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Tim Pohlemann, Steven C. Herath, Benedikt J. Braun, Mika F. Rollmann, Tina Histing, and Antonius Pizanis

pattern, such as marginal impactions, intraarticular fragments and cartilage damage, the attending surgeon has to choose between the different options of anterior/posterior or rarely extended or combined surgical approaches. While the Kocher

Georgios Kyriakopoulos, Lazaros Poultsides, and Panayiotis Christofilopoulos

Introduction The anterior approach to the hip was originally described by Carl Hueter in 1817, in his work Der Grundriss der Chirurgie. However, it was Smith-Petersen who popularized the approach in the US and the English-speaking world, after

Kavin Sundaram, Ahmed Siddiqi, Atul F. Kamath, and Carlos A. Higuera-Rueda

primary hip arthroplasty. 1 – 3 There has been renewed interest in variants of this technique including the trochanteric slide osteotomy (TSO), extended trochanter osteotomy (ETO), and the transfemoral approach for both septic and aseptic revision

Yusuf Omar Qalib, Yicun Tang, Dawei Wang, Baizhou Xing, Xingming Xu, and Huading Lu

methods to visualize the lesion are available including posterolateral transeptal, 39 , 40 transnotch view, 41 etc. Probing and visualization of the inferior surface of the medial meniscus via anterior approach may reveal Type 3 MRL, whereas the

Anders Falk Brekke, Søren Overgaard, Asbjørn Hróbjartsson, and Anders Holsgaard-Larsen

Introduction Excessive anterior pelvic tilt is a position of the pelvis in a standing posture where the tilt is larger than what is considered normal. Pelvic tilt measurements obtained from radiographic imaging are used in surgical planning

Maria Anna Smolle, Sandra Bösmüller, Paul Puchwein, Martin Ornig, Andreas Leithner, and Franz-Josef Seibert

( 21 , 32 , 37 , 46 ), and three studies compared anterior or anterolateral with posterior approach to the humeral shaft ( 8 , 9 , 44 ). Mean NOS score over all 43 studies included was 6.0 ± 0.8 points ( Table 1 ). Table 1 Description of

Nikolaos K. Paschos and Stephen M. Howell

Introduction Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction is one of the most common orthopaedic techniques performed worldwide. ACL injuries occur with increasing incidence, from approximately 33 cases in 100 000 in 1994 to between 40 and

Laurent Nové-Josserand

survival rate. The approach proceeds in three successive steps: First: arthrotomy by opening the rotator cuff. In the deltopectoral approach, an anterior arthrotomy is performed by opening the subscapularis muscle. This step is not justified in the

Amer Sebaaly, Sarah Farjallah, Khalil Kharrat, Gaby Kreichati, and Mohammad Daher

: comparison between the posterior approach associated with smith-Petersen osteotomy and combined anterior-posterior fusion . Revista Brasileira de Ortopedia 2011 46 709 – 717 . ( ) 10.1590/S0102

Maximilian M. Menger, Benedikt J. Braun, Steven C. Herath, Markus A. Küper, Mika F. Rollmann, and Tina Histing

of fracture. 5 In case of an injury to the anterior column, an ilioinguinal or a modified Stoppa approach with Smith-Peterson extension is usually chosen. 5 Surgical approaches For most Pipkin type I and II injuries, the distal part of the