By Vicente Sanchis-Alfonso M.D., Ph.D. (auth.), Vicente Sanchis-Alfonso (eds.)
an image is worthy one thousand phrases, and the objective of this atlas is to higher comprehend patellofemoral stipulations via images. for this reason the explanation we now have determined to submit this ebook, that's a set of the best photos of patellofemoral joint surgical procedure, supplied by means of international popular experts in Knee surgical procedure. all of the photos, footnotes and summaries are compiled so one can show an easy knowing of this advanced challenge. this can be a very sensible booklet, geared toward the overall orthopedic health professional and in addition those who focus on surgical procedure of the knee. The booklet is split into 4 sections, the 1st part makes a speciality of the etiopathogenic bases, the second one part makes a speciality of rising applied sciences, the 3rd part comprises tricky scientific circumstances studied, and the fourth part presents an outline of an important surgical concepts for the knee extensor mechanism.
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Anatomical study of the medial patellofemoral ligament. Orthop Surg Suppl. 1992;22:2–5) 43 N. Khan et al. 44 a b c Fig. 4 Axial view of the patellofemoral articulation at (a) 0º, (b) 60º, and (c) 120º flexion with a 1-kg load applied to the quadriceps (From Nomura E, Horiuchi Y, a b Fig. 5 Anterolateral view of the patellofemoral articulation at (a) 0º, (b) 60º, and (c) 120º flexion with a 1-kg load applied to the quadriceps (From Nomura E, Fujikawa Kihara M. Medial patellofemoral ligament restraint in lateral patellar translation and reconstruction.
Symmetry between the knees is necessary for people to perform everyday activities comfortably and for athletes to function at a high level. Through observation and research on thousands of patients, we have found that unilateral anterior knee pain can largely be attributed to asymmetry between knees, in particular the loss of full knee extension. Loss of full knee extension can be caused by many factors. Regardless of the specific etiology, patients favor one knee by standing solely on the normal knee rather than using both legs equally.
D. Southern California Permanente Medical Group, El Cajon, CA, USA E. D. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, International Goodwill Hospital, Yokohama, Japan V. 1007/978-1-4471-4495-3_7, © Springer-Verlag London 2013 41 N. Khan et al. 42 Fig. 1 Macroscopic observation of the MPFL. When the VMO is reflected, the (a) MPFL can be seen. (b) With VMO resected, the full course of the MPFL is seen. Two pins are placed at the femoral attachment (From Nomura E, Fujikawa T, Takeda T, et al. Anatomical study of the medial patellofemoral ligament.