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1. Joint capsule attachment to the coronoid process of the ulna: an anatomic study with implications regarding the type 1 fractures of the coronoid process of the O'Driscoll classification. (PubMed)

Joint capsule attachment to the coronoid process of the ulna: an anatomic study with implications regarding the type 1 fractures of the coronoid process of the O'Driscoll classification. The attachment of the anterior joint capsule on the ulnar coronoid process is not yet completely understood. The purpose of this study was to clarify the anatomic relationship between the anterior capsule of the elbow joint and the tip of the coronoid process.Seventeen embalmed elbows were used (...) for this anatomic study. The anterior capsule of the elbow joint was reflected, and the attachment of the capsule on the coronoid process was exposed. The attachment of the joint capsule on the coronoid process was macroscopically and histologically observed, its relationship to the coronoid tip was assessed, and the length of the attachment of the joint capsule was measured.The length of the capsule attachment at the radial side of the coronoid (11.9 mm) was greater than that at the ulnar side (6.1 mm

2016 Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery

2. Arthroscopic Osteosynthesis for the Treatment of Coronoid Process Fractures: A Case Series (PubMed)

Arthroscopic Osteosynthesis for the Treatment of Coronoid Process Fractures: A Case Series The treatment strategy and surgical indication for coronoid process fractures are not clear. Many methods of surgery have been described. We report on the use of arthroscopic osteosynthesis for this type of fracture. This method is minimally invasive and effective for confirming the reduction, and it is advantageous for postoperative pain and early recovery after surgery.

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2018 Case reports in orthopedics

3. A comparative study on the validity and reliability of anterior, medial, and posterior approaches for internal fixation in the repair of fractures of the coronoid process of the ulna (PubMed)

A comparative study on the validity and reliability of anterior, medial, and posterior approaches for internal fixation in the repair of fractures of the coronoid process of the ulna The coracoid process plays an important role in maintaining the stability of the elbow joint. A fracture of the coronoid process is often treated via surgical approaches, including open reduction and internal fixation, which aim to regain a stable, flexible, and loadable joint. In this study, we compared (...) the anterior, medial, and posterior approaches of internal fixation in the repair of fractures of the coronoid process of the ulna.In this retrospective study, 147 patients with fractures in the coronoid process of the ulna were recruited and classified into the anterior group (n = 73), the medial group (n = 32), and the posterior group (n = 42) according to the surgical approach used for internal fixation. These patients were assessed with respect to incision, operative time, estimated blood loss

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2018 European Journal Of Medical Research

4. Anteromedial fractures of the ulnar coronoid process: correlation between surgical outcomes and radiographic findings. (PubMed)

Anteromedial fractures of the ulnar coronoid process: correlation between surgical outcomes and radiographic findings. This study aimed to report the radiographic findings and surgical outcomes of anteromedial facet (AMF) fracture of the ulnar coronoid process and to suggest an optimal approach.In this retrospective study, 20 consecutive patients with unilateral AMF fracture of coronoid process were surgically treated and divided into two groups without (group A) and with (group B) additional (...) proximal ulnar fractures in equal case number. Time from injury to surgery averaged 4.38 ± 2.56 weeks. Mayo Elbow Performance Score (MEPS) and Shortened Disability of the Arm and Shoulder and Hand (quickDASH) score were used for functional evaluation. Cohen kappa coefficient (kappa) analysis was used to determine interobserver reliability on a radiographic reading.All cases had a mean follow-up of 2.3 years. MEPS at 2 years averaged 87.75 ± 12.51; quickDASH, 7.05 ± 6.19. A significantly higher MEPS

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2018 BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

5. Plate fixation through an anterior approach for coronoid process fractures: A retrospective case series and a literature review. (PubMed)

Plate fixation through an anterior approach for coronoid process fractures: A retrospective case series and a literature review. Coronoid process fractures of the ulna are difficult to treat, and are associated with stiffness, recurrent instability, and pain. Hence, treatment of coronoid process fractures are challenging for surgeons. The purpose of this study was to report the clinical outcomes of an anterior surgical approach associated with plate fixation for Regan and Morrey type II or type (...) III fractures of the coronoid process.We evaluated 16 consecutive patients who underwent surgical treatment for fracture of the coronoid process of the ulna from March 2012 to July 2016. Ten patients had a type II fracture, and 6 patients had a type III fracture. All patients underwent surgical treatment for coronoid process fracture through an anterior approach. While preserving the neurovascular structure, all fractures were treated with buttress plate fixation, maintaining the gap between

