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Plain radiographic examination was carried out for the diagnosis of LPI in the tangential patellar view as described by Merchant et al. Another angle in the evaluation of the patellar malalignment and lateral instability is the congruence angle. In the study by Fithian et al. A variety of surgical techniques have been reported for the treatment of recurrent LPI. Two main basic techniques were used, one is medial soft-tissue realignment and the second is distal bony realignment of the tibial-tubercle. Medial Blind date in ismailia realignment includes a standard lateral retinacular release LRR as well as Blind date in ismailia of the medial structures as medial reefing of the medial soft tissues, medial release with lateral and distal advancement of the vastus medialis insertion, medial soft-tissue flap, and medial Blind date in ismailia reconstruction Kinky sex date in kara balta[22][23][24].

LRR relieves the excessive retinacular strain and restores a laterally tilted patella to the normal alignment. In addition, it has the advantage of minimal morbidity and fast recovery, but many surgeons believed that it is an insufficient procedure for the treatment of chronic dislocation or subluxation of the patella [25]. The indications for LRR vary excessively, although it is one of the most commonly used surgical procedures in the USA [21]. In the study by Clifton et al. Blind date in ismailia another study by Schock and Burks [27]LRR was not indicated in patients who had insufficient Blind date in ismailia groove restraint, inadequate medial retinacular tissue, patellar tendon length abnormalities, and limb alignment torsional abnormalities.

Dandy and Desai [28] concluded that arthroscopic lateral release is the procedure of choice for patients suffering from recurrent complete dislocation of the patella with exclusion of patients with abnormal ligamentous laxity or subluxation on extension. Open surgical techniques used initially were miniopen and percutaneous techniques [29] and were followed by arthroscopic techniques using thermal devices [30]. More recently, arthroscopic bipolar radiofrequency has been used for lateral release [31]. Many anatomical and biomechanical studies had shown that the primary ligamentous restraint to lateral patellar displacement is the MPFL [12][21].

Reconstruction of the MPFL is indicated for patellar instability that occurs in extension or slight flexion, and many techniques for reconstruction had been described. In addition, MPFL attachment is of clinical importance for reconstruction as the fibers spread out in the region of the epicondyle and the adductor tubercle [5]. Multiple studies evaluate the femoral insertion of the MPFL that depends on anatomic, biomechanical, and radiological findings to avoid the complications of increased patellofemoral pressure that is associated with nonanatomic fixation of the graft [2][32][33]. In a detailed anatomic study, Baldwin [34] showed that the adductor tubercle provides attachment of the adductor magnus tendon and that the medial epicondyle provides attachment for the Medial collateral ligament MCLwhereas the insertion of the MPFL is found in a groove between these two landmarks.

The aim of this study was to evaluate the results of combined arthroscopic lateral release of the patella and MPFL reconstruction for the treatment of recurrent LPI and the hypothesis that it is an effective and safe technique in improving patellofemoral function by relieving pain and for patellar stability. Patients with recurrent LPI that resulted from minor indirect trauma or during daily activities confirmed by means of history, physical examination, and radiographic examinations and patients with lateral subluxation with knee cap shifts to the side or patients with a history of two or more episodes of lateral dislocation were included in the study.

In addition, patients with PH were also included in the study and diagnosed when the patella easily moved from side to side and subluxed out of the groove to the point of near dislocation. Exclusion criteria for this operation were as follows: In addition, patients with LPI due to marked genu valgus and severe tibial torsion were excluded from the study. Subsequently, with the knee in flexion, the vastus medialis was divided by means of 5 cm blunt dissection aligned with its muscle fibers with retraction of the patella and removal of osteophytes. Both the anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments, along with the menisci, were excised.

A distal femoral cut that controls the extension gap and the valgus angle of the femoral component was made.

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Thereafter, the alignment and flexion and extension gaps were checked before trial insertion was applied. After application of trial prosthesis, we checked the limb alignment, the stability of the joint in both flexion and extension, the range of motion, the patellar Blind date in ismailia, and the fitness of the prosthesis. Patellar resurfacing with removal of osteophytes and trimming of the facets was carried out. The tourniquet was released before closure and hemostasis Blind date in ismailia carried out, and then suction Blind date in ismailia was inserted in all cases.

Antibiotic prophylaxis was carried out pre-operatively, followed by administration Blind date in ismailia antibiotics every 8 h for 3 days. Antithrombolytic prophylaxis was carried out for 10 days postoperatively. Postoperative DVT pump was applied and the patient was encouraged to perform static quadriceps and hamstringing exercises postoperatively. Flexion and extension exercises were performed, both active and assisted, as Blind date in ismailia as possible as the pain became tolerable and patients began walking with the help of a walker by the fourth postoperative day and with the help of cane after 2 weeks. The drain was removed after 48 h and the patient was discharged, and clinical follow-up was carried out.

The last knee score at 1 year follow-up was used in data analysis. The scoring system combines a relatively objective knee score that is based on the clinical parameters and a functional score based on how patients perceive their knee function in relation to specific activities [13][14]. The maximum knee clinical score is points and the maximum functional score is also points. The knee clinical score evaluates pain, range of motion, and stability in the mediolateral and anteroposterior plane. It also offers deductions for flexion contractures, extension lag, and malalignment [Table 1]. Table 1 The knee society clinical score The knee functional score considers only walking distance and stair climbing with deduction for walking aids.

The maximum score is obtained if the patient can walk unlimited distance and go up and down stairs normally [Table 2]. Table 2 Knee functional score Click here to view Scores of points were considered excellent results, were considered good results, were considered fair results, and scores less than 60 were considered poor results. Radiological evaluation was carried out based on the knee society score KSSand the radiographs were evaluated for the alignment of the knee and the femoral and tibial component positions. The position of the joint line was determined in AP films by calculating the distance between the tip of the fibular head and the distal margin of the lateral femoral condyle at 1 year postoperatively, and any radiolucent lines around the implant were recorded [15].

Results All patients were systematically followed up for 1 year and evaluated on the basis of the knee society scoring system. There was statistically highly significant improvement in the KSS, from a preoperative mean score of As regards functional assessment score, there was also statistically highly significant difference with improvement, from a mean preoperative knee function score KFS of 35 to a mean postoperative KFS of No periprosthetic loosening or radiolucent line around either component was found. Finally, 12 patients showed excellent results according to the knee society clinical and functional score and two patients showed good results.