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Age-related changes in the knee meniscus.
Tsujii A, et al. Knee 2017 - Review. PMID 28970119
Meniscal dysfunction mostly based on degeneration contributes to the development and progression of knee OA. Meniscal degeneration is caused by various extrinsic factors, such as repetitive trauma or leg malalignment, while meniscal aging is considered as internal changes, such as molecular or cellular changes. ...
Meniscal dysfunction mostly based on degeneration contributes to the development and progression of knee OA. Meniscal degeneration is …
Why are revision knee replacements failing?
Agarwal S, et al. Knee 2019. PMID 31078394
AIM: The number of knee revisions worldwide has been steadily increasing. While being complex and expensive operations, a high percentage of knee revisions fail early. This study was conducted to evaluate the causes of failure of revision knee replacements. PATIENTS AND METHODS: This study retrospectively evaluated 95 patients following knee revision surgery and who underwent further knee revision operations. ...
AIM: The number of knee revisions worldwide has been steadily increasing. While being complex and expensive operations, a high percen …
Effect of wearing a knee brace or sleeve on the knee joint and anterior cruciate ligament force during drop jumps: A clinical intervention study.
Moon J, et al. Knee 2018. PMID 30121150
BACKGROUND: Knee braces are considered to be extremely useful tools in reducing the shear force of knee joints for non-contact anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury prevention. ...Therefore, if a sports knee brace that controls the knee joint's shear force and internal rotation moment is developed, it may aid in preventing ACL injuries....
BACKGROUND: Knee braces are considered to be extremely useful tools in reducing the shear force of knee joints for non-contact …
Does pre-operative anxiety and/or depression affect patient outcome after primary knee replacement arthroplasty?
Jones AR, et al. Knee 2018. PMID 30121151
Knee scores showed similar patterns over time. Regardless of pre-operative psychological status, mean AKSS Knee scores improved at six weeks and further improved at one year post-op. ...Knee replacement arthroplasty is not contra-indicated by pre-operative psychological distress. Successful knee replacement improves knee pain and function, as well as symptoms of anxiety and depression. ...
Knee scores showed similar patterns over time. Regardless of pre-operative psychological status, mean AKSS Knee scores improve
Knee instability as the primary cause of failure following Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA): A systematic review on the patient, surgical and implant characteristics of revised TKA patients.
Wilson CJ, et al. Knee 2017 - Review. PMID 28970123
In addition, we considered the patient, surgical and implant characteristics of primary TKA patients revised for knee instability, and investigated methods used for knee instability diagnosis. ...The majority of studies used a combination of radiographic and clinical testing to diagnose knee instability. CONCLUSION: Research on knee instability following primary TKA reported early failure and subsequent revision knee surgery. ...
In addition, we considered the patient, surgical and implant characteristics of primary TKA patients revised for knee instability, an …
Knee extensor strength and hop test performance following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
Barfod KW, et al. Knee 2019. PMID 30554909
Satisfactory knee extensor strength was defined as a leg symmetry index (LSI) ≥85%. RESULTS: At six months 27.5% (19/69) of patients had recovered satisfactory knee extensor strength in the injured leg, improving to 46.4% (32/69) at 12 months. ...Recovery of hopping distance was not associated with knee extensor strength. CONCLUSIONS: Single leg hop test cannot be used as a surrogate measure for knee extensor strength as no association was found between hop tests and knee extensor strength. ...
Satisfactory knee extensor strength was defined as a leg symmetry index (LSI) ≥85%. RESULTS: At six months 27.5% (19/69) of patients …
Preoperative knee deformity and kinematics impact postoperative knee kinematics in total knee arthroplasty.
Seito N, et al. Knee 2017. PMID 28970121
Knee deformity, kinematic pattern after capsule incision (preoperative knee kinematics), and kinematic pattern after implantation (postoperative knee kinematics) in PS-TKA were measured. ...In addition, preoperative knee kinematics were conserved postoperatively, at a rate of 82% (P<0.01). CONCLUSIONS: The severity of varus knee deformity and the preoperative knee kinematic pattern might have affected the postoperative knee kinematics in PS-TKA. ...
Knee deformity, kinematic pattern after capsule incision (preoperative knee kinematics), and kinematic pattern after implantat
Laxity and contact forces of total knee designed for anatomic motion: A cadaveric study.
Salvadore G, et al. Knee 2018. PMID 29778656
After testing the native knee, total knee arthroplasty (TKA) was performed using the Journey II bi-cruciate substituting implant. ...RESULTS: The TKA knee closely reproduced the coronal laxity of the native knee, except for a difference at 90° of flexion for valgus laxity. ...
After testing the native knee, total knee arthroplasty (TKA) was performed using the Journey II bi-cruciate substituting impla …
Visual knee-kinetic biofeedback technique normalizes gait abnormalities during high-demand mobility after total knee arthroplasty.
Christensen JC, et al. Knee 2018. PMID 29305025
BACKGROUND: Abnormal knee mechanics frequently follow total knee arthroplasty (TKA) surgery with these deficits amplifying as task demands increase. ...Knee-kinetic biofeedback was implemented to patients with TKA to correct abnormal gait characteristics if observed. RESULTS: Patients with TKA had lower knee extensor angular impulse (p<0.001), vGRF (p=0.001) and knee flexion motion (p=0.005) compared to the non-TKA group during decline walking without biofeedback. ...
BACKGROUND: Abnormal knee mechanics frequently follow total knee arthroplasty (TKA) surgery with these deficits amplifying as …
Self-reported outcomes are associated with knee strength and functional symmetry in individuals who have undergone anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with hamstring tendon autograft.
Harput G, et al. Knee 2018. PMID 30041951
BACKGROUND: The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between self-reported knee outcomes and limb symmetry indices (LSIs) for hip and knee strength, postural control and single-leg hop distance in individuals who had undergone an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction via hamstring tendon autograft (HTG). ...International Knee Documentation Committee 2000 Subjective Knee Form (IKDC), Lysholm, Knee Osteoarthritis Outcomes Scores (KOOS) and Tampa scores were used to evaluate self-reported outcomes. ...
BACKGROUND: The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between self-reported knee outcomes and limb symmetry indices ( …
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