Perthes, Georg C.

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Perthes,

Georg C., German surgeon, 1869-1927.
Calvé-Perthes disease - Synonym(s): Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease
Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease - see under Legg
Perthes disease - Synonym(s): Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease
Perthes incision
Perthes lesion
Perthes sling - used primarily for patients with Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease to support the leg in partial flexion.
Perthes test - for patency of the deep femoral vein.
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Other bankart variants found in the study were perthes lesion in 2 patients, GLAD, ALPSA and GLOM in 1 patient each.
Amongst the anteroinferior labral injuries in the study, classic bankarts was found in 9 patients, perthes lesion in 2 patients and ALPSA, GLAD and GLOM in one patient each.
A Perthes lesion is another Bankart variant in which there is an incomplete avulsion of the anteroinferior labrum with a medially stripped but intact periosteum.
In this injury, the torn labrum remains attached to the anterior scapular periosteum as is in the Perthes lesion; however, there is the addition of an articular cartilage injury.
Bankart lesions are also characterized by disruption of the anterior scapular periosteum; a feature that distinguishes them from Perthes lesions. Perthes lesions are seen as a gap between the labrum and the glenoid with an intact periosteal sleeve (Figure 8).