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Management of the Structurally Intact ACL with Residual Instability

Chapter by: Golant, Alexander; Geswell, Matthew; Nicholas, Stephen J
in: Revision Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction : A Case-Based Approach by Alaia, Michael J; Jones, Kristofer J [Eds]
Cham : Springer International Publishing AG, 2022
pp. 63-76
ISBN: 9783030969967
CID: 5363732

Superior capsule reconstruction : review of a novel operative technique for management of irreparable rotator cuff tears

Chapter by: Golant, Alexander; Kano, D; Quach, T; Jiang, K; Rosen, J
in: Advances in shoulder surgery by Sonar S [Ed]
London : IntechOpen, 2018
pp. -
ISBN: 9781789230178
CID: 5363792

Brachial Artery Tear Occurring Concurrently with A Distal Biceps Injury

Gonzalez, Gerardo; Dayal, Rajeev; Andy, Lee; Golant, Alexander
ISSN: 2167-1222
CID: 5363682

Potential consequences to repeat concussions

Classie, J; Golant, Alexander
ISSN: 1529-6350
CID: 5363642

Strong hamstrings may prevent injury

Golant, Alexander; Jiang, K
ISSN: 1529-6350
CID: 5363652

Ankle injuries in snowboarding

Golant, Alexander
ISSN: 1529-6350
CID: 5363662

Shoulder injuries in volleyball players

Golant, Alexander
ISSN: 1529-6350
CID: 5363672

Wrestling injuries

Golant, Alexander
ISSN: n/a
CID: 5363702

Medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction with a looped semitendinosus tendon, using knotless anchor fixation on the patella and hybrid fixation on the femur

Golant, Alexander; Quach, Tony; Rosen, Jeffrey E
Medial patellofemoral ligament (MPFL) reconstruction is a reliable surgical method for stabilizing a dislocating patella, with multiple techniques previously described. Although outcomes are generally favorable, the procedure is technically demanding and relies on precise identification of native MPFL insertion sites, secure fixation of the graft to these sites, and appropriate graft tension. We describe a technique for MPFL reconstruction with a looped semitendinosus tendon. The 2 free limbs of the graft are secured into blind-end patellar sockets with knotless anchors, and the looped end is initially secured into a medial femoral socket with a button on the opposite (lateral) cortex. Use of an adjustable-loop button allows for gradual adjustment of graft tension, as well as re-tensioning after cycling of the knee, before final aperture fixation on the femur with an interference screw.
PMID: 24904762
ISSN: 2212-6287
CID: 5363592

A Fantastic Voyage [Editorial]

Murray, Kevin R.; Golant, Alexander; Mallo, Gregory C.; Waterman, Brian R.
ISSN: 0749-8063
CID: 5297782