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      Matjazˆ Veselko

      Matjazˆ Veselko

      Department of Traumatology, University Medical Center, Ljubljana, Slovenia | †Department of Traumatology, University Clinical Centre Ljubljana, Slovenia | Department of ...

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      Matjazˆ Veselko:Expert Impact

      Concepts for whichMatjazˆ Veselkohas direct influence:Cannulated screw,Avulsion fracture,Quadriceps tendon,Volleyball players,Internal fixation,Patellar pole,Cyclops syndrome,Arthroscopic reduction.

      Matjazˆ Veselko:KOL impact

      Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Matjazˆ Veselko has influence:Cruciate ligament,Mpfl reconstruction,Avulsion fractures,Tibial eminence,Internal fixation,Cyclops lesions,Volleyball players.

      KOL Resume for Matjazˆ Veselko

      Year
      2014

      Department of Traumatology, University Medical Center, Ljubljana, Slovenia

      2013

      Department of Traumatology, University Medical Centre Ljubljana, Zaloška 7, 1000, Ljubljana, Slovenia

      2010

      Department of Traumatology, University Medical Centre Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia

      2008

      Medical Center, Department of Traumatology, Zaloška 2, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia

      2006

      Department of Traumatology, Medical Centre Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

      2005

      Department of Traumatology, University Medical Centre Ljubljana, Zaloska 7, SI-1525 Ljubljana, Slovenia.

      2003

      From the Department of Traumatology, University Medical Center, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

      2001

      Department of Traumatology, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia

      2000

      Department of Traumatology, University Medical Centre Ljubljana (M.V., M.T.); and the Institute for Pathology, Medical Faculty, University of Ljubljana (A.R.), Ljubljana, Slovenia

      1998

      Department of Traumatology, University Medical Centre Ljubljana, Zaloška 7, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia

      1996

      University Medical Center Ljubljana, Zaloška 2, 1000, Ljubljana, Slovenia

      1994

      University Medical Centre, Department of Traumatology, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

      Sample of concepts for which Matjazˆ Veselko is among the top experts in the world.
      Concept World rank
      patellar ligament repair #2
      pclwe report #2
      arthroscopic approach manipulation #2
      loosened medial retinaculum #2
      pcl cannulated screw #2
      washer simple technique #2
      fixation anterograde #2
      joints internal humans #2
      patella absorbable implants #2
      painlimited weightbearing cases #2
      impingement pedunculated #2
      fracture temporary immobilization #2
      tibial eminence fixation #2
      isometricity isometric #2
      arthroscopic fixation fracture #2
      tibia cannulated screw #2
      articular syndrome vasculitis #2
      isometric orientations #2
      isometricity isometric pattern #2
      audible clunk #2
      eminence treated #2
      fixation osteochondral fracture #2
      patella ridge type #2
      anterior cruiciate #2
      washer joints #2
      isometric pattern graft #2
      isometricity acl #2
      painlimited weightbearing #2
      patellar ridge method #2
      arthroscopic placement removal #2
      cruiciate ligament #2
      arthroscopically reduction #2
      fracture arthrotomy #2
      cannulated screws type #2
      acl modeled #2
      1990 and1997 #2
      isometric orientations pattern #2
      patella absorbable #2
      washer additional #2
      method arthroscopic reduction #2
      graft acl fibers #2
      acl graft biomechanics #2
      method 14yearold patient #2
      cruiciate #2
      preserving patellar #2
      maintained preserving #2
      plate fourteen #2
      arthroscopically fixation #2
      washer stable fixation #2
      pclwe report case #2

      Prominent publications by Matjazˆ Veselko

      KOL-Index: 13460

      PURPOSE: Fractures of the tibial eminence can be treated arthroscopically. Fixation of the fracture is usually followed by temporary immobilization. The literature suggests that only anterograde fixation with cannulated screws and washer is considered stable enough to allow for immediate mobilization and weight bearing. The goal of this study was to evaluate the 5-year results of arthroscopic reductions and anterograde fixations of the tibial eminence fracture with cannulated ...

      Known for Tibial Eminence | Cannulated Screw | Arthroscopic Fixation | Avulsion Fractures | Weight Bearing
      KOL-Index: 12355

      Avulsion of the tibial insertion of the anterior cruiciate ligament can be managed by arthroscopic reduction and fixation. Anterograde and retrograde fixation with screws has been reported. Anterograde fixation using cannulated screws is technically less demanding and allows for stable fixation even with thin fragments. Additional use of a washer affords safe fixation of comminuted avulsion fractures. Removal of the screw and washer is mandatory but sometimes problematic. A simple and ...

      Known for Cannulated Screw | Avulsion Fracture | Anterior Cruciate | Washer Fixation | Internal Humans
      KOL-Index: 10852

      BACKGROUND: The ideal treatment for avulsion fractures of the inferior pole of the patella has not yet been identified. The options include (1) internal fixation of the pole fragment and (2) resection of the avulsed fragment and repair of the patellar ligament to the patella. We are not aware of any previous study in which the results of internal fixation have been compared with those of pole resection. The purpose of the present study was to compare the long-term results of internal ...

