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The Fall Classic

      In Major League Baseball, the annual championship is known as the World Series, which is often referred to as a “Fall Classic” because the series is played during the autumn months. Last year's World Series was won by the Boston Red Sox. While the 2014 World Series, which we are eagerly anticipating, is scheduled for next month, we are titling our September issue of Arthroscopy the Fall Classic because we find the issue to be full of classic articles.
      How do we define classic? To us, a classic article has clinical relevance,
      • Lubowitz J.H.
      • Provencher M.T.
      • Poehling G.G.
      Smiles from coast to coast: A most clinically relevant issue of arthroscopy.
      • Lubowitz J.H.
      • Poehling G.G.
      Clinical relevance: Eight shoulders and a knee.
      by which we mean something we read may cause us to consider making a change in our real life clinical practice. Science occurs in baby steps, and sometimes the significance of a study is arcane, mysterious, hidden, and unpredictable. Some research seems important, only to turn out to be a false path, whereas some research seems insignificant at first, but has a great importance in the future.
      • Lubowitz J.H.
      • Provencher M.T.
      • Poehling G.G.
      Two steps forward, one step back.
      For this Fall Classic, we will start with an easy quiz:
      • A.
        How long have you been in training or practice?
      • B.
        Do you have a subspecialty?
      • C.
        Now, quickly, how many of the following arthroscopic and related techniques seem clinically relevant?
        • Lateral patellotibial ligament reconstruction for medial patellar instability
          • Sawyer G.A.
          • Cram T.
          • LaPrade R.F.
          Lateral patellotibial ligament reconstruction for medial patellar instability.
        • ORIF of distal clavicle fracture with supplementary button coracoclavicular fixation
          • Hanypsiak B.
          • Hanflik A.
          • Friedman D.J.
          ORIF of distal clavicle fracture with supplementary button coracoclavicular fixation.
        • Arthroscopic decompression of central acetabular impingement with notchplasty
          • Gupta A.
          • Redmond J.M.
          • Hammarstedt J.E.
          • Stake C.E.
          • Liu Y.
          • Domb B.G.
          Arthroscopic decompression of central acetabular impingement with notchplasty.
        • Transtendon, double-row, transosseous equivalent arthroscopic repair of partial-thickness, articular surface rotator cuff tears
          • Dilisio M.F.
          • Miller L.R.
          • Higgins L.D.
          Transtendon, double row, transosseous equivalent arthroscopic repair of partial-thickness, articular surface rotator cuff tears.
        • Novel arthroscopic inside-out repair technique for pasta lesions
          • Caldwell L.
          • Cooper A.R.
          • Elfar J.C.
          A novel arthroscopic inside-out repair technique for PASTA lesions.
        • Arthroscopic treatment of subscapularis calcific tendonitis
          • Fields L.K.
          • Muxlow C.J.
          • Caldwell P.E.
          Arthroscopic treatment of subscapularis calcific tendonitis.
        • ACL reconstruction with preservation of femoral ACL stump
          • Nag H.L.
          • Gupta H.
          Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with preservation of femoral ACL stump.
        • Anatomic graft passage in remnant-preserving posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction
          • Ahn J.H.
          • Lee S.H.
          Anatomic graft passage in remnantpreserving posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
        • Anatomic reconstruction of chronic coracoclavicular ligaments tears: Arthroscopic-assisted approach with non-rigid mechanical fixation and graft augmentation
          • Natera L.G.
          • Sarasquete J.
          • Abat F.
          Anatomic reconstruction of chronic coracoclavicular ligaments tears: Arthroscopic-assisted approach with non-rigid mechanical fixation and graft augmentation.
        • Medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction: A technique with a “V” shaped patella tunnel
          • Ahmad R.
          • Jayasekera N.
          • Schranz P.
          • Mandalia V.
          Medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction: A technique with a “V” shaped patella tunnel.
        • Arthroscopic anatomic reconstruction of the lateral ligaments of the ankle with gracilis autograft
          • Guillo S.
          • Archbold P.
          • Perera A.
          • Bauer T.
          • Sonnery-Cottet B.
          Arthroscopic anatomic reconstruction of the lateral ligaments of the ankle with gracilis autograft.
        • Capsulotomy first: A novel concept for hip arthroscopy
          • Thaunat M.
          • Murphy C.G.
          • Chatellard R.
          • et al.
          Capsulotomy first: A novel concept for hip arthroscopy.
      What we find to be cool in this Fall Classic, as the Northern Hemisphere grows cool this time of year, is that the 12 techniques from the quiz represent the 12 PubMed Central cited Arthroscopy Techniques articles with videos published in September!
      • Lubowitz J.H.
      • Provencher M.T.
