Reconstructive Techniques in FAI Surgery View Full Text


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2016-09-16

AUTHORS

Marc J. Philippon , Karen K. Briggs

ABSTRACT

Reconstructive procedures including labral reconstruction, ligamentum teres reconstruction, and capsule reconstruction have recently been described. These advanced procedures were developed to treat more difficult pathologies, which appear to increase as the number of hip arthroscopies increase. Previous research has shown that loss of labral tissue can cause detrimental effects on the health of the hip joint, particularly the loss of the sealing function for fluid mechanics. In patients, where previous labral debridement has resulted in labral deficiency, labral reconstruction using the iliotibial band autograft can provide the patient with improved clinical function. In addition, the labral reconstruction has been shown to help combat some of the effects of labral deficiency. The hip capsulotomy is often completed during arthroscopy to increase visualization. In some patients, capsular incisions have resulted in a deficient capsule, causing a range of presentations from frank instability to the emerging concept of micro-instability.. This chapter describes a technique to reconstruct or augment the capsule. In addition, a technique to reconstruct the ligamentum teres and review early reports of outcomes will be included in the chapter. More... »

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163-172

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