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Phoenix Diagnostic Clinic

Differentials Trochlear dysplazia  ←  Patellar instability


Patellar instability:

– Incidenta 5.8/100,000
– After nonoperative treatment 15-50% recurrence rate
– 55% fail to return to sport acitivity after primary dislocation
Atkin DM et al. Am J Sports Med 2000;28:472

Causes: multifactorial
– Oseous arhitecture
– Soft-tissue constraints (muscles)
Patellar instability


Osseous arhitecture:

1. Trochlear dysplasia
2. Patella alta
3. Femoral and tibial torsion

Soft-tissue causes:

1. Retinacula: medial patellar retinaculum
2. Vastul medialis and vastus lateralis


September 3, 2009

Phoenix Diagnostic Clinic, Bucharest
  

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