capsulorraphy

capsulorraphy

[kap′səlôr′əfē]
surgical repair of a tear in the capsule of a joint.
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Pulley advancement with or without capsulorraphy (9,10) is a release of A1 and advancement of the proximal edge of the flexor A2 pulley.
The operative procedure included adductor tenotomy open reduction capsulorraphy Salter's osteotomy and a femoral derotation osteotomy.
The operative procedure which included adductor tenotomy open reduction capsulorraphy and Salter's osteotomy through iliofemoral approach was carried out in all except 4 patients who were operated without Salter's osteotomy.
4) Operative methods include classical surgical techniques (total or subtotal cyst-pericystectomy, capsulorraphy, capitonnage, omentoplasty); minimally invasive techniques, such as laparoscopic or robotic procedures; and other treatment modalities such as PAIR with scolicidal solutions.
Simultaneous anterior procedures and posterior capsulorraphy are used to confer stability to the reduced humeral head.
2001) The role of arthroscopic thermal capsulorraphy in the hip.
Almost all procedures fall into one of three groups: (1) shortening of the subscapularis tendon (Magnuson-Stack, Putti-Platt), (2) alteration of inherent bone stability (Bristow, Eden-Hybbinette), and (3) anterior capsulorraphy (Bankart).
Recently, early arthroscopy with anterior glenoid abrasion or capsulorraphy or both was evaluated in 47 army cadets in a prospective nonrandomized study where the cadets were given the surgical option.
They found that 16 of their patients had problems related to the use of staples for conditions including capsulorraphy, subscapularis advancement, or rotator cuff repair.
Lane and colleagues retrospectively reported on 54 patients who underwent arthroscopic staple capsulorraphy with an average follow-up of 39 months.
Detrisac DA, Johnson LL: Arthroscopic shoulder capsulorraphy using metal staples.