Percentages of replantations by digit.
Bar graph showing the number of residents passing and failing on the basis of the level of experience. The results for two sports medicine faculty members are also shown.
Model schematic diagram of rotator cuff repair treatment pathways. While not indicated directly in the diagram, patients are assumed to die on the basis of all-cause mortality, at which time they exit the model and enter a health state of death that is assigned no additional cost or utility. TxT = treatment.
3D CT reconstruction of the distal part of the femur (left knee in 90° of flexion), showing the intercondylar notch. The zoomed image shows the drilled tunnel on axis, with the spatial centers of the tunnel apertures marked in red and the distance between the spatial centers of the tunnel apertures shown by the yellow arrow.
Flow diagram demonstrating the selection of eligible patients for the analysis. Exclusion criteria included revision reconstruction, reconstruction with allograft tissue, the presence of associated ligament injury of grade II or higher, the performance of a meniscal transplant, or the use of a two-incision technique for femoral tunnel ACL reconstruction.
An anteroposterior radiograph demonstrating malunion of the tuberosities following hemiarthroplasty for a proximal humeral fracture.
The critical shoulder angle was measured on standardized anteroposterior radiographs. It is formed by a line connecting the inferior with the superior border of the glenoid fossa and a second line connecting the inferior border of the glenoid with the most inferolateral point of the acromion. This angle reflects not only the lateral extension of the acromion but also the inclination of the glenoid fossa; both of these parameters have previously been shown to be related to degenerative rotator cuff tears.
The proposed innovation cycle that could govern the introduction of new surgical innovations.
Fig. 1-A Articular side of the supraspinatus showing the silk marking sutures that were passed from the articular to the bursal side of the tendon. Fig. 1-B Bursal side of the supraspinatus tendon showing the location of the corresponding suture knots used for tracking displacements. The positions of the actual suture markers are masked with colored dots to help indicate the anatomic substructures. The dotted lines demarcate the medial outer border and the lateral inner border of the rotator cuff cable.
Flowchart demonstrating the four steps in the development and validation of the final version of the Anatomic ACL Reconstruction Checklist. The numbers in parentheses reflect the number of responders in the selected group.
A detailed description of the technical aspects of the analyses and tables showing annual disability payments as well as the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes, rate of occurrence of concomitant procedures, and 2013 average Medicare reimbursements
A table showing relevant studies investigating the effect of tendon-bone contact length on construct strength