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Serial Changes of Fatty Degeneration and Clinical Outcomes after Repair of Medium-Sized Rotator Cuff Tears

Kim JH, Min YK, Jang YC, Seo WS

Background: This study was designed to longitudinally analyze quantitative intramuscular and perimuscular fat and evaluate clinical outcomes according to healing degree after rotator cuff repair. Methods: From June 2013 through October...
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Effect of local anesthetic volume (20 vs. 40 ml) on the analgesic efficacy of costoclavicular block in arthroscopic shoulder surgery: a randomized controlled trial

Jo Y, Oh C, Lee WY, Chung HJ, Park H, Park J, Lee J, Kim YH, Ko Y, Chung W, Hong B

Background: Among the various diaphragm-sparing alternatives to interscalene block, costoclavicular block (CCB) demonstrated a low hemidiaphragmatic paresis (HDP) occurrence but an inconsistent analgesic effect in arthroscopic shoulder surgery. We hypothesized...
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Arthroscopic Latarjet procedure: current concepts and surgical techniques

Shin SJ, Kim JH, Ahn J

The Latarjet procedure is a surgical procedure that can effectively restore glenohumeral stability, especially in patients with anterior shoulder instability and glenoid bone loss. Many studies have shown comparable clinical...
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Improving visualization in shoulder arthroscopy

McDermott ER, Tennent DJ, Song DJ

Arthroscopic shoulder procedures are one of the most common procedures used to restore function through minimally invasive techniques. With the demand for shoulder arthroscopic procedures comes the need for safe,...
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Arthroscopic Treatment of Acromioclavicular Joint Dislocations

Kim DH, Cho CH

Dislocations of the acromioclavicular joint can occur in contact sports or injuries from falling. Surgical treatment is required when the dislocation is severe in a young and active patient, but...
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Arthroscopic Reduction and Internal Fixation in Patients with Acetabular Posterior Wall Fractures

Hwang JM, Lee CW, Kim PS, Ha YC

Background: This study aimed to access the radiologic and clinical outcomes after arthroscopic reduction and internal fixation with screws in patients with posterior wall fractures of the acetabulum. Methods: From May...
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Comparison of Various Joint Decompression Techniques in Septic Arthritis of the Hip in Children: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Barik S, Raj V, Prasad SG, Garg V, Singh V

The aim of this review is to conduct an analysis of existing literature on outcomes of application of various methods of joint decompression in management of septic arthritis of the...
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Arthroscopic synovectomy of the wrist

Lee YK, Kim JH

The theoretical rationale of synovectomy is to reduce or eliminate the aggressive inflammatory cell mass, thereby reducing swelling, decreasing pain, and improving joint function. Traditionally, open-wrist synovectomy is the standard...
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Assessment of the changes in cardiac sympathetic nervous activity using the pupil size changes measured in seated patients whose stellate ganglion is blocked by interscalene brachial plexus block

Kim E, Lim JA, Choi CH, Lee SY, Kwak S, Kim J

Background: As a side effect of interscalene brachial plexus block (ISBPB), stellate ganglion block (SGB) causes reductions in pupil size (Horner’s syndrome) and cardiac sympathetic nervous activity (CSNA). Reduced CSNA...
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Arthroscopy for Rotational Ankle Fractures

Kwon TH, Choi YH, Lee KM

Rotational ankle fractures are one of the most common injuries of lower limbs treated by orthopedic surgeons. Open reduction and internal fixation (ORIF) is considered a gold standard treatment for...
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Use of Subtalar Arthroscopy in Intra-Articular Calcaneus Fractures

Woo I, Park CH

Displaced intra-articular calcaneal fractures are difficult to treat because of complex anatomy and high soft tissue complications. Various surgical approaches have been introduced to solve these problems, but the treatment...
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Treatment of Hip Microinstability with Arthroscopic Capsular Plication: A Retrospective Case Series

Charles T, Jayankura M, Laude F

Purpose: Hip microinstability is defined as hip pain with a snapping and/or blocking sensation accompanied by fine anatomical anomalies. Arthroscopic capsular plication has been proposed as a treatment modality for...
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Arthroscopic Electrocautery Treatment for Pseudoaneurysm of Inferomedial Genicular Artery after Arthroscopic Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction and High Tibial Osteotomy

Yang S

Knee arthroscopy is a widely performed procedure with few complications and low risk. Vascular complications are also very rare, and pseudoaneurysm is one of the few serious vascular complications. It...
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Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction Using Adjustable Tensioning under Arthroscopic Visualization Provides Satisfactory Radiographic and Clinical Outcomes

Sohn S, Choi JY

Purpose: Recurrent patellar dislocation required a surgical reconstruction of medial patellofemoral ligament (MPFL) in many cases. During MPFL reconstruction, over-tension of medial construct altered the patellofemoral kinematics which may result...
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Risk factors for unexpected admission following arthroscopic and open treatment of shoulder instability: a national database study of 11,230 cases

Giordano J, Tarazi JM, Partan MJ, Cohn RM

Background: Shoulder instability procedures have low morbidity; however, complications can arise that result in readmission to an inpatient healthcare facility. The purpose of this study is to identify the demographics...
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The Net Promoter Score with Friends and Family Test applied to arthroscopic shoulder surgery

Monu J, Sunil S

Background: The Friends and Family Test (FFT) developed by the UK National Health Service evaluates whether patients are satisfied with a service provided, where improvements are needed, and how likely...
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Bilateral Asymmetric Fracture Dislocation of Shoulder after Hypoglycemic Shock

Kang T, Shin WJ, Lee SG

Bilateral asymmetric fracture dislocation of a shoulder joint is a rare subtype of shoulder dislocation and refers to the simultaneous fracture-dislocations of the glenohumeral joints in opposite directions. This paper...
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Synovial Osteochondromatosis: Clinical Characteristics Unique to the Shoulder

Liu B, Kim SH, Jang YH, Rhee SM, Yoo JC, Kim SC, Rhee YG, Oh JH

Background: Synovial osteochondromatosis (SOC) of the shoulder is a rare condition with unclear characteristics. This study evaluated the clinical features and postoperative functional outcomes of SOC of the shoulder that...
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Comparison of dorsal and medial arthroscopic approach to canine coxofemoral joint: a cadaveric study

Oh S, Kang J, Kim N, Heo S

Objectives: We evaluated the efficacy of a medial arthroscopic approach to the coxofemoral joint of dogs by analyzing the joint visible area and performing a safety analysis. Methods: Arthroscopic approaches to...
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Intra-abdominal hypertension during hip arthroscopy: a case report

Kim S, Ri HS, Kim JH, Yeom J

Symptomatic extravasation of irrigation fluid is a rare complication of hip arthroscopy. However, depending on the amount of fluid, intra-abdominal hypertension (IAH) may occur and even develop into abdominal compartment...
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