Recurrent dislocation of the patella in kabuki make-up syndrome.

TitleRecurrent dislocation of the patella in kabuki make-up syndrome.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsRouffiange L, Dusabe J-P, Docquier P-L
JournalCase Rep Orthop
Volume2012
Pagination501453
Date Published2012
ISSN2090-6757
Abstract

Two patients with Kabuki make-up syndrome with bilateral recurrent dislocation of the patella are presented. They had generalized ligamentous laxity and patellofemoral dysplasia. Both developed patellar dislocation in adolescence and required surgery, with medial transfer of the tibial tuberosity associated with vastus medialis plasty (Insall technique). One postoperative complication occurred in one case: a nondisplaced tibia fracture at the sixth postoperative week that healed with conservative means. Final results were good in both cases. Good surgical results can be achieved in patellar dislocation in patients with Kabuki syndrome.

DOI10.1155/2012/501453
Alternate JournalCase Rep Orthop
Citation Key1218
PubMed ID23320229

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