Month: January 2017

Denervation of the Periosteal Origin of the Adductor Muscles in Conjunction with Adductor Fasciotomy in the Surgical Treatment of Refractory Groin Pull

Abstract Background: The purpose of this study was to determine whether resection of the nerve that innervates the origin of the adductor muscle group in addition to an adductor fasciotomy will decrease pain and improve function in patients with a chronic “groin pull.” Methods: The authors conducted a retrospective multicenter chart review of 12 patients …

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A Review of Current Evidence in the Surgical Treatment of Migraine Headaches

Migraines affect 18% of women and 6% of men and result in an estimated $1 billion in medical costs and $16 billion productivity loss in the United States annually. Migraine headaches persist as a problem of this scale because pharmacologic treatments for migraines are frequently incompletely effective, resulting in a population of patients with significant …

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