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(American Journal of Sports Medicine[TA])
8,146 results
  • Rotator Cuff Repair in Adolescent Athletes. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Sports Med 2018 Feb 01; :363546517752919
  • Azzam MG, Dugas JR, … Cain EL
  • CONCLUSIONS: Surgical repair of high-grade partial-thickness and complete rotator cuff tears yielded successful outcomes among adolescents, with excellent functional outcomes at midterm follow-up. However, overhead athletes may have difficulty playing the same position after surgery.
  • Lateral Augmentation Procedures in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Anatomic, Biomechanical, Imaging, and Clinical Evidence. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Sports Med 2018 Feb 01; :363546517751140
  • Weber AE, Zuke W, … Cole BJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Histologically, the ALL appears to be a distinct structure that can be identified with advanced imaging techniques. Biomechanical evidence suggests that the anterolateral structures of the knee, including the ALL, contribute to minimizing anterolateral rotational instability. Cadaveric studies of combined ACLR-LET procedures demonstrated overconstraint of the knee; however, these findings have yet to be reproduced in the clinical literature. The current indications for LET augmentation in the setting of ACLR and the effect on knee kinematic and joint preservation should be the subject of future research.
  • Patellar Tendon Repair Augmentation With a Knotless Suture Anchor Internal Brace: A Biomechanical Cadaveric Study. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Sports Med 2018 Feb 01; :363546517751916
  • Rothfeld A, Pawlak A, … Paci JM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Patellar tendon repair augmented with SAIB is biomechanically superior to repair without augmentation and is equivalent to repair with augmentation with an 18-gauge stainless steel cerclage wire.This novel patellar tendon repair augmentation is equivalent to standard 18-gauge wire augmentation at time zero. It does not require a second surgery for removal, and it is biomechanically superior to primary repair alone.
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