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    Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty for Massive, Irreparable Rotator Cuff Tears Before the Age of 60 Years: Long-Term Results

    Ernstbrunner, Lukas, Suter, Aline, Catanzaro, Sabrina, Rahm, Stefan, Gerber, Christian
    The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 2017, Vol.99(20), pp.1721-1729 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    MR findings associated with positive distraction of the hip joint achieved by axial traction

    Suter, Aline, Dietrich, Tobias, Maier, Matthias, Dora, Claudio, Pfirrmann, Christian
    Skeletal Radiology, 2015, Vol.44(6), pp.787-795 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Supraacetabular fossa (pseudodefect of acetabular cartilage): frequency at MR arthrography and comparison of findings at MR arthrography and arthroscopy

    Dietrich, Tobias J, Suter, Aline, Pfirrmann, Christian W A, Dora, Claudio, Fucentese, Sandro F, Zanetti, Marco
    Radiology, May 2012, Vol.263(2), pp.484-91 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Supraacetabular fossa (pseudodefect of acetabular cartilage): frequency at MR arthrography and comparison of findings at MR arthrography and arthroscopy
    Auteur: Dietrich, Tobias J; Suter, Aline; Pfirrmann, Christian W A; Dora, Claudio; Fucentese, Sandro F; Zanetti, Marco
    Sujet: Acetabulum -- Pathology ; Cartilage, Articular -- Pathology ; Hip Joint -- Pathology ; Magnetic Resonance Imaging -- Methods
    Description: To evaluate the frequency of the supraacetabular fossa (SAF) (pseudodefect of acetabular cartilage) at magnetic resonance (MR) arthrography of the hip and to compare the MR findings with those from arthroscopy. All patients gave written permission for anonymized use of their medical data for scientific purposes before the imaging examination. The study was submitted to the institutional review board, and the need to obtain additional approval was waived. A medical student, a radiology fellow, and two senior radiologists reviewed 1002 consecutive MR arthrograms for the presence of an accessory bony fossa in the roof of the acetabulum, or SAF. SAF was classified into two types: type 1, which was filled with contrast material on MR arthrograms, and type 2, which was filled with cartilage. The width of the SAF was measured on coronal and sagittal MR images. MR arthrograms showing SAF were evaluated for subchondral reactions. Findings at MR arthrography were compared with those from arthroscopy in four hip joints with SAF type 1 and 13 with SAF type 2. Sixteen of the 1002 hip joints (1.6%; four female and 12 male patients; mean age, 20.1 years) had SAF type 1 (mean width, 5.2 × 4.5 mm). Eighty-nine hip joints (8.9%; 43 female and 46 male patients; mean age, 37.8 years) had SAF type 2 (mean width, 5.1 × 4.7 mm). No subchondral changes were found around the SAF. No cartilage defect was seen at the site of the SAF at arthroscopy. The high frequency of SAF on MR arthrograms (10.5%), the absence of subchondral reaction, and the absence of cartilage defects at arthroscopy indicate that the SAF of the acetabulum likely represents a variant.
    Fait partie de: Radiology, May 2012, Vol.263(2), pp.484-91
    Identifiant: 1527-1315 (E-ISSN); 22416250 Version (PMID); 10.1148/radiol.12111397 (DOI)

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    Paper #31 - Salvage reverse total shoulder arthroplasty for failed operative treatment of proximal humeral fractures in patients younger 60 years: long-term results

    Ernstbrunner, Lukas, Rahm, Stefan, Suter, Aline, Imam, Mohamed A, Catanzaro, Sabrina, Gerber, Christian
    Journal of shoulder and elbow surgery, June 2019, Vol.28(6), pp.e215-e215 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Paper #31 - Salvage reverse total shoulder arthroplasty for failed operative treatment of proximal humeral fractures in patients younger 60 years: long-term results
    Auteur: Ernstbrunner, Lukas; Rahm, Stefan; Suter, Aline; Imam, Mohamed A; Catanzaro, Sabrina; Gerber, Christian
    Fait partie de: Journal of shoulder and elbow surgery, June 2019, Vol.28(6), pp.e215-e215
    Identifiant: 1058-2746 (ISSN); 1532-6500 (E-ISSN); 10.1016/j.jse.2018.11.032 (DOI)

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    Salvage reverse total shoulder arthroplasty for failed operative treatment of proximal humeral fractures in patients younger than 60 years: long-term results

    Ernstbrunner, Lukas, Rahm, Stefan, Suter, Aline, Imam, Mohamed A, Catanzaro, Sabrina, Grubhofer, Florian, Gerber, Christian
    Journal of shoulder and elbow surgery, March 2020, Vol.29(3), pp.561-570 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Watertightness of wound closure in lumbar spine-a comparison of different techniques

    Suter, Aline, Spirig, José Miguel, Fornaciari, Paolo, Bachmann, Elias, Götschi, Tobias, Klein, Karina, Farshad, Mazda
    Journal of spine surgery (Hong Kong), September 2019, Vol.5(3), pp.358-364
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    Titre: Watertightness of wound closure in lumbar spine-a comparison of different techniques
    Auteur: Suter, Aline; Spirig, José Miguel; Fornaciari, Paolo; Bachmann, Elias; Götschi, Tobias; Klein, Karina; Farshad, Mazda
    Sujet: Wound Closure ; Incidental Durotomy ; Lumbar Spine ; Suture Technique ; Watertightness
    Description: Since a primary watertight dural suture after incidental durotomies has a failure rate of 5-10%, a watertight closure technique of the overlying layers (fascia, subcutis and skin) is essential. The purpose of this cadaveric study was to find the most watertight closure technique for fascia, subcutis and skin. Different suturing techniques were tested for each layer in a sheep cadaveric model by measuring the leakage pressure. The specimens were mounted on a pressure chamber connected to a manometer and a water tube system. Subsequently, the leakage was over-sewed with a cross stitch and the experiment was repeated. Cross stitch suturing [median =180 mbar (43; 660)] performed best compared to continuous [median =16 mbar (6; 52)] (P=0.003) but not to single knot [median =118 mbar (21; 387)] (P=1.0) or locking stitch suturing [median =109 mbar (3; 149)] (P=0.93) for fascia closure. Continuous suture [median =9 mbar (3; 14)] resulted in a higher leakage pressure than single knot [median =1 mbar (1; 6)] (P=0.017) for subcutaneous closure. No significant differences were found between intracutaneous, Donati-continuous, single knot and locking stitch for skin closures (P=0.075). However, the Donati-continuous stitch closure resulted in higher pressures in tendency. Over-sewing increased median leakage pressure from 8.0 to 11.0 mbar (P=0.068) and from 4.0 to 13.0 mbar (P=0.042) for single knot and for locking stitch skin closures, respectively. Cross stitches for the fascia, continuous suturing technique for the subcutis and Donati-continuous stitch for the skin resulted in the most watertight closure within this experimental setting. If leakage occurs, over-sewing might relevantly improve the watertightness of the wound.
    Fait partie de: Journal of spine surgery (Hong Kong), September 2019, Vol.5(3), pp.358-364
    Identifiant: 2414-469X (ISSN); 31663047 Version (PMID); 10.21037/jss.2019.08.01 (DOI)