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2018 Medicine

6. Arthroscopic fixation of coronoid process fractures through coronoid tunnelling and capsular plication (PubMed)

Arthroscopic fixation of coronoid process fractures through coronoid tunnelling and capsular plication the purpose of this study is to describe a new arthroscopic technique for reduction and fixation of coronoid process fractures (CPFs) and report clinical and functional results in 4 patients after a 24-month follow-up.four patients underwent arthroscopic reduction and fixation of isolated CPFs (acute or non-unions, type I or type II according to the Regan-Morrey classification) performed using (...) a new technique based on coronoid tunnelling and capsular plication. The patients were evaluated 6, 12 and 24 months after surgery, using the Disability of the Arm, Shoulder and Hand scale (DASH), the Mayo Elbow Performance Index (MEPI), and a visual analog scale (VAS); elbow range of motion (ROM) and joint stability were also evaluated and the rate of complications was reported.all 4 patients completed the follow-up. At 6, 12 and 24 months, respectively, they recorded mean DASH scores of 22, 14

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2016 Joints

7. A figure-eight suture loop with Kirschner wires for fixation of anteromedial coronoid process fractures: A case series (PubMed)

A figure-eight suture loop with Kirschner wires for fixation of anteromedial coronoid process fractures: A case series Sufficient fixation of an anterior or anteromedial facet fracture of the coronoid process in fracture-dislocation of elbow is important to maintain joint stability. The purpose of this study was to report our experience with 11 patients who were managed with an original fixation technique using a "figure-eight" suture loop.From February 2010 to March 2011, 11 cases (...) with a fracture of the anterior or anteromedial facet of the coronoid process were treated by coronoid fixation using a figure-eight suture loop. For cases with comminuted fractures, to prevent a suture from sliding into the fracture line, a 3- or 4-hole phalanx plate was enclosed in the suture loop to compress multiple fragments. Accompanying injuries, such as a radial head fracture or olecranon fracture, were fixed with repair of lateral collateral ligament injuries.On final evaluations at an average of 18

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2017 International journal of surgery case reports

8. The shape match of the olecranon tip for reconstruction of the coronoid process: influence of side and osteotomy angle. (PubMed)

The shape match of the olecranon tip for reconstruction of the coronoid process: influence of side and osteotomy angle. The integrity of the coronoid process is critical to maintaining elbow stability. Unreconstructible fractures and chronic coronoid deficiency are challenging clinical problems with no clear solution. The purposes of this study were to investigate the shape match of the ipsilateral and contralateral olecranon tips as graft options and to determine the influence of the osteotomy (...) ipsilateral grafts showed an average mismatch of 1.8 mm (standard deviation, 1.38 mm), whereas the contralateral grafts had a significantly lower (P < .001) mean mismatch of 1.3 mm (standard deviation, 0.95 mm). The 50° osteotomy plane showed the best shape match in comparison with the native coronoid-in both the ipsilateral and contralateral grafts. Evaluation of the intraclass correlation coefficient was calculated at r = 0.944, showing high repeatability of the measurements.The contralateral olecranon

2019 Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery

9. Isolated Non-Traumatic Bilateral Coronoid Process Fracture of the Mandible (PubMed)

Isolated Non-Traumatic Bilateral Coronoid Process Fracture of the Mandible Isolated bilateral fractures of the coronoid processes of the mandible occurred in this patient without any significant trauma. The definite etiology of this case is unknown, but possible causes or contributing factors may include acute reflex contraction of the patient's temporalis muscles leading to bilateral stress fractures, coronoid process hyperplasia, or the patient's long-term use of omeprazole. The planned

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2016 Cureus

10. Concomitant injury of the annular ligament in fractures of the coronoid process and the supinator crest. (PubMed)

Concomitant injury of the annular ligament in fractures of the coronoid process and the supinator crest. Fractures of the coronoid process or the supinator crest, as well as arthroscopic resection of osteophytes around the coronoid process, can endanger the attachment of the annular ligament (AL) to the proximal ulna. The purpose of this study was to investigate the corresponding insertional areas of the AL within this context.In 30 embalmed human cadaveric elbow specimens, the insertional area (...) of the anterior insertion in relation to the depth of the coronoid process was 44% ± 11% (range, 30%-69%). The distance of the posterior insertion area to the level of the sigmoid notch measured from 3.5 ± 1.5 mm (range, 0.5-6.5 mm) to 17.7 ± 2.9 mm (range, 13.1-25.4 mm).Coronoid fractures involving 44% or more of the coronoid process and anterolaterally oriented fractures where one-third of the anterolateral facet is affected are accompanied by a complete anterior bony disruption of the AL. Arthroscopic

