Anteromediale Versetzung der Tuberositas tibiae

  • J. P. Fulkerson

Zusammenfassung

Die anteromediale Versetzung der Tuberositas tibiae ist eine geeignete Methode die Ventralisierung des Patellarsehnenansatz mit einer Medialisie-rung derselben zu kombinieren. Die primäre knöcherne Einheilung erlaubt hierbei eine frühfunktionelle Rehabilitation bei deutlich verbesserten patel-lofemoralen Gleiteigenschaften. Zudem ist für die Tuberositasventralisie-rung bei dieser Methode keine Knochentransplantation erforderlich. Neben der bereits genannten Verbesserung der patellofemoralen Gleiteigenschaften im Sinne einer Rezentrierung kann durch die Operation eine Verminderung des Anpressdrucks im Gleitlager erreicht werden.

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