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Correlation between glenoid inclination and critical shoulder angle: a radiograph and computed tomography study.

For years it has been proposed that rotator cuff tears are often caused by a phenomenon known as “impingement syndrome.”  We believe there are other contributors, and this article investigated…

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Comparison of glenoid inclination angle using different clinical imaging modalities

This article investigated the best way to measure the inclination angle of the socket of the shoulder (glenoid), which can improve our results for shoulder replacements and also lead to…

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Surgical Management of Recurrent Musculotendinous Hamstring Injury in Professional Athletes

While hamstring strains often improve with non-operative treatment, this subset of injuries can recur and presents a clinical challenge. For athletes suffering with this injury, we present a successful surgical…

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Reconstruction of chronic patellar tendon rupture with contralateral bone-tendon-bone autograft

Chronic patellar tendon ruptures are a very difficult clinical scenario.  This case study presents an option by using a portion of the patella tendon from the other leg. View Abstract…

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Femoral Origin of the Anterolateral Ligament: An Anatomic Analysis

This study performed at Kansas City University investigated the anatomical characteristics of the anterolateral ligament (ALL), which has greatly helped develop our reconstruction techniques.   View Abstract Here

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The Involvement of the Anterolateral Ligament in Rotational Control of the Knee

Historically, it was thought that the ACL alone was the major contributor to rotational stability of the knee. This investigation revealed that an injury to the ACL alone is not…

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Intercondylar notch dysplasia in open-physis anterior cruciate ligament injuries: A case-control study

There are many risk factors for anterior cruciate ligament tears.  Within this article, we confirm that the presence of narrowing of the intercondylar notch can lead to a tear of…

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The Role of the Anterolateral Structures and the ACL in Controlling Laxity of the Intact and ACL-Deficient Knee: Letter to the Editor

This letter to the editor provides our perspective on results found in this study.   View Letter Here 

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