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Endoscopic Repair of Proximal Hamstring Avulsion

by American Hip Institute | 3 years ago

The surgical site is washed with arthroscopy fluid. The sciatic nerve is identified and protected. A bleeding bed of bone is created, and anchors are placed. All sutures are shuttled through the hamstring tendon using a technique that allows for very thick bites of the tendon to provide ample

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