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Cruciverbalist Challenge for Arthroscopic and Related Surgeons

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      • 3.
        Along with other problems, this lifestyle habit can increase shoulder rotator cuff cell death.
        • Lundgreen K.
        • Lian Ø.B.
        • Scott A.
        • Nassab P.
        • Fearon A.
        • Engebretsen L.
        Rotator cuff tear degeneration and cell apoptosis in smokers versus nonsmokers.
      • 4.
        This knee ligament works to control rotation along with the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) (abbv).
        • Ruiz N.
        • Filippi G.J.
        • Gagnière B.
        • Bowen M.
        • Robert H.E.
        The comparative role of the anterior cruciate ligament and anterolateral structures in controlling passive internal rotation of the knee: A biomechanical study.
      • 5.
        This procedure decreases risk of conversion to knee replacement in patients with medial meniscus posterior root tears.
        • Chung K.S.
        • Ha J.K.
        • Yeom C.H.
        • et al.
        Comparison of clinical and radiologic results between partial meniscectomy and refixation of medial meniscus posterior root tears: A minimum 5-year follow-up.
      • 7.
        Improvement in this outcome measure is seen after shoulder biceps interference screw fixation versus soft-tissue tenodesis.
        • Hwang J.
        • Yang C.J.
        • Noh K.
        • et al.
        Which is better for arthroscopic tenodesis of the long head of the biceps: Soft tissue or bony interference fixation?.
      • 9.
        Hip arthroscopy in patients with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome should address both the labrum and the ____.
        • Larson C.M.
        • Stone R.M.
        • Grossi E.F.
        • Giveans M.R.
        • Cornelsen G.D.
        Ehlers-Danlos syndrome: Arthroscopic management for extreme soft-tissue hip instability.
      • 14.
        If a rotator interval portal is used during shoulder SLAP repair, the ____ nerve is at greater risk than with an anterosuperior portal.
        • Morgan R.T.
        • Henn III, R.F.
        • Paryavi E.
        • Dreese J.
        Injury to the suprascapular nerve during superior labrum anterior and posterior repair: Is a rotator interval portal safer than an anterosuperior portal?.
      • 16.
        Abnormality of this structure of the knee may predispose men to ACL injury.
        • Alentorn-Geli E.
        • Pelfort X.
        • Mingo F.
        • et al.
        An evaluation of the association between radiographic intercondylar notch narrowing and anterior cruciate ligament injury in men: The notch angle is a better parameter than notch width.
      • 17.
        This hamstring autograft factor does matter for outcomes after knee ACL reconstruction.
        • Mariscalco M.W.
        • Flanigan D.C.
        • Mitchell J.
        • et al.
        The influence of hamstring autograft size on patient-reported outcomes and risk of revision after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: A Multicenter Orthopaedic Outcomes Network (MOON) cohort study.
        • Spragg L.
        • Chen J.
        • Mirzayan R.
        • Love R.
        • Maletis G.
        The effect of autologous hamstring graft diameter on the likelihood for revision of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
      • 19.
        This material performs better biomechanically than suture.
        • Gnandt R.J.
        • Smith J.L.
        • Nguyen-Ta K.
        • McDonald L.
        • LeClere L.E.
        High-tensile strength tape versus high-tensile strength suture: A biomechanical study.
      • 20.
        On histologic assessment, soft-tissue tendon grafts show better ____ with suspensory fixation versus screw fixation.
        • Smith P.A.
        • Stannard J.P.
        • Pfeiffer F.M.
        • Kuroki K.
        • Bozynski C.C.
        • Cook J.L.
        Suspensory versus interference screw fixation for arthroscopic anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in a translational large-animal model.
      • 21.
        This type of triceps repair shows biomechanical superiority to transosseous cruciate repair.
        • Clark J.
        • Obopilwe E.
        • Rizzi A.
        • et al.
        Distal triceps knotless anatomic footprint repair is superior to transosseous cruciate repair: A biomechanical comparison.
      • 22.
        Knee ACL reconstruction with an all-inside technique results in less ____ than with a full tibial tunnel.
        • Lubowitz J.H.
        • Schwartzberg R.
        • Smith P.
        Randomized controlled trial comparing all-inside anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction technique with anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with a full tibial tunnel.
      • 23.
        Abbreviation of the nerve most at risk during hip arthroscopy portal placement.
        • Watson J.N.
        • Bohnenkamp F.
        • El-Bitar Y.
        • Moretti V.
        • Domb B.G.
        Variability in locations of hip neurovascular structures and their proximity to hip arthroscopic portals.
      • 1.
        This is the most common nerve injured in elbow arthroscopy.
        • Desai M.J.
        • Mithani S.K.
        • Lodha S.J.
        • Richard M.J.
        • Leversedge F.J.
        • Ruch D.S.
        Major peripheral nerve injuries after elbow arthroscopy.
      • 2.
        This imaging modality is associated with less pain with hip joint injections.
        • Byrd J.W.
        • Potts E.A.
        • Allison R.K.
        • Jones K.S.
        Ultrasound-guided hip injections: A comparative study with fluoroscopy-guided injections.
      • 6.
        Use of bone–patellar tendon–bone allograft in knee ACL reconstruction results in a higher chance of ____ when compared with bone–patellar tendon–bone autograft.
        • Steadman J.R.
        • Matheny L.M.
        • Hurst J.M.
        • Briggs K.K.
        Patient-centered outcomes and revision rate in patients undergoing ACL reconstruction using bone-patellar tendon-bone autograft compared with bone-patellar tendon-bone allograft: A matched case-control study.
      • 8.
        A hip capsular shift will decrease extension but only minimally affects ____ rotation.
        • Jackson T.J.
        • Peterson A.B.
        • Akeda M.
        • et al.
