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In-Office Needle Arthroscopy: A Systematic Review of Indications and Clinical Utility.
Zhang K, et al. Arthroscopy 2019 - Review. PMID 31416656
PURPOSE: This review explores the current literature regarding both the clinical indications and utility of minimally invasive in-office needle arthroscopy (IONA) relative to conventional imaging modalities. ...
PURPOSE: This review explores the current literature regarding both the clinical indications and utility of minimally invasive in-office nee …
Return to Basketball After Hip Arthroscopy: Minimum 2-Year Follow-up.
Chen AW, et al. Arthroscopy 2019. PMID 31604501
PURPOSE: To present minimum 2-year patient-reported outcomes (PROs) and return to sport (RTS) data for a population of basketball players after hip arthroscopy. METHODS: Data were prospectively collected and retrospectively reviewed for all patients who underwent hip arthroscopy between February 2009 and May 2014. ...
PURPOSE: To present minimum 2-year patient-reported outcomes (PROs) and return to sport (RTS) data for a population of basketball players af …
Hip Arthroplasty After Hip Arthroscopy: Are Short-term Outcomes Affected? A Systematic Review of the Literature.
Rosinsky PJ, et al. Arthroscopy 2019 - Review. PMID 31500763
These included 305 hips with a THA following a prior hip arthroscopy, with 502 matched control hips. Mean time for conversion from prior hip arthroscopy was 23 months and mean follow up was 35.9 versus 36.1, for the prior arthroscopy and control groups respectively. ...However, there was a trend toward higher rates of dislocations and infections in the prior hip arthroscopy group. CONCLUSION: The short-term PROMs of those who underwent total hip arthroplasty with a prior history of an ipsilateral hip arthroscopy are comparable to those of patients undergoing primary THA. ...
These included 305 hips with a THA following a prior hip arthroscopy, with 502 matched control hips. Mean time for conversion from pr …
Arthroscopy, Sports Medicine, and Rehabilitation (ASMAR): A New, Open Access, Electronic Journal.
Lubowitz JH, et al. Arthroscopy 2019. PMID 31395154
Arthroscopy, Sports Medicine, and Rehabilitation (ASMAR) is our new, open-access, electronic, companion journal to Arthroscopy and Arthroscopy Techniques. While there is already "so much to read, so little time," bearing in mind the context that some submissions are not accepted for publication in Arthroscopy despite admirable quality, the necessity of ASMAR becomes clear....
Arthroscopy, Sports Medicine, and Rehabilitation (ASMAR) is our new, open-access, electronic, companion journal to Arthroscopy
Ankle Arthroscopy: No-Distraction and Dorsiflexion Allows Advanced Techniques.
Dalmau-Pastor M and Vega J. Arthroscopy 2019. PMID 31785741
Ankle dorsiflexion arthroscopic technique with distraction at a surgeon's discretion is the current standard for ankle arthroscopy in most parts of the world. ...In this infographic, authors explore and present the current indications for distraction in ankle arthroscopy as well as the broader indications for performing ankle dorsiflexion arthroscopic technique....
Ankle dorsiflexion arthroscopic technique with distraction at a surgeon's discretion is the current standard for ankle arthroscopy
Diagnostic Arthroscopy for Detection of Periprosthetic Infection in Painful Shoulder Arthroplasty.
Akgün D, et al. Arthroscopy 2019. PMID 31351811
PURPOSE: To analyze the utility of arthroscopic biopsies for detection of periprosthetic infection in painful shoulder arthroplasty without objective signs of infection. ...Patients with a subsequent revision shoulder arthroplasty after diagnostic arthroscopy were included. Arthroscopic tissue culture results were compared with the culture results of intraoperative tissue samples obtained at the time of open revision surgery. ...
PURPOSE: To analyze the utility of arthroscopic biopsies for detection of periprosthetic infection in painful shoulder arthroplasty w …
Arthroscopy Versus Open Arthrotomy for Treatment of Native Hip Septic Arthritis: An Analysis of 30-Day Complications.
Khazi ZM, et al. Arthroscopy 2019. PMID 31757679
Multivariate analysis was performed for ROR within 30 days following arthroscopy and arthrotomy. RESULTS: We identified 421 patients with SA of the native hip, of whom 387 (91.9%) and 34 (8.1%) were treated with open arthrotomy and arthroscopy, respectively. ...This suggests that arthroscopic management may be a safe option for the treatment of SA of the hip with potentially limited morbidity. ...
Multivariate analysis was performed for ROR within 30 days following arthroscopy and arthrotomy. RESULTS: We identified 421 patients …
Elbow Arthroscopy Made Simple: Indications and Techniques.
Smith J and Field LD. Arthroscopy 2019. PMID 31272616
Elbow arthroscopy is a technically demanding procedure. A comprehensive understanding of the elbow neurovascular anatomy combined with a very detail-oriented technique for portal placement helps to minimize risk and facilitates performing elbow arthroscopic procedures effectively and safely for the appropriate indications. ...In summary, elbow arthroscopy is a reliable procedure that requires a clear understanding of the anatomy to be able to safely access the joint....
Elbow arthroscopy is a technically demanding procedure. A comprehensive understanding of the elbow neurovascular anatomy combined wit …
Complications of Elbow Arthroscopy in a Community-Based Practice.
Intravia J, et al. Arthroscopy 2019. PMID 31785392
Inclusion criteria included patients of any age undergoing a primary and revision elbow arthroscopy, which may have been performed in conjunction with other procedures. Exclusion criteria included incorrectly coded procedures where arthroscopy was not performed and no postoperative follow-up. ...
Inclusion criteria included patients of any age undergoing a primary and revision elbow arthroscopy, which may have been performed in …
Meniscal Root Tears
Chahla J and LaPrade RF. Arthroscopy 2019. PMID 31054709
Meniscal root repair has been demonstrated to have high satisfaction rates and superior outcomes to arthroscopic meniscectomy for root tears. ...
Meniscal root repair has been demonstrated to have high satisfaction rates and superior outcomes to arthroscopic meniscectomy for roo …
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