ligament-deficient (ACLD) and ACL-reconstructed (ACLR) and matched athletes. METHODS Using SMART EquiTest, recovery reactions of the groups were assessed during single-leg standing, following medium and large forward perturbations with(More)
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