Laterale und posterolateral-rotatorische Instabilität des Kniegelenks

  • R. P. Jakob
  • J. P. Warner

Zusammenfassung

Verletzungen der lateralen und posterolateralen Struktur des Kniegelenks sind selten und erhielten im Vergleich zu der ausgedehnten Literatur über Kniebandverletzungen relativ wenig Aufmerksamkeit (Abbot et al. 1941; Brantigan u. Voshell 1941; DeLee et al. 1983a, b; Galeazzi 1927; Galway 1972; Helfet 1974; Hughston 1962; Hughston et al. 1976a, b; Järvisen u. Kannas 1985; Larson 1975; MacIntosh 1974; MacIntosh u. Darby 1976; Marshall u. Rubin 1977; Nicholas 1978; O’Donoghue 1950, 1955; Palmer 1938; Slocum et al. 1973; Smillie 1959). O’Donoghue (1950, 1955) und Abbott et al. (1941), die zur Verbreitung des Wissens über Kniebandverletzungen große Beiträge geleistet haben, formulierten eine neue Sicht zugunsten einer aggressiven chirurgischen Behandlung dieser Verletzungen; in jeder klinischen Serie wird jedoch nur über einzelne Fälle lateraler Bandverletzungen berichtet. Insgesamt wurde diesen Verletzungen in der Klinik relativ wenig Bedeutung beigemessen (Baker et al. 1983; DeLee et al. 1983a, b; Hughston u. Jacobson 1985; Hughston u. Norwood 1980; Hughston et al. 1976b; Jobe 1980; Kannus 1989; Kennedy 1983; Kennedy u. Swan 1972; Naver u. Aalberg 1985; Nicholas 1978; Novich u. Newark 1960; Towne et al. 1971), und die Literatur zur funktionellen Anatomie und Pathomechanik der lateralen Kompartiments ist vergleichsweise bescheiden (Bruser 1960; Cohn u. Mains 1979; Fukubayashi et al. 1982; Fulkerson u. Gonling 1980; Gollehon et al. 1987; Gould et al. 1984; Grood et al. 1981, 1988; Jakob et al. 1981; Johnson 1979; Kaplan 1961; Marshall et al. 1972; Noyes et al. 1980, 1983; Terry et al. 1986; Wang u. Marshall 1977; Wang u. Walker 1973).

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