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So often, as we evaluate patients with patella instability, this is the phrase I hear from residents, fellows, and colleagues. There are numerous anatomic risk factors in play, often with several at once. Which are important? Which meet a threshold value to consider correction? Which combinations are most problematic? And how do the “experts” correct the anatomy? Decision making in this arena is critical - probably as much as technique.
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Ideal for orthopedists and those in the field of physical medicine and rehabilitation, Clinics in Sports Medicine offers the latest in patient management trends and updates on the newest advances in the field. Published four times a year—in January, April, July, and October—each issue focuses on a single topic in sports medicine, from spine, knee, head, and neck injuries, to trauma, imaging, and rehabilitation. Clinics in Sports Medicine has been edited by respected orthopedic surgeon, Mark D. Miller since 1999.