Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research ®

A Publication of The Association of Bone and Joint Surgeons ®

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Articles

Does Removal of Subchondral Cortical Bone Provide Sufficient Resection Depth for Treatment of Cam Femoroacetabular Impingement?

Penny R. Atkins BS, Stephen K. Aoki MD, Ross T. Whitaker PhD, Jeffrey A. Weiss PhD, Christopher L. Peters MD, Andrew E. Anderson PhD
24th March 2017, Basic Research

Residual impingement resulting from insufficient resection of bone during the index femoroplasty is the most-common reason for revision surgery in patients with cam-type femoroacetabular impingement (FAI). Development of surgical resection guidelines therefore could reduce the number of patients with persistent pain and reduced ROM after femoroplasty.

What Does a Shoulder MRI Cost the Consumer?

Richard J. Herzog MD, FACR, Hollis G. Potter MD
23rd March 2017, Letter to the Editor

What Factors Are Associated With Femoral Component Internal Rotation in TKA Using the Gap Balancing Technique?

Seung-Yup Lee MD, MSc, Hong-Chul Lim MD, PhD, Ki-Mo Jang MD, PhD, Ji-Hoon Bae MD, PhD
23rd March 2017, Clinical Research

When using the gap-balancing technique for TKA, excessive medial release and varus proximal tibial resection can be associated with internal rotation of the femoral component. Previous studies have evaluated the causes of femoral component rotational alignment with a separate factor analysis using unadjusted statistical methods, which might result in treatment effects being attributed to confounding variables.

Epiphyseal Arterial Network and Inferior Retinacular Artery Seem Critical to Femoral Head Perfusion in Adults With Femoral Neck Fractures

Dewei Zhao MD, PhD, Xing Qiu PhD, Benjie Wang MD, Zihua Wang MD, Wei Wang PhD, Jun Ouyang PhD, Rona M. Silva PhD, Xiaotian Shi PhD, Kai Kang PhD, Dachuan Xu PhD, Chuang Li MD, Shizhen Zhong PhD, Yu Zhang PhD, Kent E. Pinkerton PhD
17th March 2017, Basic Research

A better understanding of the blood supply of the femoral head is essential to guide therapeutic strategies for patients with femoral neck fractures. However, because of the limitations of conventional techniques, the precise distribution and characteristics of intraosseous arteries of the femoral head are not well displayed.

Classifications in Brief: Walch Classification of Primary Glenohumeral Osteoarthritis

Kiet V. Vo BA, BS, Daniel J. Hackett MD, Albert O. Gee MD, Jason E. Hsu MD
17th March 2017, In Brief