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POSTOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT Assuming secure two-screw fixation of the transferred bone pedicle (as described), patients are started on immediate, once-daily active and passive range-of-motion exercises of the knee but are maintained in a knee immobilizer for 4 weeks on crutches. Continuous passive motion has not been necessary except in unusual circumstances, such as concomitant release of arttaofibrosis. Cryotherapy is helpful in the immediate postoperative period. ftec surgery (Fig. 3-21) and maintained for 3 to 4 days.
Most patients can be discharged the day of smgery as long as they are mobile, swelling and pain are controlled, and there is no evidence of fever, calf tenderness, or any complication. Most patients need only a light dressing and knee immobilizer (4 weeks) over the wound as long as they are competent and appropriately cautious on crutches. The immobilizer should be taken off once each day to permit knee flexion. After 4 weeks, the patient may switch to a Tru-pull brace. Eighty-nine to ninety percent of patients have an objectively good or excellent result (4).
FICURE 2-UI The femoral end of the EndoButton is wrapped around the K-wire and graft tension is assessed as the knee is ranged. The femoral tunnel position may be modified if necessary. 0-mm cannulated drill bit to the appropriate depth, based on the remaining length of the graft. 0-mm bioabsorbable interference screw. FIGURE 2-17 Subcuticular wound closure allows for excellent cosmesis. TIRI 1•1. S1rglal 1Hp1 far MPPL RIHnslrucll• • • • • • • • Exam under anesthesia Arthroscopic evaluation Hamstring graft harvest MPFL exposure Patellar tunnel preparation Hamstring graft p~paration Graft passage and EndoButton fixation • • • • • • Soft tissue tunnel passage FernoralbJnnel preparation FernoralbJnnel graft passage Graft tensioning Femoral interfe~nce screw fixation Wound closure 2 Medial Patellofernoralligarnent Reconstruction and Repair Pearls and Pitfalls • An incision over the midportion of the MPFL allows exposure of both the medial border of the patella and the medial femoral epicondyle.