2016 Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery

11. Coronoid Process Fracture

Coronoid Process Fracture Coronoid Process Fracture Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Coronoid Process Fracture Coronoid (...) Process Fracture Aka: Coronoid Process Fracture From Related Chapters II. Definition Proximal ulna at the coronoid process III. Physiology Coronoid process is the anterior projection of the olecranon that prevents posterior displacement of the elbow IV. Epidemiology Rare that accompanies 10-15% of s V. Imaging Best seen on lateral view VI. Evaluation Arm neurovascular assessment Radial pulse at elbow at 90 degrees flexion VII. Management management Orthopedic in most cases with persistent instability

2018 FP Notebook

12. Stress Fracture and Nonunion of Coronoid Process in a Gymnast (PubMed)

Stress Fracture and Nonunion of Coronoid Process in a Gymnast Background. Gymnasts have high mechanical loading forces of up to 14 times body weight. Overuse lesions are typical in wrists and stress fractures in the olecranon, while isolated fractures of the coronoid process are uncommon. We present a case of retraumatized nonunion stress fracture of the ulnar coronoid process. Case Description. A 19-year-old gymnast presented with elbow pain after training. Imaging confirmed an old fracture (...) of the coronoid process. We describe a 6-month multiphase return to competition rehabilitation program, which allowed him to compete pain-freely. Literature Review. Acute and overuse injuries in gymnasts are known but no nonunion of the coronoid process has been described before. Only one case of stress fracture of coronoid process in a gymnast was reported. Purpose and Clinical Relevance. We could successfully and conservatively return to sport a reactivated nonunion of a stress fracture of the coronoid

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2016 Case reports in orthopedics

13. Quantitative measurements of facets on the ulnar coronoid process from reformatted CT images (PubMed)

and lateral facet were 80.34°±7.71° and 98.78°±5.71° respectively. The average gradient angles of the medial and lateral facet ridge were 60.02°±8.78° and 36.97°±4.99° respectively. The length of the lateral facet ridge was longer than the medial facet ridge.Reformatted CT images allow for multiple, accurate measurements of facets on the ulnar coronoid process. These measurements can be applied to guiding appropriate surgical interventions for fractures in this area. (...) Quantitative measurements of facets on the ulnar coronoid process from reformatted CT images To quantify the size and angle of the medial and lateral facets of the ulnar coronoid process by reformatted computed tomography (CT) imaging.Elbow CT images were retrospectively selected from the picture archiving and communication system in our hospital over a 5-year period (January 2011 to December 2015). The widths, heights, gradient and tilt angles of both the medial and lateral facet of the ulnar

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2018 Quantitative imaging in medicine and surgery

14. No neurovascular damage after creation of an accessory anteromedial portal for arthroscopic reduction and fixation of coronoid fractures. (PubMed)

No neurovascular damage after creation of an accessory anteromedial portal for arthroscopic reduction and fixation of coronoid fractures. Arthroscopic reduction and internal fixation for coronoid process fractures has been proposed to overcome limitations of open approaches. Currently, arthroscopy is most frequently used to assist insertion of a retrograde guide wire for a retrograde cannulated screw. The present anatomical study presents an innovative arthroscopic technique to introduce (...) an antegrade guide wire from an accessory anteromedial portal and evaluates its safety and reproducibility.Six fresh-frozen cadaver specimens were obtained and prepared to mimic an arthroscopic setting. The coronoid process was localized and a 0.9 mm Kirschner wire was introduced from an accessory anteromedial portal, located 2 cm proximal to the standard anteromedial portal. At the end of the procedure, a lateral radiograph was taken to verify the Kirschner wire position and open dissection was conducted

2018 Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy

15. What Injury Mechanism and Patterns of Ligament Status Are Associated With Isolated Coronoid, Isolated Radial Head, and Combined Fractures? (PubMed)

involved the anteromedial facet of the coronoid (17 of 17; 100%). However, combined coronoid and radial head fractures often involved the tip (13 of 15; 87%).Isolated coronoid fractures mostly involved the anteromedial facet of the coronoid process associated with lateral ulnar collateral ligament rupture and medial bone bruising. However, isolated radial head fractures were associated with medial collateral ligament rupture and lateral bone bruising. Combined coronoid and radial head fractures mostly (...) What Injury Mechanism and Patterns of Ligament Status Are Associated With Isolated Coronoid, Isolated Radial Head, and Combined Fractures? Isolated coronoid, isolated radial head, and combined coronoid and radial head fractures are common elbow fractures, and specific ligamentous injury of each fracture configuration has been reported. However, the osseous injury mechanism related to ligament status remains unclear.The objectives of this study were: (1) to determine what ligamentous injury

