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Patellofemoral arthroplasty (PFA) is used to treat isolated patellofemoral arthritis, but little is known about post-PFA activity levels and functional outcome scores.
We reviewed 48 consecutive cases (39 patients) of PFAs performed between 2009 and 2014. Three validated patient-reported outcome measures (Kujala score, Lysholm score, International Knee Documentation Committee score) were used to evaluate knee function before and after surgery.
The Cincinnati Business Courier has named its 2017 Forty Under 40 class. This annual awards program honors young professionals in Greater Cincinnati who are making big strides in their careers while also making a difference in our community.
This year's honorees come from a diverse swath of industries and organizations – from nonprofits and health care to startups and breweries.
Figuring out which type of exercise you enjoy goes a long way towards getting in the recommended 30 minutes of activity a day. In addition to the fun factor, age, personal goals and availability of equipment are all considerations when choosing a workout.
Cincy Magazine–May 2017
Article includes comments from Brian Grawe, MD, assistant professor of orthopaedic surgery and UC Health physician
For kids, summer means no school and more free time and a lot more activity. From summer camps to summer sports leagues, kids are constantly running around. But with this heightened amount of activity it only heightens the chance of injury https://issuu.com/cincyflip/docs/sportsmedicine2017
Cartilage Regeneration in Full-Thickness Patellar Chondral Defects Treated with Particulated Juvenile Articular Allograft Cartilage: An MRI Analysis.
Background Full-thickness cartilage lesions of the patella represent a common source of pain and dysfunction. Previously reported surgical treatment options include marrow stimulation, cell-based treatments, and osteochondral transfer. Minced juvenile allograft cartilage is a novel treatment option that allows for a single stage approach for these lesions.