Functional Anatomy of Lateral Retinacular Release Surgery for Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome: A Cadaver Case Study
Conference Title/Conference Publication
Annual Conference of the California Physical Therapy Association
California Physical Therapy Association
Santa Clara, CA
September 28, 2012-September 29, 2012
Date of Presentation
This functional anatomy demonstration involved surgical release of the lateral patellar retinaculum in a human cadaver model. There were negligible effects on sagittal and frontal patellar glides but substantially reduced lateral patellar tilt during tibiofemoral joint movements. This information will assist clinicians in rehabilitating patients following lateral retinacular release.
Erosa, N.; Leslie, D.; Marcello, M.; Schienbein, A.; Davenport, Todd E.; Phelan, Tamara L.; and Mansoor, Jim K., "Functional Anatomy of Lateral Retinacular Release Surgery for Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome: A Cadaver Case Study" (2012). School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Faculty Presentations. 21.
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