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Type: Artigo
Title: Prefered Surgical Technique Used By Orthopedists In Acute Acromioclavicular Dislocation
Author: Nishimi
Alexandre Yukio; Arbex
Demetrio Simão; Martins
Diogo Lucas Campos; Gusmão
Carlos Vinicius Buarque De; Bongiovanni
Roberto Rangel; Pascarelli
Luciano
Abstract: To determine whether training on shoulder and elbow surgery influences the orthopedist surgeons' preferred technique to address acute acromioclavicular joint dislocation (ACD). Methods: A survey was conducted with shoulder and elbow specialists and general orthopedists on their preferred technique to address acute ACD. Results: Thirty specialists and forty-five general orthopedists joined the study. Most specialists preferred the endobutton technique, while most general orthopedists preferred the modified Phemister procedure for coracoclavicular ligament repair using anchors. We found no difference between specialists and general orthopedists in the number of tunnels used to repair the coracoclavicular ligament; preferred method for wire insertion through the clavicular tunnels; buried versus unburied Kirschner wire insertion for acromioclavicular temporary fixation; and time for its removal; and regarding the suture thread used for deltotrapezoidal fascia closure. Conclusion: Training on shoulder and elbow surgery influences the surgeons' preferred technique to address acute ACD. Level of Evidence V, Expert Opinion.
Subject: Acromioclavicular Joint/surgery. Surgical Procedures
Operative. Orthopedica. Surveys And Questionnaires.
Editor: ATHA EDITORA
Rights: aberto
Address: http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1413-78522016000500249&lng=en&tlng=en
Date Issue: 2016
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