UCLR

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UCLRUlnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction (elbow)
UCLRUniversity of Chicago Law Review (quarterly journal)
UCLRUnited Citizens for Legal Reform
UCLRUniversity of California Lawrence Radiation
UCLRUtah Coalition of La Raza (Salt Lake City, UT)
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The first ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction was performed by Frank Jobe in 1974 on Tommy John, who was a prominent pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers at the time.
Biomechanical evaluation of a new ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction technique with interference screw fixation.
Long-term results of ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction in throwing athletes based on a hybrid technique.
The modified docking procedure for elbow ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction: 2-year follow-up in elite throwers.
Trends in Medial Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction in the United States: A Retrospective Review of a Large Private-Payer Database From 2007 to 2011.
Classical techniques described ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction using Palmaris longus graft.
Hutchinson, "A systematic review of ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction techniques," The American Journal of Sports Medicine, vol.
Avulsion of the medial epicondyle after ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction: imaging of a rare throwing injury.
The Worcester starter has experienced a resurgence in his comeback from undergoing not one, but two ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction surgeries - more commonly known as Tommy John surgery - and yesterday Mattox was scratched from his scheduled start because his contract was purchased by the Kansas City Royals.
Ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction revisited: The procedure I use and why.
Effects of the adductor pollicis and abductor pollicis brevis on thumb metacarpophalangeal joint laxity before and after ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction. J Hand Surg [Am].