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(Panner disease)
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  • Apophysitis and Osteochondrosis: Common Causes of Pain in Growing Bones. [Journal Article]
    Am Fam Physician 2019; 99(10):610-618Achar S, Yamanaka J
  • Apophysitis and osteochondrosis are common causes of pain in growing bones but have differing etiologies and required management. Apophysitis results from a traction injury to the cartilage and bony attachment of tendons in children and adolescents. Most often it is an overuse injury in children who are growing and have tight or inflexible muscle tendon units. Although apophysitis occurs in upper…
  • Shoulder and Elbow Injuries in the Adolescent Athlete. [Review]
    Sports Med Arthrosc Rev 2016; 24(4):188-194Smucny M, Kolmodin J, Saluan P
  • With the recent increase in youth sports participation and single-sport youth athletes over the past 30 years, there has been an increase in the number of acute and overuse sports injuries in this population. This review focuses on overuse and traumatic injuries of the shoulder and elbow in young athletes. In particular we discuss little league shoulder, glenohumeral internal rotation deficit, gl…
  • Treatment and Diagnosis of Panner's Disease. A Report of Three Cases. [Case Reports]
    Kobe J Med Sci 2015; 61(2):E36-9Sakata R, Fujioka H, … Kurosaka M
  • Avascular necrosis of the humeral capitellum (Panner's disease), a relatively rare disorder in the juvenile. We diagnosed three patients using radiographs and magnetic resonance imaging, who were previously misdiagnosed with osteochondritis dissecans of the humeral capitellum. All patients were successfully treated by restriction of sports activities using the upper extremities. It is often diffi…
  • Osteochondral lesions of the elbow. [Review]
    Semin Musculoskelet Radiol 2013; 17(5):446-54Bancroft LW, Pettis C, … Varich L
  • Osteochondral lesions of the elbow are injuries that disrupt the cartilage and subjacent bone, and they most commonly involve the capitellum. The staging, prognosis, and treatment of osteochondral lesions in the elbow are based on a combination of radiographic, magnetic resonance imaging, and arthroscopic findings. Radiographic staging includes the radiolucent, separation, and free (advanced) sta…
  • MR imaging of the elbow in the injured athlete. [Review]
    Radiol Clin North Am 2013; 51(2):195-213Wenzke DR
  • This article summarizes key MR imaging findings in common athletic elbow injuries including little leaguer's elbow, Panner disease, osteochondritis dissecans, olecranon stress fracture, occult fracture, degenerative osteophyte formation, flexor-pronator strain, ulnar collateral ligament tear, lateral ulnar collateral ligament and radial collateral ligament tear, lateral epicondylitis, medial epic…
  • Osteochondrosis: common causes of pain in growing bones. [Review]
    Am Fam Physician 2011; 83(3):285-91Atanda A, Shah SA, O'Brien K
  • Osteochondrosis is a term used to describe a group of disorders that affect the growing skeleton. These disorders result from abnormal growth, injury, or overuse of the developing growth plate and surrounding ossification centers. The exact etiology of these disorders is unknown, but genetic causes, repetitive trauma, vascular abnormalities, mechanical factors, and hormonal imbalances may all pla…
  • Osteochondritis dissecans of the capitellum: current concepts. [Review]
    J Am Acad Orthop Surg 2010; 18(9):557-67Ruchelsman DE, Hall MP, Youm T
  • Osteochondritis dissecans (OCD) of the capitellum is an uncommon disorder seen primarily in the adolescent overhead athlete. Unlike Panner disease, a self-limiting condition of the immature capitellum, OCD is multifactorial and likely results from microtrauma in the setting of cartilage mismatch and vascular susceptibility. The natural history of OCD is poorly understood, and degenerative joint d…
  • [Arthroscopy of the elbow joint]. [Case Reports]
    Unfallchirurg 2007; 110(11):953-62; quiz 963Witt M, Mittlmeier T
  • Clear indications have been recognised for arthroscopic surgery of the elbow since the 1980s. Good indications are loose bodies, mild or moderate restriction of the range of movement and early stages of rheumatoid arthritis. Cartilage diseases such as Panner disease or focal radial chondropathy can be treated by arthroscopic debridement and microfracturing. Impingement syndromes affecting the lat…
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