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ALLMedicine™ Knee Dislocation Center

Research & Reviews  129 results

Open knee dislocation, triple intra-articular fractures and patellar tendon rupture: ca...
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9082914
BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders; Vosoughi F, Vosoughi F et. al.

May 10th, 2022 - Open knee fracture-dislocation is a rare orthopedic injury. However, the importance of its correct management could not be overstated. To the best of our knowledge, this is the fifth study reporting a case with simultaneous Hoffa fracture and knee...

Examining the Bone Bruise Patterns in Multiligament Knee Injuries With Peroneal Nerve I...
https://doi.org/10.1177/03635465221087406
The American Journal of Sports Medicine; Moran J, Schneble CA et. al.

Apr 7th, 2022 - Tibiofemoral bone bruise patterns seen on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are associated with ligamentous injuries in the acutely injured knee. Bone bruise patterns in multiligament knee injuries (MLKIs) and particularly their association with co...

Review of Extensor Mechanism Injuries in the Dislocated Knee.
https://doi.org/10.1055/s-0042-1743224
The Journal of Knee Surgery; Okoye M, Wissman A et. al.

Mar 1st, 2022 - Knee dislocations, aka multiligamentous injuries, are uncommon but devastating injuries often following high-energy trauma. Tears of the major knee stabilizers are well documented; however, injuries of the knee extensor mechanism are less commonly...

Primary repair of multiligament knee injury with InternalBrace ligament augmentation.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8728444
BMJ Case Reports; Paterson-Byrne PA, Wilson WT et. al.

Jan 6th, 2022 - Multiligament injury of the knee usually occurs as a result of high-energy trauma causing tibiofemoral dislocation. These are rare but potentially limb-threatening injuries, frequently involving nerve or arterial damage and often leading to severe...

Vascular and Neurological Injury in Children With Posterior Traumatic Knee Dislocation.
https://doi.org/10.1177/00031348211050589
The American Surgeon; Parrado RH, Notrica DM

Nov 9th, 2021 - Posterior knee dislocations (PKD) in children are uncommon but may be associated with vascular injury. The purpose of this study is to characterize the frequency of vascular injury in PKD as well as define patient characteristic, procedures, types...

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Clinicaltrials.gov  4 results

Late Compared to Early Physiotherapy Following Knee Dislocation
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01296750

Jan 20th, 2021 - A knee dislocation is an unusual and extremely serious injury and is defined as complete displacement of the tibia with respect to the femur, usually with disruption of 3 or more of the stabilizing ligaments. When the knee dislocates, there is oft...

Clinical Outcomes Of Multi-ligament Knee Injuries In Assiut University Hospitals
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04709133

Jan 14th, 2021 - Approximately 50% of all knee dislocations reduce spontaneously before the physician's arrival. Thus, high suspicion must be held, and literally every MLKI must be treated immediately as a true knee dislocation until proven otherwise. Failing to r...

Compass Hinge Stabilization of Knee Dislocations: A Randomized Trial
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT00582517

Jun 5th, 2017 - Prospective randomized outcome study. Patients will be randomized either into the control group (Group A) or the study group (Group B) based on a computer generated randomization table. Both groups will undergo an identical surgical protocol, as o...

Knee Dislocation - Clinical Evaluation of the Use of Hinged External Fixator After Ligament Reconstruction
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02290197

Nov 13th, 2014 - Knee dislocation is a serious injury, usually caused by high-energy trauma. It is classically defined as complete loss of articular congruence between the femur and the tibia, confirmed by radiography. However it is common that the reduction happe...

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News  5 results

Obesity Ups Risk of Vascular Complications After Knee Dislocation
https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/888414

Nov 13th, 2017 - (Reuters Health) - Knee dislocations are becoming more common among obese people, and these patients are more likely than normal-weight individuals to develop vascular damage that can lead to amputations, a recent study suggests. For the current s...

Hinged-Knee External Fixator Used to Reduce and Maintain Subacute Tibiofemoral Coronal Subluxation
https://www.mdedge.com/surgery/article/119700/knee/hinged-knee-external-fixator-used-reduce-and-maintain-subacute/page/0/1?channel=237

Dec 9th, 2016 - Discussion Although knee dislocations with multiligamentous involvement are rare, their outcomes can be poor. Fortunately, the principles of managing these complex injuries in the acute stage are becoming clearer.

Fast Five Quiz: Are You Prepared to Confront Knee Dislocations?
https://reference.medscape.com/viewarticle/853971

Nov 9th, 2015 - Knee dislocation is a relatively rare injury, but an important one to recognize because coexistent vascular injury, if missed, often leads to limb loss. In addition, knee dislocation often presents in the context of multisystem trauma or spontaneo...

Simple Falls, Slips Proving Treacherous for Obese
https://www.mdedge.com/rheumatology/article/56343/obesity/simple-falls-slips-proving-treacherous-obese
Patrice Wendling

Oct 19th, 2012 - MILWAUKEE – The obesity epidemic in the United States is bringing Americans to their knees, literally. A growing number of obese patients are presenting to the emergency department with low-energy (LE) knee dislocations (KDs) caused by slips and f.

Knee Dislocations Require Routine Arteriography, Study Shows
https://www.mdedge.com/familymedicine/article/28558/rheumatology/knee-dislocations-require-routine-arteriography-study
Family Practice News; Bruce K. Dixon

CHICAGO — Physical examination of the multidislocated knee is inadequate for determining the need for arteriography, according to a University of Michigan study. “Routine arteriography is justified in multiligament injuries to the knee by the high.

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