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2017 Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research

16. Arthroscopic reduction and fixation of coronoid fractures with an exchange rod—a new technique (PubMed)

Arthroscopic reduction and fixation of coronoid fractures with an exchange rod—a new technique The ulnar coronoid process plays a central role in maintaining elbow stability. Some of its fractures were often combined with injury of bone and ligament. Arthroscopy enables perfect visualization to allow anatomical repair.From January 2012 to December 2013, six patients (four males, two females) with a mean age of 26.6 years were treated. The left and right ulnas were involved in two and four (...) of the coronoid process of the ulna.Intra- and postoperative X-ray examination showed that the fractures were satisfactorily fixed and that the screw and fracture line were vertical to each other. Follow-ups showed that the fractures had healed well, and the average elbow extension was -2° while the average flexion was 140°. No problems related to pronation or supination, elbow instability, or complications of blood vessels or nerves were reported. The elbows showed excellent results according to the Mayo

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2017 Journal of orthopaedic surgery and research

17. Use of osteochondral bone graft in coronoid fractures. (PubMed)

Use of osteochondral bone graft in coronoid fractures. Results of the treatment of the deficient coronoid and chronic elbow instability have not been reported. The purpose of this study was to analyze the results of structural bone graft for reconstruction of the coronoid process. Structural bone graft was used to reconstruct the coronoid process of 6 patients. All injuries were of the terrible triad: fracture of the coronoid, radial head fracture, and collateral ligament disruption. All cases (...) excellent, 2 good, 1 fair, and 2 poor results. Structural bone graft may be a useful option for a deficient coronoid process and an unstable elbow, but the outcome is unpredictable.

2017 Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery

18. Pathological fracture of the coronoid process secondary to medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaw (MRONJ) (PubMed)

Pathological fracture of the coronoid process secondary to medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaw (MRONJ) Medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaw (MRONJ) is a growing problem within the field of oral and maxillofacial surgery. It is defined as the presence of exposed necrotic alveolar bone that does not resolve over a period of 8 weeks in a patient taking bisphosphonates, who has not had radiotherapy to the jaw [1]. Since the first report in 2003 that highlighted the potential harm

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2015 International journal of surgery case reports

19. Osteology of the coronoid process with clinical correlation to coronoid fractures in terrible triad injuries. (PubMed)

Osteology of the coronoid process with clinical correlation to coronoid fractures in terrible triad injuries. Terrible triad complex elbow fracture-dislocations are represented by elbow dislocations associated with fractures of the coronoid and radial head. Published literature has focused on classifying coronoid fractures by their radiographic morphology on plain x-ray images and computed tomography imaging. No study has specifically related native coronoid osteology to in situ fracture (...) repair.Classification of native coronoid process anatomy into functional ridges (medial, intermediate, lateral) may improve our understanding of coronoid fracture patterns in unstable terrible triad injuries.Basic Science, Anatomic Study, Cadaver and In Vivo.Copyright © 2013 Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery Board of Trustees. Published by Mosby, Inc. All rights reserved.

2013 Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery

20. Midterm Results of 58 Fractures of the Coronoid Process of the Ulna and their Concomitant Injuries (PubMed)

Midterm Results of 58 Fractures of the Coronoid Process of the Ulna and their Concomitant Injuries In general, fractures of the coronoid process are rare and usually occur in combination with additional elbow joint injuries. The treatment of these injuries aims to regain a stable as well as a flexible and loadable joint. Although there is currently little evidence, therapy recommendations remain controversial. Therefore, the aim of this study was to prognostically determine relevant factors (...) for therapy recommendation by analysing a representative patient population of two trans-regional trauma centres.Seventy-seven patients with a fracture of the coronoid process were treated within an 8-year period (2001 to 2009). After an average of 48 months (SD 31), treatment outcome of 58 patients (75%) was acquired. The results were statistically analysed.The average age of the patient was 51.8 years (SD 13.6); 36 were male and 34 had a fracture on the right arm. Applying the fracture types

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2013 The open orthopaedics journal

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