Youssef Benali

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Labral lesions are a common indication for hip arthroscopy (HA). We report a case of a 49-year-old woman who underwent HA for a long ventrolateral labral tear and exostosis of the lateral acetabular rim. She also presented with moderate hip dysplasia. The acetabular labrum was resected from the ventral to the lateral aspect; in addition, the exostosis of(More)
The primary somatosensory cortex (SI) retains its capability for cortical reorganization after injury or differential use into adulthood. The plastic response of SI cells to peripheral stimulation is characterized by extension of cortical representations accompanied by changes of the receptive field size of neurons. We used intracortical microstimulation(More)
Tibiotalocalcaneal arthrodesis is still considered the reference standard therapy for salvage of severe osteoarthritic deformities of the ankle and hindfoot. Because of the unique anatomy and biomechanics of the ankle, even minor injuries can progress to end-stage osteoarthritis over time. This can be debilitating to patients' general health and physiologic(More)
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