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  • The new LassoLoop360° technique for biomechanically superior tissue grip. [Journal Article]
  • KSKnee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc 2019 Jun 28
  • Müller S, Flury R, … Rosso C
  • CONCLUSIONS: The LassoLoop360-technique offers superior biomechanical characteristics regarding the tendon-suture-interface compared to the SLL. In the initial healing phase, the suture-tendon-interface is the most vulnerable part of the tendon-suture-anchor construct, the aim of this new technique is to reduce this weakest part of the chain (Ponce et al., Am J Sports Med 39:188-194, 2011). This technique may therefore be beneficial for arthroscopic suprapectoral biceps tenodesis at the entrance of the bicipital groove.
  • Ultrasound Visualization of Torsional Anatomic Changes From External Rotation of the Anterior Shoulder. [Journal Article]
  • JCJ Comput Assist Tomogr 2019 May 06
  • Strakowski JA, Chiou-Tan FY, … Taber KH
  • CONCLUSIONS: External rotation has a considerable effect on the sonographic appearance of the anterior shoulder. Targets used for therapeutic injections, such as the bicipital groove, rotate out of clear view. Some chemodenervation targets, such as the muscle of the subscapularis, can only be accessed with the shoulder in full external rotation. Full external rotation of the shoulder also places torsional stress on some of the anterior shoulder structures, such as the pectorals, which can provide diagnostic clues in certain pathologic conditions.Movement into external rotation changes the sonographic appearance of the anatomic relationships of the anterior shoulder. Knowledge of these torsional changes can have both diagnostic and therapeutic implications.
  • Ultrasound Visualization of Torsional Anatomic Changes From External Rotation of the Anterior Shoulder. [Journal Article]
  • JCJ Comput Assist Tomogr 2019 May/Jun; 43(3):519-523
  • Strakowski JA, Chiou-Tan FY, … Taber KH
  • CONCLUSIONS: External rotation has a considerable effect on the sonographic appearance of the anterior shoulder. Targets used for therapeutic injections, such as the bicipital groove, rotate out of clear view. Some chemodenervation targets, such as the muscle of the subscapularis, can only be accessed with the shoulder in full external rotation. Full external rotation of the shoulder also places torsional stress on some of the anterior shoulder structures, such as the pectorals, which can provide diagnostic clues in certain pathologic conditions.Movement into external rotation changes the sonographic appearance of the anatomic relationships of the anterior shoulder. Knowledge of these torsional changes can have both diagnostic and therapeutic implications.
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