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This edition includes new advances and approaches and new chapters on open interior shoulder stabilization, the Latarjet procedure, superior capsular reconstruction, augmentation of single bundle ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) tears, the individualized approach to ACL reconstruction, the anterolateral ligament, extra-articular tenodesis of the knee, double bundle PCL (posterior cruciate ligament) reconstruction, osteotomies of the knee, labral reconstruction, subspine impingement of the hip, proximal hamstring avulsions, Achilles tendon repair, and treatment of osteochondral lesions of the talar dome.
(1-6,9-12) Recent anatomical studies have identified a lateral structure, the anterolateral ligament (ALL), as a potential source of residual pivoting following ACL reconstruction.
In the concluding statement of their anatomic study, they state that "the deep, capsulo-osseous and superficial layers of the ITB function as an anterolateral ligament of the knee." (15) It is possible that this is the origin of the term "anterolateral ligament" in relationship to these structures.
There is no enough evidence if tibial osteotomy can reduce re(rupture), in according to reduce posterior tibial slope [54] or does the reconstruction of anterolateral ligament provide greater rotatory stability.
With the further deepen understanding of anterolateral ligament (ALL), some scholars believed that reconstructing this structure could improve the knee's rotational stability effectively (Bonasia et al., 2015; Pomajzl et al., 2015; Sonnery-Cottet et al., 2015; Smith et al., 2015).
But that is not so true since a recent example of last year shows us that Belgian scientists rediscovered the anterolateral ligament of the human knee, that had been overlooked since 1879 and their description of how important it is for our knee function, in detail, drew considerable attention to the realization that we still do not have full knowledge of our own bodies4.
Steven Claes, M.D., of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery & Traumatology, University Hospitals Leuven, Leuven, Belgium, is the lead author of the simply titled paper "Anatomy of the anterolateral ligament of the knee" that made global news in 2013 by finally naming the elusive ligament.
The new study that gives us the first modern detailed anatomy of the anterolateral ligament sought to affirm the presence and outline the characteristics of what the French surgeon Segond described back in 1879 as a "pearly, resistant, fibrous band" at the anterolateral aspect of the human knee.
In the last few years the anatomy of knee joint was often high lighted as one of risk factors, such as the influence of anterolateral ligament on knee stability [2], size of intercondylar notch or posterior tibial slope (PTS) as potential factors for ACL rupture [1, 11, 12].
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