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advocated for partial patellectomy by excision of loose fragments and reattachment of patellar tendon with transosseus sutures in comminuted lower pole fractures.
This prospective study was conducted on patients with recurrent patellar dislocation that was clinically diagnosed in Peking University Third Hospital between January 2014 and October 2014.
This procedure is usually performed under local anaesthetic, so that the medial patellar ligament is clearly defined.
The surgeries were indicated in patients with recurrent patellar dislocation with: torn MPFL, minor or moderate trochlear dysplasia, and no serious cartilage damage (Outerbridge grades 3 or 4) established by X-ray, magentic resonance imaging or previous arthroscopic findings [9, 11].
We also wanted to study if neovascularization of the patellar tendon was visible with color flow imaging (CFI) in patients with lasting symptoms after surgical treatment.
Maximal Strength, Muscle Architecture, and Patellar Tendon Morphological Properties
Our case shows the possibility of gout involvement of quite a rare site such as the patellar tendon and underlines the importance of early diagnosis with advanced imaging modalities to facilitate management of disease.
In the present study, different complications were noticed during and after medial patellar desmotomy in different group of animals, (Table-2).
Patellar dislocations are an orthopaedic condition that can be the result of either direct trauma or low energy twisting mechanisms, where the majority of dislocations occur laterally.
Bilateral patellar tendon ruptures are rare, especially amongst patients with no predisposing factors for tendinopathy [1].
Some of the disadvantages include risk of patella fracture, patellar tendonitis, anterior knee pain, and loss of sensation.