Hany Elrashidy, MD
Sports Medicine
Cartilage
Restoration
Knee Injury
Hip Injury
Shoulder Injury
PRP Injection
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Hany Elrashidy, MD
Dr. Elrashidy is an Orthopedic Surgeon with subspecialty training in Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy and Shoulder Surgery.
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Elrashidy, H, Carney J, Fithian et al (2015). Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction. In Wiesel’s Operative Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery. Lippincott Williams.

Stability of the patellofemoral joint (PFJ) is multifactorial as it depends on limb alignment, interaction of the surrounding muscles, the osseous architecture of the patella and the trochlea, and the integrity of the medial soft tissue constraints of which the medial patellofemoral ligament (MPFL) is the main component.

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El-Rashidy H, Villacis D, Kelikian A. Fresh osteochondral allograft for the treatment of cartilage defects of the talus. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2011; 9: 1634-1640

Osteochondral lesions of the talus were described as early as 1922, by Kappis1. These lesions can frequently lead to pain, functional limitations, and disability2-4, and management of symptomatic lesions remains a challenge. Patients typically complain of ankle pain, intermittent swelling, weakness, stiffness, and ankle instability.

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El-Rashidy H, Navarro R, Fithian D. Evolving treatment of patellofemoral instability. A review of the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery Database. Abstract accepted AAOS 2015.

The purpose of this study was to utilize data from the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS) database to investigate: (1) current treatment trends in patellofemoral instability vs past years (2) the variations in treatment based on regions in the United States and (3) procedures preferred by the surgeon based on fellowship training.

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Pocket Orthopedic Surgery – Shoulder Instability

The glenohumeral (GH) joint allows motion in multiple planes. Stability is conferred by both static stabilizers (glenoid concavity, labrum, capsule and ligamentous restraints) and dynamic (scapular and rotator cuff) stabilizers.

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Pocket Orthopedic Surgery – Elbow Bursitis and Tendonitis

A hinge joint comprised of the humerus, ulna and radius. The most proximal extent of the ulna ends as the bony olecranon process. Superficial to the olecranon is the olecranon bursa, a fluid-filled sac, which reduces friction between soft tissue layers.

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El-Rashidy H, Vora A. Chapter 194: Lisfranc Fracture-Dislocations. Miller: Essential Orthopedics. Elsevier. In press

The Lisfranc joint represents the junction between the midfoot and forefoot. Three metatarsal-cuneiform articulations (first, second, and third tarsometatarsal joints) and two metatarsalcuboid articulations (fourth and fifth tarsometatarsal joints) (Fig. 194-1). Proper alignment and stability of these joints are essential for normal foot function.

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