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Comparison of Hook Plate Alone, Hook Plate Augmented with Suture Anchor, and Arthroscopically-assisted TightRope Fixation in the Treatment of Patients with Acute Type V Acromioclavicular Joint Dislocations.

Introduction The correct treatment for Rockwood type V acromioclavicular joint dislocation is uncertain. Hypothesis Hook plate augmented with suture anchor may have different clinical and radiological outcomes than hook plate alone, and arthroscopically assisted TightRope techniques in treating acute type V AC joint dislocations. 61 patients with acute type V AC joint dislocations between December 2010 and August 2018 were included in this retrospective analysis. 61 patients with acute type VAC joint dislocations between December 2010 and August 2018. At 3-month and 2-year post-operatively, we measured the coracoclavicular distance differences and CCD ratio compared to the uninjured side's pre-operatively, immediately post-operatively, and immediately post-operatively. At 3-month and two years after the operation, the HA group had significantly less error correction compared to the TR group. Compared to TightRope fixation at a two-year follow-up, the hook plate alone and hook plate with suture anchor augmentation techniques produced less vertical instability.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36455863


Early loss of radiographic reduction after acute acromioclavicular joint reconstruction: Comparison of open Double Endobutton fixation vs. Nottingham Surgilig.

Introduction In the acutely inflaming acromioclavicular joint dislocations, surgical intervention is usually indicated. The Double Endobutton and the Nottingham Surgilig procedure are two of the most common and well-defined surgical techniques, among the many available surgical methods. Methods and methods The research included a total of 48 patients who met the inclusion criteria. Patients were divided into two groups and post operative assessment of the patients was done using the Oxford Shoulder and Constant Murley scores. Both methods result in the successful management of troubled ACJ dislocations in the treatment of unstable ACJ dislocations, but the risk of early radiographic failure remains high in the double Endobutton technique. Discussion The risk of early loss of radiographic reduction in both groups remains high.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36426962


Acromioclavicular joint reconstruction: An analysis of the readability and quality of online patient information

Background: Patients use the internet for health information relating to surgery, for the time being. . The aim of this research is to determine the accuracy and quality of online health reports relating to acromioclavicular joint reconstruction's reconstruction. These scores were generated using an online calculator and assessed readability using three criteria Gunning FOG, Flesch Kincaid Grade, and Flesch Reading Ease. According to the GF and FKG results respectively, no website was pitched at 6th grade level, and only 4 and 2 of the websites were promoted at this level. Conclusion: Online patient data relating to acromioclavicular joint reconstruction is of poor quality and is impossible to read. Providing high quality online data, which is easy to read for the average patient, can lead to improved patient involvement in the decision process and therefore improved patient outcomes.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/PPR/PPR574808

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