RESULTADOS A CORTO PLAZO DE LA CORRELACIÓN CLÍNICO RADIOLÓGICA MEDIANTE RM DE LA TÉCNICA AMIC PARA EL TRATAMIENTO DE LESIONES CONDRALES DE LA RODILLA.

Autores/as

  • Milton César Rendón Villa
  • Rosa Domínguez Oronoz
  • Lourdes Casas Gomila
  • Matías De Albert De Las Vigo
  • Antoni Rivas García
  • Nayana Joshi Jubert

Palabras clave:

TÉCNICA AMIC, poster, seram, LESIONES CONDRALES DE LA RODILLA

Resumen

Objetivos
INTRODUCCIÓN:
La articulación femoropatelar es compleja y está sometida a fuerzas axiales y de cizallamiento. Los defectos condrales de la misma están asociados con Frecuencia a una presión femoropatelar anormal tal como la compresión lateral o la posición lateral excesiva de la rótula en la tróclea [2,3]. Los defectos del
cartílago rotuliano son frecuentes especialmente en los atletas y jóvenes, los cuales sufren dolor, bloqueo e hinchazón.

Material y métodos
Nueve pacientes entre 24 y 62 años con uno o más defectos condrales focales rotulianos grado III-IV según la escala de Outerbridge, (3 defectos grado III y 6 grado IV), entre 10 y 20 mm de diámetro, fueron tratados mediante la técnica AMIC en nuestra institución entre enero del 2014 a mayo del 2015.
Los criterios de exclusión fueron: edad menor de 15 y mayores de 50 años, la mala alineación femoropatelar o tibio-femoral y los pacientes con lesiones condrales en el fémur, la tibia o tróclea. 

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2018-11-22

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Rendón Villa, M. C., Domínguez Oronoz, R., Casas Gomila, L., De Albert De Las Vigo, M., Rivas García, A., & Joshi Jubert, N. (2018). RESULTADOS A CORTO PLAZO DE LA CORRELACIÓN CLÍNICO RADIOLÓGICA MEDIANTE RM DE LA TÉCNICA AMIC PARA EL TRATAMIENTO DE LESIONES CONDRALES DE LA RODILLA. Seram. Recuperado a partir de https://piper.espacio-seram.com/index.php/seram/article/view/1412

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