      • Poehling G.G.
      Arthroscopy Techniques achieves PubMed Central citation, yet knee and shoulder outcome failures represent a challenge, and a presidential address prepares us for adversity.
      • Lubowitz J.H.
      • Provencher M.T.
      • Poehling G.G.
      Our new journal: Arthroscopy Techniques.
      • Lubowitz J.H.
      • Provencher M.T.
      • Poehling G.G.
      Arthroscopy Techniques: Aims and scope.
      • Lubowitz J.H.
      • Provencher M.T.
      • Poehling G.G.
      Award-winning research and a new journal.
      We have taken this quiz ourselves, because we wanted to judge the clinical relevance of Arthroscopy Techniques. And, even though your Editor-in-chief has narrowed his clinical practice to knee arthroscopy, and even though as a group, we rarely dabble in hip,
      • Lubowitz J.H.
      • Provencher M.T.
      • Rossi M.J.
      Of particular interest on knee anterior cruciate ligament and hip arthroscopy.
      we find many of these techniques clinically relevant and of significant interest personally.
      A goal of Arthroscopy Techniques is clinical relevance, and as we develop this relatively new venture, our primary focus is quality, peer-reviewed content. We urge readers to watch some of the videos at www.arthroscopytechniques.org. Video your own cases.
      • Lubowitz J.H.
      • Provencher M.T.
      • Poehling G.G.
      Let us go to the video: Part II.
      • Lubowitz J.H.
      • Poehling G.G.
      Let’s go to the video.
      Contribute as authors. Show us your classic or innovative techniques. Show us how you do it.
      Not sure how to video the “outside-view” during an arthroscopic procedure? Your Editor-in-Chief shares his number 1 pearl. Attach the high-definition video camera on your mobile phone to a steadicam for mobile phone (Google steadicam for mobile phone), and aim the operating room lights away from the surgical field. That's how we do it on a budget in Taos, New Mexico.
      • Wilson T.
      • Lubowitz J.H.
      Minimally invasive posterior hamstring harvest.

      Lubowitz JH, MacKay G, Gilmer B. Knee medial collateral ligament and posteromedial corner anatomic repair with internal bracing. Arthrosc Tech in press, available online 11 August, 2014. doi:10.1016/j.eats.2014.05.008.

      Moving on to the Green Journal that you are reading now,
      • Lubowitz J.H.
      • Provencher M.T.
      • Poehling G.G.
      Good things come in a green package.
      among the Fall Classics, defined above as relevant to real life clinical practice, are “hot topics” like rotator cuff single versus double row,
      • Mascarenhas R.
      • Chalmers P.N.
      • Sayegh E.T.
      • et al.
      Is double-row rotator cuff repair clinically superior to single-row rotator cuff repair: A systematic review of overlapping meta-analyses.
      two original scientific articles on ACL infection,
      • Windhamre H.B.
      • Mikkelsen C.
      • Forssblad M.
      • Willberg L.
      Postoperative septic arthritis after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: Does it affect the outcome? A retrospective controlled study.
      • Wang C.
      • Ao Y.
      • Fan X.
      • et al.
      C-reactive protein and erythrocyte sedimentation rate changes after arthroscopic anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: Guideline to diagnose and monitor postoperative infection.
      and original scientific articles on postoperative stiffness after arthroscopic versus open biceps tenodesis,
      • Werner B.C.
      • Pehlivan H.C.
      • Hart J.M.
      • et al.
      Increased incidence of postoperative stiffness after arthroscopic compared with open biceps tenodesis.
      knot impingement after rotator cuff repair,
      • Park Y.E.
      • Shon M.S.
      • Lim T.K.
      • Koh K.H.
      • Jung S.W.
      • Yoo J.C.
      Knot impingement after rotator cuff repair: Is it real?.
      ACL tibial tunnel placement accuracy comparing transtibial versus independent femoral techniques,
      • Keller T.
      • Tompkins M.
      • Economopoulos K.
      • et al.
      Tibial tunnel placement accuracy during anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: Independent femoral versus transtibial femoral tunnel drilling techniques.
      hip range of motion,
      • Martin H.D.
      • Hatem M.A.
      • Kivlan B.R.
      • Martin R.L.
      Function of the ligamentum teres in limiting hip rotation: A cadaveric study.
      and nonoperative treatment of Achilles tendon rupture with platelet-rich plasma.
      • Kaniki N.
      • Willits K.
      • Mohtadi N.
      • Fung V.
      • Bryant D.
      A retrospective comparative study with historical control to determine the effectiveness of platelet-rich plasma as part of nonoperative treatment of acute Achilles tendon rupture.
      This month, our strong opinion is that the Green Journal is indeed clinically relevant, which has always been the goal. We hope this content meets your needs.
