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Is anterior cruciate ligament surgery technique important in rehabilitation and activity scores?

Kilinc, Bekir Eray | Kara, Adnan | Celik, Haluk | Oc, Yunus | Camur, Savas

Article | 2016 | JOURNAL OF EXERCISE REHABILITATION12 ( 3 ) , pp.232 - 237

To compare the two different anterior cruciate ligament surgery techniques' effect in rehabilitation and activity performance. Fifty-five patients were evaluated. Twenty-seven patients with transtibial technique (TT), 28 with anatomic single-bundle technique (AT) included. Tegner Activity Scale (TAS) was performed at preoperation and follow-up. The returning time of the sport and work was evaluated at follow-up. Single-leg hop test was performed at follow-up. Outcomes were compared between the two groups. The determined length difference between the operated knee and the intact knee was compared between the two groups. Average age o . . .f TT and AT was 27.9 +/- 6.4 yr, 28.3 +/- 6 yr, respectively. There was a significant difference between the two groups in duration of returning to sport. 7 group had higher duration to return to sport (P< 0.01). No difference between the two groups in duration of returning to work (P> 0.05). There was a significant difference between the two groups. 7 group had significantly higher values than AT group (P 0.05). The increase of TAS in patients who had AT was higher than the patients who had TT (P> 0.05). No difference in single-leg hop test at 55%-65%, 65%-75%, and 85%-95% level (P> 0.05). In this test at 75%-85% TT group had higher values than AT group (P< 0.05), AT group had higher values at 95%-105% level ( Daha fazlası Daha az

Evaluation of the accuracy of Lachman and Anterior Drawer Tests with KT1000 in the follow-up of anterior cruciate ligament surgery

Kilinc, Bekir Eray | Kara, Adnan | Celik, Haluk | Oc, Yunus | Camur, Savas

Article | 2016 | JOURNAL OF EXERCISE REHABILITATION12 ( 4 ) , pp.363 - 367

Ligament laxity measurement is clinically valuable to diagnose the injury and also to compare the laxity before and after surgical procedure. The aim of the study was to compare the accuracy of the Lachman and Anterior Drawer Tests to evaluate the knee examination with the KT1000 arthrometer after the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) surgery in early follow-up period. Fourty ACL reconstructed knees were examined with the Lachman and Anterior Drawer Tests, and KT1000 arthrometer with compariable intact knee of the same patients. Physical emanination findings were compared with the KT1000 arthrometer with each power. Spearman correlat . . .ion and receiver operating characteristic (ROC) analysis were used for the evaluation of relations between parameters. Significance was evaluated in Daha fazlası Daha az

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