Trausphyseal reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament in prepubescent children
- Go for ACL surgery early... Marcacci, M.; Zaffagnini, S. // Physician & Sportsmedicine;Feb96, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p32
Focuses on the debate over whether to operate right away on anterior cruciate ligament injuries or to wait for a few months. Advantages of early surgery.
- ...but not too early. Cosgarea, A.; Sebastianelli, W. // Physician & Sportsmedicine;Feb96, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p32
Focuses on a study which looked into anterior cruciate ligament injury surgery timing. Relevance of physical therapy timing.
- Abstracts. Thompson, Clint // Journal of Athletic Training (National Athletic Trainers' Associ;Jul-Sep97, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p271
Presents an abstract of the article `Eccentric Knee Flexor Torque Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Surgery,' by L.R. Osternig, C.R. James and D.T. Bercades, which was published in `Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise' dated 1996.
- Abstracts. Thompson, Clint // Journal of Athletic Training (National Athletic Trainers' Associ;Jul-Sep97, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p273
Presents an abstract of the article `Assessment of Metabolic Response and Functional Changes After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Surgery,' by R. Petschnig and R. Baron, which was published in `Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise' dated 1997.
- PL-SI-287-S. // Physical Therapy;May1997, Vol. 77 Issue 5, pS92
Presents an abstract of a paper entitled `A Theoretical Protocol for Rehabilitation Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction,' by R. Salinas, F.V. Harding et al, presented at the Physical Therapy `97: Scientific Meeting and Exposition of the American Physical Therapy Association.
- Proprioception following ACL reconstruction three, six and twelve months postoperatively. Henry, T.J.; Ebersol, S.E. // Journal of Athletic Training (National Athletic Trainers' Associ;Apr-Jun97 Supplement, Vol. 32 Issue 2, pS9
Assesses the kinesthetic awareness and joint position sense three, six and twelve months after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction. Information on the occurrence of neural adaptations; Reference to a study conducted; Impact of damaged articular mechanoreceptors by means of acute or...
- Functional performance outcomes following two types of ACL reconstruction. Streator, S.S.; Stabler, C.L. // Journal of Athletic Training (National Athletic Trainers' Associ;Apr-Jun98 Supplement, Vol. 33 Issue 2, pS17
Presents a study which sought to determine whether or not there is a difference in functional performance outcome between two anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction techniques. Details on these techniques; Functional performance tests which were used; Results of testing; What these results...
- Erratum to: Monitoring surgical performance: an application of industrial quality process control to anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Biau, David; Landreau, Philippe; Graveleau, Nicolas // Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy;Sep2010, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p1300
A correction to name of one of the authors of the article "Monitoring Surgical Performance: An Application of Industrial Quality Process Control to Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction," that was published online on August 3, 2010 is presented.
- Comparing ACL Reconstruction Methods. Andrish, Jack T. // Physician & Sportsmedicine;Oct2001, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p3
Compares the graft techniques used for anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) repair. Edge of patellar tendon graft over surgical methods in knee stability; Absence of differences between patients in three procedural groups; Preference on the patellar tendon autografts for ACL repair.