      While we are sharing editorial pearls, we are pleased to share the top 20 Arthroscopy journal articles by number of citations in the last 5 years (as of July 8, 2014 on Scopus.com, Table 1). Researchers should especially note that these are what your editors consider to be today's evidence-based hot topics. It remains to be seen if today's hot topics become future Fall Classics.
      Table 1The 20 Top Cited Arthroscopy Articles Published Since 2009
      AuthorsSubjectCitations
      Larson, Giveans
      • Larson C.M.
      • Giveans M.R.
      Arthroscopic debridement versus refixation of the acetabular labrum associated with femoroacetabular impingement.
      Debridement v refixing acetab labrum w/FAI143
      Grasso, Milano, Salvatore, Falcone, Deriu, Fabbriciani
      • Grasso A.
      • Milano G.
      • Salvatore M.
      • Falcone G.
      • Deriu L.
      • Fabbriciani C.
      Single-row versus double-row arthroscopic rotator cuff repair: A prospective randomized clinical study.
      Single- v double-row RC repair90
      Lopez-Vidriero, Goulding, Simon, Sanchez, Johnson
      • Lopez-Vidriero E.
      • Goulding K.A.
      • Simon D.A.
      • Sanchez M.
      • Johnson D.H.
      The use of platelet-rich plasma in arthroscopy and sports medicine: Optimizing the healing environment.
      PRP in arthroscopy and sports medicine89
      Lubowitz
      • Lubowitz J.H.
      Anteromedial portal technique for the anterior cruciate ligament femoral socket: Pitfalls and solutions.
      AM portal ACL femoral socket89
      Oh, Kim, Ji, Jo, Bin, Gong
      • Oh J.H.
      • Kim S.H.
      • Ji H.M.
      • Jo K.H.
      • Bin S.W.
      • Gong H.S.
      Prognostic factors affecting anatomic outcome of rotator cuff repair and correlation with functional outcome.
      Anatomic outcome of RC repair86
      van Eck, Lesniak, Schreiber, Fu
      • van Eck C.F.
      • Lesniak B.P.
      • Schreiber V.M.
      • Fu F.H.
      Anatomic single- and double-bundle anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction flowchart.
      SB & DB ACL reconstruction81
      Kon, Mandelbaum, Buda, Filardo, Delcogliano, Timoncini, Fornasari, Giannini, Marcacci
      • Kon E.
      • Mandelbaum B.
      • Buda R.
      • et al.
      Platelet-rich plasma intra-articular injection versus hyaluronic acid viscosupplementation as treatments for cartilage pathology: From early degeneration to osteoarthritis.
      PRP v hyaluronic acid80
      Samuelsson, Andersson, Karlsson
      • Samuelsson K.
      • Andersson D.
      • Karlsson J.
      Treatment of anterior cruciate ligament injuries with special reference to graft type and surgical technique: An assessment of randomized controlled trials.
      ACL injuries, graft type80
      Bedi, Musahl, Steuber, Kendoff, Choi, Allen, Pearle, Altchek
      • Bedi A.
      • Musahl V.
      • Steuber V.
      • et al.
      Transtibial versus anteromedial portal reaming in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: An anatomic and biomechanical evaluation of surgical technique.
      TT v AM portal for ACL77
      Matsuda
      • Matsuda D.K.
      Acute iatrogenic dislocation following hip impingement arthroscopic surgery.
      Hip surgery & iatrogenic dislocation74
      Andersson, Samuelsson, Karlsson
      • Andersson D.
      • Samuelsson K.
      • Karlsson J.
      Treatment of anterior cruciate ligament injuries with special reference to surgical technique and rehabilitation: An assessment of randomized controlled trials.
      ACL injuries, technique & rehab67
      Byrd, Jones
      • Byrd J.W.T.
      • Jones K.S.
      Hip arthroscopy for labral pathology: Prospective analysis with 10-year follow-up.
      Hip arthroscopy for labral injury66
      Bedi, Raphael, Maderazo, Pavlov, Williams
      • Bedi A.
      • Raphael B.
      • Maderazo A.
      • Pavlov H.
      • Williams R.J.
      Transtibial versus anteromedial portal drilling for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: A cadaveric study of femoral tunnel length and obliquity.
      TT v AM portal for ACL65
      Botser, Smith, Nasser, Domb
      • Botser I.B.
      • Smith T.W.
      • Nasser R.
      • Domb B.G.
      Open surgical dislocation versus arthroscopy for femoroacetabular impingement: A comparison of clinical outcomes.
      Open v arthroscopic dislocation for FAI60
      Bedi, Altchek
      • Bedi A.
      • Altchek D.W.