      Known for Patellar Pole | Internal Fixation | Avulsion Fracture | Basket Plate | Patients Patella
      KOL-Index: 10120

      BACKGROUND: We describe the preliminary clinical results of a new operative technique for MPFL reconstruction using a strip of quadriceps tendon (QT).

      METHODS:

      PATIENTS: 17 patients (7 male, 10 female; mean age 21.5 years ± 3.9) have been operated on with this technique. All patients were evaluated clinically, radiologically and with subjective questionnaires (Tegner-, Lysholm-, Kujala Score) pre-operatively and post-operatively at 6 and 12 months (m).

      SURGICAL TECHNIQUE: A 10 to 12 mm ...

      Known for Quadriceps Tendon | Mpfl Reconstruction | Term Clinical | Surgical Technique | Kujala Score
      KOL-Index: 9902

      CONTEXT: Volleyball players are reported to have shoulder strength imbalances. Previous authors have primarily investigated small samples of male players at a single skill level, without considering playing position, and with inconsistent findings.

      OBJECTIVE: To evaluate shoulder strength asymmetry and a history of shoulder injury in a large sample of professional volleyball players of both sexes across different playing positions and skill levels.

      DESIGN: Descriptive laboratory ...

      Known for Volleyball Players | Strength Asymmetry | Shoulder Injury | Male Muscle | Isokinetic Dynamometer
      KOL-Index: 9146

      Avulsion fracture of the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) is a rare condition, and arthroscopically assisted reattachment of the surgical fixation of the fragment is not always an easy task. Only a few reports describe techniques for arthroscopic fixation of avulsion of the PCL.We report on a case treated arthroscopically with reduction and antegrade fixation of an avulsion fracture of the tibial attachment of the PCL with a cannulated screw and washer through an additional ...

      Known for Avulsion Fracture | Posterior Cruciate Ligament | Arthroscopic Reduction | Cannulated Screw | Tibial Attachment
      KOL-Index: 6748

      Cyclops syndrome is one of the specific causes of loss of extension of the knee following anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction. The syndrome is manifested by progressive loss of extension associated with pain and audible clunk at terminal extension caused by a pedunculated nodule of fibrovascular proliferative tissue usually arising from the graft. The entity has been described recently and has been reported exclusively as a complication of ACL reconstructions. We report the ...

      Known for Cyclops Syndrome | Anterior Cruciate | Partial Rupture | Surgical Reconstruction | Ligament Injuries
      KOL-Index: 6604

      Cyclops syndrome has been defined as a loss of knee extension due to impingement of a pedunculated proliferative tissue mass after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. We describe four patients who were operated on for progressive loss of knee extension after minor knee injury. During the arthroscopic procedure, the consistent finding was a fibrous pedunculated nodule adhering to the anterolateral aspect of the original anterior cruciate ligament, obstructing extension by ...

      Known for Knee Extension | Cruciate Ligament | Progressive Loss | Cyclops Syndrome | Surgical Reconstruction
      KOL-Index: 6148

      Reconstruction of the medial patellofemoral ligament (MPFL) for the treatment of patellar instability has received increased attention over the past few years. Most operative techniques use hamstring grafts fixed with bone tunnels and/or anchors on the patella. Despite good clinical results using these techniques, complications such as implant breakage, patellar fractures through bone tunnels, and loss of knee motion have occurred. We present a minimally invasive technique for MPFL ...

      Known for Quadriceps Tendon | Patellofemoral Ligament | Mpfl Reconstruction | Children Adults | Bone Tunnels
      KOL-Index: 5201

      PurposeTo obtain in vivo data about intra- and extra-articular knee temperatures to assess the effectiveness of two cryotherapeutic methods—conventional cooling with gel-packs and computer controlled cryotherapy following anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstructive surgery.MethodsTwenty patients were arbitrarily assigned for cryotherapy after ACL reconstruction: 8 patients with frozen gel-packs and 12 patients with computer controlled cryotherapy with constant temperatures of the ...

      Known for Knee Temperatures | Acl Reconstruction | Cruciate Ligament | Cryotherapy Anterior | Body Temperature
      KOL-Index: 4888

      BACKGROUND: The ideal treatment for avulsion fractures of the inferior pole of the patella has not yet been identified. The options include (1) internal fixation of the pole fragment and (2) resection of the avulsed fragment and repair of the patellar ligament to the patella. We are not aware of any previous study in which the results of internal fixation have been compared with those of pole resection. The purpose of the present study was to compare the long-term results of internal ...

      Known for Internal Fixation | Basket Plate | Inferior Patellar Pole | Operative Treatment | Groups Patients

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      Department of Traumatology, University Medical Center, Ljubljana, Slovenia | †Department of Traumatology, University Clinical Centre Ljubljana, Slovenia | Department of Traumatology, University Medical Centre Ljubljana, Zaloška 7, 1000, Ljubljana, Sl

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