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Title: Arthroscopic Lateral Collateral Ligament Complex Reconstruction for Posterolateral Rotatory Instability of the Elbow, the Operative Technique
Authors: Chanlalit C.
Mahasupachai N.
Sakdapanichkul C.
Issue Date: 2021
Abstract: Posterolateral rotatory instability is concerning pathology in patients with recalcitrant lateral elbow pain. An arthroscopic technique can be used to perform reconstruction of lateral collateral ligament for eradicating the instability and also to manage concomitant lesions in a simultaneous operation. Similar to the modified Brostrӧm procedure using an inferior extensor retinaculum to augment the lateral collateral ligament for lateral ankle instability, in our Technical Note, we use anconeus muscles and annular ligament to augment the lateral collateral ligament for elbow instability during the reconstruction, allowing all tissue to heal with the bone by using a knotless technique. © 2021 Arthroscopy Association of North America
ISSN: 22126287
Appears in Collections:Scopus 1983-2021

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