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Arthroscopic Transtibial Posterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction with Preservation of Posterior Cruciate Ligament Fibers
Preserving the original posterior cruciate ligament fibers in the reconstruction will contribute significantly to the posterior stability of the knee joint, healing of the graft, and prevention of graft failure. Expand
Correlation between magnetic resonance imaging and clinical impairment in patients with adhesive capsulitis
MRI can be a useful technique to assess several clinical impairment measures in patients with adhesive capsulitis, and thickness and gadolinium enhancement of the joint capsule in the axillary recess on MRI are associated with limited ROM and pain. Expand
Results of terrible triads in the elbow: the advantage of primary restoration of medial structure
The present operative procedures restoring all damaged lateral and medial structures through the lateral and the medial windows provided satisfactory clinical and radiological outcomes and are recommended for patients with terrible triad injury. Expand
Accuracy of soft tissue balancing in TKA: comparison between navigation-assisted gap balancing and conventional measured resection
Navigation-assisted soft tissue balancing in TKA reduced not only the postoperative alignment outlier, but also the medial gap difference and achieved a more rectangular flexion and extension gap compared with conventional TKA. Expand
Brachial Artery Aneurysm Rupture in a Patient with Neurofibromatosis: A Case Report
A case of 35-year-old woman with neurofibromatosis who presented with a swollen and tender mass around her right arm and died on day 4, finding the brachial artery abutting the aneurysm was irreparable and was resected. Expand
Painful Jerk Test: A Predictor of Success in Nonoperative Treatment of Posteroinferior Instability of the Shoulder
The purposes of this study were to evaluate the presence or absence of pain with the jerk test as a predictor of the success of nonoperative treatment for posteroinferior instability of the shoulderExpand
Sonographically Guided Tendon Sheath Injections Are More Accurate Than Blind Injections
This cadaveric study evaluated the accuracy and safety of blind and sonographically guided tendon sheath injections inTrigger finger to precisely mapped the locations of material injected into the tendon she Heath. Expand
Intra-articular Repair of an Isolated Partial Articular-Surface Tear of the Subscapularis Tendon
Arthroscopic intra-articular repair of a partial articular-surface tear of the subscapularis tendon is an effective procedure that spares the intact tendon attachment in the bursal surface and short-term outcomes were reliable by both objective and subjective measurements. Expand
What Is the Critical Value of Glenoid Bone Loss at Which Soft Tissue Bankart Repair Does Not Restore Glenohumeral Translation, Restricts Range of Motion, and Leads to Abnormal Humeral Head Position?
Glenoid defects of 15% or more of the largest anteroposterior glenoid width should be considered the critical bone loss amount at which soft tissue repair cannot restore glenohumeral translation, restricts rotational range of motion, and leads to abnormal humeral head position. Expand
The Kim Test
The Kim test is a reliable diagnostic test for detection of a posteroinferior labral lesion of the shoulder and the jerk test was more sensitive in detecting a predominantly posterior labralLesion. Expand