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Alfonso Vaquero-Picado and E. Carlos Rodríguez-Merchán

. Pujol N Tardy N Boisrenoult P Beaufils P . Magnetic resonance imaging is not suitable for interpretation of meniscal status ten years after arthroscopic repair . Int Orthop 2013 ; 37 : 2371 – 2376 . 30

Brett A. Lenart and Jonathan B. Ticker

Several series of successful open repairs were reported. 22 , 45 Burkhart and Tehrany 8 published the first series of arthroscopic repair of the subscapularis. A total of 25 patients with partial or complete tears underwent consecutive

Ulrike Wittig, Gloria Hohenberger, Martin Ornig, Reinhard Schuh, Andreas Leithner, and Patrick Holweg

scarred ( 17 ). In recent years, interest in less invasive methods to perform lateral ligament repair has increased, including arthroscopic techniques ( 18 , 19 , 20 ). Arthroscopic-assisted repair combines arthroscopic repair with a percutaneous or

Michele Boffano, Stefano Mortera, and Raimondo Piana

-dislocation in the surgical group. With regard to surgical treatment, there are no significant differences in terms of re-dislocation rates between open and arthroscopic repair. 16 - 21 Arthroscopic and open surgical treatment During the last decade

Luciano A. Rossi and Maximiliano Ranalletta

six months of conservative treatment is recommended. Kim et al, 24 showed that delayed surgical repair following a course of conservative treatment in partial-thickness tears did not yield worse results as compared to immediate arthroscopic repair

Jeremie M. Axe

, Lee YG , et al. . Platelet-rich plasma for arthroscopic repair of large to massive rotator cuff tears: a randomized, single-blind, parallel-group trial . Am J Sports Med 2013 ; 41 : 2240 - 2248 . 3. Kim SJ , Kim SH

Jonathon C Coward, Stefan Bauer, Stephanie M Babic, Charline Coron, Taro Okamoto, and William G Blakeney

of tendons involved. The average follow-up period was 30.5 months (range: 12–72 months). The authors performed arthroscopically assisted mini-open repair on 23 patients (11 of which had pseudoparesis) and all-arthroscopic repair on 35 patients (18 of

Nuno Corte-Real and João Caetano

repairs should include a routine ankle arthroscopy, an arthroscopic method of CAI repair would be a good idea. The senior author developed an arthroscopic repair technique for CAI, that was published in 2009, 28 trying to reproduce the Brostrom

Gazi Huri, Mehmet Kaymakoglu, and Nickolas Garbis

pseudoparalysis. They compared the integrity of the RC in two different patient groups that underwent arthroscopic repair with massive rotator cuff tear, retrospectively. The first group, in which all patients had pseudoparalysis pre-operatively, had more

Oliver Marin-Peña, Marc Tey-Pons, Luis Perez-Carro, Hatem G. Said, Pablo Sierra, Pedro Dantas, and Richard N. Villar

suspected. 62 Gluteus medius and minimus tears can be a common cause of greater trochanteric pain syndrome (GTPS). Patients are usually female with trochanteric bursitis and partial abductor tears. 63 Open or arthroscopic repair provides good