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26 results
  • Corrigendum. [Journal Article]
    Am J Sports Med 2018; 46(8):NP40
  • Blasiak A, Whyte GP, Matlak A, Brzóska R, Sadlik B. Morphologic properties of cartilage lesions in the knee arthroscopically prepared by the standard curette technique are inferior to lesions prepared by specialized chondrectomy instruments. Am J Sports Med. 2018;46(4):908-914. (Original DOI: 10.1177/0363546517745489) There is an error in the Abstract of this article. The Conclusion of the Abstra…
  • Chondrectomy--Review of Surgical Instrumentation and its Effectiveness. [Review]
    Ortop Traumatol Rehabil 2015 Jul-Aug; 17(4):333-42Puszkarz M, Sadlik B, Solecki A
  • CONCLUSIONS: 1. In open chondrectomies, the most frequently used instruments are open bone curettes and scalpels. 2. Of all instrumentation presented in this review, this combination ensures the highest precision, as required by Steadman's criteria, of debriding the edges and bottom of a chondral defect. 3. In arthroscopic procedure, a shaver and an open bone curette is the most frequently used combination. 4. None of the instruments and their combinations used in arthroscopic procedure ensures debridement of the defect in compliance with Steadman's recommendations.
  • Sub-axillary access with the use of costal cartilages articulated bars for correction of pectus carinatum. [Case Reports]
    Interact Cardiovasc Thorac Surg 2013; 16(2):209-10Andreetti C, D'Andrilli A, … Rendina EA
  • We describe an original technique for correction of pectus carinatum (PC) through a limited sub-axillary incision by chondrectomy and the use of costal cartilages articulated bars to stabilize the chest wall. We have developed this technique in order to improve the cosmetic results in the surgical treatment of even complex sterno-chondral deformities. The surgical incision is made along the later…
  • [Surgical treatment of the knee osteoarthritis]. [Review]
    Reumatizam 2005; 52(2):52-5Haspl M
  • Surgical treatment of initial osteoarthritis consists of palliative arthroscopic operation, joint toilet, arthroscopic lavage, chondrectomy, meniscectomy, sinovyectomy, meniscus toilet, abrasion arthroplasty, microfracture, mosaicplasty, transplantation of autologic chondrocytes. To cure deviation of axis it is proposed corrective osteotomy in pre-osteoarthritis phase. Partial or total arthroplas…
  • A clunking knee with an unusual cause in an adolescent: a case report. [Case Reports]
    Acta Orthop Belg 2004; 70(4):377-9Sharma DK, Goswani V, Bhatts K
  • The authors report an unusual case of a chondral lesion in the knee joint in an adolescent. The lesion produced a clunk in the knee joint on flexion. A low-resolution MRI scan failed to image the lesion. Arthroscopy revealed a unique shape of chondral flap from the weight bearing surface of the lateral femoral condyle, which resembled a meniscal bucket handle tear. Chondrectomy resolved all the s…
  • [Minimally invasive video thoracoscopic correction of pectus excavatum]. [Journal Article]
    Arch Bronconeumol 2002; 38(8):392-5Santana Rodríguez N, Hernández Rodríguez H, … Varela Ugarte A
  • Pectus excavatum, the most common congenital deformity of the chest wall, has esthetic, psychological and social repercussions as well as a slight impact on pulmonary function. Treatment is surgical and is carried out for esthetic purposes in most cases. The most commonly applied surgical technique is based on the one originally described by Ravitch: sub-perichondrial, bilateral chondrectomy and …
  • Arthroscopic chondrectomy as a treatment of cartilage lesions. [Clinical Trial]
    Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc 2002; 10(1):6-9Angermann P, Harager K, Tobin LL
  • Although favorable effects of débridement with chondrectomy and drilling or abrasion have been reported in treating of cartilage lesions in the knee joint; however, in most cases an additional intervention is generally performed during arthroscopy. We studied 53 consecutive patients with solitary chondral lesions in the weight-bearing part of the knee and treated 86 cartilage lesions by arthrosco…
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