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Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review

Print ISSN
1062-8592
Electronic ISSN
1538-1951
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2.043
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Proquest
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http://journals.lww.com/sportsmedarthro
Usage rank
9499
Article count
267
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0
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0.0
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CSA, LWW, Ovid from 2001, and Proquest

  1. Computer-assisted anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Four generations of development and usage.

    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 22(4):229 (2014) PMID 25321334

    The purpose of this paper is to review the literature about the contribution of navigation in anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction. The evolution of computer-assisted surgery (CAS) for ACL reconstruction has undergone several steps. These steps were divided into 4 subsequent developments:...
  2. Platelet-rich plasma and plantar fasciitis.

    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 21(4):220 (2013) PMID 24212370

    Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain and can prove difficult to treat in its most chronic and severe forms. Advanced cases of plantar fasciitis are often associated with ankle stiffness, heel spurs, and other conditions and can lead to extensive physical disability and financial l...
  3. Complications in patellofemoral surgery.

    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 20(3):187 (2012) PMID 22878660

    The complexity of patellofemoral morphology, combined with its injuries and degenerative patterns, leads to varied pathologic diagnoses, as well as surgical procedures to address these problems. Surgical procedures in the patellofemoral joint include tibial tubercle osteotomy, medial patellofemoral...
  4. Meniscal treatment options: the present and future.

    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 20(2):57 (2012) PMID 22555200

  5. Rehabilitation after multiple-ligament reconstruction of the knee.

    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 19(2):162 (2011) PMID 21540714

    Diagnosis and management of multiple-ligament knee injuries has evolved over the years, and now treatment often includes surgical intervention. Rehabilitation after multiple-knee ligament reconstruction requires a precarious balance between restoring range of motion and function to the knee without...
  6. Initial evaluation of posterior cruciate ligament injuries: history, physical examination, imaging studies, surgical and nonsurgical indicat...

    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 18(4):230 (2010) PMID 21079501

    Compared with anterior cruciate ligament injuries, posterior cruciate ligament injuries are a rare event. The mechanisms are predictable and a thorough physical examination is mandatory to rule out or define combined injury patterns. Stress radiography and magnetic resonance imaging studies are very...
  7. The posterior cruciate ligament.

    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 18(4):221 (2010) PMID 21079499

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    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 16(4):255 (2008) PMID 19011559

  9. The proximal biceps tendon: tricks and pearls.

    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 16(3):187 (2008) PMID 18703980

    The diagnosis and treatment of proximal biceps tendon injuries continue to be a challenge. The difficulty lies on determining if there is isolated biceps pathology versus concomitant rotator cuff tears or instability. Imaging modalities, such as magnetic resonance imaging, continue to provide us wit...
  10. Computer-assisted surgery for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.

    Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review 16(2):67 (2008) PMID 18480725

    We review the role of computer navigation in improving the accuracy of tunnel placement, assessing kinematics of the knee, and in training surgeons to correctly perform ACL reconstructions. We report on our experience with navigated ACL reconstruction and describe the kinematic evaluation of a serie...