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Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery

Ajay Malviya
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December 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
Ben Efrima, Nathan Safran, Eyal Amar, Ira Bachar Avnieli, Yehuda Kollander, Ehud Rath
This report presents a case of a 37-year-old female with a history of hip pain. Magnetic resonance arthrography revealed loose bodies within the joint and synovial hypertrophy indicative of synovial chondromatosis (SC). Hip arthroscopy revealed free chondral bodies and focal villonodular synovial proliferation. The focal synovial proliferation was excised, a total synovectomy performed, and all cartilaginous free bodies removed. A post-operative histological examination of the removed nodular mass and synovium yielded evidence of both SC and pigmented villonodular synovitis (PVNS)...
December 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
Thomas Y Wong, Mary K Jesse, Alexandria Jensen, Matthew J Kraeutler, Christopher Coleman, Omer Mei-Dan
While radiographic findings of frank hip dysplasia are well defined, there is a lack of diagnostic criteria for patients with radiographically 'normal' hips who have borderline morphologic deficits and clinical instability. In this study, we aim to define and validate a new radiographic finding associated with hip instability known as the upsloping lateral sourcil (ULS). Patients (316) were reviewed for lateral center edge angles, generalized joint laxity assessed with the Beighton Hypermobility Score and the presence of the ULS...
December 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
Ryan Sutton, Ibrahim Azboy, Camilo Restrepo, Javad Parvizi
Ptosis is a newly described phenomenon appearing on AP radiographs of patients undergoing femoroacetabular osteoplasty (FAO), and refers to a reverse break down in Shenton's Line. Thorough characterization of this phenomenon is needed to better understand the hip morphology and pathologic ramifications. Our goal was to define the radiographic hip parameters accompanying a break down in Shenton's Line and to determine how these values compare with standard values in normal hips. Using two independent readers, we retrospectively reviewed the medical records and preoperative supine radiographs of 630 patients (1260 hips) who underwent FAO by a single surgeon between 2003 and 2016...
December 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
Jody M Litrenta, Benjamin G Domb
Femoral version is reported to vary in relation to age, gender and other patient-specific factors. Differences in femoral version are suspected to contribute to the development of hip pathology. However, normative data on pathologic hips has never been reported. To evaluate the femoral version in a large population of patients with symptomatic hip pathology treated with arthroscopy and report differences within this group based on age, gender, bony morphology and other hip-related factors. A prospectively gathered database of 1449 hips was reviewed...
December 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
Anthony P Trenga, Justin M LaReau, Mary R Close, Benjamin G Domb
The purpose of this study was to investigate the association between ligamentum teres (LT) tears with hypertrophy of the acetabular labrum and cartilage and labral damage. Surgeries (1723) were performed from February 2010 to March 2016 with arthroscopic measurement of the labrum and assessment of the LT, labrum and acetabular cartilage. Labral width was measured in the anterosuperior (AS), anteroinferior (AI), posteroinferior (PI) and posterosuperior (PS) quadrants. Grade 2 (50-99% torn) LT tears had larger labra in all four quadrants (AS = 5...
December 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
Hamed Vahedi, Abtin Alvand, Seyed Morteza Kazemi, Ibrahim Azboy, Javad Parvizi
Although there are well described radiological criteria for diagnosing DDH, our experience has highlighted that a new sub-category of hips exists in which the classic radiographic characteristics for DDH may be normal but the coverage of the femoral head is compromised. The purpose of this study was to validate a simple radiographic measurement method for calculating the depth of the acetabulum in order to detect individuals with 'low-volume' acetabuli and under-covered femoral heads. We identified 24 patients who were suspected of having low-volume acetabuli and compared their radiographs with those of 150 patients with non-dysplastic hips...
December 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
Peter J Moley, Caitlin K Gribbin, Elizabeth Vargas, Bryan T Kelly
Locating the source of lumbopelvic-hip pain requires the consideration of multiple clinical pathways. Although low back pain has an incidence of 50% in the adolescent population, the pathophysiology in this population typically differs from that of other age groups. Dynamic mechanical impairments of the hip, such as femoroacetabular impingement, may contribute to the pathogenesis of adolescent low back pain. Eight adolescent male athletes who presented to a single provider with a primary complaint of low back pain with hip pain or motion loss on exam and were ultimately diagnosed with lumbar spondylolysis and dynamic mechanical hip issues between 2009 and 2011 were included...
December 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
David R Krueger, Markus Gesslein, Michael Schuetz, Carsten Perka, Joerg H Schroeder
To evaluate the clinical outcome after arthroscopic matrix-associated injectable autologous chondrocyte implantation (ACI) in patients with large full-thickness acetabular cartilage defects. ACI was performed in young patients with full-thickness acetabular cartilage defects ≥2 cm2 in a two-step arthroscopic procedure. The patients were followed closely with clinical examinations and pre- and postoperative scores. The modified Harris Hip Score (mHHS), iHOT33 questionnaire (iHOT33) and the Subjective Hip Value (SHV) were surveyed...
December 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
Gloria N Boye, James D Wylie, Patricia E Miller, Young-Jo Kim, Michael B Millis
Our objective was to determine the frequency and strength of agreement between patients and their surgeons on preoperative expectations of the outcomes of periacetabular osteotomy (PAO) surgery. We also sought to determine whether patient preoperative function and pain levels were associated with patients' and surgeons' expectations and to identify the motivating factors for patients to undergo PAO. Two surgeons and their combined 68 patients preoperatively completed 4-point Likert-scales rating their expectations of improvement in six domains representing different hip symptoms after surgery...
