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On 01/11/2017

N°268 - Book 2 - November 2017

N°268 - Book 2 - November 2017

Article : Essential points in traumatology of the child’s elb By Ch. Glorion, S. Pannier, Z. Péjin, A. Alves, A. Desroches, D. Thomas, Y. Ouchrif

Trauma to the child’s elbow is common, varied, sometimes difficult to diagnose and not always easy to treat. However, a large proportion of injuries fit into classic presentations and applying a few straightforward principles will lead to excellent results. The elbow does not play a significant role in the longitudinal growth of the upper limb. The aim is essentially to restore the anatomical axes and joint surfaces.

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Article : Arthroscopic reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament with autologous quadriceps tendon grafting By Victoria B. Duthon, Jacques Menetrey

Anterior cruciate ligament reconstructions are traditionally performed using an autologous graft of the hamstring and gracilis tendons or the patellar tendon (PT). The quadriceps tendon (QT) is usually used only for surgical revisions: just 11% of surgeons harvest it for a first intervention.

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Article : Revision total knee replacement: a new approach to manage bone tissue loss By Sébastien Parratte*, Matthew P. Abdel **, Alexandre Lunebourg*, Matthieu Ollivier*, Jean-Noël Argenson*

Total knee arthroplasty is very successful and is likely to be even more so in the future. Moreover, the number of revision total knee replacements (TKRs) is expected to increase by fivefold between now and 2030.

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Article : Bikini and Hueter approach By Frédéric Laude

centimetres toward the lateral surface of the thigh in relation to the Hueter line, which runs from the anterior superior iliac spine to the head of the fibula. It is perfectly possible to carry out a conventional Hueter using a horizontal approach, which merges better with the inguinal creases and is likely to prove particularly interesting in obese patients.

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