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(Knee effusion)
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  • Does Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Improve Functional and Radiographic Outcomes Over Nonoperative Management 5 Years After Injury? [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Sports Med 2018 Jun 01; :363546518782698
  • Wellsandt E, Failla MJ, … Snyder-Mackler L
  • CONCLUSIONS: The current findings indicate that favorable outcomes can occur after both operative and nonoperative management approaches with the use of progressive criterion-based rehabilitation. Further study is needed to determine clinical algorithms for identifying the best candidates for surgical versus nonoperative care after ACL injury. These findings provide an opportunity to improve the educational process between patients and clinicians regarding the expected clinical course and long-term outcomes of operative and nonoperative treatment of ACL injuries.
  • Functional and Patient-Reported Outcomes Improve Over the Course of Rehabilitation: A Secondary Analysis of the ACL-SPORTS Trial. [Journal Article]
  • SHSports Health 2018 Jun 01; :1941738118779023
  • Arundale AJH, Capin JJ, … Snyder-Mackler L
  • CONCLUSIONS: The common elements of the training program that all athletes received (10 sessions of progressive strengthening, agility training, plyometrics, and secondary prevention) may be a beneficial addition to the return-to-sport phase of ACL reconstruction rehabilitation. The results suggest that women may require further quadriceps strengthening to maintain and improve QI, an important focus given the relationship between QI and risk for reinjury.During the return-to-sport phase of ACL reconstruction rehabilitation, clinicians tend to shift their focus away from strengthening toward more advanced sports-related tasks. These results indicate that women in particular need continued focus on quadriceps strengthening.
  • [Methods of efficacy assessment of the knee joint radiosynoviorthesis- personal experience]. [Journal Article]
  • WLWiad Lek 2018; 71(1 pt 1):10-16
  • Zwolak R, Majdan M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Conclusions: 90Yttrium RS is effective treatment of recurrent knee joints effusion in patients with RA i SPA. RS despite being local treatment decreases unspecific inflammatory process and systemic disease activity among patients with RA i SPA. The anatomic period of affected knee joints has negative correlation with treatment efficacy. 90Yttrium RS is safe procedure, favourable profile changes of cartilage and bone turn-over markers after therapy indicates protective influence of RS on these structures. The treatment response based on physical examination, subjective patient's evaluation, acute phase laboratory parameter levels and appropriate scores, questionnaires and imaging exams is fast and long-lasting.
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