December 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
Eduardo N Novais, Benjamin R Coobs, Jeff J Nepple, John C Clohisy
Surgical treatment of hip dysplasia by arthroscopic procedures remains controversial. The aim of this study was to compare outcomes of periacetabular osteotomy (PAO) after failed hip arthroscopy to a matched-control group without previous arthroscopy. Fifty-two patients who underwent PAO after failed hip arthroscopy were matched to two subjects without arthroscopy based on age, sex, BMI and radiographic severity. Pre- and post-operative patient self-reported outcomes and radiographic parameters were compared at minimum 1-year follow-up...
December 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
Farshad Adib, Aaron J Johnson, William L Hennrikus, Adam Nasreddine, Mininder Kocher, Yi-Meng Yen
The incidence of iliopsoas tendonitis (IPT) has not previously reported following hip arthroscopy for femoroacetabular impingement with or without labral tears. (i) What is the incidence of IPT following hip arthroscopy; (ii) are there any demographic risk factors and (iii) are there any operative techniques that are risk for IPT? Retrospective study. Hip arthroscopy patients from 2005 to 2012 were included. Patients were diagnosed via physical examination findings and were excluded if they had pre-operative IPT...
December 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
Shruti Raut, Sachin Daivajna, Naoki Nakano, Vikas Khanduja
The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of symptomatic labral tears on the sex lives of women and the effect of surgical intervention on hip symptoms during sexual intercourse. One hundred and twenty consecutive women who had undergone hip arthroscopy under a single surgeon at a tertiary referral centre were identified. A specific questionnaire was designed and sent to each of the patients. Data were collected on the nature of symptoms, if they experienced any hip pain during sexual intercourse and if this had impacted on their sex lives and the degree of resolution of hip symptoms after the procedure, on a scale of 1-10...
December 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
Matthew J Kraeutler, Colin D Strickland, Matthew J Brick, Tigran Garabekyan, Jason T K Woon, Vivek Chadayammuri, Omer Mei-Dan
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) appearance of the hip capsule in patients with femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) undergoing hip arthroscopy with capsular repair versus non-repair. A multicenter clinical trial was performed with 31 patients (49 hips) undergoing hip arthroscopy for treatment of FAI. A small- to moderate-sized interportal capsulotomy was performed. Each hip was randomized to capsular repair versus non-repair of the interportal capsulotomy. MRI was performed at 6 and 24 weeks postoperatively and was analyzed by two musculoskeletal radiologists...
December 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
Karan A Patel, Benjamin G Domb, Aaron J Krych, John M Redmond, Bruce A Levy, David E Hartigan
The purpose of this study was to determine if patients undergoing hip arthroscopy for labral pathology with contralateral total hip arthroplasty (THA) have a difference in revision surgeries or patient-reported outcomes (PROs) when compared with those patients undergoing hip arthroscopy for labral pathology with a native contralateral hip. A retrospective review was performed for patients that were undergoing hip arthroscopy between 2008 and 2015. Patients were included in the study group if they met the following inclusion criteria: Tönnis Grade 0 or 1, hip labral pathology, previous contralateral THA, and greater than 2-year follow-up with completion of all PROs or conversion to a THA...
December 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
Ran Atzmon, Joshua R Radparvar, Zachary T Sharfman, Alison A Dallich, Eyal Amar, Ehud Rath
The acetabular labrum plays a key role in maintaining hip function and minimizing hip degeneration. Once thought to be a rare pathology, advances in imaging have led to an increase in the number of diagnosed labral tears. While still a relatively new field, labral reconstruction surgery is an option for tears that are irreparable or require revision after primary repair. Various autograft and allograft options exist when considering labral reconstruction. The first labral reconstruction surgery was described using the ligamentum teres capitis, and has since evolved, incorporating more graft sources and reconstructive techniques...
December 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
Richard Ricky Villar
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
December 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
Ajay Malviya
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
August 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
Ira Bachar Avnieli, Eyal Amar, Ben Efrima, Yehuda Kollander, Ehud Rath, Harrison Volaski
The most common types of cystic lesions around the hip joint are synovial or ganglion cysts. In rare cases, the cysts can compress adjacent structures and cause symptoms to arise. Obturator neuropathy secondary to a hip ganglion cyst is a rare phenomenon, with scarce reports on suggested treatment options. Hip arthroscopy is a potential minimally invasive treatment that has yet to be described in such cases. We present a 52-year-old male suffering from obturator neuropathy caused by an intra-pelvic ganglion cyst arising from the hip joint...
August 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
Adam C Shaner, Andrea M Spiker, Marci A Goolsby, Bryan T Kelly, David L Helfet
Stress fractures are common injuries associated with repetitive high-impact activities, often in high-level athletes and military recruits. Although predominantly occurring in the lower extremities, stress fractures may occur wherever there is a sudden increase in frequency or intensity of activity, thereby overloading the yield point of the local bone environment. Ischial stress fractures are a rarely diagnosed cause of pain around the hip and pelvis. Often, patients present with buttock pain with activity, which can be misdiagnosed as proximal hamstring tendonitis or avulsion...
August 2018: Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery
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