4 edition of Revision of failed arthroscopic and ligament surgery found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Bertram Zarins, Richard A. Marder.|
|Contributions||Zarins, Bertram., Marder, Richard A.|
|LC Classifications||RD686 .R48 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 172 p. :|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||97043315|
We reviewed 51 shoulders (40 ♀, 11♂) that underwent Latarjet coracoid transfer for the revision of failed previous arthroscopic instability repair. The avg. age was yrs (). All patients had recurrent symptomatic anterior instability after previous arthroscopic surgery, and avg. time from arthroscopic repair to Latarjet was 13 months ( mn).Author: Gregory P. Nicholson, Zain Rahman, Nikhil N. Verma, Anthony A. Romeo, Brian J. Cole, Anil Kumar Gupt. HELSINKI — As more men and women are electing to undergo anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction surgery, the number of revisions required for failed reconstructions is also escalating worldwide.
Revision hip arthroscopy is a type of minimally-invasive outpatient surgery that is used to diagnose and address problems with the hip joint. This high-tech procedure involves very small incisions for the lowest risk to you and the shortest recovery on: Main Street Suite , Houston, , TX. If you need more information on Knee Replacement and/or Knee Arthroscopy contact Dr Greg Sterling. He has a particular interest in Sports Knees Surgery & Urgent Knee & Trauma. Arthroscopic knee surgery; Primary & revision joint surgery of the Knee; Treatment of injuries to the knee, foot and ankle (for previously failed knee replacement).
Despite improved surgical techniques and rehabilitation protocols, anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction failure rates range from 5% to 25%.There are . Revision surgery for failed anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in the knee Article in Orthopaedics and Trauma 28(2)– April with 29 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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This text provides sports-related information about failed arthroscopic and open legmentous surgeries and how they can be corrected. Written by two leading sports physicians, it focuses on two areas most commonly requiring revision: shoulder and knee.
Revision of Failed Arthroscopic and Ligament Surgery: : Zarins, B., Marder, R. A.: Books. Subsquently we performed the PCL revision reconstruction surgery. We performed the arthroscopic-assisted reconstruction surgery using transseptal portal approach.
We avoided to use only the jig to guide us when tunnelling the tibia instead, we used additional technique to see the posterior aspect of proximal tibia : Andri Maruli Tua Lubis, Mohamad Walid Kuncoro.
The clinical outcome of revision surgery for the failed Bankart repair is not well known. The purpose of this case study is to report the success rates achieved in two cases using arthroscopic. Revision procedure after the failed Latarjet procedure with the simultaneous arthroscopic Eden-Hybinette procedure, trans-subscapular transfer of the long head of the biceps, anterior labroplasty, capsular remnant refixation, and : Oleg Milenin, Ruslan Sergienko, Victoriya Badtieva.
The aim of this study was to classify meniscal tear forms as found in revision arthroscopies. Interval between primary arthroscopy and revision was ± month. All patients were available for control after 1 year. In knees the lesion was located in the medial meniscus and in 21 knees in the lateral meniscus.
In the medial meniscus an unstable posterior meniscal horn was seen Cited by: Keywords: arthroscopy, failed arthroscopy, outcomes research, revision arthroscopy, wrist arthroscopy Historically, the small number of procedures performed arthroscopically in the wrist as compared with those in other joints has made it difficult to assess the risk factors for by: 5.
Severity of bone loss must be determined before planning of revision surgery. If a patient had undergone the initial coracoid transfer in the setting of minimal or no bone loss, and more recent imaging confirms preserved glenoid bone stock, revision Bankart repair (either arthroscopic or open) may be indicated.
This involves labral reattachment (or capsular reattachment when the labrum has Cited by: 9. Management of the unstable shoulder after a failed stabilization procedure can be difficult and challenging. Detailed understanding of the native shoulder anatomy, including its static and dynamic restraints, is necessary for determining the patient’s primary pathology.
In addition, evaluation of the patient’s history, physical exam, and imaging is important for identifying the cause for Cited by: 9. Question: Our patient had a failed arthroscopic ACL reconstruction.
Staged revision was recommended. In the first procedure, the surgeon removed hardware, old tissue graft from femur and tibial tunnels, and filled these tunnels with cylinder cancellous bone graft and bone putty. We are assuming the 2nd stage will be reconstruction of the ligaments.
Revision surgery for failed total shoulder replacement arthroplasty When a shoulder replacement fails to result in satisfactory restoration of comfort and function the surgeon and the patient are challenged to determine the most likely causes and how the failure can be best managed.
Revision of Failures After Reconstruction of the Anterior Cruciate Arthroscopic anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: a failure resulting in revision surgery is reported. As the number of primary anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstructions performed in the United States continues to increase, so will the need for revision surgery for “failed” primary surgery.
These failed ACL surgeries are often the result of technical errors in the primary by: 2. Certainly, revision ACL surgery is not required in every patient. It should be individualized according to symptoms, objective findings, and the expectations of the patients.
Revision of a failed ACL reconstruction may be carried out either as a single-stage procedure or a staged by: 9. An open procedure is usually used for revision surgery in most of these cases13, Latarjet procedure may be the procedure of choice in revision surgery, even in cases of good glenoid bone loss and in cases of poor capsular tissue7.
However, there is no literature evidence if, in the case of revision surgery and in the absence of severe bone loss, an arthroscopic procedure could be a viable option.
Introduction. At the beginning of the s, revision surgery of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction was considered a salvage procedure, especially due to the high amount of dramatically failed synthetic grafts.However nowadays, due to the worldwide diffusion of arthroscopic and mini-invasive surgery, coupled to the development of materials and fixation hardware, the revision Cited by: 7.
Injuries to the acromioclavicular (AC) joint are common, particularly in the young and active population. Approximately 9% of all shoulder girdle injuries involve the AC joint, and AC joint dislocations represent approximately 8% of all joint dislocations throughout the body.
AC joint injuries are graded as type I through type VI according to the Rockwood by: 1. Greis PE, Johnson DL, Fu FH. Revision anterior cruciate ligament surgery: causes of graft failure and technical considerations of revision surgery. Clin Sports Cited by: 1.
REVISION ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT SURGERY surgery has been reported to range from % to 24'/0.~~, 64, lz2 The large variation in the reported incidence reflects differences in the criteria used to define the problem, differences between studies in the timing of surgery, and differences in surgical technique and postoperative rehabili.
Eighteen patients underwent open revision (group 1) and 18 underwent arthroscopic revision (group 2) procedures. The decision to proceed with open or arthroscopic revision decompression was based Cited by:.
A revision hip arthroscopy is a surgical procedure used to correct or repair damage to the hip joint that was missed or caused due to a previous hip surgery or hip arthroscopy procedure.
In some cases, prior surgeries may not successfully resolve your problem or they may cause trauma to the tissues in the area, leading to other issues over time/5(34).Revision ACL (R-ACL) surgery is a complex procedure that requires a rigorous and meticulous approach.
R-ACL is mainly indicated in cases of graft failure resulting in functional instability. A treatment plan should then be developed based on pertinent findings from the workup and in conjunction with the patient.
Depending on the etiology of failed hip arthroscopy, management may be nonsurgical or surgical, which may include revision arthroscopic or open surgery, periacetabular osteotomy or joint by: 8.