      The “footprint” anterior cruciate ligament technique: An anatomic approach to anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
      “Footprint” ACL technique60
      Radice, Yánez, Gutiérrez, Rosales, Pinedo, Coda
      • Radice F.
      • Yánez R.
      • Gutiérrez V.
      • Rosales J.
      • Pinedo M.
      • Coda S.
      Comparison of magnetic resonance imaging findings in anterior cruciate ligament grafts with and without autologous platelet-derived growth factors.
      ACL and PDGF59
      Stärke, Kopf, Petersen, Becker
      • Stärke C.
      • Kopf S.
      • Petersen W.
      • Becker R.
      Meniscal repair.
      Meniscal repair59
      Philippon, Kuppersmith, Wolff, Briggs
      • Philippon M.J.
      • Kuppersmith D.A.
      • Wolff A.B.
      • Briggs K.K.
      Arthroscopic findings following traumatic hip dislocation in 14 professional athletes.
      Traumatic hip dislocation in athletes58
      Ho, Gardiner, Shah, Steiner
      • Ho J.Y.
      • Gardiner A.
      • Shah V.
      • Steiner M.E.
      Equal kinematics between central anatomic single-bundle and double-bundle anterior cruciate ligament reconstructions.
      Kinematics in SB & DB ACLR57
      Valentí Nin, Mora Gasque, Valentí Azcárate, Aquerreta Beola, Hernandez Gonzalez
      • Valentí Nin J.R.
      • Mora Gasque G.
      • Valentí Azcárate A.
      • Aquerreta Beola J.D.
      • Hernandez Gonzalez M.
      Has platelet-rich plasma any role in anterior cruciate ligament allograft healing?.
      PRP in ACL allograft healing57
      Note: Results of Scopus search on July 8, 2014.
      Finally, we appreciate that arthroscopic surgeons and related researchers are busy, and that readers devote valuable time to pondering the journal, and we nevertheless must once again ask, because we continuously seek feedback: Please correspond, and please let us know if we are meeting your needs, and how you think our journals can continue to improve. As always, we encourage all letters to the editor.
      • Lubowitz J.H.
      • Poehling G.G.
      Letters to the editor: The best arthroscopy research ever!.

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        Arthroscopic treatment of subscapularis calcific tendonitis.
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        Anatomic graft passage in remnantpreserving posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
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        • Provencher M.T.
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        Good things come in a green package.
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        Is double-row rotator cuff repair clinically superior to single-row rotator cuff repair: A systematic review of overlapping meta-analyses.
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        Arthroscopy. 2014; 30: 1100-1109
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        Increased incidence of postoperative stiffness after arthroscopic compared with open biceps tenodesis.
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        Arthroscopy. 2014; 30: 1055-1060
        • Keller T.
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        Tibial tunnel placement accuracy during anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: Independent femoral versus transtibial femoral tunnel drilling techniques.
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        • Martin H.D.
        • Hatem M.A.
        • Kivlan B.R.
        • Martin R.L.
        Function of the ligamentum teres in limiting hip rotation: A cadaveric study.
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        • Willits K.
        • Mohtadi N.
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        • Ji H.M.
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        Platelet-rich plasma intra-articular injection versus hyaluronic acid viscosupplementation as treatments for cartilage pathology: From early degeneration to osteoarthritis.
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        Transtibial versus anteromedial portal reaming in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: An anatomic and biomechanical evaluation of surgical technique.
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        Acute iatrogenic dislocation following hip impingement arthroscopic surgery.
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        • Karlsson J.
        Treatment of anterior cruciate ligament injuries with special reference to surgical technique and rehabilitation: An assessment of randomized controlled trials.
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        • Jones K.S.
        Hip arthroscopy for labral pathology: Prospective analysis with 10-year follow-up.
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        • Raphael B.
        • Maderazo A.
        • Pavlov H.
        • Williams R.J.
        Transtibial versus anteromedial portal drilling for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: A cadaveric study of femoral tunnel length and obliquity.
        Arthroscopy. 2010; 26: 342-350
        • Botser I.B.
        • Smith T.W.
        • Nasser R.
        • Domb B.G.
        Open surgical dislocation versus arthroscopy for femoroacetabular impingement: A comparison of clinical outcomes.
        Arthroscopy. 2011; 27: 270-278
        • Bedi A.
        • Altchek D.W.
        The “footprint” anterior cruciate ligament technique: An anatomic approach to anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
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        • Radice F.
        • Yánez R.
        • Gutiérrez V.
        • Rosales J.
        • Pinedo M.
        • Coda S.
        Comparison of magnetic resonance imaging findings in anterior cruciate ligament grafts with and without autologous platelet-derived growth factors.
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