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Knee Ligament Injuries in Children

2021-04-12T09:24:20-06:00

Ligament injuries in the knee is uncommon in children under fourteen, due to the greater resiliency and strength of the ligaments. Nine children who had open physes and ligament injuries of the knee where studied. These children were studied pre and post-operatively.

Knee Ligament Injuries in Children2021-04-12T09:24:20-06:00

Instability of the Subtalar Joint

2021-04-12T09:24:20-06:00

There has been substanical orthopedic literature on chronic lateral ligamentous instability, but little on the relationship of subtalar instability to this problem. A variety of reconstructive procedures has been used to treat lateral ankle instability, but subtalar instability is not corrected equally in these procedures. This study assesses more tailored treatment option for providing stability to the subtalar component.

Instability of the Subtalar Joint2021-04-12T09:24:20-06:00

Injuries to the Metatarsophalangeal Joints in Athletes

2021-04-12T09:24:20-06:00

Injuries to the metatarsophalangeal joints is becoming increasingly common in athletes due to the increase in flexible shoewear, and artificial playing surfaces. These injuries can vary form a mild sprain to a severe tear of the capsuloligamentous complex. This study broke-down an effective non-operative treatment option for these injuries.

Injuries to the Metatarsophalangeal Joints in Athletes2021-04-12T09:24:20-06:00

Anatomic Suture Anchor Versus the Brostrom Technique for Anterior Talofibular Ligament Repair

2021-04-12T09:24:22-06:00

This study analyses the Brostrom procedure for secondary repair of chronic lateral ankle instability. Prior to this study there have been no biomechanical studies reporting the strength of this secondary repair method, whether using suture fixation or suture anchors. Through a biomechanical comparison of the ultimate load to failure and stiffness of the traditional Brostrom technique using only a suture repair compared with a suture anchor repair of the anterior talofibular ligament (ATFL) at time zero.

Anatomic Suture Anchor Versus the Brostrom Technique for Anterior Talofibular Ligament Repair2021-04-12T09:24:22-06:00
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