Author(s): Nahabedian MY, Mont MA, Hungerford DS
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Abstract This article outlines the indications and technique of selective denervation for chronic knee pain secondary to neuromata from prior surgery or trauma and describes the results obtained in a series of patients who underwent selective denervation for neuromatous knee. Of the 13 patients in this series, 3 (23\%) rated their outcome as excellent, 7 (54\%) rated the outcome as good, and 3 (23\%) rated the outcome as poor; no patient rated the outcome as worse. Several case reports are included to illustrate the procedure. This technique should be considered an option in select patients with neuromatous knee pain.
This article was published in Am J Knee Surg
and referenced in Journal of Sports Medicine & Doping Studies