bipartite patella


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bipartite patella

The developing patella that matures from two centers rather than one. This usually congenital condition causes no symptoms but may be mistaken for a fracture.
See also: patella
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We concluded that tophi around the bipartite patella should be treated by a combination of surgical excision and uricosuric agents to prevent deposition causing recurrence of gouty attacks and to preserve the second part of patella as much as possible.
Bipartite patella in the adolescent: Results of surgical excision.
Painful bipartite patella. A new approach to operative treatment.
Arthroscopic treatment of symptomatic bipartite patella. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc 2011;19:398-9.
Contemporary management of symptomatic bipartite patella. Orthopedics 2009;32:850-1.
In conclusion, KT is an effective method in decreasing anterior knee pain that can be used in symptomatic bipartite patella patients.
Excision of painful bipartite patella: good long-term outcome in young adults.
Bone union of painful bipartite patella after treatment with low-intensity pulsed ultrasound: report of two cases.
Efficacy of lateral retinacular release for painful bipartite patella. Am J Sports Med 1995;23:13-8.
Radiographies of 24 years-old female (a, superolateral bipartite patella), 34 years-old male (b, lateral bipartite patella) and 57 years-old male (c, superolateral tripartite patella) patients.
The Imaging studies related to prevalence of bipartite patella. Authors, year Diagnostic Method Population Material (Male/Female) Aydinlioglu et Bilateral Retrospective 310 (175/135) al.
Resch, "Traumatic separation of an uncommon bipartite patella type: a case report," Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy, vol.