subpatellar

infrapatellar

 [in″frah-pah-tel´ar]
below or beneath the patella; called also subpatellar.

sub·pa·tel·lar

(sŭb'pa-tel'ăr),
1. Deep to the patella.
2. Synonym(s): infrapatellar
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These studies indicate that sensory information can be added with a contact on a touch bar or with a subpatellar bandage, causing a reduction in body oscillation.
Therefore, the objective of this study was to investigate the effect of balance training with Nintendo Wii[R] technology, with and without the use of additional sensory information (subpatellar bandage), in the functional mobility and gait speed of elderly female fallers.
(2) Training with additional sensory information (taped condition): subpatellar bandage condition with a pad, a width of 2 cm, Salvape[R] brand, maintaining contact with the skin bilaterally, in an orthostatic position (Figure 1).
Figure 3 represents the measurements of the TUG test before and after training, with additional sensory information, along with the subpatellar bandage.
The gait speed data evaluations before and after training with and without the use of the subpatellar bandage are represented in Figure 4.
Therefore, the objective of this study was to investigate the effect of balance training with Nintendo Wii technology, with and without the use of additional sensory information (subpatellar bandage), in the functional mobility and gait speed of elderly female fallers.
Subpatellar fat pad inflammation most commonly occurred in mountainclimbing enthusiasts and long-term squatting position workers, who have a long history of knee joint strain.
Subpatellar fat pad inflammation can be diagnosed by fulfilling the following conditions: (1) + (2) + (3) + (4) or (1) + (2) + (3) + (5).
The patient was diagnosed with a suspected chronic degenerative tear of the posterior horn of the right medial meniscus and chronic right subpatellar chondrosis, in addition to the extensive cartilaginous degeneration noted in the previously performed MRI study.
This was followed by two intra-articular and subpatellar leukocyte-rich platelet-rich plasma (L-PRP) injections six weeks apart.
1% lidocaine was placed subcutaneously at the injection site to access the subpatellar space; a 21 gauge 1.5 inch needle with 10 cc syringe using 5 cc saline was used to locate the joint space; the patella was pushed laterally and needle was placed under the rim and advanced 2 cm.
In the manifestation of Hoffa's disease, pain and swelling increasing with overload or the movement of the knee in the infrapatellar or retropatellar tendon region, functional impairment imitating ligament injury, massive effusion or recurrent hydrarthrosis episodes, joint weakness, and subpatellar discomfort are observed (3).