Posterolateral corner reconstruction: Approach to treatment including mini-open and arthroscopic techniques (ICL 10)

Ivan Saenz, Xavier Pelfort, Robert F. LaPrade, Brett A. Fritsch, Pablo E. Gelber, Karl Heinz Frosch

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Abstract

© ESSKA 2016. The posterolateral corner of the knee is an anatomically complex region. Successful treatment of injuries to this part of the knee requires a detailed understanding of its anatomy and biomechanics. Injuries are graded based upon the structures involved and the resulting patterns of instability, and there are multiple different reconstruction techniques described, all of which differ in their ability to recreate the biomechanics of this region. The approaches for performing these reconstructions run the gamut from total open, to minimally invasive, through to arthroscopically assisted techniques.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationESSKA Instructional Course Lecture Book: Barcelona 2016
Pages113-126
Number of pages13
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2016

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