        Biomechanical effects of capsular shift in the treatment of hip microinstability.
      • 10.
        Early knee ACL reconstruction decreases the chance of ____ relative to late ACL reconstruction.
        • Sanders T.L.
        • Kremers H.M.
        • Bryan A.J.
        • et al.
        Is anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction effective in preventing secondary meniscal tears and osteoarthritis?.
      • 11.
        This surgeon-specific variable is a determinant of total hip conversion rate after hip arthroscopy.
        • Schairer W.W.
        • Nwachukwu B.U.
        • McCormick F.
        • Lyman S.
        • Mayman D.
        Use of hip arthroscopy and risk of conversion to total hip arthroplasty: A population-based analysis.
      • 12.
        Hip labral length is increased with this condition.
        • Garabekyan T.
        • Ashwell Z.
        • Chadayammuri V.
        • et al.
        Lateral acetabular coverage predicts the size of the hip labrum.
      • 13.
        Tissue ____ may be more important than time to surgery for knee ACL repair.
        • DiFelice G.S.
        • Villegas C.
        • Taylor S.
        Anterior cruciate ligament preservation: Early results of a novel arthroscopic technique for suture anchor primary anterior cruciate ligament repair.
      • 15.
        Arthroscopic shoulder biceps suprapectoral tenodesis has a higher rate of this complication relative to open subpectoral tenodesis.
        • Werner B.C.
        • Pehlivan H.C.
        • Hart J.M.
        • et al.
        Increased incidence of postoperative stiffness after arthroscopic compared with open biceps tenodesis.
      • 18.
        Adding this substance to irrigation fluid may improve visualization during shoulder arthroscopy.
        • Avery D.M.
        • Gibson B.W.
        • Carolan G.F.
        Surgeon-rated visualization in shoulder arthroscopy: A randomized blinded controlled trial comparing irrigation fluid with and without epinephrine.

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        • Pelfort X.
        • Mingo F.
        • et al.
        An evaluation of the association between radiographic intercondylar notch narrowing and anterior cruciate ligament injury in men: The notch angle is a better parameter than notch width.
        Arthroscopy. 2015; 31: 2004-2013
        • Avery D.M.
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        Surgeon-rated visualization in shoulder arthroscopy: A randomized blinded controlled trial comparing irrigation fluid with and without epinephrine.
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        • Byrd J.W.
        • Potts E.A.
        • Allison R.K.
        • Jones K.S.
        Ultrasound-guided hip injections: A comparative study with fluoroscopy-guided injections.
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        • Chung K.S.
        • Ha J.K.
        • Yeom C.H.
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        Comparison of clinical and radiologic results between partial meniscectomy and refixation of medial meniscus posterior root tears: A minimum 5-year follow-up.
        Arthroscopy. 2015; 31: 1941-1950
        • Clark J.
        • Obopilwe E.
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        Distal triceps knotless anatomic footprint repair is superior to transosseous cruciate repair: A biomechanical comparison.
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        • Desai M.J.
        • Mithani S.K.
        • Lodha S.J.
        • Richard M.J.
        • Leversedge F.J.
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        Major peripheral nerve injuries after elbow arthroscopy.
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        • Taylor S.
        Anterior cruciate ligament preservation: Early results of a novel arthroscopic technique for suture anchor primary anterior cruciate ligament repair.
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        Lateral acetabular coverage predicts the size of the hip labrum.
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        Which is better for arthroscopic tenodesis of the long head of the biceps: Soft tissue or bony interference fixation?.
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        • Giveans M.R.
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        Randomized controlled trial comparing all-inside anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction technique with anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with a full tibial tunnel.
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        The influence of hamstring autograft size on patient-reported outcomes and risk of revision after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: A Multicenter Orthopaedic Outcomes Network (MOON) cohort study.
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        Injury to the suprascapular nerve during superior labrum anterior and posterior repair: Is a rotator interval portal safer than an anterosuperior portal?.
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        • Filippi G.J.
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        The comparative role of the anterior cruciate ligament and anterolateral structures in controlling passive internal rotation of the knee: A biomechanical study.
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        • Sanders T.L.
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        • Bryan A.J.
        • et al.
        Is anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction effective in preventing secondary meniscal tears and osteoarthritis?.
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        • Schairer W.W.
        • Nwachukwu B.U.
        • McCormick F.
        • Lyman S.
        • Mayman D.
        Use of hip arthroscopy and risk of conversion to total hip arthroplasty: A population-based analysis.
        Arthroscopy. 2016; 32: 587-593
        • Smith P.A.
        • Stannard J.P.
        • Pfeiffer F.M.
        • Kuroki K.
        • Bozynski C.C.
        • Cook J.L.
        Suspensory versus interference screw fixation for arthroscopic anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in a translational large-animal model.
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        • Spragg L.
        • Chen J.
        • Mirzayan R.
        • Love R.
        • Maletis G.
        The effect of autologous hamstring graft diameter on the likelihood for revision of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
        Am J Sports Med. 2016; 44: 1475-1481
        • Steadman J.R.
        • Matheny L.M.
        • Hurst J.M.
        • Briggs K.K.
        Patient-centered outcomes and revision rate in patients undergoing ACL reconstruction using bone-patellar tendon-bone autograft compared with bone-patellar tendon-bone allograft: A matched case-control study.
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        • Watson J.N.
        • Bohnenkamp F.
        • El-Bitar Y.
        • Moretti V.
        • Domb B.G.
        Variability in locations of hip neurovascular structures and their proximity to hip arthroscopic portals.
        Arthroscopy. 2014; 30: 462-467
        • Werner B.C.
        • Pehlivan H.C.
        • Hart J.M.
        • et al.
        Increased incidence of postoperative stiffness after arthroscopic compared with open biceps tenodesis.
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