Tal S David

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BACKGROUND Successful tenodesis of the proximal biceps relies on accurate reproduction of the native length-tension relationship of the long head of the biceps (LHB). While open tenodesis procedures can reproduce this relationship by referencing the position of the LHB musculotendinous junction (MTJ) to a visible anatomic landmark, arthroscopic(More)
Tenodesis is an accepted treatment option in the management of pathology involving the long head of the biceps (LHB). Among the common causes for revision surgery after tenodesis are residual pain within the bicipital groove, cramping, early biceps fatigue, and biceps deformity. Most technical descriptions of arthroscopic biceps tenodesis involve fixation(More)
The orthopaedic treatment of hyper-kyphosis should not be unique. If the principles of treatment are different in relation with the thoracic or thoraco-lumbar localisation of the apex of the deformity, it is necessary to distinguish for the middle thoracic curve two types of patients: these in whom the kyphosis and the lordosis are balanced (the cast must(More)
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